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Monday, November 5, 2018

Dissecting the Bloodthirsty Bliss of Death Metal - Scientific American

The appeal of this marginal musical form, which clearly seems bent on assaulting the senses and violating even the lowest standards of taste, is mystifying to non-fans—which is one reason music psychologist William Forde Thompson was drawn to it. Thompson and his colleagues have published three papers about death metal and its fans this year, and several more are in the works.

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Once the Beatles broke up, and the gifted chap in the Beach Boys descended into madness, there surely was no point bothering with pop music.

Better to listen to jazz of the 20s and 30s, plus the classical masters.

Posted by: dearieme | Nov 5, 2018 4:42:26 PM

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