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Emerging Metal Genres

My picks for what genres/styles/movements/etc will most likely end up dominating the next decade in metal. rWho wants to suggest some more!?

Djent: Now that all these bands (Tesseract, Periphery, Monuments) are finally getting their acts together and releasing some LPs, the
movement seems to be really taking off.
Also, I'm betting pretty soon the movement will split into two or three sub-movements-a poppier style created by Periphery imitators, a
more technical style following the work of Textures, and a more ambient "ambidjent" style (as Vildhjarta are dubbing it).
2Silent Descent

Trance Metal/Trancecore: Still fairly obscure, but it looks set to develop as a spiritual successor to Nu-Metal/Alt Metal. The growing trend
in synths/electronica elements in metalcore bands pretty much backs this up. So far, Melodeath-influenced acts like Silent Descent and
Blood Stain Child actually don't seem that bad, even if the cheese factor is well beyond normal. Dubstep influences may appear as well.

Blackcore/Blackened Hardcore: Because it was only a matter of time. And just as a side note, Kvelertak rule.
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