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  1. On one hand, I see why people get upset at the use of the term djent. It wasn’t meant to be used as a term for a sub genre. But, on another note, everyone knows what people mean when we use the term djent. I think it’s become a very complex adjective. Personally, I can’t be upset. I think “djent” is much easier to say than “progressive metal with complex polyrhythms, high-gain sharp-attack tones, and tight noise gates.” I don’t mind. New words are introduced into our language and they serve their purpose. To communicate better. Can’t be upset at that.
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