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Tag Archives: Deathcore

Thy Art is Murder release subtle statement on Suicide Silence slight

Posted by on February 8, 2017

  Having been the subject of quite a bit of internet hatred over the last month or so, Suicide Silence vocalist Eddie Hermida recently defended the band’s switch toward clean vocals at clrvynt. Hermida explained about their musical shift: “I think every band that isn’t a new deathcore band, pretty much all the originators branched out […]

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Countdown to deathcore extinction, or just a slow death? Carnifex weighs in

Posted by on January 18, 2017

Remember the late nineties?  A time after grunge and post-grunge, when nu-metal bands were a dime a dozen? Many praised this subgenre that welcomed bands like Slipknot, KoRn, Disturbed, and loads more. It was an amazing time to be “nu,” despite wondering if the next metal genre would be called nu-nu or nuer. Eventually, this […]

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Whitechapel’s Alex Wade Talks New Self-Titled Album: “We’re So Much More” Than Deathcore Now

Posted by on June 19, 2012

As one of the biggest bands in metalcore right now, Knoxville, TN-based Whitechapel keeps doing things to defy genre pigeonholing.  Their fourth album Whitechapel is arguably their heaviest, most death metal-sounding release yet, and with a high-profile stint on the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival just around the corner, they’ll be playing to the same crowds […]

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