Top 10 Scariest Music Genres Ever

Take a look at the below list of Top 10 Scariest Music Genres Ever until 2017. Music regardless of its genre has existed for thousands upon thousands of years. It has the ability to give one the inspiration to write, dance, sing and cry, but lately the effect on the human brain hard core and scary music genres have is controversial.

To classify music of this genre is also difficult for without truly knowing the attraction it has on a particular minority, it can only remain inconclusive therefore, the list of the Top 10 Scariest Music Genres Ever is presented in no particular order or sequence.

List of Top 10 Scariest Music Genres Ever until 2017

10. Brutal Death Metal

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Aggressive and excessive, this music genre is in many opinions not a genre at all but instead a myriad of direction-less vocal screams with no particular tune accompanied by heavy guitar distortions. Brutal Death Metal is a sub-genre of Death Metal that incorporates highly irritating distortion of low tuned guitars, growling and screaming vocals with powerful drum beats. Like evil personified, lyrics often refer to religion, occultism, torture, rape, necrophilia and cannibalism. Greeting death and vengeance come with bands like Slayer, Venom and Celtic Frost.

9. Witch House


This is a genre that lost its power through thoughtless composure of lyrics that had nothing more to offer than rape, murder, drugs and witchcraft. Inspired by the TV show ‘Twin Peaks’ the music is a collection of radically slowed remixes of hip-hop. Originating in early 2010 it is occult-themed with an unimpressive use of synthesisers and drum machines, indiscernible vocals that are simply repetitious. Nothing about this genre carried impressive lyrics thus, it has not been well received.

8. Pagan Black Metal


Having originated in Europe, Pagan Black Metal has threaded a confused tapestry of extreme heavy metal music that leans heavily toward pseudo-satanic Devil worshipping. The lyrics make little sense since they are written in archaic languages and are usually sung by extremely bad voices, hence the lack of impressive following. In fact while some lyrics are sung in the language of their country, it is usually bad spirited stuff and is doom and very bleak. It’s a genre that had nothing impressive to offer at all.

7. Powerviolence


Powerviolence is a hard-core punk rock genre that originated in California in the late eighties. Harsh and inharmonious, the ‘music’ is loud with grizzly, discordant vocals. Closely related to thrashcore, although only an amplification of hardcore punk, it has nothing to offer but blasts of drum beat without rhythm. The sound rapidly changes tempo switching from extremely fast to beyond slow then back to fast. Lyrics are incomprehensible over the strident and very aggressive music. Powerviolence creates chaos with its unpredictable sound.

6. Rock Against Communism


Born in the United Kingdom, this form of punk music originated in 1978. It was a genre of rock music that had people shaving their heads, covering themselves with tattoos and wearing bomber jackets. It’s a genre that expresses racism and for a time, while it survived, proved unhinged and frightening, particularly whilst expressing prejudiced sentiments. Led by small minded vocals it was a genre that eventually faded although there are remnants that remain.

5. Crack Rock Steady


This genre is alternative Indie; a combination of ska, which originated in Jamaica in the late ’50’s, punk, reggae that also originated in Jamaica and hard-core metal. With expressions of anti-establishment, the lyrics are rapidly screamed and encourage atheism with frequent swearing. Crack rock steady bands, called such after the drug, crack cocaine also encourage vandalism, squatting, and theft. It’s a genre that originated in New York City and endorses suggestions that urge listeners kill police and burn down the churches and smoke crack cocaine. This is one of the Top 10 Scariest Music Genres Ever until 2017.

4. Juggalo


Founded in 2000 this is a mixture of genres. Predominantly hip hop and rock, there is horrorcore and hardcore similar to that of Psychopathic Records artists. Juggalo is recognised by its clown image rather than it’s sound. However, its music calls for fans and bands to wear clown face paint whilst communication is via gang signs. The music leans toward violent hard core hip-hop and encourages robbery, assault, selling drugs, and even murder.

3. Gabba


Gabba is purely electronic sound that cannot claim the title of being music. It is hard-core electronic noise with a bass drum that is so rapid it sounds harsh and aggressive. The vocals are distorted screams and often altered in pitch. Gabba meaning ‘Buddy’ in Dutch, is often punctuated with cursing with an emphasis on drug use and committing violent acts. Gabba is a sound that hails from Rotterdam in the Netherlands. It remained in ‘vogue’ for a decade in the very early eighties to nineties and was sped up techno. Its bass was distorted and its drums were from machines which gave no foundation to the voices that sang. The lyrics and sound is irritating and harsh and simply failed to impress.

2. Horror Punk


Like it’s name, this genre is inspired by horror movies and takes much of its sound from science fiction. Its lyrics harbour a sound of punk rock with macabre lyrics and repulsive imagery designed to horrify and shock. This is a genre that embraces the Gothic tones of the seventies and was adopted by the band, the Misfits. Horror punk’s focus is on horror and murder with lyrics that are redolent of brutal death metal. Generally, although the songs relate to violent acts its sound is melodic, not grating or discordant.

1. Oi!


This music genre is purely British and embraces subcultures with odd musical movements. From an era when skinheads were the exception rather than the rule, the London punk band Cockney Rejects sang a song titled “Oi, Oi, Oi,” and tried desperately to inspire a genre that stemmed from punk rock instrumentation and themes in support of workers’ rights. Their aim was purely rebellion against the police and hinged heavily on their distrust of the government. This genre was more for rebellious acts and fighting in the streets but it was more an immature act of rebellion that would often just provoke fights between young men at concerts. It failed dismally to impress thereafter.

These above are the Top 10 Scariest Music Genres Ever until 2017. Punk, Hardcore and sub-genres of death metal is the breeding ground for prejudice, malevolence and hostility and like an addict, once it has penetrated the mind, it is difficult to release. It is the ‘musical’ expression of masculine anger, rebellion and insurgent behaviour. It is the preferred genre of a minority group of people who in their misguided ways are searching for the essence of complete and utter happiness. How disturbing that they could possibly find it here.

Top 10 Most Popular Cartoons in The World

Take a look at the below list of Top 10 Most Popular Cartoons in The World 2017. We all grew up watching cartoons. I remember waking up early on a Saturday morning eating a bowl of cereal, and sitting in front of the tv in my footed pajamas watching my favorite cartoons. Today, there is a much larger selection of cartoons, and many more channels to watch them on. Cartoons are not just for children anymore; there are even cartoons made just for adults. Cartoons make us laugh, teach us important life lessons, and introduce us to beloved characters we will treasure forever. Dolls, toys, video games, books, and movies have all been created of out favorite cartoon characters from these popular cartoon shows. Below, you will read about the top 10 most popular cartoons of 2017.

List of Top 10 Most Popular Cartoons in The World 2017

10. Family Guy

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Family Guy is a popular adult-themed cartoon that focuses on a more mature, older, adult generation. This is not a cartoon for young children. Family Guy stars the Griffins; a not-so-bright dad Peter, nagging wife Lois, awkward daughter Meg, not-so-bright son Chris, genius homicidal infant Stewie, and their pet dog Brian who can talk and drink martinis.

9. Teen Titans Go!


Everyone loves superheroes. They are all over, from comics to movies to tv shows, even cartoons. Teen Titans Go! is a popular cartoon based on the Teen Titans from DC Comics. The superheroes, Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Raven, and Beast Boy, are superhero roommates with special powers. They use their powers to save the world, do laundry, and go on mischievous adventures.

8. Ninjago


Legos have been a staple in children’s top boxes for years. Now, the children of today get to watch as their legos come to life. Ninjago is a popular cartoon about six lego-shaped ninjas living in, protecting, and defending their hometown island of Ninjago. When they are not using their skills and abilities to fight the bad guys, these six ninjas are in high school, just trying to get by.

7. Steven Universe


Steven Universe follows the adventures of a young boy that is half-gem as he learns how to control his mystical powers that were passed down to him from his mother. Steven Universe lives in Beach City, home of the three ancient warrior alines, the Crystal Gems. We watch as he and his friends help the Gems protect the world from monsters while Steven learns about his own powers and abilities.

6. Arthur


Arthur is an educational PBS show that stars main character Arthur, an eight year old aardvark. Arthur has graced our television screens and captured our children’s attentions continuously since 1996; making this the longest running children’s animated television series of all time. Arthur teaches children about growing up and features many of the same obstacles that occur during normal childhood. This is one of the Top 10 Most Popular Cartoons in The World 2017.

5. Gravity Falls


Gravity Falls is a popular cartoon that is centered on a twin brother and sister duo, Dipper Pines and Mabel Pines. The two spend their summer in the Town of Gravity Falls, with their great-uncle Stan. Stan owns a tourist trap in this mysterious town, and the kids are there to help him. After stumbling upon a mysterious journal in the forest, they begin a summer full of supernatural creatures, unraveling mysteries, and going on exciting adventures. This is another popular cartoon that attempts to show kids there is more to do with your summer than sit inside with their electronic devices.

4. Phineas and Ferb


Phineas and Ferb may have ended in 2015, but this Disney cartoon is still one of the most popular cartoons today. Children love to watch these step brothers as they create inventions, come up with innovative schemes, and outsmart their sister. While may kids today want to spend their summer vacation playing video games, Phineas and Ferb show them there are many other fun things they can do. Another main character, their pet platypus spends his days trying to protect the world from the evil Dr. Doofenshmitz.

3. Alvin and the Chipmunks


Alvin and the Chipmunks is a popular cartoon has been around in different shapes and forms since 1983. That’s more than three decades! The kids of the eighties and the kids of 2017 all love to watch the actions and adventures of Alvin, Simon, and Theodore. This chipmunk trio, that lives with human Dave, loves to sing and have big hearts. The chipmunks are mischievous and somehow always get into trouble, are super cute, and hilarious.

2. The Amazing World of Gumball


The Amazing World of Gumball first entered our lives and televisions in 2011. The Amazing World of Gumball features a main character, Gumball Watterson, as a twelve year old blue cat that attends middle school in the city of Elmore. He has an adopted goldfish brother Darwin, a bunny sister Anais, mom Nicole, and father Richard. We watch as Gumball gets into all kinds of mischief and misadventures with his brother by his side.

1. SpongeBob Squarepants


SpongeBob Squarepants was first introduced seventeen years ago, in 1999. This popular cartoon quickly rose to the top and became one of the most popular cartoons. Children, and adults, are not losing their interest in SpongeBob and his group of friends. This cartoon features the main character, SpongeBob, and his life in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. He works at the Krusty Krab with his neighbor Squidward, and restaurant owner, Mr Krabs. He has a group of friends, including Sandy, a squirrel, and Patrick, a starfish. SpongeBob Squarepants continues to dominate and is the most popular cartoon of 2017.

The cartoons are the most popular of 2017. Some of these popular cartoons feature new characters, others are older characters that have been around for years. Adults, as well as kids can enjoy watching these cartoons. Watching cartoons together, with your kids, is an excellent way to bond with your kids. It can also help you teach them important life lessons, and helps to open up the lines of communication at an early age. Educational cartoons also help your children to learn the basics like colors and counting.