Dubstep Head Bangin' Goth Rockers
"I Am My Reason" could be said to belong to a category of music once inhabited by old pop-punk groups like Evanescence and Linkin Park; using a mixture of heavy digital effects, builds, breaks, drops, distortion, and fist-pumping anthem vocals to create a full and dynamic sound. Why Oh Why?, however, goes a bit farther creatively, drawing on more modern EDM subgenres like dubstep to add further oomph to its stadium-style lyrical hooks. The producer obviously has a wide variety of sounds at his or her fingertips, and uses them elegantly, all the way up to the soft music box sample at the song's dramatic conclusion. This is a song I would have totally rocked out to back in my earlier years, and would go great with black eyeliner and spike necklaces.
"I Am My Reason" would be an excellent theme song for Early Rebellion