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If you listen to old extreme metal albums, they often sounds like a blur, but newer ones which have higher production values are far more clear, which gives you some idea of what bands in the past might have been aiming for.
I could rephrase the opening question... It's 1970 and you just heard DEREK BAILEY. Now what? Or how about... it's 1952 and you just heard John Cage's 4'33"...
Getting people to dance and sing along to extreme tones , twisted and atonal source materiel and outright unholy noise is the best way of moving forward. That way mainstream acceptance lies. Otherwise you're just one bearded reader of The Wire waving at another bunch of bearded readers of The Wire
but the marketing irritates the piss out of me. It's as meaningful as calling a slightly steeper skateboard ramp or a Vin Diesel movie extreme.