Metal is a part of the subculture. It’s a characteristic that metal is always more realistic than other mainstream genres. Sometimes there are well-wrought tracks like a fist to pseudo-reality.
Old people and holy books or the government have lied to us. “World is a kind place” they said, “People are good!” and then “cosmos in a great balance!” they said. We have seen and feel that the world is not like they said.
We breathe and exhale this shitsmelled world.
So our breath results with our sound, our word and our hatred like vomit.
So what about Louis Armstrong? He is a jazz musician that produced a track titled “What A Wonderful World” and he talks about perfection of nature, sky and good people / friends.
On the other hand; Ghoul is a splatter death/thrash/grind band from the USA.
They did a ‘cover’ to What A Wonderful World, however it is not actually a cover. Tracks have totally incompatible lyrics.
Ghoul talks about reality, real sky, real people, real world.
This is just not a cleverly prepared track, this is a fist to illusion that i said first. Babyboomers are boomed!
So here are the fists!
I see the doom, of me and you
And I think to myself… what a wonderful world.
Dark freezing days, dark sleepless nights
And I think to myself …what a wonderful world.
Tumours on the faces of the people who survived
I see friends in the past kill each other for food
They’re really starving… So will you.
They’ll hurt much more, than I’ll never know
And I think to myself …what a wonderful world
Louis Armstrong version: