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Fossidarity wrote (edited )

I also read in this reddit thread that Fortresse, Csjethe, Hate Forest, Drudkh & Nokturnal Mortum should also be avoided.


Nikki wrote (edited )

Disturbed's frontman, Dave Draiman is/was apparently a supporter of Gamergate.


TheDevilAndMrJones wrote

IIRC, Megadeath has some issues with Obama. Not the critical kind with "oh he's a capitalist pig" and so on, but in the fact that he's black.


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DissidentRage wrote

IIRC in his younger days he would get up on stage with a swastika shirt. He probably was being "ironic" about that but he seemed to otherwise have left-lib politics up through the mid-90s making his video for "99 Ways to Die" basically an extended political ad for gun control. After that it was downhill. I remember him remarking that Bush (while in office) wasn't tough enough on the Middle East.


Dumai wrote (edited )

questionably metal (and this involves their music because it ever had any metal influence whatsoever) but propagandhi love marketing themselves as an anti-racist band while mocking black culture for the dumbest reasons

i do not know where they got the impression rastafari is inherently zionist - i think they may have heard rastas talking about zion and assumed they meant the state of israel which is the stupidest fucking thing i've imagined in my life so i can't believe it's that but still


Nikki wrote

You only listed one song to back up your claim of them mocking black culture. One that was written over 20 years ago. The band has matured a lot since then.


Dumai wrote

well i've never heard them address it and i was following their career for years

if you're trying to pass yourself off as an anti-racist band you'd think you'd address the fact you played an extremely racist song on your first album