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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicRock and Pop · 1 decade ago

Some good Math-Core bands?

Well I listen to Protest The Hero and I was wondering if anyone knew of some other good Math-Core bands. (Excluding Dragonforce =P)

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Pysopus

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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    RE:

    Some good Math-Core bands?

    Well I listen to Protest The Hero and I was wondering if anyone knew of some other good Math-Core bands. (Excluding Dragonforce =P)

    Source(s): good math core bands: https://shortly.im/XrV4y
  • 6 years ago

    I know this question is old as heck, but for other people who see this, I recommend the following:

    Destrage

    Dance Gavin Dance

    Revocation (not sure if math-core but still good)

    Fall of Troy

    The Human Abstract

    Between The Buried and Me

    Polyphia

    Blotted Science

    I'm a big PTH fan myself but I wouldn't say that all PTH fans will automatically like these bands. Protest the Hero is pretty unique so it is difficult to find bands that have both the same level of skill and the same musical style.

  • LzBlz
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    * Math Rock bands use complex time signatures in their songs.

    * As the Sun Sets

    * Behold... The Arctopus

    * Beneath the Massacre

    * Blood Has Been Shed

    * Botch

    * Candiria

    * Creation Is Crucifixion

    * Curl Up and Die

    * Converge

    * Daughters

    * Dance Club Massacre

    * The Dillinger Escape Plan

    * Ed Gein

    * Electro Quarterstaff

    * The End

    * The Fall of Troy

    * Fear Before the March of Flames

    * Five Star Prison Cell

    * Foreign Objects

    * Head Wound City

    * HeavyHeavyLowLow

    * Hella

    * The Hubble Constant

    * The Human Abstract

    * Into the Moat

    * Ion Dissonance

    * If Lucy Fell

    * The Locust

    * Look What I Did

    * Manhattan Skyline

    * Misery Signals

    * The Number Twelve Looks Like You

    * Psyopus

    * Public Relations Exercise

    * SikTh

    * Some Girls

    * Tera Melos

    * These Arms are Snakes

    Source(s): * Library
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  • Susan
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Math core is cool. You've already been given some good answers so i won't bother recapitulating. Can i add you? Note to Adam: sorry, bro. I accidentally gave you a thumbs down, i clicked the wrong button. I was trying to give you a thumb up.

  • 1 decade ago

    I dig some cool tech-death bands, which I believe is pretty similar to "math-core"

    Try Meshuggah and Dillinger Escape Plan to start. Mind is blank right now.

    Oh, also check out OLD Soudngarden, believe it or not. Their 1st album Ultramega OK is ridiculous with bizarre time signatures and riffs you'd need a calculus degree to understand.

    Source(s): (edit) Giant Squid Behold...The Arctopus Circle Takes the Square Daughters Coalesce Converge (sorta) Neurosis Today is the Day Some Girls
  • fertig
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Mathcore Bands

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Technical Death Metal is way better.

    check out:

    Psycroptic

    Atheist

    Alarum

    but if you really want Math Core i've heard "The Day Everthing Became Nothing" are good

  • 1 decade ago

    My god, no one listens to Drive Like Jehu or Don Caballero???

    They are the pioneers of "math" rock/core. Pay dues!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Blood Has Been Shed

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