*** The Official HXC Music Thread ***
- 09-20-2007, 02:24 PM
A Well Thought Tragedy
What can I say. I love my Metalcore, and AWTT is a solid band that is melodic and has solid breakdowns. And this is one band I will make sure I pick up the actual CD for my collection.
I know real HXC is about teh vinyl but, I gotz no record player...
Funny that a description of the band is on Urban Dictionary
In what is becoming a monotonous scene of breakdown anthems, AWTT bring their hearts to the table over and over again. Every-time blowing minds more than the time before. AWTTís love and appreciation for metal is reflected in their killer riffs and melodic choruses. After that complete brutality takes over. Having been compared to bands such Dead to Fall, As I Lay Dying, I Killed The Prom Queen, and other uprising bands in the metal-core scene, A Well Thought Tragedy is guaranteed to reel you in like a blood thirsty barracuda. Unlike a lot of metal-core bands out today, these fellers break the mold introducing head bopping riffs that even the inexperienced of this style can appreciate. AWTT brings elements of every style from old/new school hardcore, big hair/groove metal, to just plain out brutal...with a hint of punk rock here and there. Be prepared for a new sound in this "every band sounds the same" era. Seriously, you won't be disappointed.
Dying For What We Love
2. Failure Was Designed To Destroy
3. Further Down The Spiral We Come Crashing
4. Murder With Your Eyes
5. A Quiet Separation
- 09-20-2007, 03:36 PM
Horse The Band is pretty badass.
HeavyHeavyLowLow - Fairly decent...
The Devil Wears Prada - They have a few killer tracks.
Old Underoath is greatness- Acts of Depression and Cries of the past are the best CD's by far. The new screamer has a better voice unfortunately IMO. Others like the old singer.
Old Atreyu is good too. The new CD is pure balls though
- 09-21-2007, 06:28 PM
If anybody here has a high appreciation for progressive metal and hardcore you absolutely have to pick up the new BTBAM album Colors. It is without a doubt one of the most flowing, rythmic, well orchestrated example of brutal yet subtle musical compilations I've ever come across in this genre.. a truly impressive piece of work and I highly recommend you give it a shot!!! (and no I don't work for Victory ) Do it... hey, DO IT.
09-21-2007, 07:03 PM
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09-24-2007, 01:10 PM
Stumbled on to this video on youtube.com
BTW Symphony in Peril is another great band that I will do a profile on when I get teh chance...
09-24-2007, 01:26 PM
09-24-2007, 02:21 PM
I wasn't going to list these guys, but The Bled have their new album on their MySpace page.
Wiki:The Bled is a post-hardcore band from Tucson, Arizona. The band members united over their love of music and their desire to get out of Tucson. They formed in 2001 and soon established a name for themselves in their home town, playing many shows and often to sold out audiences. Eventually they signed to Fiddler Records and released one album through them - Pass The Flask. The band toured extensively in support of this album. However, before recording started for their second album, original bass player, Mike Celi, left the band. He was replaced by Darren Simoes. The band is currently signed to Vagrant Records and through them, released their second album, Found In The Flood in 2005. They have toured alongside such bands as Slipknot, Alexisonfire, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Thrice, Midtown, The Used, My Chemical Romance, Underoath, Senses Fail, and AFI. The Bled's very first headlining tour was shared with Protest the Hero of Canada. They will soon embark on the Projekt Revolution tour, along with My Chemical Romance, Linkin Park, HIM, and others.
INFO:Silent Treatment is the third studio album from Tucson, AZ's The Bled. This time the band moved up to Baltimore, MD to work with producer extraordinaire Brian McTernan (Thrice, Circa Survive, From Autumn To Ashes). This record is more of a retreat back to their earlier recordings, which featured stripped-down, raw energy and massive rif***e. Despite that, the band also found ways to use some of their experimental edge to create some of the most unique songs found in heavy music today.
1. Shadetree Mechanics
2. You Should Be Ashamed Of Myself
3. Threes Away
4. Asleep On The Front Lines
5. Platonic Sleepover Massacre
6. Starving Artiste
7. The Silver Lining
8. Some Just Vanish
9. Breathing Room Barricades
10. Beheaded My Way
11. My Bitter Half
09-24-2007, 03:00 PM
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10-02-2007, 06:26 PM
A couple of solid releases today:
A Plea for Purging - "A Critique of Mind and Thought"
Inked in Blood - "Sometimes We Are Beautiful"
10-08-2007, 03:39 PM
Been listening to my iTunes on shuffle and this band popped up, along with many others...........
Solid MetalCore with a Melodic edge. Reminds me of 12 Tribes, Misery Signals, etc...
LIGEIA was formed by Keith Holuk and Ryan Ober in December 2003. After many line up changes, Ligeia formed into its finest with the addition of Bryan Forbes and Jake Lawrence. Ligeia has been touring DIY since they started and played just over 300 shows in 2006. They have raged across the U.S. and Canada many times as well as pulling stunts in the U.K., Belgium, and The Netherlands. They have toured with such bands as Remembering Never, Misery Signals, Haste The Day, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Ion Dissonance, Ringworm, August Burns Red, Ed Gein, From A Second Story Window, and played countless shows with many other awesome bands. Their debut record "Your Ghost is a Gift" was recorded in December 2004 by Ken Susi of Unearth and released in late March 2006 on Ferret Music.
So what the hell is Ligeia anyways? Pretend to care now because you won't once you actually find out. Believe it or not it's a girl's name, imagine that, a hot, dead female. Well they don't really know if she was hot or not, but we can all just pretend. It's also a story by a dead author, Edgar Allen Poe. He married his cousin, and the band thinks that's pretty cool.
For all you cats in MA looks like they are putting on a free show, so check them out.
Your Ghost Is A Gift
FRT65 - Mar 21, 2006
1. Beyond A Doubt
2. I'm Sorry You're Ugly
3. Heart Attack
4. Judas Complex
5. The Blackout
6. Household Stereotypes
7. Makin' Love To A Murderer
8. Swollen Eye View
9. Always, Forever
10. Dead Man's Bride
11. Wishing Wells
10-08-2007, 03:44 PM
10-08-2007, 04:18 PM
Heavy beat down SXE hardcore from MA
Take It To The Streets
Rock Vegas Records
RV023 - Dec 5, 2006
1. Time's Mistake
2. A Traitor's Dedication
3. Live & Regret
4. Dead To Me
5. Less Than Nothing
6. To The Top
7. All In
10-16-2007, 11:20 AM
Originally Posted by dethklok
All That Remains<--- Solid band
Ankla <---Haven't heard of them
Arch Enemy <--- Heard of them but really haven't made my playlist
Blood For Blood (and Ramallah) <--- I loved Spit my last Breath from BFB, but haven't listened to Ramallah that much, I going to have to have give them a second look.
Chimaira <---- A solid metal band. I need to pick up their latest release
Dry Kill Logic <---- Just heard these guys a couple months ago, but haven't listed to them all that much, but they sound pretty solid
Hatebreed <---- One of my all time favorites. I belive they are in process of writing another album
Heaven Shall Burn <---- Some great German metal. I am sure you have heard of Caliban, if not check them out. Looks like they have a new album coming out.
Illdisposed <---- Never heard of them
Spineshank <--- Good metal band, I like the lead singer's new band a lot better though Silent Civilian
10-16-2007, 02:01 PM
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10-18-2007, 05:10 PM
Arise and Ruin
Solid MetalCore. Remind me a lot of Unearth, but heavier and tougher.
INFO: Guelph, Ontario is usually not known for anything more than junior hockey, but Arise And Ruin hope to put their humble hometown on the metal map with their Victory debut, "The Final Dawn." Having completed tour dates with Between The Buried And Me, The Red Chord, Cephalic Carnage and August Burns Red, Arise and Ruin are set to take their brand of Slayer, Darkest Hour, and At the Gates-inspired mayhem to international audiences.
The Fear Of
1.Always the Same
Upcoming release "The Final Dawn" Oct 30
1. Bound By Blood Download
2. The Final Dawn
3. End Of The Road
4. To The Grind
5. Amidst Devils
7. Always The Same
8. Pale Horse
9. In Life
10. Fear Itself
10-20-2007, 02:12 PM
Dunno if these have been mentioned but-
A Life Once Lost
that's the only ones i can remember off the top of my head right now
10-20-2007, 02:27 PM
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10-25-2007, 10:34 AM
All dates are with All That Remains, Haste the Day, & Through the Eyes of the Dead...
October 27 Marquee Theatre - Tempe, AZ (Phoenix)
October 28 Sunshine Theater - Albuquerque, NM
October 30 White Rabbit - San Antonio, TX
October 31 The Door - Dallas, TX
November 1 Meridian - Houston, TX
November 2 House Of Blues - New Orleans, LA
November 3 The Masquerade - Atlanta, GA
November 4 Revolution - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
November 5 House Of Blues - Lake Buena Vista, FL (Orlando)
November 7 Tremont Music Hall - Charlotte, NC
November 8 The Norva - Norfolk, VA
November 9 Trocadero - Philadelphia, PA
November 10 The Palladium - Worcester, MA
November 11 Rams Head Live! - Baltimore, MD
November 12 Nokia Theatre - New York, NY
November 14 House Of Blues - Cleveland, OH
November 15 Clutch Cargoís - Pontiac, MI (Detroit)
November 16 Newport Music Hall - Columbus, OH
November 17 Rocketown - Nashville, TN
November 18 Popís - Sauget, IL (St. Louis, MO)
November 19 House Of Blues - Chicago, IL
November 20 Cabooze On The West Bank - Minneapolis, MN
November 21 The Beaumont Club - Kansas City, Mo
November 23 Gothic Theater - Englewood, CO (Denver)
November 24 The Great Salt Air - Magna, UT (Salt Lake City)
November 26 Slimís - San Francisco, CA
November 27 Slimís - San Francisco, CA
November 28 Wiltern Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
November 30 Soma - San Diego, CA
I know Rpen is in AZ
10-25-2007, 08:26 PM
10-26-2007, 10:07 AM
10-26-2007, 05:02 PM
Yeah I recognized the singer.. who else is in there?
Also- if you remember the OLD OLD throwdown singer, back when they were still doing local shows in socal... he made a little side project called xrainx .
Dont know where to find some downloads of that though :|
10-26-2007, 05:32 PM
10-29-2007, 01:36 AM
Hey here's a blast from the past from the heyday of trustkill records, they broke up, but they got back together and just put out a new album!
MySpace.com - NORA - US - Hardcore / Metal / Screamo - www.myspace.com/nora
Looks like they still kick ass too!
10-29-2007, 08:43 AM
10-29-2007, 10:28 AM
[media=300, 400, false]http://digitalsynthesis.net/Harvest_Epicure.mp3[/media]
10-29-2007, 01:40 PM
Also I don't know if it's been mentioned on here before but what was that one trustkill band with the really fat guy for a frontman? Man those guys could rip it up!
Also check out Brother's Keeper:
Skycamefalling is an old school Ferret band that broke up in 2003, again this was before Ferret blew nuts as a lot of other labels do as well.
MySpace.com - Skycamefalling - Hardcore - www.myspace.com/skycamefalling1021
10-29-2007, 02:52 PM
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