Desecrate

Desecrate
Subgénero del Rock, también llamado New Punk o Gore Punk surgido a principios del 2004, de la mano de Caminos del Sonido, banda que recibió el apelativo de "Profanadores del Punk" tras la edición de Telebasura, su primer álbum. El Desecrate se caracteriza por tratarse de temas musicalmente mas elaborados que el Punk, pero letras que únicamente tratan de levantar polémica, por encima de ideologías, creencias...etc. Además de que la voz solista trata de ser gutural, al estilo del Death Metal La mayoría de los grupos Desecrate que cantan alabanzas contra Dios está compuesto por cristianos creyentes.

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  • Desecrate — Des e*crate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Desecrated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Desecrating}.] [L. desecratus, p. p. of desecrare (also desacrare) to consecrate, dedicate; but taken in the sense if to divest of a sacred character; de + sacrare to consecrate, fr …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • desecrate — index contaminate, contemn, debase, dishonor (deprive of honor), impair, misemploy, mistreat, pollute, tarnish …   Law dictionary

  • desecrate — (v.) 1670s, formed from de do the opposite of (see DE (Cf. de )) + stem of CONSECRATE (Cf. consecrate). O.Fr. had dessacrer to profane, and there is a similar formation in Italian; but L. desecrare meant to make holy, with de in this case having… …   Etymology dictionary

  • desecrate — [v] abuse, violate befoul, blaspheme, commit sacrilege, contaminate, defile, depredate, desolate, despoil, devastate, devour, dishonor, make lose face*, mess up*, pervert, pillage, pollute, profane, prostitute, ravage, sack*, spoil, spoliate,… …   New thesaurus

  • desecrate — ► VERB ▪ treat (something sacred) with violent disrespect. DERIVATIVES desecration noun desecrator noun. ORIGIN from DE (Cf. ↑de ) + a shortened form of CONSECRATE(Cf. ↑consecration) …   English terms dictionary

  • desecrate — [des′i krāt΄] vt. desecrated, desecrating [ DE (sense 4) + (CON)SECRATE] to take away the sacredness of; treat as not sacred; profane desecrater n. desecrator …   English World dictionary

  • desecrate — UK [ˈdesɪˌkreɪt] / US [ˈdesəˌkreɪt] verb [transitive] Word forms desecrate : present tense I/you/we/they desecrate he/she/it desecrates present participle desecrating past tense desecrated past participle desecrated to deliberately spoil… …   English dictionary

  • desecrate — transitive verb ( crated; crating) Etymology: de + secrate (as in consecrate) Date: 1675 1. to violate the sanctity of ; profane < desecrate a shrine > 2. to treat disrespectfully …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • desecrate — verb /ˈdɛs.ɪ.kreɪt,ˈdɛs.ə.kreɪt/ a) To profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something. Its reform reform! Youre going to turn over a new leaf, and all that, and sign the pledge, and quit cigars, and go to work, and pay your debts, and …   Wiktionary

  • desecrate — verb Desecrate is used with these nouns as the object: ↑grave …   Collocations dictionary

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