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Is metal just an outlet for anger ?

Discussion in 'The Philosopher' started by Bruticus, Oct 19, 2018.

  1. FEZZILLA

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    I have no power to save anyone, not even myself. Only Jesus can save souls.
     
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    If I had it all over to do again, and I wanted to start a career in music, I think I would see what I could do to improve alternative music. Perhaps fuse heavy alternative with lighter alternative and make improvements on the melodic approach and overall sound and style in general. Metal music has proven over and over again that it died for a very VERY good reason! Its too hateful. It turns fans into mindless zombies for the leftist agenda. It makes fans dumb. It doesn't even have a sound worth buying anymore. Its neither melodic nor does it have rhythm. It sucks just as much as punk rock as always sucked. Metal has joined the ranks of Polka but Polka will probably survive longer than metal will.
     
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    You sound like a total pussy, so you would have fit in with the alt. metal faggots perfectly.
     
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    you sound like how mick mars "created" motley crue's "distinctive sound" by "trying to sound better" than the "music-on-the-radio" that was popular at the time motley crue was formed
    only difference was that mick mars was actually a making-music-musician
    and you're just a pretentious douche-bag
     
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    ^ He'll have trouble arguing against that point and he'll put you on ignore which will beat you senseless.
     
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    I can write better songs than anyone here. Though News Flash: Metal music no longer sells. This means finding the kind of talent I need is impossible here in the United States. When you have decades of untalented acts ruling the scene it drives talent so far underground that to recover that lost talent it will take the U.S. 30 years or more of classical music training with all music professors being drafted from places like Scandinavia, Italy, and the Netherlands.

    And your jab at me is counter-productive. It was the Christian Church that established music and vocal theory. As our country becomes more secular, the soul of the musician becomes more dull and lifeless. We see this happening even in Europe where our musical knowledge came from.

    I've warned about this for years and nobody listened. No metal music sucks and can't sell to anyone. Now from a musician's point of view, why should we play for two beers a night? How can we build a career off of two beers a night? The cost of living costs way more than two beers a night. But that is the average pay out for today's lousy metal bands who cannot even draw in an audience of 1 on a Saturday night in the summer!

    And when no American metal musicians understand the need to change and improve the standards without losing the cool factor metal has always been know for, then you have a ghost town of musicians to work with. That is the situation I have run into so I stopped working on music altogether. I won't write anymore. I'm just done. I turn down band offers all the time. I'm just done. I can't work with people who are stuck on stupid.
     
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    There he goes again, equating everything with "what sells" lmao. Pathetic cunt.
     
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    Let's hear some of this great music you've given up on.
    Come on we might be a forum dedicated to spreading the word of the good book and convincing people the world isn't flat but we promise we'll let you go off topic and talk about music just once.
     
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    Terasophe A Sunday Morning Killing Spree

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    Mr.Fabio motherfucker over here thinkin he's too cool for the rock n' roll school.
     
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    so you're saying that theoretically
    you could go out to some other country and find musicians that could make music that's way-the-fuck-better than american-made-trash??
    that's fucking hilarious
     
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    Yes. That's exactly what I'm saying. I'm not stuck in any decade. I know a lot about fusion. That's all I'm gonna say on the matter.
     
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    so says the bible-thumper
    music existed before the birth of Moses you dumb-ass
     
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    You liar! Nothing existed before the good book tells us it did.

    Still waiting to hear this great music that the legendary performer every band doesn't know they need has written.
    I'm sure he could make some excuse that he didn't see the request because he has me on ignore, but we all know a guy that far up himself couldn't put anyone on ignore for more than a few minutes in case he missed himself being talked about.
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    @HadesRagnazrath @Terasophe
    in response to this thread's title...
    yes
    yes, metal is just an outlet for anger, but is that really a bad thing??
    using music as an outlet for anger is way-the-fuck-better than becoming a mass-shooter
     
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    Of course, but that doesn't mean it's the only purpose of metal. Metal is many things. As I said on page 1, some of us don't need an outlet for any emotions.
     
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    Ah, who said it didn't??
     
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    that's how hollywood makes money
    "this movie made a shit-ton-of money, so we need to make sequels"
     

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