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13th Mar '17 5:16:07 PM UltimateLazer
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** 2014 - ''Music/PointFiveTheGrayChapter''
26th Feb '17 3:11:20 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Music/{{Overkill}} (while easily a ThrashMetal band, they've released a couple albums in this genre)

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* Music/{{Overkill}} (while easily a ThrashMetal band, they've released a couple albums (everything from ''I Hear Black'' to ''Immortalis'', with thrash starting to creep back in this genre)circa ''Bloodletting'')
19th Jan '17 8:13:54 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Fit for an Autopsy (''Absolute Hope Absolute Hell'', mixed with deathcore)

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* Fit for an Autopsy Music/FitForAnAutopsy (''Absolute Hope Absolute Hell'', mixed with deathcore)
23rd Dec '16 6:37:26 AM Morgenthaler
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** The hardest bands in the genre are LambOfGod, Meshuggah, Music/FearFactory and Chimaira.

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** The hardest bands in the genre are LambOfGod, Music/LambOfGod, Meshuggah, Music/FearFactory and Chimaira.
23rd Dec '16 6:36:34 AM Morgenthaler
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Groove metal was most popular in the early nineties, after which it got replaced by NuMetal, which itself occasinally took influences from Groove Metal (some bands more than others). Several Groove Metal bands have extensive {{Metalcore}} elements, a couple examples being LambOfGod and Shadows Fall. Groove Metal also tends to take elements from DeathMetal, particularly Music/MorbidAngel and Music/{{Obituary}}.

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Groove metal was most popular in the early nineties, after which it got replaced by NuMetal, which itself occasinally took influences from Groove Metal (some bands more than others). Several Groove Metal bands have extensive {{Metalcore}} elements, a couple examples being LambOfGod Music/LambOfGod and Shadows Fall. Groove Metal also tends to take elements from DeathMetal, particularly Music/MorbidAngel and Music/{{Obituary}}.
24th Oct '16 9:59:02 AM Heath0323
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* Music/{{Deftones}} (Usually considered Experimental or Alternative Metal, but starting with Diamond Eyes, this became a core part of their sound.)
2nd Oct '16 6:56:29 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* [=4Arm=] (also thrash)


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* Product of Hate
7th Sep '16 11:05:26 AM HasturHasturHastur
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Groove metal was most popular in the early nineties, after which it got replaced by NuMetal, which itself occasinally took influences from Groove Metal (some bands more than others). Several Groove Metal bands have extensive {{Metalcore}} elements, a couple examples being LambOfGod and Shadows Fall. Groove Metal also tends to take elements from DeathMetal.

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Groove metal was most popular in the early nineties, after which it got replaced by NuMetal, which itself occasinally took influences from Groove Metal (some bands more than others). Several Groove Metal bands have extensive {{Metalcore}} elements, a couple examples being LambOfGod and Shadows Fall. Groove Metal also tends to take elements from DeathMetal.
DeathMetal, particularly Music/MorbidAngel and Music/{{Obituary}}.



* Music/{{Obituary}} (''World Demise'' along with DeathMetal, also ''extremely'' influential to the genre as a whole despite largely not being a full-fledged example)



* Music/{{Slipknot}}, (Subliminal Verses onward)

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* Music/{{Slipknot}}, (Subliminal Verses onward)(''Subliminal Verses'' onward, though it was always an influence)



* Westfield Massacre (along with deathcore here and there, which is not surprising when you consider that they are essentially a continuation of Divine Heresy minus Dino Cazares)

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* Upon a Burning Body (also {{Deathcore}} and NuMetal)
* Westfield Massacre (along with deathcore here and there, which is not surprising when you consider that they are essentially a continuation of Divine Heresy minus Dino Cazares)(also melodic metalcore)
19th May '16 4:54:05 PM FrolloBaggins
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Groove metal was most popular in the early nineties, after which it got replaced by NuMetal, which itself occasinally took influences from Groove Metal (some bands more than others). Several Groove Metal bands have extensive {{Metalcore}} elements, a couple examples being LambOfGod and Shadows Fall. Groove Metal also tends to take elements from DeathMetal

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Groove metal was most popular in the early nineties, after which it got replaced by NuMetal, which itself occasinally took influences from Groove Metal (some bands more than others). Several Groove Metal bands have extensive {{Metalcore}} elements, a couple examples being LambOfGod and Shadows Fall. Groove Metal also tends to take elements from DeathMetal
DeathMetal.
13th May '16 7:06:02 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Fit for an Autopsy (''Absolute Hope Absolute Hell'', mixed with deathcore)


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* Music/{{Whitechapel}} (self-titled onward, along with deathcore; also started mixing in NuMetal around that time as well)
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