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Aarseth replied with complete lack of concern, "Yeah, Dead killed himself." Aarseth made necklaces with the skull pieces and cooked some of the brain and "ate it so he could claim himself to be a cannibal"
Death Metalist drummer Bard Eithun of the group Emperor is in prison for brutally murdering a homosexual with a knife for no reason other than the lust of killing. That was in August 1992. He stabbed the man 37 times. A fellow band member of the Death Metal group Emperor said Eithun had been fascinated with serial killers for a long time. The day after the murder, Eithun participated in a church burning.
The members of the German Death Metal group Absurd, composed of three high school students (Hendrik Mobus, Sebastian Schauscheill, and Andreas K.), murdered a 15-year-old classmate in April 1993. The group also called themselves "Children of Satan." Band leader Hendrik Mobus stated in an interview that we are at "the dawn of the New Aeon, when Christendom will perish and a neo-heathen state will arise
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Originally posted by daedalas
I dont think Death metal makes people violent I think that people who listen to death metal just are violent in nature and like that kind of music.:bash:
Originally posted by MegaBears
Well, this question could be dicussed in more depth but just for the question: Death Metal=Violence, I would have to say true.
This is because for the simple thing as mosh pits. Any death metal or any kind of metal for that matter concert you go to, there are people moshing which cause harm to other people. In other words violence. I know they don't intentionally harm people but you still do. So yes, metal causes violence.
You don't see mosh pits at an opera or a country concert.