Black low: the punk movement was just hippies with short hair

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Kerber, 2002 - Art - 156 pages
Norwegian "black metal" music was born in the late 1980s as a reaction against the fact that heavy metal music had become mainstream. In Black Low, the organized chaos of Bjarne Melgaard's "trash art" or "slacker art" mines the themes and visual culture of this music to focus on ideas of suicide as a philosophical question.

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