|Stylistic Origins||rock, reggae, sludge metal|
|Typical Instruments||electric guitar, acoustic guitar, drums, male vocals|
Man-chorus is a subgenre of rock, metal, and reggae that emphasizes multiple male vocalists.
Yeti drew some influence from this genre early on.
Instrumentally, man-choruses use a simple guitar track. Drums are not commonly used, but they do appear in some tracks. The major focus is on the vocals. At least two male vocalists perform vocals, but three or more are also typical. The vocal parts can be in unicen or dualing. Lyrically, the material focuses on masculinity and related topics, such as rebellion and bacon.