21 Songs To Scream Along To When You're In A REALLY Bad Mood

21 Songs To Scream Along To When You're In A REALLY Bad Mood

If you're the kind of person that needs power music to make you feel better when you're seeing red, then you're in luck.
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Sometimes you're just in a really bad mood. Maybe you overheard a bigot spewing stupidity; maybe you slept through your alarm or maybe you had a fight with a friend. Regardless, sometimes you just need that perfect angry song to scream along to. If so, you're in luck. Here's a list of passion-fueled songs for plenty of occasions.


1. "I Hate Everything About You" by Three Days Grace

"I hate everything about you,
Why do I love you?"

2. "Break Stuff" by Limp Bizkit (explicit)

"My suggestion, is to keep your distance
Cause right now I'm dangerous."

3. "Shut Up" by Simple Plan

"Shut up, shut up, shut up, don't wanna hear it
Get out, get out, get out, get out of my way
Step up, step up, step up, you'll never stop me
Nothing you say today is gonna bring me down."


4. "One Step Closer" by Linkin Park

"Everything you say to me
(Takes me one step closer to the edge, I'm about to break)
I need a little room to breathe
('Cause I'm one step closer to the edge, I'm about to break)"



5. "Smack Down" by Thousand Foot Krutch

"Come on, let's kick it, let's all get wicked
Put your hands in the sky for a one-way ticket
C'mon!

"

6. "Always" by Saliva

"I love you, I hate you, I can't get around you,

I breathe you, I taste you, I can't live without you,

I just can't take anymore, this life of solitude

I guess that I'm out the door, and now I'm done with you"

7. "I Will Not Bow" by Breaking Benjamin

"I will not bow, I will not break
I will shut the world away
I will not fall, I will not fade,
I will take your breath away."


8. "This is Gonna Hurt" by Sixx: A.M.

"Listen up, listen up
There's a devil in the church
Put a bullet in the chamber and,
This is gonna hurt."


9. "Mama Said Knock You Out" by Five Finger Death Punch, Tech N9ne (explicit; originally by LL Cool J)

"I'm gonna knock you out,
Mama said knock you out!"

10. "Sick of It" by Skillet

"Are you over it, bored to death,
Have you had enough regret?
Take a stand, raise your hand,
If you're sick of it!"

11. "Undead" by Hollywood Undead (explicit)

"You better get up out the way,
Tomorrow I'll rise, so let's fight today."

12."State of My Head" by Shinedown

"All eyes are seeing red,
Double vision on the blood we shed,
The only way I'm leaving is dead,
That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head,"


13. "Scream" by Troy Bolton (High School Musical 3)

"I can't choose, so confused,
What's the right thing?
I want my own dream,
So bad I'm gonna SCREAM"


14. "F*** You" by Lilly Allen (explicit)

"'Cause we hate what you do,
And we hate your whole crew
So please don't stay in touch

"

16. "Face Down" by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

"Do you feel like a man
When you push her around?
Do you feel better now,
As she falls to the ground?"




17. "Remember the Name" by Fort Minor ft. Styles of Beyond

"This is 10% luck, 20% skill,
15% concentrated power of will
5% pleasure, 50% pain,
And 100% reason to remember the name."


(I'm sorry, I had to.)

18. "Go to Hell" by Go Radio

"Take your someone else and let me make this crystal clear that
I don't need your help
And I'm okay by myself
You can go to hell"


18. "Carnivore" by Starset

"Carnivore! Carnivore!
Could you come and change me?
Take away everything I am.
Everything I am."



20. "Die in a Fire" by The Living Tombstone ft. ElieMonty & Orko

"I hope you die in a fire,
Hope you get stabbed in the heart,
Hope you get shot and expire."


21. "It's My Life" by Bon Jovi

"It's my life,
It's now or never
I ain't gonna life forever
I just wanna live while I'm alive."



There you have it. 20 of the best songs to yell along to if you're in a bad mood. If you're like me, and it takes a lot more than this to make you feel better about whatever set you off, you can check out this awesome playlist on Spotify for your listening pleasure.

Happy jamming.

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GSMST’s International Night Has Shown Me The Diverse Cultural Aspect Of Gwinnett County That Forsyth County Lacks

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For the past few years, I have always wanted to go to the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology's International Night! I have seen people's snapchat stories and Instagram posts on how excited and different it actually is compared from our regular high school international night.

However this year, I had the opportunity to come and support my friend's group that was performing at GSMST's international night. I finally had the option to go and see the international night they everyone goes to. My friend Maham and I decided to go and cheer for our friend's team.

A week before international night, we figured out our outfits and bought our tickets. We originally thought international night was late like around 6:30 p.m.-ish. However we found out on that day that it was from 3 to 7 p.m. I thought to myself, "Wow it's going to be lame since it is starting that early, like who starts that early!"

Anyways, Maham and I were somewhat late and decided to get in line for the performances. The line was triple times longer and the amount of security was crazy. There was even a teacher on top of a table to make sure kids weren't cutting in line! We waited a whole hour in the hot, sweaty line. I was very surprised to see how seriously the security was taken at GSMST.

I know at my school there aren't 20 officers roaming around and looking at your wristband during international night. And there were teachers every two feet away to make sure you would not cut the line. I saw these two girls right behind us who cut through the line, and five minutes late they were sent to the back of the line.

It felt so weird how seriously they took the security over there. While we were in line we met the performers and told them good luck before we went inside to find a seat. Now, I was expecting the performances to be in a auditorium however as we were walked past the security, we realized it was in the cafeteria.

We were lucky and found front and center seats close to the place where the performers were seen best. We sat down patiently waiting for our friend to perform. When we looked at the list, we found out that Jazba, their team name, was performing last.

I whispered to Maham, "They saved the best for last" And she agreed.

Looking all the performances, there was something from each culture. It felt really weird seeing this much diversity because at my high school the only performances are Bollywood and like some type of American dance form. One by one each performance taught me something about their specific culture and then comes our best friend, Rhea's performance.

We quickly pull out our phones and start to scream as the performers come on stage. As soon as the music dropped, they killed all the moves and added a bunch of extra spins and jumps that made the audience scream their lungs out!

I recorded their dance performance video, but now when I go back at it, all I can hear is my screams. The vibe we all were getting from the performance was on another level. It caused the audience to jump out of their seats and dance to the beat of the music.

After their performance, we eagerly went up and hugged the whole team and told them how they killed it on stage! When I was walking about with Maham and Rhea back to the performer's room, Rhea asked me how was GSMST's international night? That's when I realized how different their international night is from my international night.


International night is meant for a diversity of people from all different backgrounds of the world and what each culture has to offer to the world. I was definitely excited going to my first GSMST international night, and I suggest you to come as well to learn something from their unique school!

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