Lolicat;2137404 said:Where are all you guys saying punk usually? Come on, I'm practically alone amongst the progs here!
Insane3;2137269 said:The idea is not to decide which is better but which people like the most.
Onslaught_fei;2137677 said:Really, cause the OP specifically asks which is better.
JerryBrudos;2138030 said:I also hate the whole punk style, especially wearing a tie with an otherwise normal or somewhat ratty outfit, that has to be among the most visually displeasing things I've ever seen
King_Nuthin;2138052 said:Yes, spandex pants, big white moonboot size basketball shoes, acid wash jean vests and teased hair is so much more appealing.
instantdeath999;2138090 said:If you're going to assume all metal is Glam, than I can also assume all punk is pop-punk...
King_Nuthin;2138221 said:That was actually pretty typical of all metal people in the 80s, glam or otherwise, but I'm pretty sure my point sailed over your head.
thedaniel;2138264 said:Both are good, but I prefer punk myself. I wish both genres could get along though, because they are quite similar.I was actually at a co-headlining show between Against Me! (before they were making generic pop songs and still playing punk) and Mastodon. And I was standing next to a guy wearing a Mastodon shirt, and during AM!'s set he noticed that I was a fan of AM!. And then about 10 minutes after they ended he said "PUNK SUCKS!" and punched me in the face.I just wish the genres could get along.
Onslaught_fei;2138277 said:They do get along and have gotten along historically for a long time. Look how many times theyve ****ed each other and made a baby. Speed metal & NWOBHM being the first. Then you have thrash, crust, grindcore, grunge, metalcore, crossover, etc...
thedaniel;2138289 said:I thought they got along too, but then I got punched in the face. My thoughts have since been revised.
Onslaught_fei;2138235 said:Where can I get pics of Slayer looking like this. That would be awesome.
King_Nuthin;2138314 said:Slayer no, but Maiden, Megadeth and plenty of others all had 2 or 3 of those 4 elements working simultaneously.