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Old 2006-10-13, 01:14
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Forums are for people to discuss things, no one could give two shits about what you think about the things they say. You told someone to widen their tastes because they wanted an example of metalcore that didnt have fruity radio friendly choruses and predictable breakdowns, and you took this to mean he only wants satan himself to sing each and every lyric. And that MY FRIEND, is retarded.



man, thats a 2 year old post from a dude who most likely doesnt post here anymore.
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Old 2006-10-14, 20:07
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Haha yea you're right, I saw that Soulinsane posted before him and for some reason assumed it was recent. My bad.
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Old 2006-10-14, 21:50
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Yeah, so in turn, both of you, my friends, are retarded.
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Old 2006-10-20, 15:58
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About metalcore, Bring Me The Horizon is a great band I just discovered. Their first album comes out Oct. 30th.
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Old 2006-11-01, 09:56
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Exclamation bulls**t!!!

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Hardcore is now beginning to start being called part of the punk rock genre.


...is the bullshittiest thing i've ever heard someone say about hardcore. hardcore WAS in fact being born from punk rock in the early 80s in the US (mostly nyc, d.c., west coast).
ever heard about bands like minor threat? teen idles? black flag? dead kennedys? only to name the most prominent...

what some (stupid supid) people nowadays call hardcore has nothing to do with real hardcore AT ALL. it is mere bad metal or metalcore they talk about here (remember biohazard etc.?). this is a style that (obviously) came from metal whereas hardcore came from punk. full stop.

any further questions?
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Old 2006-11-01, 10:01
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...is the bullshittiest thing i've ever heard someone say about hardcore. hardcore WAS in fact being born from punk rock in the early 80s in the US (mostly nyc, d.c., west coast).
ever heard about bands like minor threat? teen idles? black flag? dead kennedys? only to name the most prominent...

what some (stupid supid) people nowadays call hardcore has nothing to do with real hardcore AT ALL. it is mere bad metal or metalcore they talk about here (remember biohazard etc.?). this is a style that (obviously) came from metal whereas hardcore came from punk. full stop.

any further questions?
Is that explanation the only reason you decided to join metaltabs.
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Compare these people to the norm, say, Muhammed Suiçmez for instance who seems to think that lots of poorly strung together riffs spaced awkwardly around fancy monotonous sweeps covers up the fact that his ideas and songs are really quit boring.
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Old 2006-11-04, 16:31
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Metalcore/Deathcore:
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From a Second Story Window
Glass Casket
Animosity
Converge
Through the Eyes of the Dead
As Blood Runs Black
August Burns Red
7 Angels 7 Plagues / Misery Signals
Shai Hulud
Into the Moat
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Old 2006-11-05, 07:12
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check out Burst. They opened for Mastodon and Opeth and i liked them, so i looked them up and they're pretty good.

they're from gothenburg, sweden and they're different cause they have a sort of progressive sound, i'd say they were kind of metalcore. http://www.burst.nu/ http://www.myspace.com/burstrelapse

i also like heaven shall burn, caliban and lamb of god. thats about the extent of my likings for metalcore/hardcore.

i dont understand people who say that its for wusses. sure its not as fast or heavy and the vocals are sometimes decipherable, i.e not the cookie monster vocals, but its different to other forms of metal (if it is a form of metal, but thats a whole other argument). im glad i can enjoy both death/black/more extreme forms of metal and the more mainstream metal like metalcore.

i also like heaven shall burn, caliban and lamb of god. thats about the extent of my likings for metalcore/hardcore.

i dont understand people who say that its for wusses. sure its not as fast or heavy and the vocals are sometimes decipherable, i.e not the cookie monster vocals, but its different to other forms of metal (if it is a form of metal, but thats a whole other argument). im glad i can enjoy both death/black/more extreme forms of metal and the more mainstream metal like metalcore.
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Old 2006-11-05, 07:22
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I didn't like Burst at all, they were so dull! Caliban were pretty good though, but i don't really listen to 'core
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Old 2006-11-05, 11:56
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As for metalcore, I enjoy just some metalcore (f.e. Silent Civilian is good, newest Trivium album is allright) but most of it is horrible to me. What turns me off most about metalcore is the horrible, horrible screams, especially Lamb of God's vocals really hurt my fucking ears, and the way metalcore singers seem to sounds exactly the same, just as the melodies they sing. The music itself is all pretty much the same too, the riffs are all melodyized thrash-riffs and most songs have 'brutal', screamed stanzas and a 'catchy', sung and melodic refrain.

I really, however, enjoy hardcore. Bands like Refused and Abhinanda and bands that fuse punk, thrash or other genres of music (f.e. rap) like Dead Kennedys, the Exploited, Biohazard, Blood For Blood.
Sludgecore is good, too (eyehategod) and hardcore fused with ska w1ns.
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