History Main / MetalCore

20th Sep '17 10:35:04 AM Nick98
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O59JNz7rdIU Architects - A Match Made In Heaven]] (mathcore)


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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCESufY8hMc Beartooth - Beaten In Lips]] (modern metalcore)
17th Sep '17 6:33:51 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Gatecreeper: Like Mammoth Grinder, they're death metal with very prominent hardcore and crust elements. Also like Mammoth Grinder, they're still more death metal than hardcore, which is what separates them from similar acts like Black Breath and Outer Heaven.

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* Gatecreeper: Like Mammoth Grinder, they're death metal with very prominent hardcore and crust elements.elements, and they also tend to tour with punk acts. Also like Mammoth Grinder, they're still more death metal than hardcore, which is what separates them from similar acts like Black Breath and Outer Heaven.



* Mammoth Grinder: Often lumped into the Entombedcore movement, but while they do indeed have some detectable Integrity and Ringworm influences, they are far, far closer to straight-up retro Swedeath than any of the bands that actually qualify as Entombedcore.

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* Mammoth Grinder: Often lumped into the Entombedcore movement, but while they do indeed have some detectable Integrity prominent hardcore and Ringworm influences, crust elements, they are far, far closer to straight-up retro Swedeath than any of the bands that actually qualify as Entombedcore.


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* Necrot: Like Mammoth Grinder and Gatecreeper, they're old-school death metal with hardcore and crust elements. The confusion comes from their popularity in grindcore and crust circles and their presence on Tankcrimes Records, which is largely a punk label.
13th Sep '17 11:58:15 AM Nick98
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFj-xNT2MhI Nails - Violence Is Forever]] (entombedcore)


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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNvOVey0MSs Parkway Drive - Carrion]] (melodic metalcore)
13th Sep '17 11:54:11 AM Nick98
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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Usually about an 8 or 9. Occasionally dip down to a 7 (Music/AllThatRemains does this sometimes) or very rarely go up to a 10 (Music/{{Chimaira}} and Music/TheDillingerEscapePlan, for example). Converge and a couple of other groups sometimes go UpToEleven, but this is pretty uncommon.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Usually about an 8 or 9. Occasionally dip down to a 7 (Music/AllThatRemains does this sometimes) or very rarely go up to a 10 (Music/{{Chimaira}} and Music/TheDillingerEscapePlan, for example). Converge Most mathcore and a couple of other groups Entombedcore sometimes go goes UpToEleven, but this is pretty uncommon.
5th Sep '17 12:20:20 PM GreyWoulfe
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* Music/{{Crydebris}}
27th Aug '17 8:16:36 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Music/IonDissonance (TropeMaker[=/=]TropeCodifier for mathcore with Converge, Coalesce, and The Dillinger Escape Plan; also some overlap with deathcore on ''Cursed''.)

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* Music/IonDissonance (TropeMaker[=/=]TropeCodifier for mathcore with Converge, Coalesce, and The Dillinger Escape Plan; also some overlap with deathcore on ''Cursed''.from ''Minus the Herd'' onward.)



* Music/{{MotionlessInWhite}} (fused with GothicMetal, with Chris Motionless doing his best impressions of other singers)

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* Music/{{MotionlessInWhite}} Music/MotionlessInWhite (fused with GothicMetal, with Chris Motionless doing his best impressions of other singers)singers)
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* Music/{{Revocation}}: Back when they were first signed to Relapse Records, the metalcore label was thrown at them here and there due to Dave Davidson's somewhat shout-y vocal style and their occasional usage of vaguely Gothenburg-esque riffing. They were always an amalgamation of melodic death, thrash, and tech-death, however, and they've moved more and more towards death metal with each album, while Dave's voice has grown progressively deeper and less shout-like.

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* Music/TheRedChord: They toured with a lot of metalcore acts back when they were getting famous and had a significant amount of pull with that fanbase, but they are deathcore/deathgrind. The only real stylistic similarities would be the occasional breakdown and Guy's vocals, but again, it was mostly just a mix of timing, the bills that they were usually on, and the fact that they were from Massachusetts.
* Music/{{Revocation}}: Back when they were first signed to Relapse Records, the metalcore label was thrown at them here and there due to Dave Davidson's somewhat shout-y vocal style and their occasional usage of vaguely Gothenburg-esque riffing.riffing, and they also tended to tour with a lot of metalcore, deathcore, and djent acts in their earlier days. They were always an amalgamation of melodic death, thrash, and tech-death, however, and they've moved more and more towards death metal with each album, while Dave's voice has grown progressively deeper and less shout-like.
17th Aug '17 5:36:41 PM StrangeThoughts
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Early metalcore or "metallic hardcore" (includes beatdown hardcore and newer bands playing in the style):

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Mathcore and experimental metallic hardcore:

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Modern metalcore, including "melodic metalcore" and GrooveMetal-influenced bands (often overlapping with screamo):

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Entombedcore:

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Nu-metalcore:

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16th Aug '17 11:23:25 PM StrangeThoughts
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The 2010s have also brought a new, or rather "[[{{Pun}} nu]]" variation called "Nu-metalcore" (like entombedcore, there's no official name and this is merely a colloquialism based on the natural conclusion). As the title would suggest, it's a combination of {{nu metal}} and metalcore. Basically the base of the music is metalcore, while aspects of nu metal - which can range anywhere from rapping, downtuned riffs, turntables, angsty lyrics, and use of electronica - are added onto it. While mixing the two together is OlderThanTheyThink, it generally got it's footing in 2012 when Music/{{Issues}} released their debut EP ''Black Diamonds'', though Music/{{Emmure}} also integrated nu metal into their sound with ''Felony'' three years earlier. Others followed suit and started gaining attention, such as Of Mice & Men, Cane Hill, Attila, Stray From the Path, Dangerkids, Sylar and From Ashes to New. Reception to this has been mixed; some view it as a new innovation in the saturated field of the genre, while others are turned off by it because metalcore's popularity was attributed to people growing sick of nu metal. It's important to know that the genre is still emerging and as a result it is still mostly underground, which isn't helped by the negative connotations that both ends of the fusion hold with the metal community. Issues, Of Mice & Men, Emmure, and Attila are the only major success stories of the sub-genre, though some have gained ground such as Cane Hill, Dangerkids, Sylar, Stray From the Path, and From Ashes to New. That said, it's easily more commercially viable than entombedcore. Like vanilla nu metal, many bands labeled nu-metalcore don't sound much like each other, because bands draw from a wide variety of varying influences depending on the band in question. Naturally this leads to {{Fan Nickname}}s such as "Linkin Park-core" and "Slipknot-core". This, combined with the fact that some fans are still repulsed by the label, makes classifying them tricky.

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The 2010s have also brought a new, or rather "[[{{Pun}} nu]]" variation called "Nu-metalcore" (like entombedcore, there's no official name and this is merely a colloquialism based on the natural conclusion).(also sometimes called "new nu metal"). As the title would suggest, it's a combination of {{nu metal}} and metalcore. Basically the base of the music is metalcore, while aspects of nu metal - which can range anywhere from rapping, downtuned riffs, turntables, angsty lyrics, and use of electronica - are added onto it. While mixing the two together is OlderThanTheyThink, it generally got it's footing in 2012 when Music/{{Issues}} released their debut EP ''Black Diamonds'', though Music/{{Emmure}} also integrated nu metal into their sound with ''Felony'' three years earlier. Others followed suit and started gaining attention, such as Of Mice & Men, Cane Hill, Attila, Stray From the Path, Dangerkids, Sylar and From Ashes to New. Reception to this has been mixed; some view it as a new innovation in the saturated field of the genre, while others are turned off by it because metalcore's popularity was attributed to people growing sick of nu metal. It's important to know that the genre is still emerging and as a result it is still mostly underground, which isn't helped by the negative connotations that both ends of the fusion hold with the metal community. Issues, Of Mice & Men, Emmure, and Attila are the only major success stories of the sub-genre, though some have gained ground such as Cane Hill, Dangerkids, Sylar, Stray From the Path, and From Ashes to New. That being said, it's easily more commercially viable than entombedcore.influence has continued to grow and expand, with an increasing amount of bands with the style emerging. Like vanilla nu metal, many bands labeled nu-metalcore don't sound much like each other, because bands draw from a wide variety of varying influences depending on the band in question. Naturally this leads to {{Fan Nickname}}s such as "Linkin Park-core" and "Slipknot-core". This, combined with the fact that some fans are still repulsed by the label, makes classifying them tricky.



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* Music/[[AttilaMetalcore Attila]] (fifth album onward, mixed with deathcore)

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* Gemini Syndrome


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* Music/MotionlessInWhite (''Graveyard Shift'' onwards)


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* SHVPES
31st Jul '17 5:37:14 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Human Remains: ''Extremely'' influential to mathcore, but was very grindy TechnicalDeathMetal with virtually no hardcore influence.

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* Human Remains: ''Extremely'' influential to mathcore, mathcore and also helped influence multiple early deathcore acts, but was very grindy TechnicalDeathMetal with virtually no some hardcore influence.
26th Jul '17 7:23:02 PM JamesShade
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* PersonaNonGrata: A number of bands have been banned from venues due to overly-aggressive fans; the Borg Ward venue in Milwaukee made headlines on metal sites by banning ''the entire genre'' because of property damage from fans, and then proclaiming on social media that most other venues in the area won't book metalcore bands or tours for the same reason.
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