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Deathcore That Doesn't Suck

Yeah, I know lists like this are made all the time, but I'm bored, and haven't made a list in a while. So suck it.

Animosity's best album, imo. Though labeling Animosity "deathcore" is a
little inaccurate.
2Beneath The Massacre
Mechanics Of Dysfunction

For some reason, I always see people listing Evidence Of Inequity as Beneath The
Massacre best effort, but have never understood why. I could see why someone may not
like this album. Mechanics Of Dysfunction strides to be extremely fast, technical, and brutal
all at the same time. Initially I didn't think much of it (say, a 3 out of 5 or so), but after
repeatedly listening to the album, a lot more becomes apparent, and it turns out
Mechanics Of Dysfunction is actually a really, really, really good album, although very
layered, and hard to get into.
3Hester Prynne
The Goswell Divorce

This album is just plain good. There's not really anything else to say about it, go
listen to it. Now.
4Fatal Recoil

Stigmatizing the Backslider was also a great album by them, but I still like
Malicious more.
Total Domination

Brutal deathcore, somewhat similar to Fatal Recoil
6The Red Chord
Fused Together in Revolving Doors

This, and the album they put out last year are the only 2 I really care for
from them.
7 (the) Plasmarifle
While You Were Sleeping, The World Forever Changed In an Instant

Again, not really 'deathcore' (Tech death-grind, if I had to guess).
Regardless, an excellent album. Last I heard they lost their vocalist, but
were still going to carry on, hopefully they do, and put out a new album (or
hell, even an EP) soon.
8Thy Art is Murder
Infinite Death

It surprised me how much I enjoyed this EP. On one hand, it does almost
everything that I usually hate from deathcore bands, but on the other,
everything is done so well, and at the end of the day; it's enjoyable.

So, uh, I ran out of deathcore bands. So here's 2 completely unrelated
albums that still kick mega amounts of ass.

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