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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by snowfx2, Mar 18, 2023.
#1 rule is no gatekeeping motherfuckers
Unearth…the band that literally defines metalcore
^ probably worth just using this thread?
that said, i love hate5six’s stuff.
birmingham DIY goes so hard. you can catch me in the front row in the mesh shirt
i forgot how much ass i beat in the pit during that no cure set
Get it (representation)!
WHAT THE FUCK IS UP DENNYS!
These songs instantly conjure so many memories from my youth
18 year old DTR almost got hit by a pig head during this set.
Best show I ever attended was Death Threat’s final show in CT, with Madball and Death Before Dishonor. Simpler times.
Never listened to them before but leave them, this is my favorite I've heard thus far
Not much into metalcore anymore outside of a select few artists, though was my mainstay through college. Am too young to get into the late 90s, and some of the early 00s albums. Definite list of my favorite metalcore albums:
Drift - Erra
An Ocean Between Us/The Powerless Rise - As I Lay Dying
Zombie EP - The Devil Wears Prada
Dead Throne/8:18 - TDWP
Deep Blue/Horizons - Parkway Drive
Homesick - A Day to Remember
Waking the Fallen - A7X
Shogun - Trivium
Messenger/Constellations - August Burns Red
In Shallow Seas We Sail - Emery (post hardcore)
Every Silent Planet album, especially the Night God Slept
Node/Singularity - Northlane
Watchers of Rule/The March/The Oncoming Storm - Unearth
Happiness in Self Destruction - the Plot in You (and Tewers' Ai640 series)
I Let the Devil In/The Way It Ends/TPIFS - Currents
Alive or Just Breathing/As Daylight Dies - Killswitch Engage
Lost Forever // Lost Together - Architects
The Fall of Ideals - All That Remains
Lead Sails, Paper Anchor - Atreyu
Worlds Apart/Neverbloom (deathcore) - Make Them Suffer
Miss Machine - The Dillinger Escape Plan
Lost In The Sound Of Seperation - Underoath
Jane Doe - Converge
The Poison - BFMV
The Flood/Of Mice & Men - Of Mice & Men
Bless the Martyr, Kiss the Child - Norma Jean
Hearts Once Nourished With Hope and Compassion - Shai Hulud
Well we now know who 3/5 of ETID started their new band with, producing god Will Putney (also in Fit For An Autopsy and End) and Dillinger frontman Greg Puciato.
pretty solid. not as good as dillinger but greg is fun so i'll take it.
Saw DBD and Terror play a show in an old basketball gym in my hometown in high school. There was a pile up/sing along for one of Terrors songs which I can’t remember right now, probably 40-50 people myself included. Guy climbed up some equipment and pulled himself off the basketball hoop and did a flip onto the pile. Still one of the crazier things I’ve been a witness to in my life.
Not as good as ETID either but the riffs will be solid. Will check it out.
I want to like knocked loose, just can’t get past his voice
Metalcore definition Unearth put out an absolute banger album today, while a younger hardcore band, Drain, did as well.
Drain also has a Descendents cover on the new album as well
Start with the album Laugh Tracks. Their heaviest (and best imo). His voice is an acquired taste to be sure
Maybe the greatest breakdown of all time
This is the biggest heaviest hitters in the scene right now imo
just got done with their European tour, hope they start a new US one this summer
God damn it
you know you guys are welcome in the Heavy Music thread.
there's like 5 people who like harsh vocals on this website.
honeslty I was a little confused when this thread started but didn’t know if there was hardcore-metal beef which necessitated this thread
We have had NUMEROUS discussions about Hardcore and Metalcore in there
Erra is a friend that I grew up withs band. We used to play a lot of music together. Cool to see how big they’ve become.
The other thread doesn't appear to like metal core, which is a shame.
I've always got the vibe that, outside of some select stuff, metalcore/deathcore/etc aren't really that thread's cup of tea.
It may not be everyone in the thread’s cup of tea but that doesn’t mean it can’t be discussed. Hell one of those most frequent posters has a Converge avatar (hi Heavy Mental).
The thread is for discussing and sharing heavy music, whatever the subgenre.
Outside of Waking the Fallen by Avenged, my intro to metalcore (heavier music in general) back then must've been the Devil Wears Prada's Zombie EP. I was obsessed with that EP.
For deathcore, it was Whitechapel's Somatic Defilement.
i've mostly moved away from metalcore as i've aged but that ep remains the best thing the genre has produced and i still listen to it regularly
nothing tops dear love for me. it was practically the only thing me and my friends listened to that summer it came out
moshing for jesus doesn’t get much better than dogs can grow beards all over
alex or jesse?
Tell him they make good music
Alex. But I grew up around both.
Went to many of these shows in my 20s. Not sure how I survived some of the pits I was in.