Nu-“metal” (really rap rock) bands Korn and Slipknot were banned by an American military captain heading a command post according to a Department of Defense memo posted to Twitter by a United States Marine. Also forbidden from being played at all hours were late 90s and early 2000s butt rock bands Smashmouth, Nickelback, and Creed. The reason for the officer banning the playing of the groups’ music in totality was that they were “terrible.” Hopefully this officer has his wits about him and bans metalcore and hipster whine rock if whichever imbecile was playing rap rock moves onto other styles of “terrible” rock music.
Tags: butt rock, Korn, nu-metal, rap rock, slipknot, terrible
6 thoughts on “Rap Rock Banned At DoD Command Post”
This man deserves some sort of medal for this act of honor.
Looking through the comments, i found this whore Maggie Serota @maggieserota. Her twats are painful to read, someone please send her whatever is floating the sadistic metal reviews bowl, I’m sure she’ll dine on it with grim quim.
no way this shit is real
2000s butt rock was da gr8st tho.
There are worse things in life! I once was a conscript sailor aboard a German frigate stuffed with ardent Queen fans. By the time this ordeal was other, I could reproduce all lyrics Queen ever wrote from memory.
Who would have thought that sailors like Freddie?
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