One other musician has spoken out in opposition to the notion of “cancel tradition” — Cannibal Corpse‘s Paul Mazurkiewicz, who thinks it is “ridiculous.” The subject got here up throughout a dialog the drummer had with Australian publication Wall of Sound.
Contemplating Cannibal Corpse are recognized for the violent imagery of their songs and on their album covers, the drummer was questioned as as to whether or not he believes “cancel tradition” is ridiculous and whether or not or not it can ultimately spell bother for the band.
“Yeah in fact that’s ridiculous. Identical to the censorship, that’s at all times been ridiculous to us,” he replied. “I imply come on, we’re a band. We’re a fictional horror band. Have a look at our album covers. They’re not actual… They’re art work and it’s fairly loopy fantasy artwork for essentially the most half.”
The drummer assured that the issues depicted on their album covers cannot even occur, and in contrast the scenes to that of a horror film or a ebook.
“Then there’s this cancel tradition factor, I simply heard about that not way back and I’m like, ‘What’s occurring right here?’” he continued. “All people appears to be offended by every little thing. If it’s not 100% PC (politically appropriate) as of late then individuals have an issue with stuff. It’s getting out of hand I feel.”
Watch the complete interview under.
Dee Snider and Corey Taylor are two different outstanding rockers who’ve not too long ago expressed their opinions on “cancel tradition” as nicely, with Snider comparing it to censorship, and Taylor urging everybody to cease expecting people to be perfect.