Grind — A genre of music derived from Death Metal and Hardcore Punk.
Grind Party — A term derived from Lock-Up used to describe any event that involves music predicted to be enjoyable.
Bullshit — Used to describe great music.
Bullshit — Used to describe terrible music.
Angular — Dynamic rather than simple. Used as a positive.
Shapes — A word with little meaning. Generally used to describe an appreciation of drumming.
Whammy Bar — A guitar related tool related directly to Wanking.
Masturbation/Wanking — When a guitarist solos either for too long, or in a way that shows his technical abilities without bettering the song.
Crusty — People who do not shower daily who listen to Hardcore Punk.
De-Esser — An effect used to stop the embarrassing distortion that occurs on cheap microphones that makes it sound like somebody has a lisp.
Tight — An enjoyable performance.
Tight — Musicians who are technically competent but unenjoyable.
Atmospheric — Music that uses repetition, fake orchestral instrumentation, or long songs to appear more dynamic and interesting. People who use this term can often be seen holding invisible oranges.
Filth/Filthy — A raw performance or sound that was captivating.
Filth/Filthy — A raw performance or sound that was terrible.
Load In — An inaccurate estimation of when bands are expected to arrive at a venue prior to Doors.
Doors — A time designated 30 to 45 minutes before anything happens.
Concert — A performance by musicians that have been played on the radio. Used by people who do not go to gigs.
Gig — A performance by musicians that have never been played on the radio.
Post — A word attached to any other genre to feign originality.
Waves — Based on eras of music before vaguely significant changes were made without changing a genre name.
Metallic Hardcore — A series of unoriginal bands who worship at the altar of Converge.
Djent — A series of unoriginal bands who worship at the altar of Meshuggah.
Metalcore — A series of unoriginal bands who worship at the altar of At The Gates without knowing it.
Post-Hardcore — A term used to describe Metalcore by young people ignorant of who Fugazi and At The Drive In are.