The Sounds of Metal: A Proposal for the Interpretation of Extreme Metal as Music

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Abstrakt

In Part One, it is suggested that sounds that are heard as music – rather than just as sounds simpliciter – are sounds that are heard counterfactually. Counterfactual hearing is the apprehension of sounds as if they were something else, something that in itself is not a sequence of sounds. In Part Two, I propose that this framework allows for at least a theoretical distinction between the way in which extreme metal – e.g. black metal, doom metal, funeral doom metal, death metal – relates to its sound as music and the way in which much other music may be conceived of as being constituted by sound.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelModern Heavy Metal: Markets, Practices and Cultures : International Academic Research Conference, June 8–12, 2015, Helsinki, Finland PROCEEDINGS
RedaktørerToni-Matti Karjalainen, Kimi Kärki
Vol/bind4
Udgivelses stedHelsinki
ForlagAalto University
Publikationsdato2015
Sider374-382
ISBN (Trykt)978-952-60-6217-4 (Printed), 978-951-29-6174-0 (PDF), 1797-318X (Printed)
ISBN (Elektronisk)1797-318X
StatusUdgivet - 2015
BegivenhedHeavy Metal: Markets, Practices and Cultures - Aalto University (School of Business), Helsinki, Finland
Varighed: 8. jun. 201512. jun. 2015

Konference

KonferenceHeavy Metal: Markets, Practices and Cultures
LokationAalto University (School of Business)
LandFinland
ByHelsinki
Periode08/06/201512/06/2015
NavnCrossover
Nummer4/2015

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Grund, C. M. (2015). The Sounds of Metal: A Proposal for the Interpretation of Extreme Metal as Music. I T-M. Karjalainen, & K. Kärki (red.), Modern Heavy Metal: Markets, Practices and Cultures: International Academic Research Conference, June 8–12, 2015, Helsinki, Finland PROCEEDINGS (Bind 4, s. 374-382). Aalto University. Crossover, Nr. 4/2015