Metalcore

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    Jordan

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    Well i've started liking metalcore and i'd like some reccomendations on some current great metalcore bands. Preferably not too much death metal influence and i prefer singing more than screaming, but screaming in verses and such is good.
     
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    Dean

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    You'd probably like He Is Legend... not as much screaming on their last album, but still pretty hard. They're obviously influenced by classic rock and alternative metal/rock-type stuff as well.
     
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    Might be a bit much screaming for you, but Killswitch Engage are amazing.

    Check out When Darkness Falls, Rose Of Sharyn, My Last Serenade and The End Of Heartache.
     
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    Agreed. The End of Heartache is pretty much THE metalcore album for me.
     
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    Listen to:

    Bullet For My Valentine
    Trivium

    Caliban - I Rape Myself
    Caliban - My Time Has Come
    Haste the Day - The Minor Prophets

    Good songs by those bands too :)
     
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    trivium (old)
    avenged sevenfold (old)
    atreyu (old)
    eighteen visions (old)
    it dies today (old)
    bullet for my valentine
    thrice (some older material)
    killswitch engage
    he is legend
    anterior (no singing)
    caliban
    haste the day
    all that remains
    still remains
    god forbid
    roses are red
    shadows fall (to an extent)
    chimaira (to an extent)
    ill niño (i consider them metalcore, not "nu metal")
    silverstein
    from autumn to ashes
    funeral for a friend (some older material)
    escape the fate
    a day to remember
    diecast
    dead poetic (some older material)
    capharnaum (matt heafy's side project)
    calico system
    the burning season
    evergreen terrace (to an extent)
    becoming the archetype
    august burns red
    as i lay dying
     
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    All That Remains
     
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    Bullet for my Valentine.
     
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    Killswitch Engage
     
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    i know so many people have said KSE but i have to agree, The End of heartache is a GREAT album with screaming songs blended with singing just right. But if you want less screaming more singing check out the new cd As Daylight dies by them. i love every song on it
     
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    Every Time I Die, if you can consider them metalcore. I personally LOVE their new album "The Big Dirty" and their last album "Gutter Phenomenon". I highly recommend both.
     
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    Jordan

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    Thanks guys haven't got around to many of them yet (esspeically will's list) but thanks for the help.
     
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    The Big Dirty is amazing. Definitely one of my top albums of the year so far.
     
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    I Killed the Prom Queen are a pretty decent Australian metalcore band. Maybe give them a go once you've acclimatised to the screaming, as it is fairly full-on.


    I'd also agree on Every Time I Die.
     
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    Will

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    didn't they break up? i was fairly disappointed when I heard that.
     
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    Yeah, they did. They weren't too bad actually.
     
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    Will

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    I guess I'll have to go back to listening to Parkway Drive for my dose of Australian metalcore then. :lol:
     
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    I consider ETID to be the "Buckcherry" of metalcore. :lol:
     
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    You should check out Shadow's Fall, they are an amazing group IMO.
     
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    On the subject of southern/classic rock-influenced metalcore Maylene and the Sons Of Disaster are also really good.
     

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