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Metalcore... Anyone?

Discussion in 'Music' started by dually, May 8, 2012.

  1. 06 tacoma owner

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    Anyone listen to Intervals? They're an instrumental Djent band I just found out about recently, pretty rad

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    Can you guys explain the draw for metalcore to me?
     
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    It's a mix of metal and hardcore punk, so take a modern metal band such as deafheaven and combine that with some speed and breakdown like such provided by a hardcore band like Cruel Hand and you get metalcore
     
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    Would modern metal be considered progressive? I'm not into either right now so it's hard for me to understand.
     
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    Progressive such as Dream Theather? Technically yes.

    I meant modern so you wouldn't be confused with Slayer, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest. Some people consider that "metal" which in my opinion it is not. It's just classic rock.

    There's so many examples of metal that there's not just "metal" anymore lol.

    Here's a good example of metal:
    http://youtu.be/WMPd_WEMrLM

    And a good example of hardcore:
    http://youtu.be/Z8IgyeEkURw

    And those together and you get stuff like this:
    http://youtu.be/g2BI3Fww1vA
    http://youtu.be/GLgLB3Jom8s
     
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    Metalcore to me sounds like deathcore with clean vocals and higher tuned guitars.
     
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    Metal to me is metallica, slayer an all related music. I also like me some power metal:cool:
     
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    Yeah, it's hard to get a basic understanding of any sub genre under metal because there are a bunch. Every band has different influences and sounds, they may be metalcore but they sound like metal/deathcore/hardcore mix. It's just too hard now so I just IDtag everything as metal on iTunes.
     
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    Power metal is pretty damn distinct. Fast as hell. Standard tuning. Lyrics about dragons and tanks. Clean vocals.
     
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    DRAGONFORCE basically
     
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    Eh. I never really got into dragonforce. I like Sabaton, iced earth, stratovarius.
     
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    As a guitar player/metal head, Parkway Drive and IKTPQ were my first loves. More-so the early Parkway material when Adam D from Killswitch Engage was producing their records. Something about that Aussie metal.:rockband:

    Some other great, not so metal-corey bands
    AAL (No not add-a-leafs)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmfzWpp0hMc

    Or The Contortionist to fulfill all your prog metal needs
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DS0iwkM5wxA

    Or if you just feel like punching the air:goingcrazy:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OEuooB-QR4
     
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    Parkway drive and IKTPQ are so good. Parkways first album will forever be their best. And animals as leaders rules.
     
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    Indeed sir, Parkway was my first metal show ever :cool: not too long after Horizons came out. I've always had a thing for IKTPQ. The mixture of clean vocals and metal vox always threw me off of some bands but not IKTPQ. They achieved the ultimate metalcore sound.
     
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    YEAHHH and then the drummer from IKTPQ branched did his on hardcore thing with Deez Nuts, SO GOOD.
     
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    Hahaha YES I FORGOT ALL ABOUT DEEZ NUTS!!! Don't get it twisted, its still fuckin hardcore, stage dives, high fives! That's what I'm in this for!!!
     
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    Tonight were gonna party like there's no tomorrow, forget about our whoas and drown our sorrows. Don't forget about your boys when your tippin that bottle! Drunk till fuckin death yeah thats our motto!
     
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    Brings back the highschool days lmao jammin Deez nuts on the ipod walking through the halls.

    Haven't listened much but sounds promising, I think it will be hard for them to top their first album honestly. Something about that album just strikes a chord.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zok3T1ORhiE&list=PLcZMZxR9uxC86zwfXwXDFtTM9VUxI66ag
     
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