1. The people who crack and release games, movies, music, and software. The Scene is broken into groups and has guidelines for releases. It looks down upon it's releases being shared with people outside of the scene. Releases all follow a similar format:
2. People who dress up in mostly black clothes and dye their hair multiple colors.
3. A magazine at Warez-BB. Actually titled theSCENE.
1. The Scene: RELOADED (games), Razor1911 (games), SKIDROW (games), DEFiANCE (movies), NoTV (TV Shows), LOL (TV Shows), VoMiT (movies), DoNE (movies), CTU (720p TV), ViTALiTY (games), plus many more
aXXo is not in the fucking scene. He/She/It doesn't include an nfo or follow standards.
A blanket term used to describe the underground modern rock scene which is formed by the amalgamation of Emo's, Hardcore Kids, 13 Year Old girls, and Myspace Whores. It has its earliest roots in the punk movements of the 70s and 80s, that took place in rock clubs on 2 continents, but went through a great metamorphosis with the advent of Myspace and the Internet. Myspace music's user base, which consisted mainly of the above became exposed to styles from metalcore to pop-punk which would have never occurred otherwise. Today, it is a strange creature with its denizens enjoying everything from Bring Me the Horizon to All Time Low. Events such as Warped Tour and Bamboozle and publications such as Alternative Press have helped to further stitch together this patchwork of people and music styles. It has made a major impact on the music industry by increasing the importance of the internet as a distribution medium. This comes as no surprise since many of today's radio-rock bands started in it(AA Rejects, Fallout Boy) and got their first tastes of success through the net.
However, the scene is not without its critics. Some argue that it has cheapened the value of music as anyone with internet access can start a band. Others criticize it for its loud and obnoxious denizens.
The scene is an eco-system consisting of scene babies, straight-edge kids, hardcore kids, &f.s.d.
The scene babies mainly feed on a plant called Blue Onion (a secret blend of herbs &spices &local bands which started the scene) which they eat because they are vegan. They have sex with only other scene babies &involuntarily have sex with hardcore kids. They serve no real purpose. While the straight-edge kids spend a majority of their time in a coffee shop feeding on coffee beans, they do not reproduce with anyone because it's against their morals. (Their symbol for straight-edge usually consists of three x's "XXX"). Hardcore (aka "hxc") kids are found mainly at Cornerstone &wherever they can pray on the scene babies. Eating scene babies makes them hard, so they reproduce with them first. They don't have much of a purpose, but they do deliver some pretty sweet break-downs. When it comes down to F.S.D. however, they are only found in concert halls waiting on the availability of band members to give them dome. They wear band shirts such as Chiodos &Boys Like Girls while they deliver this dome. Don't get me wrong, they don't reproduce, only give dome.
This system is based on true logic &The Scene is growing rapidly.
(There are also stoners but they're too awesome to put into the scene system with the others)
hxc kid- "Hey are you a scene baby?"
scene baby- "Yeah why are you hxc?"
hxc kid- "Sure am!"
*scene baby runs away screaming*
f.s.d.- "I'm f.s.d. want some dome?"
hxc kid- "Sure do!"
straightedge kid- "that's not right!"
stoner- "those kids from the scene need to smoke a blunt".
A term used to describe the large collection of punk-derivative "core" bands, their fans, and their culture. The bands can play a variety of sub genres , ranging from metalcore, emo, and post-hardcore, to pop-punk and melodic hardcore. Fans are stereotypically middle and high school aged girls, but there is a good portion of young adults and males in the Scene as well. Some of the more popular bands that were included in the Scene are My Chemical Romance, early Fall Out Boy, and Pierce the Veil.