>>9763>So what exactly is fascist in this music?
Well there's Evola and Codreanu in the picture and the title refers to a book by Evola of the same name. The artist is a fascist. The music isn't going to bite you though and Yukio Mishima wrote great novels while being a fascist. Xurious' music is just shitty techno.
>the nazis would've rejected this as degenerate music anyway
I think you're accepting fascists' own self-definition too much. Facsism has always embodied the very decadence it claims to oppose. Fascism has always tried to be hyper-modern and futuristic, while simultaneously recalling an ancient, mythic and "lost" past. A lot of the Nazi music from and performance the Nazi regime was very lavish, promiscuous and very modern by the standards of the 1940s. This film below was released in German cinema in August 1944 just as Army Group Centre was being annihilated on the Eastern Front. It was one of the most expensive European products to date at that time. And if you look at it, this is pretty much identical to the most lavish Hollywood productions of the era.https://youtu.be/UkgCHd2Tekg
I'll tell you from an art critic standpoint, my problem with fascist art and music is that it's like a cheap imitation of the real thing. Like, when people call Donald Trump a fascist, you'll hear people sometimes reply "oh come on, he's not Hitler." But that's pretty much how these guys are. They're like mafioso guys or like Tony Montana from Scarface with fake gold and fake paintings and tacky taste. What fascism "is," is organized crime and militarism, and Whatever ideology comes out of it is just a bonus.