A slasher horror movie set in dirty-looking enviroment, the background seeming like it's coveret with Earth, or grunge, thereby the name. Grunge-Gore films often portray extra gruesome acts of violence, often forced self-mutilation or torture.
Famous 'Grunge-Gore' movies include Saw and Hostel
-It's filthy and disgusting, typical Grunge-Gore
- Those Grunge-Gore films are so cool
The scientific Gore-Tex anorak wearing environmentalists, who have a paying job, the raggle-taggle of unemployed drop-outs orange dreadlock attired, socialist Greens with hand-knitted banana skin sandals and tea-cosy hats, the former also wear sandals, but with socks while the latter’s feet have a fine coating of grunge and the last group of Envireens, the plain loonies. The environmentalists remind you of your science teacher, while the eco-warrior Greens are all too familiar of a child gone horribly wrong. The loony king is the type that wants government to reduce airport capacity by grounding 90 per cent of all flights now reducing the number of landing slots, cutting down the size and the number of runways. Eventually perhaps closing whole airports.
A genre of music that is simply too diverse to define correctly.more...
Not all metal is aggressive, not all metal is fast, not all metal is about killing, not all metal is about Satan, and ALL metal is talented sophisticated music (save for the bands that just suck).
Metal has to be split up into multiple sub-genres because of how diverse it is.
Heavy Metal - generally refers to late 70s/early 80s bands that have their sound rooted in hard rock. Can also describe bands that don't really fit into any other sub-genre. Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, and Iron Maiden are the big 3 bands of heavy metal, but earlier hard rock bands like Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple are sometimes called heavy metal.
Speed Metal - a type of heavy metal that is faster and can have influences of punk in their rhythms. Not many bands are exclusively referred to as speed metal, because speed metal is hardly distinguishable from thrash metal. Motorhead and Venom, two British bands, are sometimes regarded as definitive of the style.
Thrash Metal - this happened after the New Wave of British Heavy Metal when American bands started to combine it with elements of hardcore punk (there are many other genres to combine punk with metal as well). Bands in this genre play fast riffs with a lot of palm muting and the guitars are often tuned to standard E or standard E flat; many of these guitarists are trained musicians and guitar solos are prevalent. Vocalists can sing (generally in a virtuoso style) shout, or in so...