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coerces a "natural(ist) human state" from artistic endeavor in order to vilify the intersubjective. aural phenomenology in tension with the objective consciousness, re-positioning the latter as the default and the former as the revelation. there's already something of a trope comparing the disabled to children, but sound of metal takes it further, offering rebirth at the church bell toll. what a mixed metaphor for the disabled God.