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6.
A Filthy Individual Who Does Not Know Where They Belong In Life. They Believe That They Are Intelligent In All Ways Of Nature, That They Are God's Gift To Humanity, When in Fact They Are Nothing Less Than Degrading People Of All Stupidty. They Are A Race Of Extremely Annoying Individuals Who Do Not Understand That They Are Basically Moronic In Truth. In Most Cases These Creatures Of The Lonely Night Are Of German or Russian Nationality, At Times They Have A Quite Perculiary Origin Of Mixed Races. There Is No Organization Of There Personel Belongings Or Of There Style In The Public Eye. Masturbation Is Known To Be One Of There Useless Achievments In There Spare Time, For Pornography Is There Way Of Life In All Accounts Of This World. They Have No Life, No Cause For The Human Race, They Are Just People Who Know Nothing Other Than That They Are Pathetic In All Ways Of The Economy.
A Person With A Name Called, Pissant David Ming.
by Maxwell Yabuki Cheung March 29, 2005
 
1.
Gothic punk (also defined as 'deathrock' and part of the 'post-punk' movement) deals with themes of death and mortality, sorrow, despair, surrealism, fantasy, the darker side of the life of society, the supernatural, the occult, romanticism, the effects of psychological terror and trauma - just to name a few of the basics. The music of gothic punk, (as opposed to the more traditional extremely fast and anger-based hardcore punk), usually exists within the realm of medium-fast, more danceable rhythms often including tribal tom-based drum sections for the verses. The music also often includes a synthesizer to accompany the drums, bass and guitar, which again, is something more traditional hardcore punk usually refrained from including. The result is more of a moody, introspective sound that takes one into the realms of imagination. The classic, essential deathrock (or goth punk) bands include: Christian Death (the original lineup with vocalist Rozz Williams), early TSOL, UK Decay, The Damned, 45 Grave, Alien Sex Fiend and The Cramps.

Keep in mind that there were also several 'dark punk' bands around the same time that, while not maybe being quite as 'gothic' in some regards, still had enough stylistic similarities to be worthy of mention. They include bands such as: The Adicts, The Adverts, The Mob, False Prophets, Wipers, Chrome and can't forget classics that bridged the gap between hardcore and darkpunk such as Black Flag, Dead Kennedys and The Misfits. One should at least check out the classic gothic punk (or, as I prefer to call them, deathrock) bands before making comments on the genre. Keep in mind that while all these bands have similarities, they also have very distinctive sounds that set them apart from the others, as all good artists should, so don't think that just because you've heard one or two of the bands mentioned that you know what gothic punk sounds like. Modern gothic punk bands worthy of mention are: Cinema Strange and Cauda Pavonis.
Gothic-punk: most likely not on a major label.



by Daemone Darker March 01, 2009
 
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Gothic punk (also defined as 'deathrock' and part of the 'post-punk' movement) deals with themes of death and mortality, sorrow, despair, surrealism, fantasy, the darker side of the life of society, the supernatural, the occult, romanticism, the effects of psychological terror and trauma - just to name a few of the basics. The music of gothic punk, (as opposed to the more traditional extremely fast and anger-based hardcore punk), usually exists within the realm of medium-fast, more danceable rhythms often including tribal tom-based drum sections for the verses. The music also often includes a synthesizer to accompany the drums, bass and guitar, which again, is something more traditional hardcore punk usually refrained from including. The result is more of a moody, introspective sound that takes one into the realms of imagination. The classic, essential deathrock (or goth punk) bands include: Christian Death (the original lineup with vocalist Rozz Williams), early TSOL, UK Decay, The Damned, 45 Grave, Alien Sex Fiend and The Cramps.

Keep in mind that there were also several 'dark punk' bands around the same time that, while not maybe being quite as 'gothic' in some regards, still had enough stylistic similarities to be worthy of mention. They include bands such as: The Adicts, The Adverts, The Mob, False Prophets, Wipers, Chrome and can't forget classics that bridged the gap between hardcore and darkpunk such as Black Flag, Dead Kennedys and The Misfits. One should at least check out the classic gothic punk (or, as I prefer to call them, deathrock) bands before making comments on the genre. Keep in mind that while all these bands have similarities, they also have very distinctive sounds that set them apart from the others, as all good artists should, so don't think that just because you've heard one or two of the bands mentioned that you know what gothic punk sounds like. Modern gothic punk bands worthy of mention are: Cinema Strange and Cauda Pavonis.

Gothic punk: most likely not on a major label.
by Daemone Darker March 01, 2009
 
3.
1.A type of music that usually combines the poetry of gothism and the sound of hardcore punk.

2.A suculture that combines gothism and punkism.
AFI's Sing The Sorrow is a gothic-punk album.
by Jake July 18, 2004
 
4.
A myth, misconceived with HORROR PUNK!
"Im a GOTH PUNK" person 1
"You're neither" person 2
by Regicide August 11, 2004
 
5.
A blending of the vague clichés regarding blood, the color black, and holes of 'goth' music and the highly reptetitive chords and simple 'crash' drumming of punk into a new genre of audio entertainment, ranked slightly above rap in quality.

See shit.
> So I bought this new gothic-punk CD yesterday -
> How much did it cost?
> Got it for five cents at a garage sale.
> Man, you got ripped off.
by fearpi August 12, 2004