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18th Jan '18 7:59:08 AM ThisIsMine
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* LongTitle: This was a pretty big trend for a while. Some of the worst offenders included Daughters, Norma Jean, Curl Up And Die, Shai Hulud, Botch, Coalesce, Eighteen Visions and 7 Angels 7 Plagues. Candiria, Iwrestledabearonce and Burnt By The Sun were known to do this occasionally.
** "Conceived Through An Act Of Violence" by Hatebreed stands out in the discography of a band that normally doesn't give their songs such titles.
18th Jan '18 6:25:18 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Music/DarkestHour (evolved fully into MelodicDeathMetal with ''Undoing Ruin'', though the metalcore sound made a slight return with ''The Human Romance''; the self-titled was a full jump into melodic metalcore)

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* Music/DarkestHour (evolved fully into MelodicDeathMetal with ''Undoing Ruin'', though the metalcore sound made a slight return with ''The Human Romance''; the self-titled was a full jump into melodic metalcore)metalcore. ''Godless Prophets & the Migrant Flora'' is a return to their old style that borders on Entombedcore at times.)



* Mammoth Grinder: Often lumped into the Entombedcore movement, but while they do indeed have prominent hardcore and crust elements, they are far, far closer to straight-up retro Swedeath than any of the bands that actually qualify as Entombedcore.
11th Jan '18 8:40:26 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Mammoth Grinder (''Cosmic Crypt'', earlier material was death metal with prominent hardcore and crust elements)



* Music/BlackCrownInitiate: Progressive death metal. The confusion comes from their frequent usage of clean vocals and some djent elements (mostly in their earlier material).



* 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.
10th Jan '18 12:49:01 PM ThisIsMine
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* Knocked Loose (also beatdown)
10th Jan '18 12:39:58 PM ThisIsMine
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* Music/AllPigsMustDie

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* Music/AllPigsMustDieMusic/AllPigsMustDie (side project of Ben Koller of Music/{{Converge}})



* Cult Leader (born from the ashes of the {{Grindcore}} band Gaza, they started taking some Crust Punk snd Sludge Metal influences characteristic of Entombedcore)

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* Cult Leader (born from the ashes of the {{Grindcore}} band Gaza, they started taking some Crust Punk snd Sludge Metal influences characteristic of Entombedcore)moved into this sound though still with heavy grind elements)



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* [[Music/HarmsWay Harm's Way]] (heavy overlap with beatdown hardcore, especially on ''Rust'')

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* [[Music/HarmsWay Harm's Way]] (heavy overlap with beatdown hardcore, especially on ''Rust'')''Rust'' which also marked the start of IndustrialMetal influences infiltrating their sound)



* Music/TrapThem (mixed with crust punk, arguably the UrExample of "Entombedcore" along with Cursed and most certainly a TropeCodifier)

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* Music/TrapThem (mixed (overlaps with crust punk, punk and grindcore, arguably the UrExample of "Entombedcore" along with Cursed and most certainly a TropeCodifier)
16th Dec '17 1:08:35 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* Toothgrinder (also some prog elements)
* Twitching Tongues (also beatdown hardcore)
4th Dec '17 7:34:26 PM LordAkira
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* Music/VeilOfMaya (''Matriarch'' onwards)
27th Nov '17 5:10:15 PM flamingscribblenaut
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[[caption-width-right:350:A small selection of bands with cool logos.]]
16th Nov '17 8:33:55 PM HasturHasturHastur
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When combined with DeathMetal, metalcore usually transforms into {{Deathcore}}, but the 2010s have also brought "Entombedcore" (a common colloquialism, but there is no definitive name for the sound at this point), which fuses the more metallic side of hardcore with Swedish death metal (NOT Gothenburg; the distinction is important) and crust punk (sometimes also powerviolence and/or black metal, depending on the band) to create an angry, dirty, and abrasive form of the genre that has gained a fair bit of popularity as of late; prominent practitioners include Trap Them, Nails, Xibalba, and All Pigs Must Die.[[note]]Trap Them actually existed as early as 2001 and could probably be considered an UrExample of the sound, but they didn't really grow famous until the late 2000s-early 2010s, which was around when Entombedcore started to become a thing.[[/note]] It should be noted that most of these bands are rarely called "metalcore" (mainly due to the term's negative connotations) and the bands are, for the most part, involved in the grindcore, crust punk, sludge and/or powerviolence scenes, rather than the modern metalcore scene. Similarly connected is "slamcore" (another colloquialism), which started to become a small but growing trend in the mid-10s; it is characterized by a mixture of slam death metal riffing and breakdowns with significant elements of beatdown hardcore. Notable acts in this movement include No Zodiac, Acranius, The Merciless Concept, and Dysentery (circa ''Fragments''); while it is strictly underground, it is starting to gain some traction in both death metal and hardcore circles and thus bears mentioning. It should also be noted that it is entirely separate from slammy deathcore and should therefore not be confused with acts like Ingested, Waking the Cadaver, or Vulvodynia.

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When combined with DeathMetal, metalcore usually transforms into {{Deathcore}}, but the 2010s have also brought "Entombedcore" (a common colloquialism, but there is no definitive name for the sound at this point), which fuses the more metallic side of hardcore with Swedish death metal (NOT Gothenburg; the distinction is important) and crust punk (sometimes also powerviolence and/or black metal, depending on the band) to create an angry, dirty, and abrasive form of the genre that has gained a fair bit of popularity as of late; prominent practitioners include Trap Them, Nails, Xibalba, and All Pigs Must Die.[[note]]Trap Them actually existed as early as 2001 and could probably be considered an UrExample of the sound, but they didn't really grow famous until the late 2000s-early 2010s, which was around when Entombedcore started to become a thing.[[/note]] It should be noted that most of these bands are rarely called "metalcore" (mainly due to the term's negative connotations) and the bands are, for the most part, involved in the grindcore, crust punk, sludge and/or powerviolence scenes, rather than the modern metalcore scene. Similarly connected is "slamcore" (another colloquialism), which started to become a small but growing trend in the mid-10s; it is characterized by a mixture of slam death metal riffing and breakdowns with significant elements of beatdown hardcore. Notable acts in this movement include No Zodiac, Acranius, The Merciless Concept, and Dysentery (circa ''Fragments''); while it is strictly underground, it is starting to gain some traction in both death metal and hardcore circles and thus bears mentioning. It should also be noted that it is entirely separate from slammy deathcore and should therefore not be confused with acts like Ingested, Waking the Cadaver, or Vulvodynia.
Signs of the Swarm.
14th Nov '17 12:52:37 PM ThisIsMine
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* Music/CultLeader (some overlap with mathcore)



** As is their next incarnation Martyr A.D.



* 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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* PersonaNonGrata: A number of bands have been banned from venues due to overly-aggressive fans; fans (The Acacia Strain were particularly infamous for this); 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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