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Black Metal, White Supremacy, and Fraught Masculinity

  • Author(s): Van Doorne, Taylor
  • et al.

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https://doi.org/10.5070/R52056636Creative Commons 'BY' version 4.0 license
Abstract

In a political momentwhen extreme right ideology seems to proliferateinpockets of the United States and Europe, it is timely to consider how an underground subculture like black metal could be susceptible for appropriation by white supremacists. Jillian Fischer’s article in this issue of react/review examines the ethnoracial symbolism ofNational Socialist black metal (NSBM) vis-à-vis early black metal and Nazi propaganda. However, her iconographical and lyric analysis should also be considered within the broader constellation of identity that undergirds these identitarian-based politics

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