Question: Are Metalheads friendly?

But beyond the music sounding the same and sharing similar standards of excellence, metalheads and classical fans also share similar temperaments. According to studies out of Heriot-Watt University, both groups of fans tend to be creative and gentle individuals, comfortable in their own skin.

Are metalheads nice people?

Metalheads just want to have fun. For the most part, Metalheads are a fun-loving, happy bunch of people who are deeply in love with the music.

Are metalheads happy?

A study found that 80 metalheads were significantly happier in their youth, and better adjusted currently than their peers or college students. The metalheads reported higher levels of youthful happiness and that they were less likely to have any regrets about things they had done in their youth.

Are metalheads outcasts?

We do sometimes look a little different, but if you look beyond the leather and into typical metalheads, you will see that many of them have one thing in common: most of them are misfits and outcasts. Surveys have also shown that metalheads and members of other subcultures are often the “smart” students at school.

Why do kids love Heavymetals?

Experts say its not just rap music but heavy metal, too. Dr. Christopher Greeley says babies respond to the beat. Sort of like being back inside mom and that theory is that its a position of comfort for many babies, Greeley said.

Is it bad to like pop music?

Research proves what our parents have been saying all along: Modern pop music really is worse than older generations of pop music. Not only that, it has negative effects on your brain, too — if youre chiefly a pop music fan, youre likely to be less creative than any other kind of music lover.

Why does Heavy Metal have a bad reputation?

Metal music has developed a stigma throughout its near 50-year existence due to its more aggressive musical style, themes and lyrics, as well as a series of real-life controversies which have ultimately tried to prove that Metal music incites violence, pessimism and hate.

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