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Coverage gaps / highly pertinent subgenres that should be summarized in some capacity

Many sources are already provided in their respective articles.--Ilovetopaint (talk) 06:47, 23 August 2016 (UTC)

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Throne of Heresy, Linköping

They play death metal with some horror (not melancholic) riffs and rarely some solos. They're pop(ular) and easy to listen in some places (Greece, South America etc.). The terms gothic and dark are problematic, because in these genres musicians confuse melancholy, passive suicidal self-harm with active violence towards others, also fear with melancholy. In neuroscience fear and melancholy are discribed differently. The band Throne of Heresy prefers dark melodies, and here dark means horror and of active violence, NOT melancholy, NOT sorrow that is felt passively and innately. Some use the term black-death metal, but black metal doesn't define if the form of negative emotion is towards the self or towards others, and that's crucial, because different scales and compositional styles are used - study more about "emotions, scales and compositional methods". Note that the famous death metal band Death, composed riffs and solos which (sometimes partly but even thoroughly) included tonal scales, which by no means where "dark" neither actively or passively. I don't mean that the band Death was a happy band, just simply that they included harmonious = standard tonal scales. The band Throne of Heresy doesn't use the simple tonal scales, they select more rare scales and they emphasize on different semitone intervals (horror semitone intervals: 0-1 = 0-13(same as first simply octavic), 0-11 zero represents the initial position we pluck and the other number the semitone steps until the next semitone we pluck - we usually don't pluck during the intermediate semitones), 0-6: evil, 0-4: mysterious). Many metal musicians claim they play "dark" but they don't analyze it mathematically, neuroscientifically, musically etc. The band Throne of Heresy is penetratively - actively and NOT passively "dark", but they are lazy to learn better guitar and add few faster and more complex riffs and solos. I adore doom and slow music. I abhor the guys which haven't the ability to solo, and riff fast, and claim falsely that they love doom metal... bullshit, even a doom song might have a tiny hyperfast solo. Study the musical piece of Alexander Scriabin: black mass Op.68, of course that musical piece is for piano, but mimic his style, study his chords, analyze them and play them as a melody, and learn to play horror solos! I hate the simple tonal solos. Play horror solos which you learned studying Alexander Scriabin. Igor Stravinsky is also dark, but sometimes is simply disharmonious; and disharmony is a darkness with a more arbitrary element than the theatrical aware moulding which you can learn from Alexander Scriabin. Anton Webern and Arnold Schoenberg have also "arbitrary darkness", but usually (according to psycho-acoustical statistics) people tend to remember songs with "theatrical darkness".

Study the grandmasters, even if they didn't compose for guitar, and improve your style please!

Why that music is pop? People like it. Deathsters claim they're underground... but claiming isn't enough. If you wanna be underground never record or play live, otherwise you might end as a different version of pop... OK, maybe a more attractive version, a more pop version.

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Questioning a claim in the article

This article claims that "Although pop music is seen as just the singles charts" - surely this is not so, for music in the albums charts would be counted as pop music. Vorbee (talk) 15:30, 6 December 2017 (UTC)


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