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18th Sep '17 12:49:11 PM Nick98
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9th Aug '17 6:23:12 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Mathgrind: grindcore mixed with elements of mathcore, free jazz, and (occasionally) modern classical. Needless to say, it's frantic, noisy, extremely discordant, and requires no small amount of technical ability. Also known as "art school" or "hipster" grind, and as you can guess, views on it are mixed. There is also some overlap with cybergrind at times (The Locust being a good example) as well as screamo (where it is often known as "emoviolence"). Discordance Axis and Human Remains are the most famous examples.

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* Mathgrind: grindcore mixed with elements of mathcore, free jazz, and (occasionally) modern classical. Needless to say, it's frantic, noisy, extremely discordant, and requires no small amount of technical ability. Also known as "art school" or "hipster" grind, and as you can guess, views on it are mixed. There is also some overlap with cybergrind at times (The Locust being a good example) as well as screamo (where it is often known as "emoviolence"). Discordance Axis and Human Remains Fuck the Facts are the most famous examples.


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* Haemorrhage


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* Noisem (also ThrashMetal)


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* Organ Dealer
* The Partisan Turbine (also deathcore)
28th Jun '17 10:20:25 PM Metalhead14
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24th Feb '17 11:21:55 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Noisegrind: the aforementioned mess of noise and screams. Think Anal Cunt. Noisegrind is an offensive subgenre, relying on shock value, whether in its "music" (some bands just improvise ''all'' the songs) or its lyrical content. Anal Cunt and Gore Beyond Necropsy are the best examples.

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* Noisegrind: the aforementioned mess of noise and screams. Think Anal Cunt. Noisegrind is an offensive subgenre, relying on shock value, whether in its "music" (some bands just improvise ''all'' the songs) or its lyrical content. Anal Cunt and Gore Beyond Necropsy Last Days of Humanity are the best examples.
11th Feb '17 7:15:05 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Cybergrind: the electronic side of grind. Basically a mixture of hardcore techno and grind. Think of Carcass playing in a rave party, you'll pretty much understand cybergrind. Usually revolves around grindcore (or goregrind) played over techno beats with added samples and electronic sounds; noise and breakcore are also common influences, and remix EPs and compilations are a staple of the genre. Almost always uses a drum machine (with the one notable exception of The Berzerker). Agoraphobic Nosebleed and Genghis Tron are probably the most well-known bands in the genre.

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* Cybergrind: the electronic side of grind. Basically a mixture of hardcore techno and grind. Think of Carcass playing in a rave party, you'll pretty much understand cybergrind. Usually revolves around grindcore (or goregrind) played over techno beats with added samples and electronic sounds; noise and breakcore are also common influences, and remix EPs [=EPs=] and compilations are a staple of the genre. Almost always uses a drum machine (with the one notable exception of The Berzerker). Agoraphobic Nosebleed and Genghis Tron are probably the most well-known bands in the genre.
11th Feb '17 7:14:10 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Deathgrind: grindcore that's less compressed, making it easier to understand what's going on with all the instruments. Some bands combine grind with the aforementioned brutal death metal. Think of the later [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvBo4KV7MoA Napalm Death]]. Alternatively, some bands such as [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0OYZujVu_k Cephalic Carnage]] play more with the musical complexity common to death metal but do it at the intense speeds of grindcore; this can often sound like death metal with far too many notes, or grindcore that's far too long and complex.
* Goregrind: basically the gory death metal version of original grindcore, relying much more on death metal aesthetics than grindcore, but less on death metal sounds than deathgrind. The lyrics are almost entirely focused on extreme gore with some exceptions, the sound is usually fatter and more organic in a death metal fashion, melodic guitar solos are fairly common, and vocals are usually modified by a pitch-shifter. The first Carcass album is the best example of the genre.
* Pornogrind: a derivative of goregrind that [[LighterAndSofter relies more on groove and fun than pure aggression and gore.]] [[CaptainObvious Of course]], the lyrics are sexually explicit. Bears a lot of resemblance with goregrind, may be a little slower though. It's not unusual to have high pitched falsetto vocals (in a tongue-in-cheek way) along the usual pitch-shifted gurgling vocals. The staple of the genre would be the German band Gut.
* Cybergrind: the electronic side of grind. Basically a mixture of hardcore techno and grind. Think of Carcass playing in a rave party, you'll pretty much understand cybergrind. Usually revolves around grindcore (or goregrind) played over techno beats with added samples and electronic sounds. Almost always uses a drum machine (with the one notable exception of The Berzerker). Agoraphobic Nosebleed is probably the most well-known band in the genre.
* Noisegrind: the aforementioned mess of noise and screams. Think Anal Cunt. Noisegrind is an offensive subgenre, relying on shock value, whether in its "music" (some bands just improvise ''all'' the songs) or its lyrical content. Again, the best example is Anal Cunt, but there are many, many bands in that style. Usually hated by traditional grindcore fans.
* Mathgrind: grindcore mixed with elements of mathcore, free jazz, and (occasionally) modern classical. Needless to say, it's frantic, noisy, extremely discordant, and requires no small amount of technical ability. Also known as "art school" or "hipster" grind, and as you can guess, views on it are mixed. There is also some overlap with cybergrind at times (The Locust being a good example) as well as screamo (where it is often known as "emoviolence"). Discordance Axis is the most famous example.

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* Deathgrind: grindcore that's less compressed, making it easier to understand what's going on with all the instruments. Some bands combine grind with the aforementioned brutal death metal. Think of the later [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvBo4KV7MoA Napalm Death]]. Alternatively, some bands such as [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0OYZujVu_k Cephalic Carnage]] play more with the musical complexity common to death metal but do it at the intense speeds of grindcore; this can often sound like death metal with far too many notes, or grindcore that's far too long and complex.
complex. Brutal Truth and Rotten Sound are the best examples of the genre.
* Goregrind: basically the gory death metal version of original grindcore, relying much more on death metal aesthetics than grindcore, but less on death metal sounds than deathgrind. The lyrics are almost entirely focused on extreme gore with some exceptions, exceptions (primarily sociopolitical critiques using gore as a metaphor), the sound is usually fatter and more organic in a death metal fashion, melodic guitar solos are fairly common, and vocals are usually modified by a pitch-shifter. The first Early Carcass album is the and early Exhumed are best example examples of the genre.
* Pornogrind: a derivative of goregrind that [[LighterAndSofter relies more on groove and fun than pure aggression and gore.]] [[CaptainObvious Of course]], the lyrics are sexually explicit. Bears a lot of resemblance with goregrind, may be a little slower though. It's not unusual to have high pitched falsetto vocals (in a tongue-in-cheek way) along the usual pitch-shifted gurgling vocals. The staple of Gut and Rompeprop are the genre would be the German band Gut.
most famous examples.
* Cybergrind: the electronic side of grind. Basically a mixture of hardcore techno and grind. Think of Carcass playing in a rave party, you'll pretty much understand cybergrind. Usually revolves around grindcore (or goregrind) played over techno beats with added samples and electronic sounds.sounds; noise and breakcore are also common influences, and remix EPs and compilations are a staple of the genre. Almost always uses a drum machine (with the one notable exception of The Berzerker). Agoraphobic Nosebleed is and Genghis Tron are probably the most well-known band bands in the genre.
* Noisegrind: the aforementioned mess of noise and screams. Think Anal Cunt. Noisegrind is an offensive subgenre, relying on shock value, whether in its "music" (some bands just improvise ''all'' the songs) or its lyrical content. Again, Anal Cunt and Gore Beyond Necropsy are the best example is Anal Cunt, but there are many, many bands in that style. Usually hated by traditional grindcore fans.
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* Mathgrind: grindcore mixed with elements of mathcore, free jazz, and (occasionally) modern classical. Needless to say, it's frantic, noisy, extremely discordant, and requires no small amount of technical ability. Also known as "art school" or "hipster" grind, and as you can guess, views on it are mixed. There is also some overlap with cybergrind at times (The Locust being a good example) as well as screamo (where it is often known as "emoviolence"). Discordance Axis is and Human Remains are the most famous example.examples.



* Entombedcore: While technically rooted in metalcore, there is so much overlap with grindcore both sonically and in terms of the fanbase that it gets an honorary mention. The name itself is just a colloquialism that started seeing use on various blogs (there is no actual proper name for the genre); musically, it's old-school metallic hardcore that is always mixed with hefty amounts of Swedish death metal (not MelodicDeathMetal, this is important) and usually also grindcore, crust punk, and powerviolence; depending on the band, sludge metal, beatdown hardcore, noise, or black metal may also be involved. Famous examples that skew particularly close to grindcore are Trap Them and Nails.

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* Entombedcore: While technically rooted in metalcore, there is so much overlap with grindcore both sonically and in terms of the fanbase that it gets an honorary mention. The name itself is just a colloquialism that started seeing use on various blogs (there is no actual proper name for the genre); musically, it's old-school metallic hardcore that is always mixed with hefty amounts of Swedish death metal (not MelodicDeathMetal, this is important) and usually also grindcore, crust punk, and powerviolence; depending on the band, sludge metal, beatdown hardcore, noise, or black metal may also be involved. Famous examples that skew particularly close to grindcore are Trap Them Nails and Nails.
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* Fuck... I'm Dead



* Genghis Tron
* Gore Beyond Necropsy (also noise)



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* Music/{{Hivesmasher}}Music/{{Hivesmasher}} (also deathcore)
* Human Remains (TropeMaker for mathgrind, also TechnicalDeathMetal)



* Liberteer



* Music/{{Rompreprop}}

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* Music/{{Rompreprop}}Rompeprop
11th Jan '17 5:39:59 AM Morgenthaler
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The genre is characterized by incredibly short songs (songs lasting under a minute aren't unusual, and the barely-over-one-second song is a staple of the genre, first pioneered by NapalmDeath with their song "You Suffer"), growled vocals akin to DeathMetal mixed with thrashcore shouts and shrieks, a chaotic, stripped-down but still very heavy sound, fast drumming, and an overall simplicity in everything: time signatures, three-chords-by-song, no chorus, or so. Later bands, particularly in the 2000s (like the Swedish band Nasum), added a whole new level of musicianship to the genre. The lyrical content of grindcore is faithful to its punk roots and is usually about [[ProtestSong political and social content]], although being as a genre highly prone to mutation and fusion, it can be about virtually anything.

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The genre is characterized by incredibly short songs (songs lasting under a minute aren't unusual, and the barely-over-one-second song is a staple of the genre, first pioneered by NapalmDeath Music/NapalmDeath with their song "You Suffer"), growled vocals akin to DeathMetal mixed with thrashcore shouts and shrieks, a chaotic, stripped-down but still very heavy sound, fast drumming, and an overall simplicity in everything: time signatures, three-chords-by-song, no chorus, or so. Later bands, particularly in the 2000s (like the Swedish band Nasum), added a whole new level of musicianship to the genre. The lyrical content of grindcore is faithful to its punk roots and is usually about [[ProtestSong political and social content]], although being as a genre highly prone to mutation and fusion, it can be about virtually anything.
19th Oct '16 5:18:25 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Early Graves (along with metalcore)



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* Music/SuccessWillWriteApocalypseAcrossTheSkyMusic/SuccessWillWriteApocalypseAcrossTheSky (also deathcore)



* Oathbreaker

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* OathbreakerOathbreaker (prior to ''[[NewSoundAlbum Rheia]]'')


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12th Sep '16 8:26:08 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* {{Gorn}}: Goregrind lyrics.

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* {{Gorn}}: Goregrind lyrics.lyrics, though some bands (namely Carcass and Exhumed) use them as metaphors for sociopolitical and metaphysical themes.
17th Aug '16 5:46:34 PM HasturHasturHastur
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