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06-01-2012, 04:22 PM
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screamo, post-hardcore & 90's eurodance:

One Morning Left - BD_L3ftoverz!


One Morning Left - !liaF cipE


One Morning Left - Reetu Inda House

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06-01-2012, 04:47 PM
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Can't stand it. I really consider it one of the lowest forms of music. I'll listen to a marathon of dubstep before I listen to 3 of these songs in one day.

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06-01-2012, 06:50 PM
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Damn, I'm feeling old. Somewhere around 2002-2003 fashioncore took a turn for the worst and we lost the term 'post-hardcore' for good..

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06-01-2012, 07:48 PM
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Not really sure where you draw the line between what's considered metal and what this thread is focused on but I think these fit the bill pretty well



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06-02-2012, 01:46 AM
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Can't stand it. I really consider it one of the lowest forms of music. I'll listen to a marathon of dubstep before I listen to 3 of these songs in one day.
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Not really sure where you draw the line between what's considered metal and what this thread is focused on but I think these fit the bill pretty well


Yep. All good examples.

I'm really trying to get into the electronic style metalcore.




Shame both these bands have broken up.


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06-15-2012, 12:40 AM
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Another new FATS song! I'm so stoked for the album!

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I like some of the more metallic metalcore, but stuff like this isn't my thing at all.

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06-15-2012, 11:23 AM
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Another new FATS song! I'm so stoked for the album!
ya i just downloaded this album but havent had a chance to listen yet maybe ill give it ago today.

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06-15-2012, 12:48 PM
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ya i just downloaded this album but havent had a chance to listen yet maybe ill give it ago today.
They're my favorite band so I'm super excited.

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06-15-2012, 08:53 PM
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They're my favorite band so I'm super excited.
so the album leaked so a lot of the songs can be found on youtube.

Here's one and you can find some others in the recommendation posts on the side.

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Just started listening to a band from Norway called Wolves Like Us. Fantastic stuff.




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06-15-2012, 11:32 PM
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They're my favorite band so I'm super excited.
I listened to it today and I thought it was pretty good it was the first time I've actually listen to em.

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06-16-2012, 08:02 AM
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I'm surprised there's still people listening to post-hardcore music. Thought the turn would've happened already, the same way it happened with nu-metal before it, alternative before that, grunge before that and hair metal before that. Every school generation, every 4-5 years, has their thing and metalcore was that from the mid oughts.


Man, Soundgarden and Alice and Chains are on classic rock stations now, that means in 10 years it'll be One Step Closer and Down With The Sickness. What a crazy world.
Yea man, people were only into metalcore in the mid 00's, no one listened to Converge, Pg.99, Orchid, or Ampere in the 90's. Nope.

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I listened to it today and I thought it was pretty good it was the first time I've actually listen to em.
Yeah it's way different then their older stuff.

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These guys are pretty good, bought they're new album (Daybreaker) 2 weeks ago

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Miss May I released their new album Tuesday, and I was never a fan of them before, but they brought the ruckus on this one. Solid, solid release.

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Outspoken just dropped! Squee!

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I don't understand how a formula of Justin Bieber/Yellowcard-esque pop punk vocals contrasted with death metal screaming set to double kicks, power chords, and infinite pull offs/hammer ons can translate into a successful genre long-term. The bands that are going to last introduce at least some new artistic ideas into the blend, and have stronger lyrics. (Most of the genre seems to be a mix of pop-punk quality lyrics with the odd metal cliche).

Anyone listen to ****ed Up? Up for the Polaris Music Prize this year.

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06-19-2012, 01:32 AM
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Yea man, people were only into metalcore in the mid 00's, no one listened to Converge, Pg.99, Orchid, or Ampere in the 90's. Nope.
hey finally someone mentioned a band I like. (Converge). Petitioning the empty sky is an awesome album.

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06-19-2012, 01:44 AM
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New Chelsea Grin dropped too! Yay!

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06-19-2012, 06:17 AM
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I don't understand how a formula of Justin Bieber/Yellowcard-esque pop punk vocals contrasted with death metal screaming set to double kicks, power chords, and infinite pull offs/hammer ons can translate into a successful genre long-term. The bands that are going to last introduce at least some new artistic ideas into the blend, and have stronger lyrics. (Most of the genre seems to be a mix of pop-punk quality lyrics with the odd metal cliche).

Anyone listen to ****ed Up? Up for the Polaris Music Prize this year.
And this is why Enter Shikari reigns supreme.

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06-21-2012, 12:28 AM
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Yeah it's way different then their older stuff.
I've listened to the cd a few more times and I gotta say I'm really loving it actually. Got some great lyrics that I feel I can relate to in a way.

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DGD!!! jonny craig <3


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Grazhdanskay Oborona (Civil Defense). Some russian classic.

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Just downloaded all of I See Stars's stuff produced so far. Love this band.

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