the worst things to ever happen to fashion:
- fake pockets
- making every single shirt see through
- seriously why does it have to be see through
- what is the freaking point i just have to wear another tank top or cami underneath it
- it literally defeats the purpose of being a shirt
- and every single shirt is see through these days this annoys me more than fake pockets and trust me that is an issue
*This list is opinionated. I will list my reasons why I think these bands are bad*
Attack Attack-Terrible vocals, overly simplistic guitar riffs that sound the same as any other Core band. Generic. genric. generic.
Bring me the Horizon- A vocalist who I think has some range, I like his growls, and his singing voice isn’t very good. However, just like the problem with every other core band is the riffs, and the sound of the music. This is poppy, ‘girly’, sounding metal at it’s finest. Something rebellious tweens and teens from the ages of 12-16 generally love.
Chelsea Grin- boring, un interesting and their riffs are generic and boring. They have three guitarist which they don’t utilize at all. You listen to this band, and it sounds like one guitar is playing. Not three, If you’re going to have three guitarist, utilize them each.
Asking Alexandria- Sounds a lot like Attack Attack, but with shittier vocals and my god, are this guys vocals awful. ” I have an idea for a guitar riff! Lets downtune the E sting way the fuck down, and play fast palm muted riffs! Aren’t we great?!”
I just cannot wrap my head around how people like this better than things that require talent and skill to create. The overly simplified breakdown of a core band vs something thought out, technical and put some fucking emotion into? I’m reeeally trying to not come off as a ‘metal elitist’ but I am guilty of becoming one I guess. For me personally, I have to draw a line between good vs bad. Talent vs no talent. Technicality vs simplicity.
The sound of a simple riff vs the sound of an overly simplified riff. A wise man told me recently, “There is a difference between what you like and what is actually good.”
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