Man’s relationship with machines is an issue that can fit into countless books and not even be answered.
Perhaps in the second part of the Matrix trilogy, there is an interesting approach to this issue.
But even more difficult is the answer of art with technology or even more specifically, if machines can make art.
However, Marshall McLuhan’s approach sheds enough light on this dark issue with his phrase:
“Technology is nothing but the extension of our inadequate limbs.“
What interest could there be one more reference to a cover?
The internet is full of covers of well-known music, however Black metal is not one of the most popular favorites.
However, even this fact is not a reason for us to deal with the cover of “Transilvanian Hunger” by Darkthrone by someone named Electromancy.
It is essentially Satyra.
And here begins the interest, this fan of extreme sound, but also a musician made the cover with the help of… robots, which he created himself.
However, the peculiarities of this project do not stop here.
The musician suffers from a degenerative disease, which makes it impossible to play his favorite music.
So he created a mechanical support, just as the Canadian philosopher describes it.
His passion for extreme metal music did not stop even his illness, although he initially delayed the opportunity to play his favorite songs.
His will, however, did not allow him to give up and in every way developed his passion to play music.
So, he created robots, which instead “scratch” electric guitar strings and beat the drums.
The name of this particular band is Electromancy and they have already performed the song of Darkthrone.
On its official YouTube channel, the Robot Metal Band, anyone can find other recordings with the help of machines.
He writes that after two years and small steps, as his movements are limited, he created these robots and is ready to share music with the whole world.
Another proof that technology is not a bad thing, on the contrary, it has a lot to offer to humanity!