|need genre elitists|
|One of these is not like the others. 7 is amazing.|
|#8 is most definitely not post-hardcore imo. I mean you could stretch it I guess, but that album is more like streamlined pop/alt-punk (huh?) with Ben's crazy vocals.|
#6 could be considered that, maybe mainstream melodic post-hardcore? Great album regardless
And isn't #9 just pop/punk with metalcore mixed in? Idk, I don't like that band lol
|#2 is just plain Melodic Punk. Their earlier work has shades of Post-Hardcore in it tho.|
#6 is Metalcore.
#7 is Post-Hardcore with a big influence from Gainesville and Melodic Punk.
#9 is just late 2000s Pop Punk with some Metalcore elements thrown in.
#8 I just know that BT itself said on FB that they are much influenced by At the Drive-In. Some riffs definitely remind me at ATDI. Some people consider this album as phc, that's why I asked.
#2 Are you sure about that? I found Caution already on many PHC-Lists and that confuses me the most since I listened to it and I wouldn't call that PHC tbh.
|6 fucks |
|Yeah I get that, I can see the influences and I love that record. It just doesn't feel very phc to me, but eh, I don't know crap.|
|Steak you godfather of core and more, pls share your genre knowledge with me|
|I said that Caution wasnt Post-Hardcore but HWM earlier stuff had Post-Hardcore elements.|
|And I said I found Caution already on many phc lists.|
|1. Alternative Rock|
2. Melodic Hardcore
5. Alternative Rock
8. Alternative Rock
9. Easycore or Popcore
|All rock music tbh.|
|doesn’t matter what they are, 2 and 8 still fuck |
|yeah I’d consider these all to be in some way post-hxc but um|
|although putting nothing more on here is kinda weird aren’t they supposed to be like some sort of chevelle cover band|
|1. never heard|
3. heard but don't remember
4. never heard
5. never heard
7. never heard
8. never heard
9. pee pee poo poo music
|4 is awesome |
|2 is soooo so good|