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#1
With a lack of creativity, but a great deal of talent, I discuss the bands on the market who claim to be a genre they are not. Weather you were/are big fans of these bands is irrelevant to facts. Get ready for the hard yet simple truth.

#5. Marilyn Manson - Born in 1969, Brian Warner was born into a normal american life. It wasn't until the age of 20 he had anything to do with metal music or music in general. Some skeptics believe that some stories in his autobiography was fabricated to indicate a realism of a fictional persona Warner had created in his head to fuel record sales. Warner in high school looked like a accountant for Bill Gates, even though goth metal bands like Ministry were already making anti-religion music. Record companies took this advantage to paint a metal band to appeal to goth kids and blow it up as much as that can. Warner's ego has inflated so much over the years he can't go to a local restaurant without saying something that gets him punched in the face...ouch.

#4 Kiss - There is nothing more fake than when a band dresses up on stage. That's not entirely the bad thing, but dressing up with fake stage names. Like a bunch of actors, Kiss members, or record labels, had the coolest idea to hand them stage names. Like watching the Broadway show cats with instruments. Back in the disco era the average rebellious teenager was in love with the pyrotechnics of their performance and demonic make up of their new favorite cash in cow. In the 80's Kiss took off the make up and attempted to be themselves in making music... sadly a lot of people didn't really care. To please the fan boys the face paint went back on and Gene Simmons sold what was left of his soul to be on television. Oh, what is must be like to live you're life to be someone you're not.... literately.

#3 Limp Bizkit - So in the late 90's a friend of Korn's Jonathan Davis wanted to be famous. An attention hog by the name of Fred Durst reportedly called Davis constantly when the band was working on music in hopes that Davis would like their sound. Eventually the band got a chance by riding Davis's junk like a starving stripper and blew up over night by doing a cover song. Lead singer Fred Durst was the guy going with poppy trends. People wearing Tommy Hilfiger and Abercrombie were becoming the mainstream metal heads of that time thanks to this band. Even though it was embarrassing to see and listen to in those days it's not as bad as it is now that's trending in metal but It still happened. You can normally spot these people out by the baseball hats and clothes they wore. Stereotyping is so fun, especially if it's true.

#2 Metallica - Here is a band that is a double standard on the list and one I hate to tear open like a tuna can. Metallica has some of the best mainstream metal ever written period. The band stood true to their metal roots all the way until the mid 90's leaving thrash fans in the dust with the album Load. Even though I personally think its the best album recorded production wise and still holds today very well, people were left scratching their heads and grasping that their long haired heroes sold out for a suit and tie. After more than a decade Metallica decided it was time to evolve. During this time frame they had released Reload, an album with all covers, and an album with a symphony. Not realizing where to go next after the departure of bassist Jason Newstead, the band took a major step backwards and failed miserably with the album St. Anger with it's trash can drums and no solos. This problem was rectified in 2008's Deth Magnetic. The problem with Metallica's history is that it's gotten very bi-polar with age. Not knowing what you are any more is very hard for metal heads to comprehend with. And please stop playing songs faster live...an 8 minute song sounds terrible done in 6 minutes... ugh.

#1 Avenged Seven Fold - So here's a band that took a cue from Kiss and got stage names, only it's stage names that came from a bad B horror porn flick. These guys are way off the reservation from the metal train that they are a parody of metal. With their bleak attitude towards respectable metal bands, M. Shadows, Zacky Vengeance, Synister Gates, and Johnny Christ (Then, The Rev) ditched their clothes from the gap for Gothic skinny jeans at hot topic when songs started popping up through radios across the country. If you look hard enough through the internet you can find the group in preppy clothes. The problem with a band like this being looked up to starts a trend. Think of the Jonas Brothers for metal music. It sells in sex appeal, fashion, younger audiences, and finally sound. Record companies, now days, need to sell you if you want to be a rock star. They want you at a certain age, they want you sexy, and they want you stupid. Avenged Seven Fold signed the dotted line transforming the band's true character into the biggest poser example I have ever seen this generation. The lack of feeling in their songs don't help the cause any as well. The band has been blasted all over the internet and dubbed "pop rock" for writing this generations metal flavor of the week. I just listened to Shepherd of Fire. Now I need to grow my hair out Daryl Dixon style, cut the sleeves off to my favorite shirts, paint my nails black, put on some eye shadow, dye my hair black, and shave my beard..you know.. because I'm hardcore like that and dime bag Darrel was so 20 years ago.. maybe I can meet the band at hot topic and we can get into an argument about who gets the last pair of leather boots.


Be who you want to be in life. If you make music don't ever stray from who you are and what you want to write. Music come's from your soul. Music shouldn't come from what you want people to like or what sells. I was 8 years old when I heard my first metallica song and I thought it was like god singing to me. That's when I decided I wanted to be james jr. As I grew up a little more from a little boy, I knew I couldn't play like james, or sing like james. After getting over the depression that I thought I would never be good enough because I couldn't mimic my idol I realized just because I can't be like him doesn't mean I can't be great by other methods. I suck at playing metal music. I love to listen to it. But my writing comes from a more alternative grunge sound and my singing isnt hardcore screaming because thats not who I am. Im just the guy whos been wearing blue jeans and black shirts since I was a little kid. I am my own person and I love metal music. I rather sit alone in my room, listening to the notes please my own ears any day than selling my soul and changing myself for fame. Food for thought.
#2
Metal has bigger problems than those bands

#5 Ramstein
#4 Ghost
#3 Wolves in the Throne Room
#2 Dark Funeral
#1 Behemoth
Who are you? The prince of darkness? Don't you have any friends?


#4
I'm sorry nobody else likes the bands in your dad's record collection any more, but you should probably realise that genre is a pretty much irrelevant concept either to the status or the categorisation of a band, that all these bands - despite being mediocre by international standards - are better (and more creative) than you'll ever be, and that image is a basic part of being a band and bands that don't have a coordinated image onstage are more commonly referred to as shitty bar/pub acts. Yes - all these bands are doing what they're doing because it's what they want to be doing, and the fact that it sells is just a matter of promotion and luck. Yes, even Limp Bizkit, as much as whatever-that-bellend's-name-is wants to act like he was doing it ironically and wasn't really "into it".

Really, you've got two major issues here:
Quote by finalflash502
Get ready for the hard yet simple truth.

First of all, you consider your utterly worthless opinion to have some kind of authority in terms of "truth" which, when used by people to complain about bands they don't like, invariably just means inane bullshit. You're like 12, so hold your mouth until you're grown.
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Im just the guy whos been wearing blue jeans and black shirts since I was a little kid. I am my own person and I love metal music. I rather sit alone in my room, listening to the notes please my own ears any day than selling my soul and changing myself for fame. Food for thought.

Stop dressing like a prick and you might have literally multiple girls talk to you out of their own free will in your lifetime. You're not your own person, greasy insecure metal fans with no social life and a superiority complex are literally dime-a-dozen.

Thanks for reading, fam.
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#5
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IYou're not your own person, greasy insecure metal fans with no social life and a superiority complex are literally dime-a-dozen..


...hey
#6
Quote by K33nbl4d3
I'm sorry nobody else likes the bands in your dad's record collection any more, but you should probably realise that genre is a pretty much irrelevant concept either to the status or the categorisation of a band, that all these bands - despite being mediocre by international standards - are better (and more creative) than you'll ever be, and that image is a basic part of being a band and bands that don't have a coordinated image onstage are more commonly referred to as shitty bar/pub acts. Yes - all these bands are doing what they're doing because it's what they want to be doing, and the fact that it sells is just a matter of promotion and luck. Yes, even Limp Bizkit, as much as whatever-that-bellend's-name-is wants to act like he was doing it ironically and wasn't really "into it".

Really, you've got two major issues here:

First of all, you consider your utterly worthless opinion to have some kind of authority in terms of "truth" which, when used by people to complain about bands they don't like, invariably just means inane bullshit. You're like 12, so hold your mouth until you're grown.

Stop dressing like a prick and you might have literally multiple girls talk to you out of their own free will in your lifetime. You're not your own person, greasy insecure metal fans with no social life and a superiority complex are literally dime-a-dozen.

Thanks for reading, fam.


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#7
Dude, Manson is a genius. What's so "poser" about him? Lmao your opinions on these bands are so warped, well I can see the whole A7X thing.
Baby Joel's rabbit profile picture is kinda cute. #TeamJOEL
#9
Quote by K33nbl4d3
I'm sorry nobody else likes the bands in your dad's record collection any more, but you should probably realise that genre is a pretty much irrelevant concept either to the status or the categorisation of a band, that all these bands - despite being mediocre by international standards - are better (and more creative) than you'll ever be, and that image is a basic part of being a band and bands that don't have a coordinated image onstage are more commonly referred to as shitty bar/pub acts. Yes - all these bands are doing what they're doing because it's what they want to be doing, and the fact that it sells is just a matter of promotion and luck. Yes, even Limp Bizkit, as much as whatever-that-bellend's-name-is wants to act like he was doing it ironically and wasn't really "into it".

Really, you've got two major issues here:

First of all, you consider your utterly worthless opinion to have some kind of authority in terms of "truth" which, when used by people to complain about bands they don't like, invariably just means inane bullshit. You're like 12, so hold your mouth until you're grown.

Stop dressing like a prick and you might have literally multiple girls talk to you out of their own free will in your lifetime. You're not your own person, greasy insecure metal fans with no social life and a superiority complex are literally dime-a-dozen.

Thanks for reading, fam.


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#10
Quote by Kytokinesis
Metal has bigger problems than those bands

#5 Ramstein
#4 Ghost
#3 Wolves in the Throne Room
#2 Dark Funeral
#1 Behemoth


What's the matter with Behemoth?
#12
Get over yourself. You're too emotionally invested in the idea of non-conformism. Trying hard not to conform is in itself a form of conformism. Relax, chill out, who cares which bands are mainstream posers and which aren't.
#13
1.) Kiss wasn't always a "poser band". Their early albums were kick-ass. In fact, ask any of the metal musicians you listen to and I guarantee you they are/were Kiss fans.

2.) People need to stop saying things like "dad rock" and "dad's record collection" because it's not clever and makes you instantly sound like a moron.
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#14
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People need to stop saying things like "dad rock" and "dad's record collection" because it's not clever and makes you instantly sound like a moron.

Well it applied to the majority of people I knew who went through metal phases at the same time as me
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#15
Wow k33nbl43 guess I struck a nerve. Wanna show us on the doll where they touched you? Guess you can't read either. My article clearly points out I'm older than 12. I'm 33 and been around the block more than you'll ever come to fathom when it comes to bands. I decided it wasn't a life I wanted. I highly doubt some of these bands would of more "talent" than I do. I take showers daily so nope not greasy..I'm also happily married so getting chicks is something that's not on my list. You sound like a complete narcissist who warps peoples words and tries to process them by your own understanding and makes a biased opinion. In other words you're not accurate... You're a moron. Question is what band did you like that I skinned alive by the facts? I bet it was Avenged Seven Fold? Tell you what I'm gonna do for you dude...I'll get a hold of the band and ask them what eye liner they use and get back to you. I'll also do you a solid and see what panties the use..ya know because you wanna act like the dress...like a lil bitch
#17
Tell me the one about graduating top of your class at navy seals, fam
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#19
Quote by finalflash502
With a lack of creativity, but a great deal of talent, I discuss the bands on the market who claim to be a genre they are not. Weather you were/are big fans of these bands is irrelevant to facts. Get ready for the hard yet simple truth.

#5. Marilyn Manson - Born in 1969, Brian Warner was born into a normal american life. It wasn't until the age of 20 he had anything to do with metal music or music in general. Some skeptics believe that some stories in his autobiography was fabricated to indicate a realism of a fictional persona Warner had created in his head to fuel record sales. Warner in high school looked like a accountant for Bill Gates, even though goth metal bands like Ministry were already making anti-religion music. Record companies took this advantage to paint a metal band to appeal to goth kids and blow it up as much as that can. Warner's ego has inflated so much over the years he can't go to a local restaurant without saying something that gets him punched in the face...ouch.

#4 Kiss - There is nothing more fake than when a band dresses up on stage. That's not entirely the bad thing, but dressing up with fake stage names. Like a bunch of actors, Kiss members, or record labels, had the coolest idea to hand them stage names. Like watching the Broadway show cats with instruments. Back in the disco era the average rebellious teenager was in love with the pyrotechnics of their performance and demonic make up of their new favorite cash in cow. In the 80's Kiss took off the make up and attempted to be themselves in making music... sadly a lot of people didn't really care. To please the fan boys the face paint went back on and Gene Simmons sold what was left of his soul to be on television. Oh, what is must be like to live you're life to be someone you're not.... literately.

#3 Limp Bizkit - So in the late 90's a friend of Korn's Jonathan Davis wanted to be famous. An attention hog by the name of Fred Durst reportedly called Davis constantly when the band was working on music in hopes that Davis would like their sound. Eventually the band got a chance by riding Davis's junk like a starving stripper and blew up over night by doing a cover song. Lead singer Fred Durst was the guy going with poppy trends. People wearing Tommy Hilfiger and Abercrombie were becoming the mainstream metal heads of that time thanks to this band. Even though it was embarrassing to see and listen to in those days it's not as bad as it is now that's trending in metal but It still happened. You can normally spot these people out by the baseball hats and clothes they wore. Stereotyping is so fun, especially if it's true.

#2 Metallica - Here is a band that is a double standard on the list and one I hate to tear open like a tuna can. Metallica has some of the best mainstream metal ever written period. The band stood true to their metal roots all the way until the mid 90's leaving thrash fans in the dust with the album Load. Even though I personally think its the best album recorded production wise and still holds today very well, people were left scratching their heads and grasping that their long haired heroes sold out for a suit and tie. After more than a decade Metallica decided it was time to evolve. During this time frame they had released Reload, an album with all covers, and an album with a symphony. Not realizing where to go next after the departure of bassist Jason Newstead, the band took a major step backwards and failed miserably with the album St. Anger with it's trash can drums and no solos. This problem was rectified in 2008's Deth Magnetic. The problem with Metallica's history is that it's gotten very bi-polar with age. Not knowing what you are any more is very hard for metal heads to comprehend with. And please stop playing songs faster live...an 8 minute song sounds terrible done in 6 minutes... ugh.

#1 Avenged Seven Fold - So here's a band that took a cue from Kiss and got stage names, only it's stage names that came from a bad B horror porn flick. These guys are way off the reservation from the metal train that they are a parody of metal. With their bleak attitude towards respectable metal bands, M. Shadows, Zacky Vengeance, Synister Gates, and Johnny Christ (Then, The Rev) ditched their clothes from the gap for Gothic skinny jeans at hot topic when songs started popping up through radios across the country. If you look hard enough through the internet you can find the group in preppy clothes. The problem with a band like this being looked up to starts a trend. Think of the Jonas Brothers for metal music. It sells in sex appeal, fashion, younger audiences, and finally sound. Record companies, now days, need to sell you if you want to be a rock star. They want you at a certain age, they want you sexy, and they want you stupid. Avenged Seven Fold signed the dotted line transforming the band's true character into the biggest poser example I have ever seen this generation. The lack of feeling in their songs don't help the cause any as well. The band has been blasted all over the internet and dubbed "pop rock" for writing this generations metal flavor of the week. I just listened to Shepherd of Fire. Now I need to grow my hair out Daryl Dixon style, cut the sleeves off to my favorite shirts, paint my nails black, put on some eye shadow, dye my hair black, and shave my beard..you know.. because I'm hardcore like that and dime bag Darrel was so 20 years ago.. maybe I can meet the band at hot topic and we can get into an argument about who gets the last pair of leather boots.


Be who you want to be in life. If you make music don't ever stray from who you are and what you want to write. Music come's from your soul. Music shouldn't come from what you want people to like or what sells. I was 8 years old when I heard my first metallica song and I thought it was like god singing to me. That's when I decided I wanted to be james jr. As I grew up a little more from a little boy, I knew I couldn't play like james, or sing like james. After getting over the depression that I thought I would never be good enough because I couldn't mimic my idol I realized just because I can't be like him doesn't mean I can't be great by other methods. I suck at playing metal music. I love to listen to it. But my writing comes from a more alternative grunge sound and my singing isnt hardcore screaming because thats not who I am. Im just the guy whos been wearing blue jeans and black shirts since I was a little kid. I am my own person and I love metal music. I rather sit alone in my room, listening to the notes please my own ears any day than selling my soul and changing myself for fame. Food for thought.

God, why does EVERYONE take shots at Avenged Sevenfold? They DID look emo at some point, but that was a LONG time ago. And, really? Calling an award-winning metal band like A7X 'pop-rock'? Pop-rock is some of the shit that passes for radio today, not guys like A7X.

And Syn and Zachy might actually be the best 21st century guitarists.
#20
Avenged seven Fold as a band isn't bad. My article says that these bands are talented. They're just posers. The definition of poser is being something you're not to impress others. I even butchered one of my favorite bands just to prove its just how things are.
#22
Quote by finalflash502
Avenged seven Fold as a band isn't bad. My article says that these bands are talented. They're just posers. The definition of poser is being something you're not to impress others. I even butchered one of my favorite bands just to prove its just how things are.



I think every lyric of this song applies to your kind of thinking. I bet even the reg's here who frequently piss on everything this record stands for would agree with me on this one.


No more!
The craps rolls out your mouth again
Haven't changed, your brain is still gelatin
Little whispers circle around your head
Why don't you worry about yourself instead

Who are you? where ya been? where ya from?
Gossip is burning on the tip of your tongue
You lie so much you believe yourself
Judge not lest ye be judged yourself

Holier than thou
You are
Holier than thou
You are

You know not

Before you judge me take a look at you
Can't you find somethig better to do
Point the finger, slow to understand
Arrogance and ignorance go hand in hand

It's not who you are it's who you know
Others lives are the basis of your own
Burn your bridges build them back with wealth
Judge not lest ye be judged yourself

Holier than thou
You are
Holier than thou
You are

You know not
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#23
I don't agree with anything have to do with those gay ass lyrics dude

I would have just made a joke in poor taste like this:


Quote by toateridax2010
They DID look emo at some point, but that was a LONG time ago.


Hey listen pal, you can't just get rid of bad haircuts and eyeliner, alright?



Oh right I guess you can.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sC75aU47GRk
#24
I guess you want a medal or something for being so "true" to yourself. It's funny how metalheads don't want to be judged by society and then we get things like this.

If metal doesn't get some radio play from famous bands, then how are people supposed to get into it? Yeah, I guess it's better to be a "true" band that won't get a f*cking gig outside of their own town. And, believe it or not, being unkown doesn't make you any more talented than being mainstream.
#26
Quote by guitgrinder
I think every lyric of this song applies to your kind of thinking. I bet even the reg's here who frequently piss on everything this record stands for would agree with me on this one.


No more!
The craps rolls out your mouth again
Haven't changed, your brain is still gelatin
Little whispers circle around your head
Why don't you worry about yourself instead

Who are you? where ya been? where ya from?
Gossip is burning on the tip of your tongue
You lie so much you believe yourself
Judge not lest ye be judged yourself

Holier than thou
You are
Holier than thou
You are

You know not

Before you judge me take a look at you
Can't you find somethig better to do
Point the finger, slow to understand
Arrogance and ignorance go hand in hand

It's not who you are it's who you know
Others lives are the basis of your own
Burn your bridges build them back with wealth
Judge not lest ye be judged yourself

Holier than thou
You are
Holier than thou
You are

You know not


You do know that this was written in regards of religious figures judging people for the same hypocritical BS they produce right? This song has NOTHING to do with what I wrote...Mr. Guitgrinder, what you just compared me to was one of the most insane idiotic things I have ever read. No point in you're rambling incoherent response we're you even close to anything that could be a rational thought. Every one in this forum is now dumber for having to read it. I award you no points... and my god have mercy on your soul
#27
Quote by toateridax2010
God, why does EVERYONE take shots at Avenged Sevenfold?

Because they suck...

And Syn and Zachy might actually be the best 21st century guitarists.

#28
Quote by Ironic Maiden
I hate everyone in this thread, honestly.


..
Free your mind and your ass will follow
The kingdom of heaven is within
Open up your funky mind and you can fly

Sumdeus
#29
Interesting how you never read posts like this about Blues artists.

Jazz fans, on the other hand, would feel right at home in this thread.
#30
Quote by trebor70
Interesting how you never read posts like this about Blues artists.

Jazz fans, on the other hand, would feel right at home in this thread.
hard to have a poser thread about blues when it's been almost completely taken over by white middle class dudes who treat songs as little more than something to bust offensively overdone solos over
they're coming to take me away
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#31
Quote by trebor70
Interesting how you never read posts like this about Blues artists.

Jazz fans, on the other hand, would feel right at home in this thread.


in the local blues scene for me there is tons of hilarious elitism. Guys arguing over what's "real blues" and who plays "real blues" and if your blues is "authentic" or not. Guys who don't use any gear that was made past the 50's telling people they suck and need to stop playing "that jimi and stevie stuff!" Arguments over who's really "keeping the blues alive". and endless complaining about Joe Bonamassa and what a horrible poser he is. I don't think this kind of behavior is genre specific in any way.
Free your mind and your ass will follow
The kingdom of heaven is within
Open up your funky mind and you can fly

Sumdeus
#32
tbh that's a pretty common attitude in the blues scene. It's just there's a special lack of awareness about discussing authenticity of blues when you're a bunch of white dudes playing the same tired bastardisations over and over as though learning to play Rude Mood perfectly all the way through will bring back the few interesting players or progress the scene at all.

I enjoy playing blues and all and listen to it a lot, but the scene is an exception insofar is it is easily the most stagnant and ironically historically blind movements in its current form. They talk about the names, their sounds, and TOTALLY ignore the cultural and political aspects which it was all about before people like Elvis twisted it up.

Whereas despite the masturbation and the crappy commercial jazz that exists in the jazz scenes, in jazz you get entire ultra-niche subgenres of grindcore mixed with hard bop, and somehow the bands in the scene come from like 20 different countries and it's all politically or emotionally charged, all pushing for progression, questioning of values, aggression and ecstasy. I don't see that in blues. God knows I've looked, but I've not seen much of it.
they're coming to take me away
ha-haaa
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#33
Quote by Banjocal
hard to have a poser thread about blues when it's been almost completely taken over by white middle class dudes who treat songs as little more than something to bust offensively overdone solos over


I hate when someone pulls a race card but on this subject I agree with. African American culture perfected the blues. Charlie Patton and Robert Patterson was really awesome examples of this. I listen to their stuff now and how I wish some songs could be remastered to today's standards. Can't mention blues without BB King. I had a chance to see him a few years...kick myself in the ass a lot for that one.

On another note our old recording engineer was a really old African American and he was really into the blues. He used to tell us.."You've been listening to ripped off riffs your whole life.. how's that make you feel?" Man I miss that guy.
#34
Quote by finalflash502
I rather sit alone in my room, listening to the notes please my own ears any day than selling my soul and changing myself for fame. Food for thought.



Because those are the only two options in life, right?


Thing is, that first post took you for-****ing-ever to write out, and ultimately, it doesn't mean shit. Seriously, no one gives a damn what you think are the "Top 5 Poser Bands in Metal." You spent all that time so you could like, point out whatever flaws you could find in some very successful bands... and the same time you admit that you were "depressed you couldn't mimic Hetfield" and that you don't have the guts to be in your own badass band.

Ugh. Just **** you.
#35
I was a child you pretentious d-bag. Who said anything about those being the only two options? I swear some people need to pass a mental exam to be allowed on the internet. I was going to write this whole thing out but you know what?

Ugh. **** you too.
#36
Quote by finalflash502
I was a child you pretentious d-bag. Who said anything about those being the only two options? I swear some people need to pass a mental exam to be allowed on the internet. I was going to write this whole thing out but you know what?

Ugh. **** you too.



Oh, I'm sorry, was there some part of your BS that I didn't comprehend?

Your original post basically comes out and says how your going to school the reader and the FACTS about these 5 bands. You then proceed to spout a bunch of just general knowledge about these people, slanted with your negative spin on it... you point out things that YOU THINK are flaws for each group.

Then you close up your book report with awe-inspiring quotes like, "Be who you want to be in life," and my personal favorite, "music come's from the soul." And also tell us about the time you grew your mullet and shaved your facial hair like James Hetfield circa 1995.


OK... so **** it. I talk a bit of shit to you, you back, whatever. I got other shit to worry about, as I'm sure you do to. I'm gonna extend the olive branch here and say that I agree with some of what you say, just not so much the way you say it? If that makes sense. Blue jeans & black t-shirt sounds like me too, so I'm gonna guess we'd probably get along in real life.... but the internet is ****y. So I'm done talking my shit.
#38
Quote by guitgrinder
Oh, I'm sorry, was there some part of your BS that I didn't comprehend?

Your original post basically comes out and says how your going to school the reader and the FACTS about these 5 bands. You then proceed to spout a bunch of just general knowledge about these people, slanted with your negative spin on it... you point out things that YOU THINK are flaws for each group.

Then you close up your book report with awe-inspiring quotes like, "Be who you want to be in life," and my personal favorite, "music come's from the soul." And also tell us about the time you grew your mullet and shaved your facial hair like James Hetfield circa 1995.


OK... so **** it. I talk a bit of shit to you, you back, whatever. I got other shit to worry about, as I'm sure you do to. I'm gonna extend the olive branch here and say that I agree with some of what you say, just not so much the way you say it? If that makes sense. Blue jeans & black t-shirt sounds like me too, so I'm gonna guess we'd probably get along in real life.... but the internet is ****y. So I'm done talking my shit.


I got nothing. I was going to argue that I never had a mullet but then I remembered when I was 11 I did.... ****ing parents. Then you off me by being civil....well played. BTW the first time I responded to you was from Billy Madison...I'm surprised no one caught that.
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I would happily do whatever it takes to be considered a "poser" if it meant having any of the success these bands have had.
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Quote by K33nbl4d3

Stop dressing like a prick and you might have literally multiple girls talk to you out of their own free will in your lifetime. You're not your own person, greasy insecure metal fans with no social life and a superiority complex are literally dime-a-dozen.



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