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Inuzuka Skysword 07-29-2007 10:36 PM

Emo, Screamo, Post Hardcore, etc. suggestions
 
Alright I am taking a month brake from metal to learn more about these genres of music. So I am going to need suggestions of talented (Original or Technical) bands from these genres. So what are some good bands?

Laces Out Dan! 07-29-2007 11:01 PM

The Fall of Troy
The Fall of Troy
Hot Cross
The Fall of Troy

Inuzuka Skysword 07-29-2007 11:03 PM

I already listen to the amazing band, The Fall of Troy, but I will check out Hot Cross. I have to get a lot of this stuff in because I want to know a lot about these genres when the month of August is over.

Laces Out Dan! 07-29-2007 11:05 PM

Im sure you've heard At The Drive-In?

Inuzuka Skysword 07-29-2007 11:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by _LesPaul43_ (Post 384312)
Im sure you've heard At The Drive-In?

Yeah I have their debut album and I really liek it. I should probably get their others.

swim 07-29-2007 11:28 PM

A Day in Black and White

Laces Out Dan! 07-29-2007 11:29 PM

Relationship of Command and Vaya are must haves. They're soo good.

A_Perfect_Sonnet 07-30-2007 12:09 AM

I'll give 3 to 5 selections from the main 3 you wanted.

Screamo:

Bright Calm Blue
Circle Takes the Square (or Devar-Toi who have a very similar sound)
Versoma
With Horses In Her Eyes (aka Histories)
Love Like... Electrocution

Emo:

Cap'n Jazz
State Route 522
Daniel Striped Tiger

Post-Hardcore:

Circa Survive
Evaline
Trophy Scars
Minus the Bear

CAPTAIN CAVEMAN 07-30-2007 12:32 AM

Check out:

Envy (Japanese; post-rock influences on later albums, more hardcore on the older ones)
Mass Movement of the Moth (Unique screamo/post-hardcore band with some nice electronic sounds. If you check them out and like them, I recommend listening to some Song of Zarathustra as well. They're a bit similar.)
I Would Set Myself on Fire for You (screamo with some experimental tendencies and nice instrumentals.)
Saetia (I might get a bit of hate for suggesting them, but they're still a good band to get into screamo, I feel.)

xcassiusx 07-30-2007 02:52 AM

CHECK OUT...

Circle Takes The Square (one of thee most talente screamo bands, ever. crazy time signatures and epic song writing and structure)

Daniel Striped Tiger

Bright Calm Blue
("a direct approach for a casual conversation" album)

Off Minor (like Saetia, featuring 3/5 members, but way more easier for this kind of metal listener to probably enjoy...great intensity and way more talented and jazzy riffs)

Phoenix Bodies ("raise the bull**** flag" album - screamo meets tech metal and grindcore...)

You And I (one of THEE most IMPORTANT, and influential early screamo bands. They offer everything needed, the fast and chaotic screamo parts, featuring tech-metal riffs, softer and passionate moments, with hints of those mid-90s emo also, and pure genius vocal-stylizing (it's quite complex, very brilliant)


I can't believe no one has mentioned you and i
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