Draconian Guppy

Post Hardcore recomendations

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That Feed Her to the Sharks is good stuff!  First time hearing about them. Thanks!

 

Not sure if I heard about these guys here, but check out "Casino Madrid".  It's one of those albums that I've always had on my phone and is good the whole way through.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Astra.Xtreme said:

That Feed Her to the Sharks is good stuff!  First time hearing about them. Thanks!

 

Not sure if I heard about these guys here, but check out "Casino Madrid".  It's one of those albums that I've always had on my phone and is good the whole way through.

 

 

I'll check it out. Feed Her to the Sharks was an interesting name I found on Spotify. I wasn't expecting it to be good but was pleasantly surprised. 

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On 5/15/2015 at 3:37 PM, Draconian Guppy said:

I started listening the shape of punk to come( and figured out where audioslave got it's name for (shape of things to come) a song) but had to go to work, the intro was amazing!!!

 

Will get into it after work.

 

Thanks man,  this is teh reason neowin rocks :p \m/_ 

You're referring to the saying from the HG Wells book, right ?

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Is it typical for this genre to have the "vocals" drowned out by everything ?

Listened to a couple songs, and could barely hear the lyrics.  It was like it wasnt balanced correctly.  I didnt know if I needed to adjust something, or if that is the "style". (sounded like the lyrics were muffled, or had the volume turned down)

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2 minutes ago, T3X4S said:

Is it typical for this genre to have the "vocals" drowned out by everything ?

Listened to a couple songs, and could barely hear the lyrics.  It was like it wasnt balanced correctly.  I didnt know if I needed to adjust something, or if that is the "style". (sounded like the lyrics were muffled, or had the volume turned down)

Well I can't really say what the song actually refers to :p but could be!

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6 minutes ago, Draconian Guppy said:

Well I can't really say what the song actually refers to :p but could be!

Sorry - I thought you were saying the Audioslave was referencing the punk/hardcore band  ( I was mentioning it was an old saying... didnt know if it was a cultural thing where you or someone might not have heard that reference before)

"shape of things to come"
 

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18 minutes ago, T3X4S said:

Sorry - I thought you were saying the Audioslave was referencing the punk/hardcore band  ( I was mentioning it was an old saying... didnt know if it was a cultural thing where you or someone might not have heard that reference before)

"shape of things to come"
 

Wait what, I understood!

Yeah i've heard the saying before, just did not know the origins, whether or not the audioslave was because of the book/band/cultural

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9 hours ago, Draconian Guppy said:

@adrynalynehey grumpster,

 

This band is pretty good! googled it after you posted!

 

 

 

 

Got any moar?

 

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23 minutes ago, adrynalyne said:

 

 

Cool thanks!

 

Liked this one a wee bit more than Bury Tomorrow,  which is a bit too growly for my taste, though awesome instrumentation!  Keep em coming!

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Maybe not exactly post-hardcore, but I was pretty impressed by these guys.  Did not expect that guy to have a voice like that!

 

 

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I love the Zombie EP

 

 

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Not exactly post-hardcore, mostly because depending on the song you can find different styles thrown in, from harcore to math and even some flamenco and dance.

Case in point:

 

 

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Since it's Christmas time..

 

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New song, kinda tacky from Oh Sleeper, but I love how he screams.

 

 

 

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1 Cro-Mags

The Age of Quarrel (1986)


NYHC

The mid to late 80's NY scene was where hardcore started to get more metal. It wasn't just faster punk anymore. It was HARDCORE. Cro Mags was one of the bands, along with Suicidal Tendencies and Agnostic Front, to cross over into thrash.

 

 

2 Integrity

Humanity Is the Devil (1996) [EP]


Metalcore

Integrity was really the first Metalcore band. Bands before had mixed hardcore with thrash, but Integrity was the first to mix hardcore with the more extreme parts of metal. This, album is, I think, the pinnacle of their career (and in their album art).

 

 

3  His Hero Is Gone

Monuments to Thieves (1997)


Crust Punk

When it comes to Crust Punk, this is the kind I like. The guitar tone is insane, and borders on sludge metal sometimes.

 

 

4 Coalesce

Mathcore

I had a friend who called them the Meshuggah of hardcore. Take that as you will. Sean Ingram sounds like a brontosaurus.

 

 

 

 

5  Botch

 

We Are the Romans (1999)


Mathcore

This is tied with Converge's Jane Doe for being the definitive metalcore album. Pure musical perfection.

 

 

6 Refused

The Shape of Punk to Come (1998)


Post-Hardcore

This is one of those albums that changed everything. Every hardcore band after Refused is influenced by them in some way.

 

 

7 At the Drive-In

Relationship of Command (2000)


Post-Hardcore

The guitar work....

 

 

8  Glassjaw

Worship and Tribute (2002)


Post-Hardcore/Alt. Metal

Glassjaw abandoned the metalcore and misogony of their first album and replaced it with a much wider array of influences. Daryl Palumbo is one of the best vocalists in hardcore.

 

 

 

9 Starkweather

Croatoan (2005)


Starkweather's first album came out the same year as Integrity's. Both played a mixture of metal and hardcore, but Starkweather had a much bigger progressive metal and death metal influence. Criminally underrated. Philly hardcore rules.

 

 

10 Blacklisted

Heavier Than Heaven, Lonelier Than God (2008)


Hardcore

This album sounds like pure frustration. Blacklisted abandoned the beatdown style of their debut and displayed a groovier, Helmet and Quicksand influenced sound. George Hirsch replaced his screaming style with a bluesy growl.

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Browsing through youtube and I realize it's been a very long time since I've updated my music collection.

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