Life is not always fair, or more correctly it always seems unfair.
This, of course, comes from a personal or generally subjective point of view.
With a more holistic mindset, however, everything is in a balance where, through the dipole of the just-unjust, a constant mobility is created, which steadily leads to evolution.
On the other hand, with a more moral look, things may not seem so balanced…
And everything shows that romanticism is the only point of support for the underdog, in a completely cynical world.
In our time, this romance is missing from the successful, the recognized and generally the one to whom life has smiled.
So he tries to transform this idea into something sweet and salty, slow-moving and without much change, like a fly stuck in the honey.
Maybe because romance can always be found on the edge and in difficult conditions, to have a heart that beats like that of a lover.
But when it is made of metal, hard metal, it can repel every blow of life.
It looks like an anvil, made to sculpt even more beautiful things, but always far from glory and recognition.
This prologue could not fit anyone better than the Canadians Anvil, whose notes sculpted many generations of metalheads.
Anvil! The Story of Anvil
The reason for this article is the rockumentary “Anvil! The Story of Anvil ”, of 2008.
This is a documentary that could really concern many heavy metal bands.
The band from the icy North American side was truly pioneering.
Life is full of tragic irony and this documentary begins with such a mood.
From a picture of a full stage and among the beasts of the scene of hard music, the Canadians Anvil can also play.
The irony begins with the report on record sales of the other bands in relation to the almost non-existent Canadians.
It continues with hymns of the most successful musicians of the area to them and with the image of an icy city.
It is a documentary that every aspiring young rocker should see, but also the one who has forgotten their metal teenage years and dreams.
In general, every music lover who realizes that something is wrong with his daily life.
Sacha Gervasi’s documentary reveals the true values of Rock ‘N’ Roll.
Friendship above all and faith in what they do, without decorations and masks.
The continuity of this music and that its basis is its fans and not all kinds of promoters.
The fact that oblivion is a temporary state for everything worthwhile, but above all that humanity, with its twists and turns, is the soul of this music.
Anvil for us, their fans, are the real rock stars!
They may not fascinate a host of beautiful creatures, but they are the ultimate foundation of this music.