Choosing Death Fest: Grimposium, Death By Metal, workshop and panel discussions

Sat Apr 16 2016

11:30 AM Doors - 4:00 PM

Underground Arts

1200 Callowhill Street Philadelphia, PA 19123

Ages 21+

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DEATH by MetaL – advance film screening

This exclusive presentation of the documentary DEATH by MetaL brings the story of legendary death metal composer Chuck Schuldiner—and his legacy through the music of Death and Control Denied—to film for the first time. Director Felipe Belalcázar will be on hand to participate in a Q&A session following the presentation.

Creative writing workshop with J.R. Hayes

J.R. Hayes—author, lyricist and vocalist with grindcore legends Pig Destroyer—will lead an intimate and interactive workshop session with attendees interested in seeking ways to exorcise their inner and outer demons through the written word. Joining J.R. will be filmmaker David Hall (Uneasy Sleeper/Grimposium), art educator Jason Wallin (University of Alberta), and journalist and writer Justin Norton (Decibel).

The Art of Death Metal panel discussion

In celebration of the seminal Choosing Death tome, join author Albert Mudrian, as well as Ian Christe (Bazillion Points), Justin Norton (Decibel) and renowned extreme metal artist Dan Seagrave as they reminisce about the key events that influenced the creation of the visual ethos that is so unique to death metal.

The Politics and Economics of Extreme Metal panel discussion

Join panelists Jason Netherton and Mark Kloeppel (Misery Index), Neill Jameson (Krieg), Evan Harting (Maryland/California/Netherlands Deathfest) and Jeffrey Podoshen (Franklin & Marshall College) as they debate issues surrounding racism, misogyny, and shifting patterns in the creation and running of niche festivals in the global extreme metal scene.

Bonfire & Decibel Magazine present:
Choosing Death Fest: Grimposium
Death By Metal, workshop and panel discussions

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Bonfire & Decibel Magazine present:

Choosing Death Fest: Grimposium
Death By Metal, workshop and panel discussions

Sat Apr 16 2016 11:30 AM Doors - 4:00 PM

Underground Arts Philadelphia PA
Choosing Death Fest: Grimposium, Death By Metal, workshop and panel discussions
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

Ages 21+

DEATH by MetaL – advance film screening

This exclusive presentation of the documentary DEATH by MetaL brings the story of legendary death metal composer Chuck Schuldiner—and his legacy through the music of Death and Control Denied—to film for the first time. Director Felipe Belalcázar will be on hand to participate in a Q&A session following the presentation.

Creative writing workshop with J.R. Hayes

J.R. Hayes—author, lyricist and vocalist with grindcore legends Pig Destroyer—will lead an intimate and interactive workshop session with attendees interested in seeking ways to exorcise their inner and outer demons through the written word. Joining J.R. will be filmmaker David Hall (Uneasy Sleeper/Grimposium), art educator Jason Wallin (University of Alberta), and journalist and writer Justin Norton (Decibel).

The Art of Death Metal panel discussion

In celebration of the seminal Choosing Death tome, join author Albert Mudrian, as well as Ian Christe (Bazillion Points), Justin Norton (Decibel) and renowned extreme metal artist Dan Seagrave as they reminisce about the key events that influenced the creation of the visual ethos that is so unique to death metal.

The Politics and Economics of Extreme Metal panel discussion

Join panelists Jason Netherton and Mark Kloeppel (Misery Index), Neill Jameson (Krieg), Evan Harting (Maryland/California/Netherlands Deathfest) and Jeffrey Podoshen (Franklin & Marshall College) as they debate issues surrounding racism, misogyny, and shifting patterns in the creation and running of niche festivals in the global extreme metal scene.