[ Chuck Schuldiner - EII ]
Charles Michael "Chuck" Schuldiner, was a American musician, guitarrist, vocalist, composer and founding member of the band Death and Control Denied. He is considered the father of death metal, though he said he wasn't comfortable with the nickname: "I don't think I should take the credits for this death metal stuff. I'm just a guy from a band, and I think Death is metal band".
A little video to introduce him: an MTV interview recorded after the release of his fourth studio album, called "Human". It encapsulates the vision he had with his musical project, at least since his third album.
I think I can make a good analysis of his personality based on the video.
From 00:00 to 00:15, is evidenced his desire for constant improvement, not only as an artist and a person who presents volitional problems to make his projects a reality, but as a person in regards to how one relates to others, understanding the context that preceeds the release of his album Human: it was supposed to be a european tour for the third album "Spiritual Healing" with the band Kreator, but only Terry Butler, the bassist and Bill Andrews, the baterist, decided to go, while Chuck refused to assist. In an 1989 interview he said "They told me that they were going to go ahead and I simply thought: "Well, it doesn't matter, I knew that it was going to be shit". There was nothing I could do for them. They felt that they needed to carry out and that was fine. I could see how people could see that I didn't care about nothing, but the thing is that I had to leave it aside, I had to think of me above all. When I heard that they were leaving, I said "Well, it is fucked up, but it will have to happen, I will pick up all the pieces when everything is over. I'll assume the responsability of what I did and is what I'm doing, I'm not blaming anyone but myself". From that 1989 interview we can conclude two things: First, he was a valuer, who valued personal accountability, prioritized himself and respected other people values and points of view (distinghishing their compromise); and second, that he had a weak Se, possibly vulnerable , because he couldn't convince or push people to comply with his decision to stay in America, he didn't show any resistance. Also, the reasons why Chuck didn't want to go were very -driven: The tour was horribly organized, according to his standards.
According to this page: http://agoraphobic-news.com/metal_go...of_death_metal, their own band members turned against him:
It is possible that early symptoms of his brain tumor, which led him to his death 12 years later, were beginning to show up... but are just my presumptions. Later, Chuck took legal action against them and they were fired (use of is justified).His and Death’s name was defamed by negative press and rumors which portrayed him as a psychotic monster, a dictatorial lunatic within the band. The rumors were that he was in a mental institution while the rest of the band was on tour, that he quit Death, that he wanted to start a glam band etc.
From 00:21 to 0:43, he mentions this, how he faced those critical situations of difamation and mistrust, situations that fuel the fears of the Delta Quadra. Chuck deals with the Complex of Clipped Wings, from which we could say he overcomes by getting a bigger recognition by music critics, making one of the most important albums in metal history.
From 01:41 to 2:31, he mentions the importance his friends had to help him recover and make the album as sucessfully crafted as he wanted to be: "They luckily highly professional what they do also, so it's a great combination of friends and top-notch musicians". This highlight of their professionalism is what make think he has suggestive .
With his new line-up, it was possible to make one of the first technical death metal albums, they elevated the genre at a level that few bands were able to reach, the virtuosism on the instruments wasn't easily matched, it was compositionally and lirically different, the other bands were still stuck in the themes of gore and brutality, but Death did something different. Is literally demonstrative in action, as the Wikisocion's Information Elements page explains:The individual is attracted to people seen as knowledgeable, as well as truthful and willing to share that knowledge, in matters seen as interesting and useful to the individual towards achieving productivity and efficiency.
We can see more of his , from which his is feed, from 04:56 to 05:43.The individual is quite adept at following discussions on the developments of present trends into the future and at contributing to them on occasion if he feels so inclined, but he does not take that as seriously compared to investigating possibilities in the areas he is interested in at present.
From 02:38 to 03:41, we see a little bit of his , he is concerned about the image that he and his band creates among the people and he wants to change it, by making it more accesible, more thoughtful, more universal, less brutal. He wants to create something of which every person can identify with, as he would achieve with the arrival of Symbolic, his most acclaimed album. The type description of Vera Stratiyevskaya mentions this:
But it is called the ignoring function, so his albums have to be still unpleasant and even shocking to hear, as the nature of the genre dictates. He messes with society and religious organization in Spiritual Healing in a not very subtle way and later, does the same but less often and more subtle in later albums. He says things that people may find controversial. "Altering the Future" is about death penalty and abortion, "Lack of Comprehension" is about people who hate metal, "Pull the Plug" is about euthanasia, "Suicide Machine" is about the right to die, "Crystal Mountain" is about people intolerant to jewish people, possibly protestants, the entire The Sound of Perseverance album sounds like the story of the people who live in the hell (if you interpret it literally).Dostoyevsky will not allow himself to be for someone the source of the unpleasant emotions: loves no one namerenno to irritate or to tease. Moreover, it will allow no one of its close ones to irritate or to tease others.
Though, he still receives input from to inspire his work, if those unpleasant themes and sounds are intentional, he does a good job in causing provocative emotions.
Leprosy, for example, is about the pain humans have to face. Human is about the experiences that makes us human. is an strong function on Chuck.Dostoyevsky knows how to adapt his emotional state to emotions and experiences of another person. It knows how to remove irritation, stress, knows how to quiet.
Haha, all this wall of text and I haven't talked on yet! Well, it is difficult to explain its presence, without talking about his songs, where his Ne is strongly expressed. Well, it is his creative functions, so I suppose it is only visible through his art:Sphere of the observation of Dostoyevsky - the emotion of man, his feeling, the state of his soul.
Dostoyevsky always very thinly notices mood, sincere state, feelings and experiences of man.
[ Symbolic ]Creatively implemented intuition of possibilities allows the EII to be farsighted, prudent and judicious in his behavior. The purpose of his foresight is to be able to foresee possible complications of relations and act preemptively to avoid or prevent them...
"Savor what you feel and what you see. Things that may not seem important now. But may be tomorrow".
Take care of your innocence, once you run out of it, you can't buy more. I think Chuck said something like that.
Or another simpler example, the song [ Living Monstrosity ]. It is about a baby who born deformed due by his mother drugs consumption. It could have been prevented, the baby could have been aborted, the parents couldn't have sex unprotected, the mother could have asked for help and stopped using drugs... His right to live a dignified life has been denied.
[ Flattening of Emotions ]Despite all his optimism, EII is capable of prudently calculating the worst course of events precisely for the purpose of avoiding negative consequences and making sure that everything works out in best possible way for himself and for others.
"What went wrong to their picture perfect life. They once knew flattening of emotions". Cause: Suppresion of emotions. Consequences: A person dead alive. Breathing, but without feelings, with no soul. Or maybe a person whose emotions exploded for ignoring them for a very long time and now they're unbearable. Or the song could be just about schizophrenia simply.
For more examples of songs with distant futures, life-preservation warnings and disastrous possibilites see: 1,000 Eyes, The Flesh and the Power It Holds, Trapped in a Corner, Overactive Imagination, Within the Mind, etc.
Well, about , I think he expressed it in his first two albums in form of horror stories with unpleasant sensory experiencies.
"Drifting from the living, joining with the dead. Zombie dwelling maggots, now infest your head" lyrics from Zombie Ritual.Si is associated with the ability to internalize sensations and to experience them in full detail.
Si focuses on tangible, direct (external) connections (introverted) between processes (dynamic) happening in one time, i.e. the physical, sensual experience of interactions between objects. This leads to an awareness of internal tangible physical states and how various physical fluctuations or substances are directly transferred between objects, such as motion, temperature, or dirtiness.
"Watch you bleed to death. Gasping for last breath. Choking on your blood" lyrics from Sacrificial.
"A life that's so obscure. First an arm and then a leg. Deterioration grows. Rotting while they breathe – Death comes slow" lyrics from Leprosy.
But, having as a valued but weak function, he doesn't take it as seriously as the invisible abstract forces that deteriorate our spiritual, mental and existencial well-being, not only as individuals but also as a society.
From 03:50 to 04:12, he says "Reality is far more brutal than a demon, you know, tearing someone's heart out. That just doesn't happen, I see no demons around me. I see, I think, if there's evil, it's people, you know, there's cruel people out there. Evil is real on Earth, you know what I'm saying?". Curiously... the most intuitive approach is the most realistic this time.
But, he didn't ignore it, he also took good care of his health.
Do you think so?
I am skeptical of V.I., but if it helps, there is an image of Chuck along a portrait of a male EII.
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They have a similar nose shape.
There's no doubt, he as EII, right?