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Top 5 Biggest Metalcore/post-hardcore Bands Atm
5Escape The Fate
Dying Is Your Latest Fashion

They were one of the first bands to combine post-hardcore with hardrock and
probably the most successful, if this list was being made in 2007 they would be 1,
unfortunately Craig isn't as talented as Ronnie so their popularity has decreased
4Falling in Reverse
The Drug in Me Is You

thanks to their unique, genre-bending sound and Ronnie Radke's ability to write
catchy songs, FIR became one of the most popular bands of the scene (no pun
intended) in no time
3Sleeping With Sirens
Let's Cheers to This

Kellin is becoming a legend to be honest. These guys mixed a load of genres
(metalcore, indie, alternative, emo, pop) on their debut which is now considered a
classic and a cornerstone of the genre
2Asking Alexandria
Reckless and Relentless

just like Escape The Fate they gain influence from hardrock but they're going for a
much heavier and technical sound, they're probably the most influential metalcore
band of the last 5 years
1Bring Me The Horizon
There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It

no explanation needed here, these guys has the biggest army of scene girls and Oli
is probably the hottest frontman in the genre, they have many cool breakdowns,
the only thing I don't like about them is the production, with Joey Sturgis they
would be even better, heavier trendier and more popular but, well, they're still a
step above everyone in the genre
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