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All things modern hardcore. There will be no grind or sludgcore in this list in order to avoid duplicates. You will find some grind here and some sludgecore here. If it is classic hardcore punk you seek, I advise you to try Lit.'s list.

- Since I moved those heavy ones, I'll need some time to rearrange and fill this up with all the hardcore goodness I said no to before.
- Order changes depending on what I am currently obsessed with

Created by: Ilham | 03.08.2014



1. Death Engine - Mud
2015 - Noise + Hardcore - Anguish in an urban setting - Review: http://tinyurl.com/qjz4oz9 - Listen: http://tinyurl.com/qzxa3dw
2. Silent Planet - The Night God Slept
2014 - Raw and passionate melodic metalcore. http://tinyurl.com/ndq84az
3. Idylls - Prayer For Terrene
2014 - Post hardcore/noise. Completely bonkers. Seriously. http://tinyurl.com/pm7kd8b
4. Plebeian Grandstand - Lowgazers
2014 - Black/hardcore. Dissonant. http://tinyurl.com/kubug9m - Free legal download.
5. Fjørt - D'accord
2014 - Post-hardcore/screamo sang in German. Just the right amount of emotion and aggression. http://tinyurl.com/l4hnw2n
6. The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza - Danza IIII: The Alpha - The Omega
2012 - MATHCORE MOTHERFUCKERS - http://tinyurl.com/pycytf9
7. Euglena - Split
2014 - EP - Black/grindcore. A younger Anaal Nathrakh without the cyber elements gone hardcore? http://tinyurl.com/pmvq7wr - Free legal download.
8. Nice Hooves - Nice Hooves
2013 - Hardcore/sludge/rock. Imagine Queens Of The Stone Age gone hardcore/sludge. http://tinyurl.com/kcfmt26 - Free legal download.
9. Jack The Stripper - Raw Nerve
2013 - Hardcore/mathcore. Chaotic. Heavy. Shit band name, great variety in the vocals, sometimes similar to Randy Blythe's. http://tinyurl.com/oc9q3q6
10. Doctor Livingstone - Contemptus Saeculi
2014 - DsO-core. Very innovative. http://tinyurl.com/o7hhyzm
11. The Tidal Sleep - Vorstellungskraft
2014 - Beautiful post-hardcore, screamo to be precise. http://tinyurl.com/p6ckqzr
12. Martyrdöd - Paranoia
2012 - Crust/D-beat. Catchy catchy. http://tinyurl.com/qxhgcmd
13. Black Monolith - Passenger
2014 - Black/crust/post-rock. More depressing that most of these. http://tinyurl.com/pxoqhnn - Free legal download.
14. Hierophant - Peste
2014 - Pummeling blackened, death grind and punk like you've never heard.
15. Murder Construct - Results
2012 - The results are in, and they're fucking good. http://tinyurl.com/pfn37cy
16. Kvelertak - Meir
2012 - Blackened punk. Get dancing, come on. http://tinyurl.com/ny72kzj
17. Raised Fist - Ignoring The Guidelines
2000 - Holy fucking shit, angry fast hardcore punk with a raspy/rappy fast vocal delivery and great riffs. http://tinyurl.com/pcq5xuk
18. Hexis - XI
2012 - EP - Black/hardcore. Dissonant. Angry. http://tinyurl.com/os8729s - Free legal download.
19. Trap Them - Blissfucker
2014 - Hardcore. Heavy shit. http://tinyurl.com/mwmzuew
20. All Pigs Must Die - Nothing Violates This Nature
2013 - Very aggressive hardcore/thrash. http://tinyurl.com/nyqjfg6
21. Everything Went Black - Cycles Of Light
2012 - Black/hardcore. http://tinyurl.com/kagym5w
22. Enabler - La Fin Absolue Du Monde
2014 - Catchy hardcore, pretty good guitar work.
23. Oh, Sleeper - Children Of Fire
2011 - Fucking angry metalcore - http://tinyurl.com/m2pfh6f
24. Dark Circles - MMXIV
2014 - Black/crust. http://tinyurl.com/k3wdm4c
25. Dark Sermon - In Tongues
2013 - Deathcore - Death metal wrapped deathcore for your pleasure. http://tinyurl.com/n7x6pfa
26. The Armed - Spreading Joy
2012 - EP - Hardcore. A little thrash. http://tinyurl.com/m7tdwr8 - Free legal download.
27. Seizures - The Sanity Universal
2014 - Mathcore bitch - http://tinyurl.com/lth63rv
28. Black Breath - Sentenced To Life
2012 - Death with a hardcore/groovy twist. Best thing to start your day with. http://tinyurl.com/kkskct9
29. Let It Die - Because The World Is Perfidious, I Am Going Into Mourning
2013 - EP - Split with Monolithian. Hardcore. Doom-ier release because of the association with Monolithian. http://tinyurl.com/lqosy7v - Free legal download.
30. Ossacrux - Orgi Of Atrocities
2013 - EP - Crust/d-beat goodness, with a great vocalist and catchy songs - http://tinyurl.com/oxjuqy2
31. Code Orange - Love Is Love​/​/​Return To Dust
2012 - Formely "Code Orange Kids" - unpredictable and heavy hardcore - http://tinyurl.com/nat9yzs
32. Fever Dreams - Life Has Departed
2014 - Gnarly blackened grindcore/hardcore - http://tinyurl.com/pk6z8fa - Free legal download
33. Homewrecker - Worms & Dirst
2012 - Motherfucking crusty thrashy punk - http://tinyurl.com/p4qe35p
34. Colossvs - Unholy
2014 - Behemoth-like with crust elements, but 78425652558 times better than actual current Behemoth. http://tinyurl.com/mukua4z
35. Villains - Freudian Slip
2014 - Disjointed mathcore madness - http://tinyurl.com/qy6g4f2
36. Jungbluth - Partache
2013 - Post-hardcore - Scream your heart out - http://tinyurl.com/lw2swcn
37. Baptists - Bushcraft
2013 - Hardcore, you know, it's awesome. http://tinyurl.com/l6zl6o6
38. ACHE - Self-titled
2014 - Post-hardcore. Melancholic and chaotic. http://tinyurl.com/kvtoapv - Free legal download.
39. Ringworm - Hammer Of The Witch
2014 - Hardcore. More traditional than most of this list. http://tinyurl.com/o2w4urj
40. Convert - Convert 7"
2014 - Hardcore/D-beat. A little grindy at times. http://tinyurl.com/np35jm9 - Free legal download.
41. Oathbreaker - Eros-Anteros
2014 - Hardcore. A little black. http://tinyurl.com/n553oew
42. Calvaiire - Forceps
2013 - Hardcore. With a little black metal and dissonance. Chaotic. http://tinyurl.com/ksbmo9o
43. Protestant - In Thy Name
2014 - Raw black/crust with hardcore vocals. http://tinyurl.com/ltub9j3
44. Pine Barrens - King Maker
2013 - Let's call it hardcore with thrasy and bm elements. http://tinyurl.com/obw63jr
45. Cleric - Regressions
2010 - Mathcore - It's a weird album, very long and with experimental passages, but worth the try. http://tinyurl.com/kwvffv6
46. Bury What's Left - Memoirs
2014 - EP - Metalcore is definitely not for pussies when it's well done - http://tinyurl.com/lqztxv9
47. Herod (SUI) - They Were None
2014 - Meshuggah-core. Heavy shit. http://tinyurl.com/mcohwal



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Ilham - 23.02.2015 at 02:49  
Written by LeKiwi on 23.02.2015 at 02:39

I was far too impressionable when I first started listening to metal. I heard -core was for "posers" and immediately disregarding anything of the sort. Only recently was I able to smack myself out of that misinformed daze and enjoy some -core

Just checked: I've only heard songs from Sound Of The Republic and Veil Of Ignorance. Off to listen to their 2000 release! I'll let you know the verdict

Yeah, seriously young people are stupid. Same here, only last May I unclenched my sphincter and let myself enjoy it. That time might have come much faster if I hadn't been pouting at all extreme music from mid-2008 to mid-2014 though.

Okay, I'm writing those names down. Seeing how much I love this, I'll do a discog run in the coming days, starting with those two and we'll see if you liked those songs for a reason .
LeKiwi - 23.02.2015 at 03:04  
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Written by Ilham on 23.02.2015 at 02:49


Yeah, seriously young people are stupid. Same here, only last May I unclenched my sphincter and let myself enjoy it. That time might have come much faster if I hadn't been pouting at all extreme music from mid-2008 to mid-2014 though.

Okay, I'm writing those names down. Seeing how much I love this, I'll do a discog run in the coming days, starting with those two and we'll see if you liked those songs for a reason .

Turns out I really enjoyed Ignoring The Guidelines; it helped me study as well I can't guarantee those two albums will be better though - I probably just liked them at the time for their catchy tunes Time to listen to Dedication
Ilham - 24.02.2015 at 01:16  
Written by LeKiwi on 23.02.2015 at 03:04

Turns out I really enjoyed Ignoring The Guidelines; it helped me study as well I can't guarantee those two albums will be better though - I probably just liked them at the time for their catchy tunes Time to listen to Dedication

Well I'm glad it turns out we both like it after all . I tried Sound Of The Republic, and it slays. I've eaten a lot of Raised Fist in 24 hours, so all this will need digesting. I'll keep my eyes ears peeled for something similar and tell you about it.
LeKiwi - 24.02.2015 at 02:32  
Written by Ilham on 24.02.2015 at 01:16

Well I'm glad it turns out we both like it after all . I tried Sound Of The Republic, and it slays. I've eaten a lot of Raised Fist in 24 hours, so all this will need digesting. I'll keep my eyes ears peeled for something similar and tell you about it.

Sound Of The Republic is probably my favourite at the moment, but - like you - I've really stuffed my face with this band so I'll see how I feel after a while Please do! If there's more hardcore out there for me, I want to hear it
Joe Zombie - 16.03.2015 at 12:52  
Might I suggest these albums:

Isolation by Harm's Way (breakdown-heavy metallic hardcore).
Sky Burial and Testing the Limits of Infinite by Reign Supreme (see above).
A Dissident by Victims (d-beat).
Nightmares by From Ashes Rise (gloomy d-beat).
Fading into Darkness, Drowning in Myself by Recluse (blackened hardcore with some post).
Prepare to be Let Down and Hell Is Empty by Ruiner (one of the best hardcore acts IMO).
Don't Need a Reason by Downpresser.
Greying by The Banner (gothic hardcore/post-punk).

I'm sure you've heard of these before but oh well, maybe others haven't. I'll leave this here.
God Buster 鬼 - 17.03.2015 at 09:48  
I found this list after checking out Dr. Livingstone latest release, Contemptus Saeculi and the selections of this list are equally bad.

Why those bands still remained deep underground ? The reasons are clear cut.
Ilham - 17.03.2015 at 15:22  
Written by God Buster 鬼 on 17.03.2015 at 09:48

I found this list after checking out Dr. Livingstone latest release, Contemptus Saeculi and the selections of this list are equally bad.

Why those bands still remained deep underground ? The reasons are clear cut.

Says the guy who's probably never even heard of 80% of the bands listed and calls -joke incoming, hilarity ensues- Opeth a post death rock band.
Go make your own hardcore list and go spread your idiocy somewhere else.
Ilham - 17.03.2015 at 15:35  
Written by Joe Zombie on 16.03.2015 at 12:52

I'm sure you've heard of these before but oh well, maybe others haven't. I'll leave this here.

Harm's Way is in another list of mine. Indeed I've listened to/heard of some of these. I might lose internet access for a few days and am less inclined to listen to new music right now, but when I get to it, I'll keep you informed. The gesture is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
God Buster 鬼 - 18.03.2015 at 08:00  
It's very easy to be DIFFERENT (such as this list) but very difficult to be GOOD (such as this list).
I strongly suggest you delete this list in order not to misleading people.

(Btw, Opeth - Damnation is a post/progressive rock album, not a post death rock album. I have rectified my mistake weeks ago. Thanks for giving me another chance to rectify the mistake again in here )
Ilham - 18.03.2015 at 11:04  
Written by God Buster 鬼 on 18.03.2015 at 08:00

It's very easy to be DIFFERENT (such as this list) but very difficult to be GOOD (such as this list).
I strongly suggest you delete this list in order not to misleading people.

And you have not given ONE reason to back your disruptive post as usual. I'm pretty sure you haven't listened to five of these albums, and I don't think you could come up with your own hardcore list because if you had any actual albums to share you would have talked about it. So I deduced that Mr Igno Rantass just wants to bring attention to himself as usual and this is just an attempt at pissing me off.
I suggest you go back to the vagina whence you came if it's attention you crave. I've been more or less polite so far because you don't deserve getting angry or getting a ban over. Get lost.
Cynic Metalhead - 19.03.2015 at 08:23  
Written by God Buster 鬼 on 18.03.2015 at 08:00

It's very easy to be DIFFERENT (such as this list) but very difficult to be GOOD (such as this list).
I strongly suggest you delete this list in order not to misleading people.

(Btw, Opeth - Damnation is a post/progressive rock album, not a post death rock album. I have rectified my mistake weeks ago. Thanks for giving me another chance to rectify the mistake again in here )


I can understand the furious reaction from Illham.

Seriously, your mother could be one of those unlucky mums around who has a loser son like you.

[/offtopic]

On topic, i loved this list. The reason being they're loads of bands which i am not aware of and looks very interesting.
God Buster 鬼 - 19.03.2015 at 09:28  
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 19.03.2015 at 08:23

Written by God Buster 鬼 on 18.03.2015 at 08:00

It's very easy to be DIFFERENT (such as this list) but very difficult to be GOOD (such as this list).
I strongly suggest you delete this list in order not to misleading people.

(Btw, Opeth - Damnation is a post/progressive rock album, not a post death rock album. I have rectified my mistake weeks ago. Thanks for giving me another chance to rectify the mistake again in here )


I can understand the furious reaction from Illham.

Seriously, your mother could be one of those unlucky mums around who has a loser son like you.

[/offtopic]

On topic, i loved this list. The reason being they're loads of bands which i am not aware of and looks very interesting.

I respect you for sending my mother a greeting, only a "winner" like you has a power to do that.
I really don't intend to change my point of view on this list, it's better to make clear remarks if anyone who makes a list can't take criticism.ar remarks.
Cynic Metalhead - 19.03.2015 at 12:32  
The problem with you is "your bleak point of view". Probably, that's the only reason you coming across as annoying bee.
Karlabos - 19.03.2015 at 15:35  
Angel N. - 19.03.2015 at 15:47  
Holy shit ! MS misses so many bands from this list.
Lit. - 19.03.2015 at 17:47  
Written by God Buster 鬼 on 18.03.2015 at 08:00

It's very easy to be DIFFERENT but very difficult to be GOOD.

Yeah, you'd know quite a bit about that, wouldn't you?
Erik M. - 21.03.2015 at 21:20  
Written by God Buster 鬼 on 18.03.2015 at 08:00

Opeth - Damnation is a post/progressive rock album, not a post death rock album.


Probably shouldn't take the bait... but Damnation is "post" now?

You really are clueless when it comes to genres.
Erik M. - 21.03.2015 at 21:26  
Written by Karlabos on 19.03.2015 at 15:35




Indian & French/Moroccan vs Singaporean.

On a side note, this is my 3000th post.
Cynic Metalhead - 22.03.2015 at 07:49  
Written by Erik M. on 21.03.2015 at 21:26

Written by Karlabos on 19.03.2015 at 15:35




On a side note, this is my 3000th post.


'Grats. Where is the bash?

Anyway, he is from Singapore? Good lord, I thought he was raised in dumpster.
Marcel Hubregtse - 22.03.2015 at 12:32  
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 22.03.2015 at 07:49

Written by Erik M. on 21.03.2015 at 21:26

Written by Karlabos on 19.03.2015 at 15:35




On a side note, this is my 3000th post.


'Grats. Where is the bash?

Anyway, he is from Singapore? Good lord, I thought he was raised in dumpster.



his ip says he if from Malaysia
God Buster 鬼 - 23.03.2015 at 06:14  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 22.03.2015 at 12:32

Written by Cynic Metalhead on 22.03.2015 at 07:49

Written by Erik M. on 21.03.2015 at 21:26

Written by Karlabos on 19.03.2015 at 15:35




On a side note, this is my 3000th post.


'Grats. Where is the bash?

Anyway, he is from Singapore? Good lord, I thought he was raised in dumpster.



his ip says he if from Malaysia


Thanks Marcel, I find you've been following me and showed extremely high interest in my personal stuff. I think I have gained some popularity here as a lot of members not only once checking my background

To clear your doubt...I am a Singaporean and having a small wine & spirit trading company in Johor Bahru (Malaysia) which is about 15mins drive from Singapore (through the causeway link, a bridge). The reason I prefer to use Malaysia IP is because due to my work and also give me more freedom to criticize Singapore government through internet. Listening to metal is only part of my hobby since I was 15, I was very surprise to realize that many people here are very easy to get angry with little personal comments from others.
Marcel Hubregtse - 23.03.2015 at 10:50  
Written by God Buster 鬼 on 23.03.2015 at 06:14



Thanks Marcel, I find you've been following me and showed extremely high interest in my personal stuff. I think I have gained some popularity here as a lot of members not only once checking my background



The reason why your ip was checked is because you spout the exact same nonsense as Lustful Maid who is from Malaysia (KL, to be more precise and his last log in IP tracks back to PJ)
Only some staff members can check ip's so no regular users.
I checked the ip's because I suspect this account to be a double account even though Lustful Maid's wasn't used for more than 400 days to log in to MS and you started your account about a year ago.

Quote:

To clear your doubt...I am a Singaporean and having a small wine & spirit trading company in Johor Bahru (Malaysia) which is about 15mins drive from Singapore (through the causeway link, a bridge). The reason I prefer to use Malaysia IP is because due to my work and also give me more freedom to criticize Singapore government through internet. Listening to metal is only part of my hobby since I was 15, I was very surprise to realize that many people here are very easy to get angry with little personal comments from others.


You don't have to tell me what the causeway is, because I lived in Singapore from 78-83 and my parents lived in Malaysia (KL) from 89-95.

Funny you should mention JB as the place of your IP when both your registration IP and your last log in IP both show Kuala Lumpur (Petaling Jaya, to be more precise), Malaysia.
Cynic Metalhead - 23.03.2015 at 12:17  
Haha, what a catch.

Who Needs A Throat Anyway - God Buster!

Another thing which surprises me here is he criticize Singapore government?! Bro, you grown up?
Marcel Hubregtse - 23.03.2015 at 14:06  
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 23.03.2015 at 12:17

Another thing which surprises me here is he criticize Singapore government?! Bro, you grown up?


Why wouldn't you criticize your government if you don't agree with it? (that is if he really is Sungaporean and not a Malaysian trying to come across as a Singaporean on MS.
And, tbh, Singapore's government has always been quite oppressive, just like Malaysia's.
Cynic Metalhead - 23.03.2015 at 15:13  
Not a proper topic to be discuss about oppressiveness of Singaporean govt. I have got to lot to say on this but in nutshell, they're now ATLEAST better than what they were. No one said to them to copy ruling dynasty like Nepal does.

But then, their govt. has lot of flaws on which country is struggling.
God Buster 鬼 - 23.03.2015 at 16:00  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 23.03.2015 at 10:50

Written by God Buster 鬼 on 23.03.2015 at 06:14




You don't have to tell me what the causeway is, because I lived in Singapore from 78-83 and my parents lived in Malaysia (KL) from 89-95.

Funny you should mention JB as the place of your IP when both your registration IP and your last log in IP both show Kuala Lumpur (Petaling Jaya, to be more precise), Malaysia.


Have we gone too far ?
- You're right I always travel to KL as my biggest customers are mainly in Singapore and KL, I visit MS more often whenever I am alone in KL as I usually worked alone here all days, sometimes got too much time to kill...that's why sometimes I disappeared for months here whenever I was in JB.
- In KL, you can find almost 80% of metal albums here, whereas Singapore's records stores are very weak in metal's selection. JB is the worst.

Even you've checked my IP, I still won't consider changing my point of view on this list.
Cynic Metalhead - 23.03.2015 at 20:50  
Written by God Buster 鬼 on 23.03.2015 at 16:00

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 23.03.2015 at 10:50

Written by God Buster 鬼 on 23.03.2015 at 06:14




You don't have to tell me what the causeway is, because I lived in Singapore from 78-83 and my parents lived in Malaysia (KL) from 89-95.

Funny you should mention JB as the place of your IP when both your registration IP and your last log in IP both show Kuala Lumpur (Petaling Jaya, to be more precise), Malaysia.


I still won't consider changing my point of view on this list.


Who told you to change your point of view?

As far as I'm concerned, it has already been qualified as null and bullshit.
Ilham - 23.03.2015 at 21:44  
The guy still doesn't get that we don't get two shits about his "opinions", it's just incredibly funny to see the lack of backbone they have. I thought I kindly told him to get lost but I see my list is still the theatre of his troll antics. Please stop talking to him guys.
Ilham - 25.03.2015 at 15:02  
Written by Angel N. on 19.03.2015 at 15:47

Holy shit ! MS misses so many bands from this list.

And yet when I first published the list, almost all the thumbnails were black. I'm so happy I got to get bands added via the MSA and reviews .
Maco - 06.04.2015 at 00:23  
How could I miss the fun?

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