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New book series in Metal Music and Culture

Emerald Studies in Metal Music and Culture Series editors – Rosemary Hill and Keith Kahn-Harris

We are delighted to announce the first scholarly book series on heavy metal: Emerald Studies in Metal Music and Culture publishes monographs, edited collections and research books about metal and its associated subgenres within the humanities and social sciences. Continue reading New book series in Metal Music and Culture

ISMMS 2017 Boundaries and Ties: The Place of Metal Music in Communities Deadline Extended to 31st December!

ISMMS 2017 Boundaries and Ties: The Place of Metal Music in Communities Deadline Extended to 31st December!

Boundaries and Ties: The Place of Metal Music in Communities
The Biennial International Society for Metal Music Studies Conference at the University of Victoria
(Previously held at Bowling Green in 2013, and Helsinki in 2015)
June 9-11, 2017
Metal Studies at the University of Victoria and ISMMS are pleased to announce the following Call for Papers:

Continue reading ISMMS 2017 Boundaries and Ties: The Place of Metal Music in Communities Deadline Extended to 31st December!

CfP deadline in less than two weeks for ISMMS 2017: Boundaries and Ties: The Place of Metal Music in Communities

CfP deadline is in less than two weeks for ISMMS 2017: Boundaries and Ties: The Place of Metal Music in Communities. See the call below:

Boundaries and Ties: The Place of Metal Music in Communities
The Biennial International Society for Metal Music Studies Conference at the University of Victoria
(Previously held at Bowling Green in 2013, and Helsinki in 2015)
June 9-11, 2017
Metal Studies at the University of Victoria and ISMMS are pleased to announce the following Call for Papers: Continue reading CfP deadline in less than two weeks for ISMMS 2017: Boundaries and Ties: The Place of Metal Music in Communities

ISMMS Membership open!

We are delighted to announce that ISMMS official membership is now open! Memberships are yearly and you will get online access to the whole catalogue of Metal Music Studies Journal as well as the hard copy of the journal for the year.
We have two membership options:
– Waged membership for £35/year
– Unwaged/Student membership for £15/year
In order to become a member, please follow the ‘Become a Member’ link on the menu and follow the instructions. The membership fees can be paid via PayPal or bank transfer.
If you have any questions regarding the membership, please contact either Niall W. R. Scott (NWRScott@uclan.ac.uk) or M Selim Yavuz (M.S.Yavuz@leedsbeckett.ac.uk). For technical issues, please contact Selim.
Thank you.
Niall W. R. Scott, ISMMS Chair
M Selim Yavuz, ISMMS Communications Officer

Modern Heavy Metal Conference, Aalto University – 28 June-2 July 2017

The third iteration of Modern Heavy Metal Conference’s dates are set. Tentative dates are June 28 – July 2 (Conf 28-30, Tuska 30-2). Early information and CFP will be coming up very soon.

Motivated by the 100th anniversary of Finland’s independence, the event will embrace the special theme of “Music and National Identities”. MHMC2017 is part of the Centenary of Finland’s Independence programme. However, we are, of course, open to a Continue reading Modern Heavy Metal Conference, Aalto University – 28 June-2 July 2017

Voicing the Real in Extreme Metal: Horror, Gender and the Growl, 24 November 2016

http://soundmusicresearch.org/Poster_RO_241116.pdf

Rosemary Overell, Rosemary Overell completed a doctorate, majoring in cultural studies and Japanese studies, at the University of Melbourne in 2012. Her thesis, Brutal: Affect Belonging In, and Between, Australia and Japan’s Grindcore Scenes, explored how fans of grindcore metal music feel ‘at home’ in scenic spaces. Rosemary’s research included two years of ethnographic fieldwork in Osaka, Japan, as well as in Melbourne, Australia. In 2014, Continue reading Voicing the Real in Extreme Metal: Horror, Gender and the Growl, 24 November 2016

Extremely Negative, Extremely Threatening? Western Youth Cultures in The German Democratic Republic (DDR) in the 1980’s, 17 November 2016

http://soundmusicresearch.org/Poster_WGZ_171116.pdf

Wolf-Georg Zaddach is a scholarship-holder at the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes) as well as research assistant and lecturer at the department of Musicology, University of Music Franz Liszt Weimar/Germany. Recent publications and talks have dealt with heavy metal as culture and music, jazz history and theory, as well as the music industry. Continue reading Extremely Negative, Extremely Threatening? Western Youth Cultures in The German Democratic Republic (DDR) in the 1980’s, 17 November 2016