Anthems of apocalypse : popular music and apocalyptic thought / edited by Christopher Partridge.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
[Sheffield]: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2012.
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xxiii, 150 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [125]-142) and index.
Contents
Introduction: popular music and apocalyptic discourse / Christopher Partridge -- 1. Some routine atrocity, or, Letting the curse of God roar: Nick Cave and apocalyptic / Roland Boer -- 2. Evangelical millennialism / Mark S. Sweetnam -- 3. Metal, the end of the world, and radical environmentalism: ecological apocalypse in the lyrics of Earth Crisis / Kennet Granholm -- 4. Raging against the machine: Tom Morello's nightwatchman persona and the sound of apocalypse-inspired Schadenfreude / Michael J. Gilmour -- 5. Portrayals of the end-time, the apocalypse and the last judgment in Christian metal music / Marcus Moberg -- 6. 'When Rome falls, falls the world': Current 93 and apocalyptic folk / Sérgio Fava -- 7. The number of the beast: the adoption of apocalyptic imagery in heavy metal / Rupert Till -- 8. Who cares? Apocalyptic thought in Extreme's III sides to every story / Steven Knowles.
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  • 1907534342
  • 9781907534348
OCLC
782108088
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