BACKSTORY: So in recent months, what's been unfolding is one guy I knew who I guess you could call a "pioneer" for "the scene" (he was a show promoter) has finally been going through a divorce as his wife put up the wall of "it's the band or me". Apparently a few more guys saw that his band was getting out and gigging, and decided they wanted to jump that wagon. Hanging out with all these bands is kind of like something out of Hot Tub Time Machine; We're all a decade older, we all still listen to the same ****, and honestly it's nice to see something that went away for so many years come back. CURRENT: So I'm reading the posts of another band guy and this guy's going "I put out the LINKS, I put up the TRACKS, and I STILL get ****in morons that have reading comprehension problems that don't know what I'm even talking about!" Facebook as it is, the conversation whirred and winded down to its usual state of nothingness, but I had a thought to myself: "What if bands like SOD (Stormtroopers of Death) or DRI (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles) had to deal with craigslist in the 80s? What if they had to describe just WHAT IT'S ABOUT? Would they even be able to do it?" It was crossover; the genre that got it's name from the fact that it took parts of metal, parts of punk, that while people were jamming to one or the other people would "cross over it" in developing either one of the styles, would ultimately turn that mishmash into a style! And I guess what I'm trying to get at is, how do you describe just what it is that gets you off in the music game, and avoid art of running into comments like "I don't know what the **** you're talking about"?