Screaming of the music isn't always emo or goth.I don't understand people that complain about the "screaming" in emo music or goth. The "screaming" is the release of pent up pain and frustration and madness. Those are the driving themes of the song. But this is rare in music, when the "screaming" has a meaning. I think it quite disappointing, actually. But when there's a reason, I find the song has a wonderful, great meaning to it.
Why must insanity be such an abused word? "Oh my gosh! Look at her! She's crazy! xD" "Ah! No! xD She's 'Insane!'" " You're crazy! xD" "No! I'm insane! XP" Insanity is a word that shouldn't be meant as a word that is meant as another word for "Strange" or "weird"There's two different kinds of meaning for the REAL "insanity". 1) The most common one. The one where you feel as if everything is funny and murdering someone is the funniest thing ever. 2) I have FELT this one, not meaning I have this kind of insanity. But it's pure torture. The one where you feel as if something is possessing you to kill everyone you see.... It also feels as if you're in horrible pain.... As if you want to scream in pain. When it came to me, I was at school. It was at music. A violin was set on my desk and I suddenly had the feeling to hit someone in the back of the head with it, hard enough to kill them... That feeling grew up in me more and more in till I couldn't