Melancology [electronic resource] : black metal theory and ecology / edited by Scott Wilson.
- ISBN: 9781780991900
- ISBN: 1780991908
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (323 p.)
- Publisher: Lanham : John Hunt Publishing, 2014.
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|Formatted Contents Note:||
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Catena; Introduction to Melancology; Corpsepaint as Necro-Minstrelsy, or Towards the Re-Occultation of Black Blood; Black Sun; Blackening the Green; WormSign; Shuddering: Black Metal on the Edge of the Earth; Black Metal In the White Tower: Metal's Formless Presence in Contemporary Art; In the Abyss of Lies: A Short Essay on Failure in Black Metal; To the Mountains: The Implications of Black Metal's Geophilosophy; The Hot, Wet Breath of Extinction; Sound of the Abyss; Irreversible Sludge: Troubled Energetics, Eco-purification, and Self-Inhumanization; Musca Amusica; Black Metal Theory; Discography
Melancology addresses Black Metal as a form of environmental writing and provides a provocative contribution to debates on ecology.
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|Subject:||Black metal (Music) > History and criticism.
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