Styles may not “walk through fire” for his fish friend, but he does almost everything he can to show his appreciation for its company, from knitting it a sweater to frantically seeking fishbowl replacements to match its increasing growth.
As of right now, I am writing this with my iPod Nano stowed away in the bottom drawer of my bedroom dresser. I could sift through it the way I would sift through that drawer and revisit just as much of my 11-year-old interests.
For better or for worse, black metal broke the mold in the 2010s. It was a long time coming, too. From its inception in the early ’80s until shortly before 2010, black metal, with regard to both its sound and its culture, had barely budged.