Sind sie!tobi flintstone hat geschrieben:Die Bands sollten stolz darauf sein, auf dieser Liste zu stehen.
So lange sie es dann anders nennen, ist alles gut, wie wir schon so oft festgestellt hatten. ^^tobi flintstone hat geschrieben:Es ist nichts verwerfliches, sich von der etablierten Metal-Szene und ihren Szeneorganen abzugrenzen.
Das ist ein natürlicher Prozess und nicht wirklich anders ...
=> http://decibelmagazine.com/blog/2016/6/16/9mzcuve2lxufa4wjsmziaqxz2f7ckl...a lone member snuck in through the back way and in a show of courage unmatched by modern standards this brave warrior anonymously set off the pepper spray and then, like a mighty ninja, disappeared back into the night, probably feeling like Batman except without any of the actual danger of, you know, facing people you’re fighting. Bravo, I’m sure you have changed many hearts and minds to your side of thinking by such bold action.
The timing of this is incredibly poor, not that such schemes ever have a good “use by” date, but considering that a massacre in Orlando occurred just a few days earlier, one cannot but see this as incredibly fucking tasteless. It adds another level of irony since Antifa are so strongly pro-LGBT rights that one can’t help but see this as a ridiculous shitstain of a metaphor. To punish a crowd of people instead of going after the one person whom they feel is a confirmed enemy is irresponsible at best and ignorant as hell at it’s worst. The Taake show was attended by people from many diverse backgrounds and lifestyles, this wasn’t a white power rally.
=> http://decibelmagazine.com/blog/2016/6/ ... jw-problemIn recent months, however, a number of members of the scene, often described as Social Justice Warriors (or SJWs), have infiltrated extreme music to push self-serving agendas under the banner of “inclusion” and “safety” going so far to call out those they oppose with the use of incessant signal boosting in social media in order to slam the door on free artistic expression. Many of these folks fall into the “scene tourist” category, merely moving from scene to scene with the stated goal of increasing diversity—yet are closely appended to a myriad of politicking activities. The ultimate goal for many of these individuals is to cleanse the scene of the aspects they find objectionable, congratulate themselves and move on… with a maybe a promotion or three towards their blogs, zines, books, politics and events.
This, of course, harkens the metal community back to the days of Tipper Gore and the PMRC, whose goal it was to make music “safer” for the masses, when the reality was that the PMRC was really involved in furthering their own political agendas and careers outside of art. A key difference this time around is that instead of using the excuse that the music is “filthy” (yes, the actual term the PMRC used), they argue that the music contains barriers to a variety of “vulnerable” people. Those who have been in the extreme music scene (short of NSBM and the like) for the past number of decades know much of the criticism of extreme music being “closed off” to particular groups of people is simply neither an accurate nor fair representation.
=> http://decibelmagazine.com/blog/2016/6/24/guest-commentary-social-justice-warriors-arent-a-problem-in-metal-but-assholes-are-1All that is happening is those men who, for many pre-internet years, existed in an echo chamber of “godDAMN you are transgressive and good!” are now hearing “how is this transgressive when it’s been the dominant ideology of the state for hundreds of years” and it’s hurting their feelings. And, like the fabled social justice warriors of yore, they are going online to cry about it.
Death In June shirts and Burzum covers strike you as free speech on par with Martin Luther’s Ninety-five theses. OK. But, see and here’s the thing, you can do all those things and what will happen, more than likely THE ONLY THING THAT WILL HAPPEN, is that many, many people, mostly without power to protect themselves let alone do harm to your person, will call you a fucking moron. And they will be empirically correct. That’s not about safe or unsafe spaces or triggering or inclusion or any of the buzzwords Podoshen threw out there in his basic defense of assholery, it’s about finding out, as all adults eventually must, that you are not the only person who matters. A casual perusal of Immortal lyrics will tell you, it’s a bitter world. You push and you’ll get pushed back. Maybe you won’t get to play in Portland. But you’re not disenfranchised. You’re not put upon. You’re not even mildly inconvenienced.
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