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  • DemonKogure666

    Djent killed the whole genre

    igår morse
  • africandreampop

    BRING BACK XMYSPACECOREX 2015

    onsdag morse
  • africandreampop

    hell, I wouldn't even mind if the second wave of deathcore made a revival...tbh I enjoyed hearing deathcore sounds with 2 or 3 breakdowns in them. the more technical side of deathcore doesn't really excite me much. I'd rather hear the chugga chugga bree bree shit than djent shit

    onsdag morse
  • africandreampop

    I wish the first wave of dxc had a revival. [2] if you are referring to deathcore bands that incorporated some hardcore/grind elements (like Animosity, Salt the Wound, The Red Chord [prob more deathgrind, but I've seen them lumped in the deathcore scene in the past]), than me too. I wish there were more bands that played in this style :/

    onsdag morse
  • xVictimOfADownx

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Gnz6ZLc9Ew just going to drop this by, great new deathcore

    senaste månaden
  • SXR85G

    the new album of ABRB was totally messed up by the clean vocals. I hate clean vocals in deathcore. clean vocals and deathcore are like jew and nazi who have sex together

    senaste månaden
  • JamesPhillips70

    i like big butts and cash-money

    senaste månaden
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Born Of Osiris doesn't have much industrial influence, closer to dub/IDM than anything industrial.

    oktober 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    The industrial route would be the shieeet, the melodeath, technical end and djent parts of the genre are definitely pretty tired out right now (some interesting djent ones like Abiogene, Base Alpha, Sensory Amusia etc.) I definitely dig that there are bands like Dysphoria though The Schoenberg Automaton that have been blurring the lines between deathcore/mathcore/technical death metal though.

    oktober 2014
  • bobo9390

    v the last Born Of Osiris album shows hints of leaning in a bit of an industrial influenced direction. And I agree about Djent. It just doesn't interest me all that much. I don't mind Metalcore bands using the guitar tone, but full blown Djent bands like Uneven Structure and Volumes just don't do much for me.

    oktober 2014
  • CircleOvTyrants

    I wish the first wave of dxc had a revival. I don't like the djent route and the melodeath style got played out. The only route is to go more technical or incorporate a different style like industrial.

    oktober 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    "Most of the 20 and under crowd tends to have the "I'm so hard and badass" attitude about it and pretend the pit is a place to show your dominance or something" Yeah you get it, this has been my only experience with people as such ;_;

    oktober 2014
  • DemonKogure666

    Wtf are yall on? Dilinger escape plan only got good when they started being radio rock

    oktober 2014
  • CircleOvTyrants

    Yeah ANUS/DMU take music way too seriously. Sometime I just want moshcore and not srs music.

    oktober 2014
  • bobo9390

    "I haven't met anybody who hardcore dances who wasn't a douche" I feel sorry for you. But most of my friends who are heavily into it are 25-30 years old so they have a bit more experience with it all. Most of the 20 and under crowd tends to have the "I'm so hard and badass" attitude about it and pretend the pit is a place to show your dominance or something. Sorry dawg, but if you lay waste in the pit YOU are the big pussy, not the people you placed on the ground.

    oktober 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    ANUS frequenters are the epitome of people with no taste. Music isn't always some intellectual exercise, or rather they over-intellectualize everything and more importantly revise everything to their narrative instead of what the art is on it's own merit (or what the creators had in mind.)

    oktober 2014
  • CircleOvTyrants

    There's a lot of purists on DMU and ANUS though.

    oktober 2014
  • spineshank155

    When i was 13 or 14 i enjoyed metal bands like Metallica, Stryper, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, ect.. i still enjoy those bands, but i don't hate core stuff either. In fact i just grabbed a few deathcore bands off my external drive onto my media PC. "People who hate it seem to draw the assumption that because it has the mainstream/trendy element to it, everyone who listens to it must be doing so to follow the trend" The other funny is that heavy metal was once a trend that is now mainstream. They would be contradicting themselves there. I believe the hate is mostly due to the metal purists which is really so few of them, most others who hate on core and whatever genres are mostly in it because 'some metalheads hate it' and they think it's a heavy metal custom to hate.

    oktober 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    I haven't met anybody who hardcore dances who wasn't a douche....

    oktober 2014
  • bobo9390

    Only times I've seen people get seriously hurt in pits over the last few years was because of people who seem to interpret Hardcore Dancing as meaning "spin kick as everyone else's eye level" and you can probably assume how that ends. I don't mosh that often anyway because of a bad knee, but I usually linger on the perimeter.

    oktober 2014
  • wingsofjudas

    I live under the proverbial rock so I have no clue what's popular but it sounds like that has less to do with being metal-identified and more with being snobby about their choice of music. =P I listen to a ton of folk metal and oldschool stuff and got really into a band that fits this genre and have been trying to puzzle out all the metalhead hate towards it. I suspect that if you're the kind of person who gets uptight about subculture image you're bound to have other issues in life. =p Following trends isn't inherently bad, like following labels (or Last FM tags) to find more of what you like. Some metalheads do need to take themselves less seriously but I suppose there's someone from every genre that's the same way. Ditto on lack of pit etiquette, though.

    oktober 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    I don't think deathcore has been that trendy for 2-3 years at least, hell these post-metal, atmospheric black metal and djent scenes are more samey and prevalent now than deathcore in the mainstream.

    oktober 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Metalheads are a different bunch, but I wouldn't say they are less successful and i've never had the experiences that you mention.....I often find emo/scene kids aren't as passionate about music in general and are more hypergamous in nature while metalheads are a middle or the extreme of that or at least take comfort in smaller things. I like just as much trve/kvlt metal as I do modern metal so maybe it's hard for me to comment on it. I don't see what's wrong with listening to Darkthrone and iwresteledabearonce, but I suppose i'm not the kind of person you are talking about.

    oktober 2014
  • bobo9390

    Although as I get older, I no longer see what's wrong with following trends in music scenes. Who's probably having a better time: Kids who just go to shows to mosh, sing along, and have fun without knowing or caring what's troo or not. Or people who whine about what's popular and pull the "but you should listen to THIS. It's REAL metal" (or punk, hardcore, whatever is being discussed.) I really don't see the point to be honest. Most of the kids I know who had that attitude in high school are now either social recluses, cynical bastards who listen to like 30 total bands and shit on most other things, some have been or currently are drug addicts, and tend to get into fights a lot. Whereas the kids who liked metalcore and Scene music in general mostly graduated college, got decent jobs, and some are even working in the music industry at recording studios or for booking agencies. I don't think that's a coincidence.

    oktober 2014
  • bobo9390

    v People who hate it seem to draw the assumption that because it has the mainstream/trendy element to it, everyone who listens to it must be doing so to follow the trend. Definitely not true. While I will never object to anyone giving bands I like money and attention, I do find the young kids at shows who think they're uber rebellious and badass to be quite annoying. They don't know shit about pit etiquette, scene history, etc. But I was like that when I discovered it as a naive 14 year old, so I can't get mad at those kids without sounding like a hypocritical old fart.

    oktober 2014
  • spineshank155

    It's funny that metalheads hate on this genre and other core bands when theres a nice list of deathcore bands. Some people do grow apart from genres or artists, most of the time though i think either they just were not really into it to begin with or they just need a break from it. They could have been born into the genre but later find they prefer other styles, it happens.

    oktober 2014
  • JamesPhillips70

    I give this shoutbox 3 bags of popcorn and 2 sodas [3] careful, Micheal Jackson might come here to view the comments.....

    oktober 2014
  • JamesPhillips70

    "I moved on to Darkest Hour" Since when is DH not an entry level metalcore band? They're one of my favorites, but come on that's asinine. Saying you like DH is about as underground as listening to Killswitch Engage. Otherwise I like your post, but that was goofy. >> Admittedly I didn't hear what Darkest hour was all bout but i've seen the comparison on many different websites, why that band? idk .. doesn't sound important to me but is likeable, a lot of blogs refer to darkest hour when talking about "growing up" and "growing out of" deathcore... I don't want to be too specific, it could be anyband, the point was use of those terms are all too common and nonsensical, it's a wonder why hipsters say "nothing is sacred" and clearly taste of music is not immune to being a bottomless pit of forgotten gems

    oktober 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    I give this shoutbox 3 bags of popcorn and 2 sodas [2] People who grow out of genres are posers. I mean, it's natural to stray away from genres here and there but to completely disregard it just means people weren't into it to begin with.

    oktober 2014
  • Sanity_Theorist

    vildhjarta and Ovid's Withering > all

    oktober 2014
  • DemonKogure666

    I give this shoutbox 3 bags of popcorn and 2 sodas

    oktober 2014
  • bobo9390

    "I moved on to Darkest Hour" Since when is DH not an entry level metalcore band? They're one of my favorites, but come on that's asinine. Saying you like DH is about as underground as listening to Killswitch Engage. Otherwise I like your post, but that was goofy.

    oktober 2014
  • JamesPhillips70

    I give this shoutbox archive 1/10. the 1 being the occasional link post to people's Deathcore bands which are few and far between all the "gossip" i.e "it's trendy" "it sucks" "it's generic" by contrast, the same consistent users talking gossip are uninteresting and links like this http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/4354/4115 are misinformation. Not only that but this whole "age" thing discussed, saying you "grow out of" deathcore or any music is simply a logical disaster, I was 16 when I first heard BMTH, Misericordiam, they were the first "deathcore" bands for me, and i never "moved on" from those bands like people are saying , Deathcore is a mainstay and go-to genre for me, has been for nearly 6 years. when authors of articles and comments and saying "i moved on to Darkest Hour, Dream theater" I just think that there taste in music has heavily declined while my love and passion has stayed intact. Who is the real poser who doesn't Stick By their favourite genres?

    oktober 2014
  • Hour_of_Chaos

    Deathcore keeps Metal alive

    oktober 2014
  • spineshank155

    I give this shoutbox archive 7/10. Especially IBrokeTheOath's rant on how much he's a deathcorephobic.

    oktober 2014
  • JamesPhillips70

    the more i look through the shoutbox archive, the more I feel induced by cancer.

    september 2014
  • bobo9390

    v That article is fucking great. I wish more people took this shit as seriously as I do.

    september 2014
  • Christian420

    For all you dummies: http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/4354/4115

    september 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Yup, unfortunate but true.

    september 2014
  • bobo9390

    v first full length is an important part of why deathcore got popular in the first place. Educate yourself.

    september 2014
  • Cvyeeen

    Bring Me the Horizon? AHAHAHAHA

    september 2014
  • DemonKogure666

    Stay Brutal ;) [2]

    september 2014
  • Educore

    Stay Brutal ;)

    augusti 2014
  • MegaDave89

    I want aggressive music then i am on the best part of LastFm... almost.

    augusti 2014
  • MegaDave89

    All Shall Perish!

    augusti 2014
  • DemonKogure666

    Come To Poland!!

    augusti 2014
  • DannySuicidde

    As We All Came !

    augusti 2014
  • app0thels

    We Butter The Bread With Butter

    augusti 2014
  • spineshank155

    That's true, lower tier any band are generally bad but it mostly depends on taste. There are some people who like that generic stuff. It also depends on experience. I think rap all sounds the same and is uninteresting. Even the ones i find somewhat interesting don't sound all that great, but many people like it. It's kinda like some people saying that all metal is yelling or screaming and it's too noisy all the while there are metal fans who hate anything core.

    juli 2014
  • bobo9390

    I don't know man. Lots of lower tier melodeath bands literally sound the same to me. Vocals, riffs, songwriting. When melodeath is good, it's really good. When it's bad, it makes metalcore look like jazz in terms of complexity and variety.

    juli 2014