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[SIZE="1"][COLOR="HotPink"]I just feel like talking about these genres since I started listening to a crap load of the stuff. I got in a deathcore band called [I]Kingdom Under Siege[/I], and ever since, I've been constantly blairing headache music. Love it, though.

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[B][B]Stick to Your Guns[/B]
Her Demise My Rise
The Devil Wears Prada
Underneath the Gun
For the Fallen Dreams
Miss May I
Stray From the Path
My Children My Bride
Carnifex
Winds of Plague
Embrace the End
Emmure
Bring Me the Horizon
Oceano
A Bullet for Pretty Boy
Underoath
This Runs Through
Attack Attack
My Hands to War
Here Comes the Kraken
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Whitechapel[/B]
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Cool, another person who is into heavy music. I tend to be into a little bit of a different heavy from yours usually, but I still think your list is solid, from the ones I know. The bands I usually like don't have the word "core" in their genre. I like Melodic Death Metal, Industrial Metal, Alternative Metal, Folk Metal, Metal, Nu-Metal, Progressive Metal, Experimental Metal, and Mixed Metal genres.

My Favorites of the genres I listed:

Scar Symmetry (Melodic Death Metal)
Mushroomhead (Experimental Metal)
System of a Down (Mixed Metal Genres)
Taproot (Nu-Metal)
Fair To Midland (Progressive and Folk Metal)
Black Flood Diesel (Metal)
VentanA (Industrial Metal)
Hour Cast (Alternative Metal)

My favorite one on your list is probably The Devil Wears Prada. Mainly because it's heavy but uses clean vocals as well. Underoath does that too but I don't like his singing voice, and it seams like screamo, not metal.
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You already know the score with me, Nomurah.


But you should just change it to "Hardcore and Subsequent Genres" or "Extreme Music", cuz I wanna talk about [b]A Day To Remember[/b] and [b]At The Gates[/b] and [b]Vader[/b] and [b]Decapitated[/b] and [b]Gallows[/b].

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You already know the score with me, Nomurah.


But you should just change it to "Hardcore and Subsequent Genres" or "Extreme Music", cuz I wanna talk about [b]A Day To Remember[/b] and [b]At The Gates[/b] and [b]Vader[/b] and [b]Decapitated[/b] and [b]Gallows[/b].

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[SIZE="1"][COLOR="hotPink"]ADTR's newer CD is pretty bomb. You should listen to For Today's new CD. You'd like it. I love it. It's heavvyyy. And crazyyy.
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[FONT="Palatino Linotype"]Let's not forget Iwrestledabearonce! They have a new CD out I think? I mean, listen to that GIRL growl and scream. Hell she even sounds like an angel when she's in hormony!

By the way Nomurah, Silverstein should go under UnderOath :p

Also, victory goes to HopscotchEyelid for mentoning Fair to Midland. Orphan Anthem is amazing and so is Granny Niblo. If you want to hear some of their old stuff, I suggest See, Saw and Stiffback. They're amazing songs. In fact, FTM is one of my all time favorite bands. So you get victory, haha![/font]
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[quote name='Nomurah!']Her Demise My Rise
The Devil Wears Prada
Miss May I
Stray From the Path
Carnifex
Embrace the End
Emmure
Bring Me the Horizon
A Bullet for Pretty Boy
This Runs Through
Attack Attack
My Hands to War
Here Comes the Kraken
xDEATHSTARx[/QUOTE]
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Generic breakdown-oriented bands are very generic.

Oceano are really good though, same with Winds.
I've recently started listening to more technical deathcore.
Stuff like Veil Of Maya, All Shall Perish, Whitechapel, After The Burial, and LOADS more. I just can't remember them right now, haha[/size]
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[COLOR="DarkGreen"]If I may cross the line over to death metal,(My old genera of choice.)
Nile.
Necrophagist.
Kill What I Adore.
Cannibal Corpse.
Opeth.
Dying Fetus.
Cock and Ball Torture.(PornoGrind genera)
Burning away.
Mashuga.

That was good stuff, now I listen to punk, ska, and jazz, go figure. [/COLOR]
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[SIZE="1"][COLOR="HotPink"]Hence the name and the two genres listed people...

Saw [B]Emmure[/B] Wednesday night. Was beautiful.

I like Veil of Maya, boothten. Considering most of the bands you pointed out as generic don't sound alike other than yes, they use breakdowns, considering that's a big part of what metalcore and deathcore is... I'm sure you havn't heard most of them. If you want technical stuff, the best technical deathcore band is probably [B]Born of Osiris[/B].[/COLOR][/SIZE]
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[quote name='Nomurah!'][SIZE="1"][COLOR="HotPink"]Hence the name and the two genres listed people...

Saw [B]Emmure[/B] Wednesday night. Was beautiful.

I like Veil of Maya, boothten. Considering most of the bands you pointed out as generic don't sound alike other than yes, they use breakdowns, considering that's a big part of what metalcore and deathcore is... I'm sure you havn't heard most of them. If you want technical stuff, the best technical deathcore band is probably [B]Born of Osiris[/B].[/COLOR][/SIZE][/QUOTE]

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You are correct sir. Also [b]War From A Harlot's Mouth[/b].[/color][/size]
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You are correct sir. Also [b]War From A Harlot's Mouth[/b].[/color][/size][/QUOTE]

[SIZE="1"][COLOR="HotPink"]I just recently started getting slightly into WFAHM... Good stuff. Have you heard [B]TDWP[/B]'s new album, Zen? It's by far the best, quite different than the one prior to it. By the way, check out [B]Her Demise My Rise[/B]. They're amazing. You'd like the song "Straight In Your Throat"... The opening line of it is:[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[I][U][B]"I'm cumming straight in your throat!" [/B][/U][/I]
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[quote name='Nomurah!'][SIZE="1"][COLOR="HotPink"]I just recently started getting slightly into WFAHM... Good stuff. Have you heard [B]TDWP[/B]'s new album, Zen? It's by far the best, quite different than the one prior to it. By the way, check out [B]Her Demise My Rise[/B]. They're amazing. You'd like the song "Straight In Your Throat"... The opening line of it is:[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[I][U][B]"I'm cumming straight in your throat!" [/B][/U][/I][/QUOTE]

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Hahaha, yeah, because there's nothing I like better than sexually explicit lyrics screamed at me. I'll check 'em out.

I bought I bought [b]The Devil Wear's Prada[/b]'s new album like, the week it cam out sir, and I agree, haha.

As for you, just listen to [b]Decapitated[/b]. Over and over again. Especially the songs "Spheres of Madness" and "Three Dimensional Defect". Straight, brutal, Polish death metal.[/color][/size]
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[quote name='Nomurah!']I like Veil of Maya, boothten. Considering most of the bands you pointed out as generic don't sound alike other than yes, they use breakdowns, considering that's a big part of what metalcore and deathcore is... I'm sure you havn't heard most of them. If you want technical stuff, the best technical deathcore band is probably [B]Born of Osiris[/B].[/COLOR][/SIZE][/QUOTE]
[size=1]You must not have heard After The Burial. Or the new All Shall Perish album.
BOO kinda of copied Veil Of Maya's sound. Veil started the whole super tech deathcore sound, and BOO took HEAVY influence from them.
Also, BOOs new cd is complete crap, it's more of them same as the last cd. I heard it about a month back (I'm friends with all the guys in the band) and it's just not... I don't know how to put it. Don't get me wrong it's the same old BOO, brute and techy as hell. But that's just it, it's the same old BOO.

After The Burial have to be one of my favorite bands at the moment.
They're like Veil/BOO, but they seriously kept going with the tech/brute sound and kept going with it. Lots of stutters and weird and off-tempo time signatures, but once you get it down it's all just amazing.



Up and coming show for me here in San Diego:

Devil Driver
Emmure
Stick To Your Guns
[b]Despised Icon
MyChildrenMyBride
Despised Icon
Veil Of Maya
For The Fallen Dreams
Oceano[/b]
Periphery
Thy Will Be Done

HOLYCRAPIJUSTcame.
Don't be jealous now, everyone.
;)
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Well I'm going to [b]Warped Tour[/b], so suck it!

But [b]Despised Icon[/b], while I'm not a big fan of them usually, put on a freaking amazing live show. I saw them at [b]Summer Slaughter Tour[/b] last year and had my mind blown.
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[quote name='Zen'][color=royalblue][size=1]

Well I'm going to [b]Warped Tour[/b], so suck it!

But [b]Despised Icon[/b], while I'm not a big fan of them usually, put on a freaking amazing live show. I saw them at [b]Summer Slaughter Tour[/b] last year and had my mind blown.
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[FONT="Palatino Linotype"]*Shoots with a bazooka*

Right now I'm trying to get some TDWP onto my computer. I feel like listening to Sassafras... okay screw it I'm listening to Spongebob Grindpants instead, haha![/FONT]
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I've been getting really into [b]underOATH[/b] recently, particularly the songs "When The Sun Sleeps" and:

[youtube= "Reinventing Your Exit" by underOATH]1TU8dvCJvsA[/youtube]

I'm super excited to seem them at Warped Tour, along with A Skylit Drive, A Day To Remember, Attack Attack!, and many others. It's going to be super beast.[/color][/size]
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[size=1]lulz, Underoath?
Define The Great Line was a great cd, they're utter sh!t live though.
No idea why they got mentioned in this thread though, haha

Anyone heard of Burning The Masses?
I've been friends with all of them since before they became a band
They're pretty big now though
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[quote name='boothten'][size=1]lulz, Underoath?
Define The Great Line was a great cd, they're utter sh!t live though.
No idea why they got mentioned in this thread though, haha
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Their early work was and is considered deathcore/metalcore, I don't see what else one would consider them other than maybe post-hardcore. But whatever. I picked up Suicide Silence's new CD, [b]No Time To Bleed[/b] and I am very pleased. While not every song is necessarily original when compared to the songs on the CD, Suicide Silence's sound is extremely original and it's own amongst the extreme music scene.

Goodness it is.[/color][/size]
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Ive been loving Death metal lately ive been listening to The Black Dahlia Murder nonstop. I love their song ''What a Horrible Night To Have A Curse'' its definitely a headbanger. Ive also been addicted to Job For A Cowboy. I got to see them last month and they were amaaazing live. Ever since ive been listening to all their albums. I also listen to other metal like Killswitch Engage, Cannibal Corpse, Cryptopsy, and Throwdown.
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[quote name='Xyandar']Ive been loving Death metal lately ive been listening to The Black Dahlia Murder nonstop. I love their song ''What a Horrible Night To Have A Curse'' its definitely a headbanger. Ive also been addicted to Job For A Cowboy. I got to see them last month and they were amaaazing live. Ever since ive been listening to all their albums. I also listen to other metal like Killswitch Engage, Cannibal Corpse, Cryptopsy, and Throwdown.[/QUOTE]

[size=1]Black Dahlia's new album is mind-blowing.[/size]
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