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Screamo Bands I Am Really Digging Right Now: 10/25
1Gifts From Enola
A Healthy Fear


Gifts from Enola was an instrumental post rock band (with a minor amount of vocals in the background in some songs) for most of their existence. However, they added screaming and clean vocals to all of the songs on their final album, A Healthy Fear. The first song on that album, Long Weakend, is a great example of their songs with screaming vocals. I have not found any other instrumental post rock bands that added screaming vocals to their music. If anyone knows of another band like this, please let me know.
2Paris In The Making
Solve et Coagula


Paris in the Making is a post rock screamo band from Singapore that reminds me a lot of early Envy. However, I think their music sounds more like a mix between Envy and Captain, Your Ship is Sinking. I would also recommend their Origins LP and both of their splits.
3Alinda (UKR)
Ruins


Ukraine's Alinda started out as a post rock screamo band with their debut EP, Ruins, and their self titled LP. They then transitioned to instrumental post rock on all of the subsequent releases. I have not found any other post rock screamo bands that have transitioned to instrumental post rock. If anyone knows of another band like this, please let me know. Their EP, Ruins, is absolutely brilliant. The Et Tu Brute Demo EP was the last four song EP that affected me as strongly.
4Envy
A Dead Sinking Story


I am a huge fan of early Envy (2003 back) and, in my view, A Dead Sinking Story is the best album they ever released. I also enjoy their 2001 album All The Footprints You've Ever Left And The Fear Expecting Ahead with its shorter and faster songs as compared to the longer and more epic songs on the A Dead Sinking Story album.
5Mesa Verde
The Old Road


Scotland's Mesa Verde, in my view, is one of the best post rock screamo bands to ever exist. I keep coming back to their classic Old Road album just like I always come back to City of Caterpillar’s self-titled 2002 album. The 13 minute song, Post-Youth, is one of the best screamo songs I have ever heard.
6Celeste
Infidele(s)


Celeste is a black metal/post metal band that was formed by members of the great French post rock screamo band Mihai Edrisch. Their newest album, Infidele(s), is amazing. While Celeste is not generally considered screamo, they get an honorable mention in my list given their origins.
7Vi Som Alskade Varandra Sa Mycket
Den sorgligaste musiken i varlden


Vi Som Alskade Varandra Sa Mycket is a Swedish post rock screamo band. They remind me a lot of fellow Swedish bands Young Mountain and Via Fondo. I would recommend their two EP’s as well as the singles on their Bandcamp page.
8Meteors the Entire Night
Descend Towards the Earth


Meteors The Entire Earth is a UK based post rock screamo band. Descend Towards The Earth is their debut album from 2017. I am looking forward to future releases by this band. I am glad that there are new bands out there that play post rock screamo style music.
9Elände
Patience


French post rock screamo band Elände has only released two EP's..both of which contain two songs. I think their Patience EP is the better of the two releases. The French have, in my opinion, done post rock screamo better than anyone else.
10Risei
Des signifiants vides


Risei is yet another great French post rock screamo band. Their songs include quite a few spoken word samples/sections which reminds me a lot of Sweden's Suffocate for Fuck Sake.
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