Paul Quinones

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Post-(insert genre)

My own band, most aptly described, is post-everything. Primarily a 2000s emo brand of post hardcore, but we heavily lean into post rock and post metal in some of our songs. What other bands can you name that do this? I'm looking for bands that have garnered a good following with this kind of formula for some inspiration.
1A Continent Named Coma
The Lachrymose Sessions - Demo

My band. Take this with a grain of salt, we did the three most ready songs at the time so the most post-rock/metal elements are almost non-existent on these three.
Lost in the Sound of Separation

Like the closing track on many records they've put out as well as a few others, Underoath is a stalwart example.

Another shining example, probably the closest single comparison moreso than Underoath since they've stuck to the same general formula over the years.
4Pianos Become the Teeth
Keep You

We've gotten this one a few times for our more mellow tracks, and I'm pretty happy about that.
5Holy Fawn
Death Spells

The most prominent group in our scene for being post-stuff. They don't have any of the post-hardcore elements, however. INCREDIBLE band. Listen to them if you haven't.
6Touche Amore
Is Survived By

Another comparison we've gotten at times, but moreso for vocal stylings than musical inclinations. This one can be debated in ways, but I think the post-rock elements a lot of the time seem to be more like suggestions rather than laid out post-rock tracks. The post-hardcore is strong with this one.
7Being As An Ocean
How We Both Wondrously Perish

A big inspiration for myself and a few of our bandmates. They've gone a Changing-era Underoath direction in a way. Accessible content on par with Underoath in that time.

I don't anticipate us going off of the deep end in any similar way as Hundredth, but we do tend to take some influence here in varying degrees.
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