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  1. Embodyment was better before the debut when they were putting out their death metal demos and wow that’s probably the most elitist-sounding thing I've ever said Living Sacrifice was best in the early days too, Nonexistent and Inhabit are awesome pure death metal records
  2. What’s good bois The new At the Gates is good that’s what http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7TnJY6LDRW8"]https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7TnJY6LDRW8 Still don’t know how to funking embed a video via mobile
  3. Sumac is the sheet, Aaron Turner rules https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=z8GadjOYlOw
  4. D'espairsRay is one of the few visual kei bands I've always really liked, can't really explain why. Although their last album wasn't that good with the exception of a few tracks like "Final Call".
  5. Glad you guys are keeping the thread alive while I'm ignoring it lol. Some stuff I've really been digging lately.
  6. Dang that's like the longest anyone's gone without posting, thread is dying lol Been jamming Norma Jean but not posting any cause I still can't do it on my phone
  7. Dude have you heard the new Artificial Brain? Mine just came in the mail And yea Mitochondrion is the sheet
  8. I've heard people say that Daryl Palumbo is the new United Nations frontman (still unconfirmed), but Geoff Rickly has for sure left the project which makes me pretty sad. I only just now realized they released a new song this past January and it's pretty dope, even though I find the lyrics to be a bit cringey, definitely not something Rickly would write. And yea Mathcore is basically just metalcore with an emphasis on odd time signatures and frequent time/tempo changes. A few of my favorites are Seizures, Coalesce, Botch, Knut (combined with sludge metal), The Ocean (only the album Aeolian, all the rest of their stuff is progressive/post-metal). I'm super keen on the bands that Moog listed as well. I'd also count Converge, particularly up until You Fail Me. They still make a lot of use of progressive song structures and odd time signatures but they've made a notable shift towards a more crust-punk style of metalcore on their last couple of albums. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fH3fOA2U6w https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DZi5cthuWI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t89ftvN9oYY Some other great metalcore albums that aren't necessarily mathcore but had a great impact on the genre would be Rorschach - Protestant Deadguy - Fixation on a Coworker Kiss It Goodbye - She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not Starkweather - Crossbearer
  9. 7A7P doesn't quite make my top ten of metalcore but they're still rad. Kidcrash is one of my favorite emo bands though, I have Jokes and Snacks on CD.
  10. I've never been a huge fan of Every Time I Die despite being a big fan of mathcore, but United Nations is the jam, along with pretty much anything else Geoff Rickly does
  11. Pretty good grind jam, I had fun ad-libbing random vox over it lol. Might have to check out that Superior Drummer program, sounds legit. Also, this is perfection.
  12. I dig the new tracks, I've seen a lot of people express disappointment but I'm excited for the album.
  13. It's hardly a problem. We're pretty loose with that stuff and at least one person here digs post-bm Ulver. Got a War All the Time hoodie at the Thursday show, pretty sweet
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