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DirtBagDan
February 19th 2013


582 Comments


MichaelSnoxall has just proven he is a hypocrite.

Good review, 28, crikey ain't that a lot.

MichaelSnoxall
February 19th 2013


12163 Comments


How have I proven I'm a hypocrite? I never said I didn't like The Acacia Strain. I never said they were a bad band. I said they are in the same group as Oceano and Emmure, etc when it comes to deathcore that just breaks down over and over and over.



TheMoreira
February 19th 2013


7182 Comments


Yeah this isn't probably that good.

These guys make great albums for a casual listen. Other than that, i still prefer Emmure/Oceano.

MrElmo
February 19th 2013


1955 Comments


Deathcore looks like the only genre with no really good artists at all. Might be wrong but is anybody here able to give me one excellent deathcore band?

YankeeDudel
February 19th 2013


9313 Comments


people always point to the red chord or glass casket but even those bands are 3.3s at best so nah not really

Digging: Land Of Kush - Against The Day

MrElmo
February 19th 2013


1955 Comments


Don't think I'll ever have to bother with this genre then (might try red chord out of curiosity)

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
February 19th 2013


21841 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

The Red Chord and Glass Casket are great because they focus more on technicality and less on breakdowns. The Contortionist too if youre into more proggy stuff. The rest can foad

Digging: Failure - Fantastic Planet

Mickeymau5
February 19th 2013


1614 Comments


Who pioneered breakdowns? Pantera?

MrElmo
February 19th 2013


1955 Comments


I hate prog unless its psychy, technicality can also be a trap into wankcore. Pantera are cool and don't deserve to be in this thread.

MichaelSnoxall
February 19th 2013


12163 Comments


Pretty sure Suffocation pioneered the deathcore breakdown.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
February 19th 2013


21841 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

"Pretty sure Suffocation pioneered the deathcore breakdown."

Oh michael.

Sweet, sweet michael.

MichaelSnoxall
February 19th 2013


12163 Comments


*sigh* before you call me an idiot, learn to read. I said Suffocation pioneered the deathcore breakdown. I never said Suffocation pioneered breakdowns or invented breakdowns. Breakdowns have been around for an age. But whilst a lot of older metalcore uses more hardcore oriented breakdowns, modern deathcore uses the death metal breakdown pioneered by Suffocation.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72BkII5Z9Cg

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
February 19th 2013


21841 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

"*sigh* before you call me an idiot, learn to read. I said Suffocation pioneered the deathcore breakdown."

Yeah thats what i was afraid of

apert
February 19th 2013


3072 Comments


agree with snoxall, deathcore bands are just ripping off suffocation most of the time

and animosity is another good deathcore band

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
February 19th 2013


21841 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Ripping them off is one thing but saying they were pioneers of the worst part of a shit genre is ridiculous

NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
February 19th 2013


7127 Comments


You guys know that "breakdowns" were a term associated with drum/bass beats void of guitar and vocals from blues and some jazz right?

MichaelSnoxall
February 19th 2013


12163 Comments


You guys know that "breakdowns" were a term associated with drum/bass beats void of guitar and vocals from blues and some jazz right?

Yes, I knew that. Hence why I said they've been around for an age. Once again, learn to read what I said: I NEVER SAID SUFFOCATION INVENTED BREAKDOWNS.




MichaelSnoxall
February 19th 2013


12163 Comments


as a form of sexual pleasure

SlMBOLlC
February 19th 2013


5296 Comments


which also takes place when you listen to emmure
hence the first breakdowns were born m/

Mickeymau5
February 20th 2013


1614 Comments


I thought Pantera pioneered the hardcore breakdown first hmm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PlbsK6jS54



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