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Theories on the popularity of heavy metal in Scandinavia

Theories on the popularity of heavy metal in Scandinavia

  • The "compensatory theory" suggests that Scandinavians listen to heavy metal as a way to release pent-up aggression and frustration.
  • The "Nordic identity" theory suggests that heavy metal is a way for Scandinavians to express their unique cultural identity.
  • The "climate" theory suggests that the long, dark winters in Scandinavia make people more likely to listen to heavy metal.

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