"To Holmgard… and Beyond": Folk Metal Fantasies and Hegemonic White Masculinities

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Spracklen, K;
  • Publisher: Intellect

On first inspection, the metal music sub-genre of folk metal might be arguably residual white, masculine spaces. The sub-genres are not fashionable within the metal music scene. Folk metal bands are ridiculed by fans of black metal for being too mainstream and crowd-ple... View more
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