Tag Archives: metal

Supercontext: Angel Dust, by Faith No More

This 1992 album is celebrated as one of the best of the era but we look at the dysfunctional, toxic relationships between the five band members, and we find that the pressures of the music business, touring, and getting older, led to internal conflicts that made it harder for Faith No More to just be a group of goofy weirdos.

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Supercontext: Soundgarden, Badmotorfinger

As part of the big four bands breaking out of the Seattle “grunge” scene in the early 1990s, Soundgarden was a combination that was not quite metal or punk. We look at why their record Badmotorfinger acts like such a strong signifier of meaning in the wake of Chris Cornell’s death.

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Supercontext: Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man Is Hard To Find”

“G.G. Allin could have been a Flannery O’Connor character.” Charlie & Chris discuss the murderous short story “A Good Man Is Hard To Find” and the difference between an author’s intent and a reader’s response. Why this isn’t considered a horror story? And is it punk rock?

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