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Killtheslavemaster

Killtheslavemaster

Killtheslavemaster


- www.myspace.com/officialkilltheslavemaster - killtheslavemaster / Facebook killtheslavemaster, formed in 1996 within the Milwaukee region, is a synthesis of metal, hardcore, and thrash music with a range of transforming ideas over the years. stemming from early / mid-90s hardcore where veganism and straightedge had relevance as doorways to questioning the concept of society itself which is, "...rooted in the discourse of domination. One might even say, with Levine and Levine (1975:177), that society is domination" (Ingold 1999). Read more on Last.fm
- www.myspace.com/officialkilltheslavemaster - killtheslavemaster / Facebook killtheslavemaster, formed in 1996 within the Milwaukee region, is a synthesis of metal, hardcore, and thrash music with a range of transforming ideas over the years. stemming from early / mid-90s hardcore where veganism and straightedge had relevance as doorways to questioning the concept of society itself which is, "...rooted in the discourse of domination. One might even say, with Levine and Levine (1975:177), that society is domination" (Ingold 1999). Focusing now in theoretical approaches of anthropology, ecology, developmental systems, enskillment and hunter-gatherer perspectives each musician continues to explore, engage, coalesce and develop in their environments through this relational vehicle of song and music. RELEASES 1997 - song recorded for 'Path of Compassion' compilation (taken off and song never returned) 1999 - 2 song demo for summer tour / hellfest '99 1999 - 4 song CD on Cyberdine243 2010 - 2 song 7 inch + Chokehold "burning bridges" cover INFLUENCES - The Perception of the Environment: Essays on Livelihood, Dwelling and Skill (Tim Ingold) - Limited Wants, Unlimited Means: a reader on hunter-gatherer economics and the environment - Tim Ingold (relationality , developmental systems) - Nurit Bird-David (Nayaka of India and hunter-gatherer perspectives) - James Woodburn (Hadza of Tanzania fieldwork and Egalitarian Societies) - Richard B.

Lee (Dobe !Kung fieldwork and Anthro theory) - R. Brian Ferguson (Anthropology of War) - Douglas P. Fry (Anthropology of War/Peace) - Paul Shepard - ...many more Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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