what happened to hardcore?
this is hardcore:
what happened? now its all little emo bitches whining about how they're girlfriends dumped them because she caught them trying to wear her pants.
can someone please explain this to me? why couldnt they just come up with their own name for the genre rather than stealing it from people who actually make music whit meaning.
- Austin GremlinLv 510 years agoFavorite Answer
I've been wondering that lately too. Hardcore Punk used to be amazing. It seems Hardcore took many different paths. For one, it started Horror Punk. And let's not forget that Hardcore Punk mixed with Indie Rock somewhere in the late 80's and started Grunge which then went on to become Post-Grunge. I think Bad Religion is really the cause of why Hardcore stopped being so hardcore. Don't get me wrong, I love Bad Religion. They opened a new chapter in Punk Rock history by giving hardcore more of a melody (thus Melodic Hardcore). Other bands latched on to it and a sister genre called Post-Hardcore which came out of Melodic Hardcore and Pop Punk. From Post-Hardcore and Post-Grunge came Emotive Hardcore. Shorted, it's referred to as Emo. Being an all-around music lover (I love nearly everything, except for Teen Pop and Crunk or Crunkcore) I listen to all of these. I'll list the good ones and there are some unheard of ones that you might like too.
The Dead Betties
St. James Gate
Michale Graves (solo)
Alice In Chains
Porno for Pyros
Stone Temple Pilots
The Presidents of the United States of America
3 Doors Down
At the Drive-In
Polar Bear Club
- rueLv 43 years ago
Cody Rhodes became on him and teamed up with Ted DiBiase at Night Of Champions 2008 then on January sixteen, 2009, Holly was once published from his WWE agreement, after 15 years with the enterprise.
- Scott.Lv 410 years ago
Your links don't work. And you're probably referencing The Devil Wears Prada and stuff like that. But that's labeled scene music, not hardcore. Personally, I don't like any of it.
- Anonymous10 years ago
Hardcore... Well, there are still hardcore bands around, they are just painstakingly co-existing with emo bands.
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- saetiaLv 410 years ago
it all went unknown and underground...
a hardcore band i like a lot is BANE. also Touche Amore is another one of my favourites.
some of Crime In Stereo's stuff is considered hardcore, but their newer stuff is post-.
- Anonymous10 years ago
Hardcore was good..then As I lay Dying came along...
- JosalynLv 710 years ago
Depends, do you mean 80s hardcore? Well, it's quite obviously not the 80s anymore, and music has to evolve and grow.
Of course, there are still hardcore bands around. Mostly in the form of post-hardcore, bands like Thrice, Thursday, A Day To Remember, etc.
- 4 years ago
Sounds really interested
- RyanLv 710 years ago
Dude, Just let it go and don't listen to it! Let whoever want to still listen, and you don't have to listen to it anymore. Simple, as 1 + 1 = 2.
And if there's anyone that's whining - it's you!
- ☆ for senate!Lv 510 years ago
People got tired of it giving them ear-bleeds and headaches