|UserSoundoffs 7Album Ratings 701Objectivity 55%Last Active 05-05-15 2:16 pmJoined 04-20-10Forum Posts 1Review Comments 3,208
|Overlooked Metalcore/ Deathcore|
List is a mash of metalcore/ deathcore/ djent/ and progressive metalcore albums that barely have any ratings and happen to rule.
|1||A Sight for Sewn Eyes|
A Sight for Sewn Eyes
Passionate and raw, hardcore/ metalcore from Canada. This sounds like a faster Code Orange or Counterparts without all the self loathing bs, sprinkled with dillinger-esq moments of chaos.
With Time Comes the Comfort
It's hard to believe this band is signed to rise records. They play a style of hardcore that reminds me of defeater or even Modern Life Is War at times.
This album is fucking nuts. Relentless metalcore with some of the strongest and most unique vocal delivery I've heard in a while, and in many ways similar to Keith Buckley' when he gets all dirty south. Unfortunately this album is practically unlistenable due to it being so ear-stabbingly compressed. Tis a shame
Emotionally driven melodic hardcore/ metalcore, that sounds alot like Shai Hulud
|5||With Life In Mind|
Nothing groundbreaking, but still worth a listen if you are looking for your classic metalcore formula with a fair amount of replay value. I highly recommend listening to their 3 singles they released before they broke up, because they have some amazing melodic sections and top notch breakdowns.
Technical wankery mixed with some djent and progressive moments. This album has equally as many proggy cleans as it has deep bellowing growls you would typically hear on any metalcore album. This is pulled off extremely well and keeps songs from every really getting boring.
Demoralization Of The Luminary
Super spacy/ atmospheric deathcore reminicent of Substructure. Lightning fast drums, off timing tourettes breakdowns, and strained high screams that almost sound like Mitch rose from the dead. Album is a bit of a one trick pony, but not to many bands nail the space metal sound this well.
A great metalcore release that is over 10 years old. This is a very nostalgic metalcore album that brings you back to those sweaty basement moshfests we all miss. Plenty of 2-stepping, trim picking, triggered bass drums, and breakdowns that will bring you back to the good ol days.
Progressive metalcore with a ton of melody and intricate guitar sections. Thing the atmospheric/ melodic side of Architects but more technical.
I'm sure you guys have heard this considering it's #5 on the trending albums list. Not sure why I included it but this is probably the heaviest thing I've heard all year. The raw, unpolished, and spastic sound they have achieved really gives this album it's own identity.
Djent/ Deathcore. These guys are from my home town so I had to give them some love. Objectively, this album rips, and could easily pass as The Contortionist - Exoplanet pt. 2.
|12||Damned Spring Fragrantia|
Progressive deathcore/ metalcore done right. It's chaotic, djenty, groovy, and punishingly heavy without falling into typical deathcore stereotypes.
|13||Fall In Archaea|
|14||Kingdom of Giants|
Fast paced, super tight metalcore with probably too many breakdowns. Despite this, songs are very well thought out and every member has a huge presence.
Rest and Let Go
Really a post-hardcore album, but severely overlooked. This pulls a ton of influence from Underoath and Thrice.
Catchy/ melodic metalcore reminisicent of Hundredth or even Comeback Kid.
Memorizing quitar work and song structure. They play a unique blend of post rock/ progressive metal/ and grindcore, somehow transitioning generes mid song seamlessly. This is the only album that has a respectable number of ratings, yet I've never seen it in a list or any sort of "rec me" lists.
|Almost all of these have less than 50 ratings. What else should I check out that hasen't been beaten to death by this site yet?|
|I've heard none of these. Can you narrow down which ones have clean choruses so I can avoid them and check the rest?|
|props for 1, album and band rule|
check out Palm Reader and The Crinn if you haven't
|Lethal Devotion is 7's best song by miles though tbh|
|If you hate cleans, stay away from 6, 9, 14, 15, 16. Although most of those cleans aren't your generic, whiny, risecore cleans.|
fuckin love palm reader.
|DEADWATER DROWNING. Best deathcore, hands down.|
|Title track off 7 is probably my favorite song of theirs. That album is littered with insane moments though. |
|Also, Martyr AD and Bloodlet.|
|Thanks for the recs. I get in a mood for stuff like this some times and never listen to anything new to me.|
|Zygoma - The Forgotten|
Zapruder - From the Horse's Mouth, Fall In Line
Ascariasis - Ocean of Color
Also, adjust your score for Shadow of the Colossus to the proper 4.5 rating pls
|From A Second Story Window was sick. |
Day of Mourning
Embrace the End
Too Pure to Die
|sewn eyes are dope agreed|
|You should check the bands 'Oceans Ate Alaska" "Polaris" and "Cardinals Pride" and last but not least "Continents". Thx for recommending Car Bomb. Besides Novelists, Kingdom of Giants and Napoleon are pretty awesome! (I already knew them) |
|"Also, adjust your score for Shadow of the Colossus to the proper 4.5 rating pls"|
haha yea that was a great album but the only deathcore 4.5s I have are ASP, the Contortionist, The Crimson Armada, and The Discovery, and I just feel those are on another level.
|Dude I love From A Second Story Window. Still shocked Conversations has a 3.3 average, that album is seriously good. |
Thanks guys, Ill have to check out some of these after work
|Also, Walking With Strangers - Hardships for -core band guilty pleasures. |
|How the fuck does Ecce Lex by Nostromo only have 19 votes plz check that is dope af|
|That is man I'll check that for sure. Walking with strangers aren't bad, I was about to throw them on here.|
|I've either been meaning to check out or have not heard of every band on this list. I'm saving this for later.|
|Cheers man, hope you enjoy.|
I forgot to add October Skyline - That's How Tripods Work. They aren't even in the database.