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dead_in_my_arms

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From: Portugal
  11.06.2010 at 23:29
If punk is an atittude, hardcore is a way of life. love or hate it....hardcore still lives!
JohnDoe

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From: Romania

  12.06.2010 at 02:32
Written by dead_in_my_arms on 11.06.2010 at 23:29

If punk is an atittude, hardcore is a way of life. love or hate it....hardcore still lives!


I think you posted this in the wrong part of the forum, hardcore is still a metal genre, this is the "rock forum part".
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jupitreas
Djerk

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From: Poland

  12.06.2010 at 02:51
Hardcore is not a metal genre.
JohnDoe

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  12.06.2010 at 14:04
Written by jupitreas on 12.06.2010 at 02:51

Hardcore is not a metal genre.


subgenre then, oopps, sorry.
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Marcel Hubregtse
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  12.06.2010 at 14:25
Written by JohnDoe on 12.06.2010 at 14:04

Written by jupitreas on 12.06.2010 at 02:51

Hardcore is not a metal genre.


subgenre then, oopps, sorry.
most hardcore have nothing to do with metal. Hardcore is punk.bands such as Youth of Today, Flipper, Bad Brains, Minor Threat, 7 Seconds, The Descendents, Dead Kennedys etc etc have nothing to do with metal whatsoever.
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JohnDoe

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From: Romania

  12.06.2010 at 14:34
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 12.06.2010 at 14:25

Written by JohnDoe on 12.06.2010 at 14:04

Written by jupitreas on 12.06.2010 at 02:51

Hardcore is not a metal genre.


subgenre then, oopps, sorry.
most hardcore have nothing to do with metal. Hardcore is punk.bands such as Youth of Today, Flipper, Bad Brains, Minor Threat, 7 Seconds, The Descendents, Dead Kennedys etc etc have nothing to do with metal whatsoever.


I listen very little to hardcore and i know its roots was in punk, but it's still more metal than it is just rock music. I don't wanna start a controversy and i do hate classifications - got me into trouble every time - but a hardcore thread in the rock forum it's like having a thread about the Rolling Stones in the extreme metal forum.
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Elio
Red Nightmare

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  07.07.2010 at 13:06
Refused without a doubt, anyone who thinks to be a heavy music expert should at least try The Shape of the Punk to Come.
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Abattoir

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Age: 24
From: Slovenia

  01.08.2010 at 20:45
Well I'm dragging myself into this genre for a past few months now, so I'm still kind of a new listener. And I did find some cool bands that sound very decent such as:

Sick Of It All
Madball
H2O
Blood For Blood
Perseverance
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  15.08.2010 at 13:16
If Carnifex and Despised Icon are hardcore. I used to like Hatebreed, but I grew out of that phase.
vezzy
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  15.08.2010 at 13:54
Dead Kennedys and Terror are awesome.
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Gangsta shit!

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From: Germany

  24.09.2010 at 14:15
Written by vezzy on 15.08.2010 at 13:54

Dead Kennedys and Terror are awesome.

Yeah Terror, Born From Pain, Bury Your Dead, HateBreed, Throwdown but am not sure all of them count hardcore...
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baldur

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From: Germany

  24.09.2010 at 19:13
Breach and converge !!
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Kennoth

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Age: 22
From: Croatia

  26.09.2010 at 17:14
Only band I can stomach is Hatebreed, though they have just as metal influence than they have hardcore...
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Don Martin
le fu-

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Age: 18
From: Belgium

  04.11.2010 at 01:14
Dead Kennedys! Jello Biafra is the best punk/hardcore yelper since Joey Ramone!
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ForeverDarkWoods

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Age: 23
From: Sweden

  11.12.2010 at 23:10
The old Swedish hardcore rules supreme. The 80's Swedish hardcore bands were also among the first to use what is today known as blast beats. In this day, there were also no gay Hatebreeds or anything that stinks of modern hardcore to plague our lives.
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bandido

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Age: 34
From: France

  21.12.2010 at 21:32
Blood for Blood
Biohazard
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SuicidalCyco
Jay Boy

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Age: 20
From: USA

  02.01.2012 at 19:57
Hardcore kicks ass, bands like Black flag, Sheer Terror, Agnostic Front, Iron Cross, Minor Threat and Bad Brains are all righteous.
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John Doe

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Age: 17
From: Canada

  02.01.2012 at 20:38
Cancer bats are pretty good.
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moe5512

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Age: 20
From: Finland

  03.01.2012 at 11:37
Strike Anywhere, SIsta Sekunden

edit. Refused ofc
Corax

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From: Sweden

  22.01.2012 at 23:29
Written by ForeverDarkWoods on 11.12.2010 at 23:10

The old Swedish hardcore rules supreme. The 80's Swedish hardcore bands were also among the first to use what is today known as blast beats. In this day, there were also no gay Hatebreeds or anything that stinks of modern hardcore to plague our lives.

Very true! Anti Cimex e.g. has been my favourite Hardcore Punk band since I heard them for the first time. I like both the old school albums and the ones from the 90's with a slight transition to Metal.
WalmartJesus

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From: USA

  25.01.2012 at 03:49
The old hardcore punk bands tend to have this raw chaotic energy and sincerity that makes their music timeless.

I have too many "favorites" to name but i'll post a few:

Bad Brains
Black Flag
Refused
Minutemen
Negative Approach
Poison Idea
MDC
Flipper
Scratch Acid
Dead Kennedys
Nausea
Discharge
3rdWorld

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Age: 22
From: India

  25.01.2012 at 10:29
Dead Kennedys for sure. And there's an article called "List of political punk songs" in wikipedia.Check it out.
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Atrocious Virgin

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Age: 24
From: India

  29.02.2012 at 07:21
Underoath

It can be referenced here.
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squidrick420

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Age: 21
From: USA

  27.01.2013 at 08:22
Quote:
I listen very little to hardcore and i know its roots was in punk, but it's still more metal than it is just rock music. I don't wanna start a controversy and i do hate classifications - got me into trouble every time - but a hardcore thread in the rock forum it's like having a thread about the Rolling Stones in the extreme metal forum.


Here is the best way to look at it, hardcore isn't just rooted in punk rock, it is punk rock. Take a punk song and play it 2x as fast and you have hardcore punk. I feel this thread does belong here because it is not a type of metal at all (the term hardcore got lost somewhere and kids started using it for metal) but it is in fact a form of punk which is a form of rock. There is this kind of modern hardcore that is closer to metal, but like i said... the term got misplaced somewhere along the line and now there are 2 different kinds of hardcore existing simultaneously, the newer kind is drowning out the original meaning.
Jtbmetal123

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Age: 22
From: USA

  30.01.2013 at 14:51
Hatebreed, Biohazard, Madball. Some of my favorites.
SuicidalCyco
Jay Boy

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Age: 20
From: USA

  03.02.2013 at 07:16
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 12.06.2010 at 14:25

Written by JohnDoe on 12.06.2010 at 14:04

Written by jupitreas on 12.06.2010 at 02:51

Hardcore is not a metal genre.


subgenre then, oopps, sorry.
most hardcore have nothing to do with metal. Hardcore is punk.bands such as Youth of Today, Flipper, Bad Brains, Minor Threat, 7 Seconds, The Descendents, Dead Kennedys etc etc have nothing to do with metal whatsoever.


A lot of hardcore bands like those had influence on a lot of thrash bands, like Slayer and Metallica. Plus not to mention all the crossover thrash, which is hardcore punk and thrash and grindcore which is basically hardcore punk and death metal.
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Cream
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  03.02.2013 at 19:36
Integrity is the hardcore band every selfrespecting metal head should know. Their music is very dark, the hardcore counterpart to black metal music.

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