0 of 15 questions.
Where does the goth subculture take its inspiration from?
What are some of the different types of goth?
Can someone just "become" goth?
Which band is goth?
Which band is deathrock?
The goth genre was born out of a punk umbrella genre, which one was it?
When and where did the subculture originate?
Which genres are considered "goth"?
Goth rock, post-punk (sometimes), darkwave, deathrock, coldwave, ethereal wave and gothabilly (arguably).
Death metal, extreme metal, symphonic metal, black metal
EBM, electro, dark electro, classical, minimal wave
Anything that's considered "dark"
Metalcore, deathcore, grindcore, scene music
subculture has certain aspects which make the subculture what it is. What are they?
Which subculture is goth more related to than anything?
What is the correct term for a "fake" goth?
What is the correct term for a mainstream / trendy goth?
What is the correct term for someone just getting into the subculture?
What is the most important aspect of the subculture, the aspect that every goth should have in common?
Lastly, what are some root characteristics of the goth genre?
Dry baritone vocals, drum machine, atmospheric guitar, prominent bass, sinister 80s keyboards in minor key and romantic / introspective lyrics.
High pitched shrieking vocals, blast beats, minimalistic guitar, muted bass, low fi recordings, heavy distortion.
Hard danceable electronic beats, slightly distorted electronic vocals with reverb and synthesizers.