Two exciting discussion panels have been announced as part of the ongoing Home of Metal season of events. Both panels cost only £5 each and will take place at Lighthouse in Wolverhampton.
Friday 2nd September. Exploring Heavy Metal: An insight into music journalism.
Budding writers will find invaluable insights into the world of music journalism. The panel will explore ways in which journalism has been informed by the ongoing evolution of Heavy Metal as well as the move from print to the use of digital media. Featuring Alex Milas (editor of Metal Hammer), Frances Morgan (Plan B, Terrorizer, New Statesman), John Doran (The Quietus) and Malcolm Dome (TotalRock).
Saturday 3rd September. In conversation with Nicholas Bullen, Mark Titchner and Damien Deroubaix.
The relationship between fans and music has been explored throughout the Home of Metal project; this panel of artists will investigate that dynamic further. Nicholas Bullen is a Birmingham based sound and visual artist, he founded the band Napalm Death, creating the Grindcore genre and taking Heavy Metal in a unique direction. This panel will invite discussion between Bullen and visual artists who draw upon the genre in their work.
Tickets are now on sale for only £5
Both panels are part of the Home of Metal Conference 1 – 4 September 2011
Exploring Heavy Metal; the music, its heritage and global influence