Poll: What do you think of the band name Cant kill Karma?
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View poll results: What do you think of the band name Cant kill Karma?
Its brilliant, stick with it
3 14%
Its ok, but you could do better
13 62%
Terrible get a new name (please suggest in a post)
5 24%
Voters: 21.
#1
Whats you oppinions on our band name? Dont steal it, and i know theres bandleading forums, but this is the pit so more replies and nothing is illegal here apart from spam and porn. So tell me what you think

Also were going to be playing classic rock, hard rock, metal, alternative, some shred, and other strange stuff along with maybe a little weeny bit of indie
Last edited by Varkunus at Aug 9, 2007,
#4
There's a thread for this in the bandleading forum...

And its an okay bandname... its not great...

I personally like shorter bandnames... something just one word.
They're usually good bands too... Tool, Thrice, Nirvana, Rush, Hatebreed, Slayer.... just one word...

Band with long bandname suggest they lack creativity and usually suck... eg:
Panic at the disco, fall out boy, my chemical romaince, taking back sunday....

Keep it short, short is better!!
Last edited by af_the_fragile at Aug 9, 2007,
#6
*reported*
"Why should we subsidise intellectual curiosity?"
-Ronald Reagan

"Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness."
-George Washington
#8
Can't Kill Karma would be OK
Cant kill Karma makes you look a little retarded. Unless you mean it as
cant1 /kænt/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[kant] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–noun
1. insincere, esp. conventional expressions of enthusiasm for high ideals, goodness, or piety.
2. the private language of the underworld.
3. the phraseology peculiar to a particular class, party, profession, etc.: the cant of the fashion industry.
4. whining or singsong speech, esp. of beggars.
–verb (used without object)
5. to talk hypocritically.
6. to speak in the whining or singsong tone of a beggar; beg.
[Origin: 1495–1505; < L base cant- in cantus song, canticus singsong, etc., whence OE cantere singer, cantic song; see chant]
In which case, it makes you sound pretentious.