EAS 266 Fall 2013
TEXT and RESOURCE INFORMATION:
Required texts and media:
Christe, Ian, Sound of the Beast: The Complete Headbanging History of
Heavy Metal, 0-06-052362-X, Harper Collins, 2003.
Dawes, Laina, What Are You Doing Here?
The visit from Laina Dawes was a very interesting and cool presentation style interview. From
the beginning she seemed like a very cool and collected author and researcher while also coming
off as experienced
Tony Castaneda Kyng
Tony Castaneda, one hell of an inspiring guy. He became a successful metal player
without selling out and using money to help him. He is a guy who played the music he loved
without the most e
Who am i?
Hi, my name is Daniel Ocampo. I was born in a small town in Medellin Colombia, the
largest city of the country. I grew up there till I was around 9 years old, then I moved to New
Jersey with my parents. In
The Metal Witch-hunt
Since the birth of Heavy Metal, the genre has been under attack by a ton of people who
believe it has evil and sinister roots. These people range from political groups to religious
Born in the misunderstood world of songwriting.
My greatest difficulty while writing this paper was finding a way to intertwine the historical facts
with my rhetorical analysis. It was a good challenge
Jose Mangin, a story of a metal fan!
The Visit from Jose Mangin was actually very fun and intriguing. Jose is a DJ radio host
on Sirius XM, on a radio show called Liquid Metal. While he talked about many th
Jay Jesse Johnson
Jay Jesse Johnsons visit was very cool and interesting. Jay talked a lot about the
technical side of Heavy Metal with things like the Marshall Amps, and stacks. When I walked
into class I was
& Anthony Roberto
The band we decided to create is called Raging Halibut ad it is based off the Viking Metal
genre of Heavy Metal music. We chose the name Raging Halibut because the halibut played