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Decent Deathcore Bands

Deathcore bands who execute good breakdowns instead of boring ones and Deathcore bands rrthat are more interesting and enjoyable to listen to, and also favourite albums by them. rrRecommend me rsome deathcore bands like these.
1After The Burial
Rareform (Re-release)


One of those bands classified as "djent". This band is interesting to listen to, compared with other deathcore bands. Their music has a good use of melody, too. I heard some comments about draggin breakdown overuse or whatever, but I haven't seen much of that at all.
2All Shall Perish
The Price Of Existence


This band is a role model for the list. Good use of melody, good breakdowns, well structured songs, etc. It's deathcore done the way we want it. I can't wait for the new ASP album. Recommendations: Anything. If not, the first four tracks on The Price Of Existence.
3Born Of Osiris
The Discovery


I'm no die hard fanboy, but their newest album was superb and they'll have to keep their style, so they don't get labelled as "generic". The New Reign just had a generic djent/deathcore sound, with synths.
4The Contortionist
Exoplanet


Thank God they made it to the list. Exoplanet is the only album I have heard by them, but There are very well structured and progressive songs, they are really enjoyable, there's absolutely no overuse of breakdowns, there's strong use of melody, and the breakdowns are listenable too. For those starting to listen to this band, listen to something on Exoplanet, like "Primal Directive".
5Impending Doom
There Will Be Violence


I put them on here not because the members are Christians or whatever, but because I see their music as really enjoyable deathcore - Notably because of them not overusing bad breakdowns. They also write very enjoyable breakdowns (e.g: Near the end of "Orphans"). Recommendations: There Will Be Violence, The Serpent Servant, Silence The Oppressors, Orphans or The Great Fear.
6Veil Of Maya
[id]


Believe it or not, I prefer [id] to The Common Man's Collapse. They are djent, but I don't see them overusing breakdowns or anything. The Common Man's Collapse is more of a "Fisher Price: My first Veil Of Maya music." then anything else, but try anything from that first. If you want to try [id], try something like "Unbreakable" before moving on to anything else on the album sometime later.
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