Is Metal Radical? A Conversation with Metal Philosopher David Burke
Is metal (heavy, black, death, etc.) radical? is there something about metal that sets it apart from other genres as being potentially revolutionary? More broadly, can there exist an aesthetics capable of instigating a struggle against capital which resists recuperation? David Burke is a PhD candidate and music writer who has contributed to The Quietus and Astral Noize. We also discuss existentialism, revolution, death, Deleuze and Guattari, Hegel, Camus, Sartre, de Beauvoir, Zizek, and more.
“Metal is Radical”: https://hcommons.org/deposits/item/hc:32413/
[Quarantine Papers] Lines of Flight from Hyperborea: A Commentary on Hunter Hunt-Hendrix’s Transcendental Black Metal: A Vision of Apocalyptic Humanism: https://happyhourathippels.wordpress.com/2020/03/29/lines-of-flight-from-hyperborea-a-commentary-on-hunter-hunt-hendrixs-transcendental-black-metal-a-vision-of-apocalyptic-humanism/
Hyperstition Arrays: Antagonism, Class, and the Real Movement: https://hyperstitionarrays.com/2020/11/15/antagonism-class-and-the-real-movement/
Outro music: https://eenik.bandcamp.com/
Intro music: https://sereptie.bandcamp.com/
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