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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.

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Nikki wrote (edited )

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

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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.

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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

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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.

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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