a musical and cultural movement that began in the early 80s in Los Angeles, that was remarkably similar to goth, and therefore eventually subsumed by that genre, causing a permanent inferiority complex among Americans in the scene; deathrock was different from goth in being louder, more angry (rather than sad), and mixing more alcohol into the speed-and-heroin blend; predominant bands include 45 Grave and Christian Death

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