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7 definitions by HP Morton

 
1.
Crust punk is the extreme evolution of hardcore punk. The genre might be considered hard to listen to and very abrasive, using elements of anarcho-punk and grindcore to create a unique sound that can either be fast and leaning to grindcore, or slow and mopey and/or melodic. It was originally called stenchcore. Although not the same genre, crust is closely related to d-beat, black metal, anarcho-punk, thrashcore and grindcore.

Lyrics to crust songs tend to be dark, and based around politics and current events and even some human emotion; topics such as nuclear destruction, environmentalism, racial equality, squatting/non-conformity, apocalypse, abolishing sexism, animal rights, veganism/vegetarianism, religious control, death (and/or escaping life) and anarchism are common. Crust is one of the darkest subgenres of punk, and also is one of the least recognizable as punk, in terms of sound. Elements of the crust sound can be heard in many Anarcho-punk bands, such as those signed to Profane Existence, Mortarhate Records, Havoc Records, & Life is Abuse Records.

Many consider the band Amebix to be the godfathers of crust punk, and consider the Arise! LP to be the first known defining crust punk album. The band Deviated Instinct, who actually coined the term "crust punk", was one of the first bands to play the genre as it commonly recognized today.

Listeners of crust punk music are often referred to as crusties
Amebix, Axegrinder and Nausea are crust bands.
by HP Morton February 26, 2006
 
2.
D-beat is a drum beat, specifically a fast rock beat unique to Hardcore Punk, especially in its UK and European variants. Its name is derived from the British band Discharge, as the best-known use of this style can be attributed to their drummer Terry/Tezz. All over the world, D-beat has a cult following and has developed most heavily in Scandinavia, Japan, and Brazil. It is a contemporary term most common outside North America. D-beat bands almost exclusively have anti-war, anarchist messages and closely follow the bleak nuclear-war imagery of 1980s Crust punk bands, often to the point that you can tell a D-beat record by its exact imitation of Discharge album covers.
Discharge, Disclose, Anti-Cimex, and World Burns to Death are examples of D-Beat bands.
by HP Morton February 26, 2006
 
3.
An awesome form of music. (or Noise)
Influenced from punk and thrash.
Loud and fast as fuck, extremely difficult to understand.

Some powerviolence bands:
Charles Bronson, Anti-Christ Demon Core, Spazz, Capitalist Casualties, Infest, Fuck on the Beach, Scholastic Deth, Sylvester Staline, What Happens Next?, etc.
by HP Morton February 26, 2006
 
4.
April, 20th. 4/20
A day when stoners celebrate.
Most skip school or work in celebration of the holiday.

It is on April 20th because it's on 4/20. The stoner code.
Tomorrows National Smoke Out Day. Who is skipping school with me to go smoke out in the shaft down the street?
by HP Morton May 26, 2005
 
5.
What it sounds like when certain members of African-American heritage says "Fuck That"
Folk dat shit, cracka.
by HP Morton May 26, 2005
 
6.
sha
Short for "shit yeah".
Matt: We should have a party!
Hogan: Shit yeah!
by HP Morton May 26, 2005
 
7.
There are 3 types of surfers:

1. 70's and 80's Surfers - mostly from the 70's and 80's, the stereotype for these guys have long bleached hair, a tan, say things like "Gnarly" and "Totaly", listen to rock music and smoke alot of weed.
i.e. Jeff Spicoli from the movie "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"

2. Preppy Surfers - Annoying guys with curly hair, listens to emo and pop punk and wear brands like Hollister, Billabong, and Abercrombie and wear their clothes tight as shit. Most of them don't even surf, they just try to fit in with all the other fools.

3. Surfer - Someone who just likes surfing.
Well Stu, surfings not a sport. It's a way of life. It's no hobby, it's a way of looking at that wave and saying "Hey Bud, haha. Let's Party!" Haaaa.
by HP Morton August 11, 2005