Can heavy rock influence people to kill and commite suicide?
- Pearl LLv 74 months agoFavourite answer
i would hope not
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 74 months ago
No. No type of music can do that. Well, maybe AM pop makes me want to punch whoever invented auto-tune, but that's different. Auto-tune doesn't count as music.
Blaming music for violence is like blaming guns for violence, which is exactly like blaming matches for arson. Or blaming pencils for spelling mistakes.
- 4 months ago
Music isn't responsible for anything like that
- phatzwaveLv 74 months ago
I don't see Rockers running drive-bys, Rappers on the other hand......
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- AndrewLv 74 months ago
People kill themselves for different reasons, but they're almost always compelled to do it for their own personal reasons. Listening to a song isn't going to make a person kill him or herself - that person was going to do it anyway. In each and every instance where people have tried to blame a song for driving a person to commit suicide, it's been determined that the song wasn't at fault. Normal, sane, rational, well-balanced individuals who don't have serious mental, emotional or psychological issues don't decide to take their own lives because of a song.
- 4 months ago
No, that's a myth spawned by paranoid parents. The same myths happened to jazz and 60s rock.
- Anonymous4 months ago
Yes, but so can religion and even cartoons ... it's not really the music.
- pollyLv 74 months ago
Statistically the highest suicide rate is for those that subscribe to country music
- MandyLv 64 months ago
Of course, not.
- CLv 74 months ago
Naw, people with those propensities will finds "signs" telling them to do that anywhere be it burnt toast or clouds sailing by.