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Listen To Monarcs

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Apocalyptic Bebop

Monarcs was a band from Florida that blended math-rock influence with quirky screamo along the lines of say, Hot Cross, Love Like... Electrocution, or Daniel Striped Tiger. Another comparison for the noodling riffs would be The Fall Of Troy. Regardless, they sound closes to DST but way more balls out. Very very fun band. Sample track: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Yg592pdL7Q

Melodic "hardcore"/metalcore with mathy breakdowns. Very Misery Signals influenced. Wonderful really.
3Salt The Wound
Kill The Crown

Kevin stopped doing the embarrassing voice crack brocals, and cut back on the brees. A lot of the riffs sound like Darkest Hour.
4The Planning Fallacy
Tides EP

Chris from As Cities Burn was in this band, really spacey post-hardcore, phenomenal vocal performance on top of the beautiful music.

Great new hardcore band out of Boston. Good balance of emotive melodic sections, and metal-tinged mosh parts.
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