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  • MegaDave89

    I like All Shall Perish and Caliban!

    förra veckan
  • Andrey_Sav6666

    Хоспаде вас што ебет штоле?? У меня за такое убивают нахер11

    11 dagar sedan
  • SupernalTriad

    metal is false deathcore [2]

    15 dagar sedan
  • bobo9390

    v exactly

    16 dagar sedan
  • spineshank155

    lol heavy metal is false deathcore, =P

    17 dagar sedan
  • bobo9390

    v I've still never figured out why Deathcore being False Metal is relevant. As long as it's real Deathcore, that's really the crucial part. You don't hear people trashing Metal for being False Deathcore even though it's an equally valid argument. So I don't see how it could possibly apply in the reverse scenario.

    18 dagar sedan
  • metaloly999

    Metal > False death emo core.

    senaste månaden
  • spineshank155

    n00bs, n00bs everywhere!

    senaste månaden
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Ah, I see, a bunch of n00bs then :P.

    senaste månaden
  • spineshank155

    Those fans of deathcore don't know the difference between deathcore and metalcore when tagging. It's like tagging death metal bands with black metal and vise versa, in fact people DO that too. I won't argue that some Deathcore bands borrows elements from brutal death metal, but it mostly depends on the band, sometimes they'll borrow from death metal and metalcore. Then again people mistag death metal bands as brutal death metal.

    senaste månaden
  • SXR85G

    @xVictimOfADownx I respect your willing to discuss and I know the differences of death metal and deathcore (I have seen many YouTube videos) but I can do with lyrics not much. It excites me only that every deathcore band is tagged as metalcore.

    senaste månaden
  • xVictimOfADownx

    I mean for example, take bands with the most identifiable tropes for deathcore Suicide Silence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=312Sb-2PovA which focuses on making the vocals very clear, and honing in a very specific message to live your life. While something like Cannibal Corpse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNhN6lT-y5U it's harder to understand what is being said, and when you do read the lyrics it's about fantasizing about killing somebody (when this is something you would probably ever do hopefully.) I'm being a bit simplistic but, that's the general gist of it to me.

    senaste månaden
  • xVictimOfADownx

    They fundamentally have different foundations and ethos, I mean you mention Suicide Silence and there are straight up jumpdafuqup nu-metal riffs in their music that is everything a death metal fan would be against. You are exclusively focusing on the sonic extremity, when there is more to it then that. Deathcore borrows from hardcore in it's tangible lyrical concepts for one (self-ownership, politics leaning towards liberalism and or libertarian-ism etc.) While death metal is usually more ambiguous in themes surrounded in mysticism or abstracts (or to purposefully go into morally condemn-able topics.)

    senaste månaden
  • SXR85G

    @xVictimOfADownx I'm sure you know what I mean. Just because Deathcore and Metalcore use both chugs that means not that they belong to the same subgenre. Metalcore is more melodic, modern and emotional than deathcore. Deathcore is more crushing than metalcore. Deathcore is totally Brutal Death Metal. Brutal Death Metal is extremer when it comes to guttural vocals. Deathcore used more Shouting, screams and brakes. The quality is better and more enjoyable at Deathcore. But why so many 14 year old emo girls hyping Infant Annihilator but hear no Alterbeast? Or why love those damn smelly true metallers Deicide but hate Suicide Silence? both bands belong to the subgenre of Death Metal. only senseless scenes shit???

    senaste månaden
  • Registeel

    Like always this shoutbox is filled with comedic blasphemy

    senaste månaden
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Deathcore has more in common with metalcore than it does brutal death metal.....in the early days it was close to half and half. Most bands in the genre don't even cite that genre is a primary influence, let alone it's fans usually know very little about brutal death metal so i'm not sure what you're talking about.

    senaste månaden
  • SXR85G

    i dont unterstand why every deathcore band will be tag as metalcore. deathcore is like brutal death metal just more chugs and breaks. Its funny to see emokids who write whitechapel und suice silence first albums was thousand times better than their new albums because it was monotonous mainsteam shit and unbrutal, but why emokids dont want listen to brutal death metal???

    senaste månaden
  • bobo9390

    v Halford's singing is good, but it's not true pig/dog vocals so he majorly fails in that regard

    senaste månaden
  • metaloly999

    Rob Harltfod don't need to singing like a pig/dog to be a Metal God

    senaste månaden
  • metaloly999

    worst genre of music ever

    senaste månaden
  • gemini645

    oceano - depths is the best deathcore album ever

    senaste månaden
  • ICHWILLBIER

    Could someone pleeeeeeeaaaaaaase remove BMTH from this page

    februari 2015
  • DemonKogure666

    Despised Iconcore revival 2017 will happen

    februari 2015
  • xVictimOfADownx

    @bobo Ah cool, well I hope they do eventually release new stuff, but underground metal bands can be pretty flaky.

    februari 2015
  • bobo9390

    v BTM released a pre-production demo back in November, but haven't said much since. We Speak Texan released a couple instrumental demos in December and just about a month ago said they were looking for a vocalist so they could record some new stuff.

    februari 2015
  • xVictimOfADownx

    I would like to see more newer bands like The Red Chord, Animosity and Despised Icon though, that sound never gets old to me.

    januari 2015
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Burning The Masses and We Speak Texan have released new music? Those bands have been quiet for quite some time....I don't know about this 'Myspace' revival as most of the newer straight deathcore bands the last couple years have very little in common with the *scene* kind of deathcore bands.

    januari 2015
  • bobo9390

    v I didn't say they were a Myspace band. just Myspace era. BMTH and Suicide Silence released their first demos in 04 so I think it's fair to consider The Red Chord in line with those times. Despised Icon and The Acacia Strain released their first albums in 02 and I'd still consider them a part of that wave. 02-05 was kind of one big continuous movement.

    januari 2015
  • FastWheels

    @bobo--The Red Chord weren't a Myspace deathcore band. Fused Together in Revolving Doors predated that by several years, and even Clients came out before that whole wave started with Entombment of a Machine

    januari 2015
  • bobo9390

    The Red Chord, KillWhitneyDead, Her Demise My Rise, We Speak Texan, In Dying Arms, and Burning The Masses have all reunited or released new music in the last year. I don't know if that guy was kidding about a Myspace era Deathcore revival, but it's in full effect.

    januari 2015
  • FastWheels

    v In Flames isn't Melodic Death Metal anymore. They're alternative metal now, and have been since Reroute to Remain (though RtR and Come Clarity retained a few melodeath riffs and songs here and there)

    januari 2015
  • inflames66696

    I agree with @SXR85G clean vocals within deathcore do not go together it sounds terrible. However in Melodic Death Metal it seems to fit well such as the album Siren Charms by In Flames :)

    december 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    @africandreampop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVO7BQ_oPbQ I think you would like these guys then

    december 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    I don't know what you guys are smoking, there is still some great new deathcore acts coming about it's just different and coming from unlikely places.

    december 2014
  • DemonKogure666

    Djent killed the whole genre

    december 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

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

    november 2014
  • 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

    november 2014
  • JamesPhillips70

    i like big butts and cash-money

    november 2014
  • 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