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27th Jan '17 8:09:41 AM MarkLungo
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* Music/{{Nirvana}} - Though they are much more known as a {{Grunge}} band, they have flirted with Noise Rock at times, especially on Music/InUtero.

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* Music/{{Nirvana}} - Though they are much more known as a {{Grunge}} band, they have flirted with Noise Rock at times, especially on Music/InUtero.''Music/InUtero''.
27th Jan '17 5:35:19 AM LooneyCartoons
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* Music/{{Nirvana}} - Though they are much more known as a {{Grunge}} band, they have flirted with Noise Rock at times, especially on Music/InUtero.
1st Dec '16 11:55:21 PM ThornBrain
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* [[Music/EinsturzendeNeubauten Einstürzende Neubauten ]] -- [[/index]]Early in their career, pioneered {{Industrial}}.[[index]]

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* [[Music/EinsturzendeNeubauten Einstürzende Neubauten ]] Music/EinsturzendeNeubauten -- [[/index]]Early in their career, pioneered {{Industrial}}.[[index]]



* [[Music/LesRallizesDenudes Les Rallizes Dénudés]]

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* [[Music/LesRallizesDenudes Les Rallizes Dénudés]]Music/LesRallizesDenudes
1st Dec '16 11:53:52 PM ThornBrain
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* Music/BandOfSusans -- Had a strong PostRock streak.
* Music/BigBlack[=/=]Rapeman[=/=]Music/{{Shellac}} -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Music/SteveAlbini played guitar and/or sang.

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* Music/BandOfSusans Music/BandOfSusans[[/index]] -- Had a strong PostRock streak.
streak.[[index]]
* Music/BigBlack[=/=]Rapeman[=/=]Music/{{Shellac}} Music/BigBlack[=/=]Rapeman[=/=]Music/{{Shellac}}[[/index]] -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Music/SteveAlbini played guitar and/or sang.[[index]]



* Music/{{Boredoms}} -- Earlier albums only; later work is more PsychedelicRock.
* Music/{{Boris}} -- Alone with doom metal, stoner rock, post-rock, drone, and [[GenreRoulette whatever else they feel like]].

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* Music/{{Boredoms}} -- Earlier [[/index]]Earlier albums only; later work is more PsychedelicRock.
PsychedelicRock.[[index]]
* Music/{{Boris}} -- Alone [[/index]]Along with doom metal, stoner rock, post-rock, drone, DoomMetal, Stoner Rock, PostRock, Drone, and [[GenreRoulette whatever else they feel like]].[[index]]



* Music/{{Chrome}} -- [[/index]]Acid Punk grandfathers of IndustrialMetal. At their noisiest and harshest from 1978-1979.[[index]]



* Music/DeathFromAbove1979 (combined with DancePunk)
* Music/DinosaurJr -- Perhaps the most accessible of the bunch, bordering on {{Grunge}}. Still, songs like "Don't" really can't be classified as anything but noise rock.

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* Music/DeathFromAbove1979 (combined [[/index]](combined with DancePunk)
DancePunk)[[index]]
* Music/DinosaurJr -- Perhaps [[/index]]Perhaps the most accessible of the bunch, bordering on {{Grunge}}. Still, songs like "Don't" really can't be classified as anything but noise rock.[[index]]



* [[Music/EinsturzendeNeubauten Einstürzende Neubauten ]] -- Early in their career, pioneered {{Industrial}}.

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* [[Music/EinsturzendeNeubauten Einstürzende Neubauten ]] -- Early [[/index]]Early in their career, pioneered {{Industrial}}.[[index]]



* Music/{{Foetus}} -- and its many incarnations. Also {{Industrial}}.

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* Music/{{Foetus}} -- and [[/index]]and its many incarnations. Also {{Industrial}}.[[index]]



* Music/{{Godflesh}} -- See also IndustrialMetal.

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* Music/{{Godflesh}} -- See [[/index]]See also IndustrialMetal.[[index]]



* Music/{{Helmet}} -- Formed by ex-Band of Susans member Page Hamilton. Also counts as AlternativeMetal and PostHardcore.

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* Music/{{Helmet}} -- Formed [[/index]]Formed by ex-Band of Susans member Page Hamilton. Also counts as AlternativeMetal and PostHardcore.[[index]]



* Music/{{Liars}} -- At first, before they went dance-punk, and then went [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly almost everywhere else]].

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* Music/{{Liars}} -- At [[/index]]At first, before they went dance-punk, and then went [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly almost everywhere else]].[[index]]



* Music/LiveSkull -- A member of the same NYC scene which gave the world Music/{{Swans}} and Music/SonicYouth, among others.
* Music/MeltBanana -- A female-fronted example, with extreme NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly tendencies.
* Music/MerShoppingMissbrukForStudenter -- A mix of Noise Rock, HarshNoise, {{Industrial}}, and {{Ambient}}.

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* Music/LiveSkull -- A [[/index]]A member of the same NYC scene which gave the world Music/{{Swans}} and Music/SonicYouth, among others.
others.[[index]]
* Music/MeltBanana -- A [[/index]]A female-fronted example, with extreme NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly tendencies.
tendencies.[[index]]
* Music/MerShoppingMissbrukForStudenter -- A [[/index]]A mix of Noise Rock, HarshNoise, {{Industrial}}, and {{Ambient}}.[[index]]



* Music/ThePopGroup -- See also PostPunk, NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly.
* Music/ThePsychicParamount -- Loud, abrasive noise rock mixed with PsychedelicRock.

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* Music/ThePopGroup -- See [[/index]]See also PostPunk, NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly.
NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly.[[index]]
* Music/ThePsychicParamount -- Loud, [[/index]]Loud, abrasive noise rock mixed with PsychedelicRock.[[index]]



* Ramleh -- Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics.]]

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* Ramleh -- Combined [[/index]]Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics.]]]][[index]]



* Music/RoyalTrux -- Though they had [[BluesRock bluesy]] tendencies as well.

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* Music/RoyalTrux -- Though [[/index]]Though they had [[BluesRock bluesy]] tendencies as well.[[index]]



* Music/{{Scarling}} -- A [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly four-way crash between]] Noise Rock, NoisePop, {{Shoegazing}} and {{Goth}} Rock.

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* Music/{{Scarling}} -- A [[/index]]A [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly four-way crash between]] Noise Rock, NoisePop, {{Shoegazing}} and {{Goth}} Rock.[[index]]



* Music/{{Swans}} -- Mainly 1982-1986, with later works predicating PostRock.
* Music/{{Unsane}} -- A particularly aggressive group that also counts as PostHardcore.

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* Music/{{Swans}} -- Mainly [[/index]]Mainly 1982-1986, with later works predicating PostRock.
PostRock.[[index]]
* Music/{{Unsane}} -- A [[/index]]A particularly aggressive group that also counts as PostHardcore.[[index]]



* Music/ZeniGeva -- A Japanese group with [[HeavyMetal Metal]] and ProgressiveRock influences.

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* Music/ZeniGeva -- A [[/index]]A Japanese group with [[HeavyMetal Metal]] and ProgressiveRock influences.[[index]]
17th Nov '16 5:47:09 PM MarkLungo
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* Music/DinosaurJr -- Perhaps the most accessible of the bunch, bordering on {{Grunge}}. Still, songs like "Don't" really can't be classified as anything but NoiseRock.

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* Music/DinosaurJr -- Perhaps the most accessible of the bunch, bordering on {{Grunge}}. Still, songs like "Don't" really can't be classified as anything but NoiseRock.noise rock.


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* Music/GirlBand
31st Oct '16 10:40:39 AM SinNanna
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* Music/{{Boris}} -- Alone with doom metal, stoner rock, post-rock, drone, and [[GenreRoulette whatever else they feel like]].
30th Apr '16 12:00:18 PM MarkLungo
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* Music/BigBlack / Rapeman / Music/{{Shellac}} -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Music/SteveAlbini played guitar and/or sang.

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* Music/BigBlack / Rapeman / Music/{{Shellac}} Music/BigBlack[=/=]Rapeman[=/=]Music/{{Shellac}} -- Three bands where [[RecordProducer recording engineer]] Music/SteveAlbini played guitar and/or sang.



* Music/LightningBolt



* Music/SkullKontrol



* Music/SkullKontrol
30th Apr '16 11:57:57 AM MarkLungo
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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to ''Lightning Bolt,'' ''Boredoms'' to Music/ThePopGroup. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.

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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to ''Lightning Bolt,'' ''Boredoms'' Lightning Bolt, Boredoms to Music/ThePopGroup. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.



Bands commonly associated with NoiseRock include:

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Bands commonly associated with NoiseRock Noise Rock include:



* Music/Drunkdriver

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* Music/DrunkdriverMusic/{{Drunkdriver}}



* Music/Fushitsusha

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* Music/FushitsushaMusic/{{Fushitsusha}}



* Music/JohnLennon -- His first two solo albums with Music/YokoOno are noise rock.

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* Music/JohnLennon -- His first two solo albums with and Music/YokoOno -- Their first two albums together are noise rock.



* Music/MerShoppingMissbrukForStudenter -- A mix of NoiseRock, HarshNoise, {{Industrial}}, and {{Ambient}}.

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* Music/MerShoppingMissbrukForStudenter -- A mix of NoiseRock, Noise Rock, HarshNoise, {{Industrial}}, and {{Ambient}}.



* ''Ramleh'' -- Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics.]]

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* ''Ramleh'' Ramleh -- Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics.]]



* MusicSkullKontrol

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* MusicSkullKontrolMusic/SkullKontrol



* ''Zeni Geva'' -- A Japanese group with [[HeavyMetal Metal]] and ProgressiveRock influences.

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* ''Zeni Geva'' Music/ZeniGeva -- A Japanese group with [[HeavyMetal Metal]] and ProgressiveRock influences.
26th Apr '16 4:24:59 AM aye_amber
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* Music/{{Ramleh}} -- Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics]].

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* Music/{{Ramleh}} ''Ramleh'' -- Combined HardRock with [[{{Industrial}} Power]] [[HellIsThatNoise Electronics]].Electronics.]]
23rd Apr '16 12:21:04 AM aye_amber
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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to ''Lightning Bolt,'' or Music/{{Boredoms}} to The Pop Group. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.

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Noise Rock (alternately known as "noise punk" or just "noise") is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a genre of rock with a focus on occupying the extreme end of the MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness (well, not quite the ''extreme'' end, but you get the point). Noise rockers for the most part have a pronounced fondness for creating ear-bleeding music with the standard rock instrumentation; how important other factors are, such as melody or lyrics, varies from band to band. (Compare, for example, Music/SonicYouth to ''Lightning Bolt,'' or Music/{{Boredoms}} ''Boredoms'' to The Pop Group.Music/ThePopGroup. The differences in the songwriting department are far more striking than the similarities.) Noise rockers are known for their confrontational performances, unsurprisingly enough.
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