Library of Loudness (Book Reviews)

Franklin, Dan- Heavy: How Metal Changes The Way We See The World (Book Review)

Reviewed:  September, 2020 Published:  2020, Constable Rating:  4.5/5 Reviewer: JP   In my mind the three words that characterized this book and my perception of it are; subjective, objective and generation-gap. HEAVY is a new title authored by Dan Franklin and published by the good people at Constable/LittleBrown/Hachette. The book…

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Spracklen, Kark Metal Music And The Re-Imagining Of Masculinity, Place, Race and Nation (Book Review)

Reviewed:  June, 2020 Published:  2020, Emerald Rating:  4/5 Reviewer: JP The good people at Emerald Publishing continue to support the advancement of metal studies with another book in their series ‘Emerald Studies In Metal Music And Culture’.   Metal Music And The Re-Imagining Of Masculinity, Place, Race and Nation is…

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