This term describes the logos of what are mostly Deathcore, Metalcore, Hardcore, or any other kind of -core bands that are "scratchy", meaning they have lots of extraneous lines that usually represent veins or blood tracks. This usually can make them illegible.
A: Yeah, I like this band Annotations of an Autopsy, but I don't want to buy their scratchy logo shirt.
B: Why not?
A: Cause I know if I get one people will just squint at my shirt until I tell them what it is. And I won't tell them what it is. Waste of time.
|2.||The Epic Chord Progression|
The same four chords used in nearly every hit song which could be defined as "epic". Many people are fooled by the various transpositions, but its all the same stuff. The most popular progression of course being Em, C, G, D (just one example). Please note, the progression can start on any one of the chords, but it will include the other three invariably.
(First noted by a pair of absurdly innovative Oregon high school students).
Musically Uninformed Person:more...
"OMG! I love Owl City, they talk to my core being and are soooo origional!1!!!"
Musically Informed Person:
"You're a bitch slave to the music industry"
"Well Jim, we found this new hot young singer who dresses really fuckin' weird like, so they're gonna love her, but she can't write music for shit!"
"Well that's no problem! Just throw the epic chord progression at 'em with an edgy music video and they'll eat it right up!"
Just to name a few:
Apologize by One Republic
Lost by Coldplay
Numb by Linkin Park
It's My Life by Bon Jovi
Behind These Hazel Eyes by Kelly Clarkson
All You Wanted by Michelle Branch
Snow Hey Oh by RHCP
The Scientist by Coldplay