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Basic slides for the first presentation of the IU Extreme Metal Studies group at Indiana University's Department of Telecommunications on Friday, November 12, 2010. Presenters: Mike Lang, Parker …

Basic slides for the first presentation of the IU Extreme Metal Studies group at Indiana University's Department of Telecommunications on Friday, November 12, 2010. Presenters: Mike Lang, Parker Weidner, and Mark Deuze.

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  • Introduction: to promote/present Managing Media Work (Summer 2010)
  • reasons to study extreme metal: its bands break the top 50 of the US Billboard charts (commercial success); play live DVD Wacken 2007
  • why study metal? renewed relevance in current pop culture & scholarly work
  • why study metal? renewed relevance in current pop culture & scholarly work
  • http://www.myspace.com/massakrenofficial

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  • 1. Extreme Scenes Mike Lang, Parker Weidner & Mark Deuze
  • 2. Media Life, Extreme Metal, and Scenic Capital in a Post-Geographical World pictures reproduced from: Peter Beste’s “True Norwegian Black Metal” (Vice Books, 2008)
  • 3. Ongoing (Dis-)Integration of Communities Internet Does Not Negate Place The Sense Of Belonging Goes Glocal Three Key Themes:
  • 4. Why Study (Extreme) Metal? Increasing Commercial Success Popular Culture Uptake Serious Scholarly Interest Fun
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  • 9. Significance of Place: Norwegian Black Metal
  • 10. Glocalization: English Black Metal
  • 11. Integration Of (Fan) Communities: Massakren
  • 12. Takeaway Point: In Media Life, Identity, Community, and Belonging Diversify And Multiply