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|What Wave Are You?|
I've always wondered why I have such a hard time liking new music rtrends. I mean, things rlike djent and deathcore. I can still listen to a rcouple of bands in those genres, but it's like rthe whole movement doesn't meanra lot to me.rOddly enough, my favorite bands all had their rbest moments in one rparticular piece of time: late 90's - early 00' (it probably helps that I rwas rborn in the early 90's). So this metalcore/post-hardcore movement had a rcopious ramount of influence on me, to the point where it defines my rpersonality. So I imagine that rtime as the "late 90's - early 00's core rwave".rAnd I'm pretty sure all of you guys have some ridea of what your "wave" rwas, which I'd be more than happy to hear. Cheers!
Until Your Heart Stops
Back when Kurt Ballou was not making every deathwish band sound exactly the same, he
was churning out masterpieces like this one. The most brilliant use of atmosphere in a
metalcore album I've ever heard.
C'mon, you expected this one. Words don't really do it justice.
|3||The Dillinger Escape Plan|
It simply broke any notions about how music should or shouldn't be made. I SMELL THAT
|4||Every Time I Die|
Yum, fun metalcore! (fantastic lyrics to boot)
Worship and Tribute
Stuck Pig is the heaviest song ever, even if it's only using a couple of chords.
|6||Poison the Well|
The Opposite of December
Best "Verb the Noun" band ever.
In the Library of Horrific Events
Alright, so this is 2005, not exactly early 00's. But I feel it's one of the "newer"
bands that captured that ol' metalcore feeling.
Same reason as #7. Raw as fuck.
|1 rules man, nice list. I think you'll dig Cro-Mags, Defeater and In My Eyes.|
|1-7 are all kickass|
|I wouldn't put myself in any specific wave, i always love to expand my taste, cause i'm such an open minded person. |
|yea im a dolphin so i have all the waves|
|... What wave am I?? I oughtta slap yo face lad. Fukn hell..|
|you mean "what is your favourite genre" whats this fuckin "what wave are you" bullshit lol|
|I was born in 85 so ended up being exposed to numetal at first and then metalcore no long after that. I spent a few years obsessing over bands like killswitch engage, bleeding through, converge and tdep before discovering black metal. The rest as they say is history. Ive loved music since i can remember though, my parents bought me my first hifi when i was 5 with a stack of cds, that was the beginning of my lifelong obsession. My small pile of cds has now became a small room in my home filled with thousands.|
|"Back when Kurt Ballou was not making every deathwish band sound exactly the same"|
the sad truth
|My wavvve mahhh waaaaaaavee!! |
Getting off my wave may wavvvve
|do you realize|
that every wave you know
|What conesmoke said. I generally listen to music before my time so I don't think I could be riding any wave.|
|I like most of these albums. Never heard 7 or 8. I was partially scene wave partially 2003-2006 metalcore wave. I still go back to a lot of those bands and also have a hard time listening to this djent deathcore crap. |
|"I was born in 85 so ended up being exposed to numetal at first and then metalcore no long after that. I spent a few years obsessing over bands like killswitch engage, bleeding through, converge and tdep before discovering black metal. The rest as they say is history. Ive loved music since i can remember though, my parents bought me my first hifi when i was 5 with a stack of cds, that was the beginning of my lifelong obsession. My small pile of cds has now became a small room in my home filled with thousands."|
I was born in 86 Moose and basically went through the same thing.
|let's wave it off boys|