5 cosas que me molestan de las bandas de heavy metal



Ahora es el turno de las bandas las que llevan el peso de mis listas. La he reducido a 5 cosas que hacen algunas bandas y a las que creo que deben prestar más atención para preservar su integridad dentro del conjunto de la escena del Heavy Metal.

Perdonad la vehemencia en algunas partes, pero algunas cosas simplemente había que decirlas. Disfrutad y dejadnos saber vuestras opiniones en los comentarios de abajo.

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Objetivo de la cámara: Sony 18-135mm
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Trípode: Manfrotto Compact Action Trípode de aluminio de 5 secciones
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Zapata fría: Placa de reubicación del adaptador SMALLRIG
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Portátil: ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14
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Tarjeta SD: SanDisk 128GB Extreme microSDXC UHS
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Tarjeta SD: SanDisk Extreme Pro SDXC UHS-I 128GB
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4 respuestas a «5 cosas que me molestan de las bandas de heavy metal»

  1. Some follow up questions:
    1. does the dislike of bands wearing matching outfits/uniforms extend to black metal? The current trend of black metal bands wearing hoods/robes that I saw some internet commenter label 'hood-core' has started to feel distinctly overdone BUT it is an effective tool a band can use to present a strong, memorable image AND help to create the right atmosphere for their live performances. And it also serves the purpose of making the listener/attendee focus on the music, not on the personalities of those performing it. Which is one of the core tenants of black metal, if I remember correctly

    2. On the subject of musicians not following their own genre: There seems to be individuals who seem almost proud of being ignorant of what their peers are doing. The objective seems to be to portray oneself as better than others, as though other musicians not being worthy of your attention. I recently read an interview on Bardo Methodology with a member of Black Witchery who displayed such behaviour, if I interpreted their words correctly. Others claim to spend all their time flat out ignoring metal, as if not listening to the genre somehow makes your art more worthy or of a higher purity. Again, this behaviour seems mostly limited to black metal, but I have seem band members at the more extreme end of death metal act like this.

    Comments on these observations are welcome

  2. AHHHH, the black skull t-shirt 😀 With vinyl pants with zippers, haha.

    I personally don't like wearing t-shirts on stage for the simple reason that I know it conditions very much the opinion to label that bands… for example, I love: let's say Ozzy, Acid, whatever (to put a big and small example) and no way I'm influenced by them. So I prefer people to listen and make their own ideas.
    In my case I choose to make my own clothes / armors / outfits to match and complete my idea of my music.

    Besides that: 100% agree.

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