Greatest hardcore bands
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Fan Poll: 5 Greatest Hardcore Albums
The 50 Best American Hardcore Bands Right Now — Kerrang!
By , the writing was on the wall: Punk rock might have been making headlines, but it wasn't moving units. The industry responded with the skinny tie bands, retroactively labeled New Wave, a safer, more accessible take on the back-to-basics energy of punk. The street reacted by buzzing its collective head, throwing out the fashion designers and putting the musicians in the driver's seat. The result was a rawer, tougher, more stripped down form of punk known as hardcore. See also: The 20 Worst Hipster Bands. With their acclaimed release Relationship of Command , Texan golden boys At The Drive In did the impossible — they created a crossover hardcore album nearly anyone could enjoy. With trippy, complex guitar work and powerful vocals courtesy of frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala, Relationship of Command was the north star for post-hardcore bands that followed.
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Top 20 rising hardcore bands you need to hear right now
Earlier this year, our U. This, of course, resulted in us having to disqualify plenty of talented acts, as well as a lot of teeth gnashing among Internet historians and scene veterans. For both America and hardcore, the times are changing, with unorthodox opinions and previously-marginalized voices rising to the surface within the scene. The band must be still actively playing shows, releasing albums. The band may have metal influences, but must be discernibly hardcore or have hardcore punk roots.
If punk rock lit the match, then hardcore threw that fucker into a tanker of gasoline. The grassroots, DIY movement rose with a fury in the Eighties out of underground, pissed-off, politically charged music scenes in hotbeds like New York City, Washington, D. So, what are those standard-bearing albums that best represent the pinnacle moments of hardcore?
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