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  • JamesPhillips70

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

    senaste månaden
  • bobo9390

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

    senaste månaden
  • Christian420

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

    senaste månaden
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Yup, unfortunate but true.

    senaste månaden
  • bobo9390

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

    senaste månaden
  • Cvyeeen

    Bring Me the Horizon? AHAHAHAHA

    senaste månaden
  • DemonKogure666

    Stay Brutal ;) [2]

    senaste månaden
  • 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
  • spineshank155

    There is a lot of generic melodeath out there but every genre is like that. Kind of crazy to single out melodeath.

    juli 2014
  • bobo9390

    v listen to him. There's a ton of generic melodeath out there, but also some gems worth looking for.

    juli 2014
  • spineshank155

    v you're listening to the wrong melodeath (ie: In Flames, Sonic Syndicate, Blood Stain Child + some metalcore bands with melodeath elements). Try A Canorous Quintet, Desultory, The Cold Existence, Miseration, The Forsaken. Basically any old school melodeath is anything but pop or for pussies.

    juli 2014
  • FuzzyxPickles

    wth is POP about deathcore lmao. my grandma wouldnt liek deathcore. if anything theres maybe NU influence or melodic death metal(which is imo, is as pop as death metal can get and is 4 pussies)

    juli 2014
  • FuzzyxPickles

    deathcore is simply chromatic DM riffs + hardcore aesthetic(gang shouts,wiggerisms etc) and most importantly BREAKDOWNS. bands with at the gates riffs only are not !imho. black dahlia/as blood runs black/ etc are FALSE DEATHCORE, bands like DESPISED ICON, ANIMOSITY, old BTBAM, and SUISIDE SILENCE are #TRUEDEATHCORE .

    juli 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Well, I mean more hook oriented at least. While a lot of death metal bands these days become overly focused on atmosphere/and or technicality.

    juli 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Huh? Deathcore bands spend just as much (maybe more so) than death metal bands in making good songs.

    juli 2014
  • t6t6t6MUSIC

    Раньше ненавидел дк, теперь же гоняю техникалы&прогрессивы. Куда я качусь..

    juli 2014
  • bobo9390

    Death metal is better if you like riffs and songwriting, but I'm more about breakdowns and melodrama so deathcore is more my thing.

    juli 2014
  • bobo9390

    deathcore = pop metal + (emo)2 - death metal - hardcore [2] Pretty much why I love it so much. A handful of bands do still retain some hardcore influence though.

    juli 2014
  • totinferno666

    i love deathcore

    juli 2014
  • hysteriaman

    deathcore = pop metal + (emo)2 - death metal - hardcore

    juli 2014
  • EduSkynyrd

    PQP..Nego tem que criar rótulo pra td mesmo.

    juni 2014
  • VitaS7and

    BMTH LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJEXdLtjGWo&list=UU82rlXHk0qskm5HPhGVZdWQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkUvEO4dHzc&list=UU82rlXHk0qskm5HPhGVZdWQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gl-5LYYl2ok&list=UU82rlXHk0qskm5HPhGVZdWQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmCRt0OiKMU&list=UU82rlXHk0qskm5HPhGVZdWQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6A7zE7CVTgM&list=UU82rlXHk0qskm5HPhGVZdWQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8Pzcn7EN9M&list=UU82rlXHk0qskm5HPhGVZdWQ

    juni 2014
  • slow_perkele

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3_iTl7CRvQ FULL SET OF SUICIDE SILENCE - LIVE IN MOSCOW 19.06.2014

    juni 2014
  • bobo9390

    Deathcore and nu metal are both awesome. You'll never hear me complain about a band mixing the two.

    juni 2014
  • DemonKogure666

    Emmure >

    juni 2014
  • Nanobeton

    Death metal/brutal death>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>deathcore

    juni 2014
  • Steve-Mo

    juni 2014
  • BrootalK1d

    CHECK OUT MY EVOLUTION OF DEATHCORE VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1Wh4z-7qzM

    juni 2014
  • Trash73

    *more in Deathcore

    maj 2014
  • Trash73

    Perhaps some bands can be considered modern "Nu Metal" (call it http://www.last.fm/tag/nu-deathcore) which is Nu Metal with a heavier rhythm section, a different tone and a faster tempo (and obviously no Industrial/Funk/Hip-Hop etc.) Oh, and endless covers of Nu Metal bands: Suicide Silence - Engine No. 9 (Deftones Cover) The Last Ten Seconds of Life - Break Stuff (Limp Bizkit Cover), GOLIATH - (SIC) (Slipknot cover) etc. etc. At first I didn't like them, they removed the tone which gives Nu Metal the soul and feeling and replaced it with soulless breakdowns but it's certainly growing on me.

    maj 2014
  • Trash73

    I've done a bit more exploring and I think quite a lot of Deathcore bands do mix in a few Nu Metal riffs, either over or in-between breakdowns. I think the slap bass technique over breakdowns also helps the bass to be more noticeable, and should be used more Deathcore. From what I've heard, DC bands seem to tune guitars & bass so close together, which gives it a thicker tone but makes it not as distinguishable as it is in Nu Metal (where the bass often sits above and below the guitars & fills in the space of the guitars.) Examples of Nu-Deathcore: Oceano - Slow Murder, Whitechapel - Hate Creation and there's that feedback interlude at the end of Emmure's "False Love in Real Life" that sounds spookily like something off of Slipknot's self-titled. Most bands seem to try and hide the Nu metal, but Emmure bring it to the forefront.

    maj 2014
  • bobo9390

    "Emmure for kids" That doesn't tell me if it's good or bad

    maj 2014
  • spineshank155

    Emmure for president.

    maj 2014
  • bobo9390

    and Emmure is fucking awesome live. Seeing them made me a bigger fan than ever.

    maj 2014
  • bobo9390

    Fair point. Possession does have that going for it. As far as the first two Whitechapel albums go, that's definitely the track that most resembles their newer material.

    maj 2014
  • Olli6

    Emmure sucks

    maj 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Probably a bit of both, but I mean especially with the song Possession I get a strong "jumpdafuckup" bounce to it with the grooves that doesn't really happen in groove metal *shrugs*.

    maj 2014
  • bobo9390

    early Whitechapel has more in common with 90s groove metal like Skinlab and Machine Head than they do nu metal.

    maj 2014
  • bobo9390

    Suicide Silence had zero nu metal elements until The Black Crown. and I don't hear any nu metal in Whitechapel until A New Era of Corruption. imo anyway

    maj 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Eh, I disagree. I mean This Is Exile and No Time To Bleed both came out before Felony and both Suicide Silence and Whitechapel are 2 of the most relevant deathcore acts there are. Emmure crossover into the beatdown/metalcore scene, so I find it somewhat unfair to associate them as part of that change in deathcore when that change already started; they just accentuated it.

    maj 2014
  • bobo9390

    In all fairness, nu metal elements didn't become a major thing in deathcore until Emmure started getting really popular. I'd say the grooves on the first two Whitechapel albums have more in common with something like Hatebreed than nu metal. Once Emmure started getting a ridiculously big following from Felony is when a lot of bands started doing it. Whitechapel and HCTK being two of them.

    maj 2014
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Fair enough and fair points.

    maj 2014
  • Trash73

    I'm not an avid follower, and have absolutely no interest in the genre asides from a select few bands (mainly All Shall Perish, Suicide Silence, Despised Icon) unless you count the modern Hardcore bands often dubbed Deathcore (The Acacia Strain, Emmure.) So if it's old news then whatever - I'm not going to spend time tracking down latest trends when I have little to no interest. I was just referring to the generation gap between the bands and how that had an effect on who the musicians were influenced by. Plus the Nu Metal style is very rarely mentioned and always omitted from a typical description of Deathcore (as it is here.) Yet, it is blatantly tinged within the Emmure's work (and others.) E.g "False Love In Real Life": The abrupt, jarring rhythms, the closeness of tunings of bass and guitar (as well as 5 stringed bass and 7 string guitars) and the slap bass straight out of Nu Metal. Here Comes The Kraken are another example, although I am less familiar with them.

    maj 2014