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Most Important Album Of Every Metalcore Subgenre
1 Mathcore
It was very hard to make a decision

I had to pick two albums
We Are The Romans
3The Dillinger Escape Plan
Calculating Infinity
4 Melodic Metalcore

I really really respect AILD but unfortunately I couldn't give this to them because
this album is just so well written
5Killswitch Engage
Alive or Just Breathing
6 Electronicore
probably the most hated subgenre...

I'll never understand why so many people hate it... I was in the same case as with
mathcore.. I had to pick two albums.. if I was only considering the entertaining
factor of the albums Asking Alexandria's debut album and I See Stars's Digital
Renegade would have been my picks.. but this is a list of the "most important"
albums and not the "best albums"...
7Enter Shikari
Take To The Skies

I think their second album destroys this in the terms of good songwriting and
complexity but this is like the Paranoid of the genre
8Attack Attack! (US)
Someday Came Suddenly

ridiculously sleek production, programmed trance drums, shameless bassdrops,
auto-tuned vocals. This albums has broken every rule. It was ridiculously over-the-
top and perfect at the same time. I believe if Austin and Johnny hadn't quit these
guys would be a bigger thing than OM&M, CTE and ISS combined...
9 metallic hardcore

by metallic hardcore I'm referring to the form of metalcore that was born in the 90's
thanks to bands like Rorschach and Starkweather
Jane Doe

sorry for including this album in almost ever list of mine but I'm just in love with
this.. so brutal, technical and innovative.. the riffs are excellent, the lyrics are full
of emotions... even after almost 13 years it crushes everything in the genre,
including all the other albums on this list.. and this is coming from someone who
really like TDEP and KSE!
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