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A perfect balance of metalcore and electronic. This band defines electronicore. - ThatStrangeKid42
Should be an easy number one. Out of all bands that combine metalcore/post-hardcore with electronic music, these guys take the cake easily. "Murder Mitten" and "Calm Snow" are both killer tracks.
I See Stars has some the best produced music when it comes to blending the EDM and dubstep and the heaviness of the metal
Undoubtedly the best. Deserves to be no.1 - Fabio-Fabulous-of-swag-town
Amazing band!V 4 Comments
Somehow this band manages to mix synth, autotune, guitars and screaming to create a sound that is actually extremely good!
Every song they put out is somehow catchy with some great screams and breakdowns mixed in... what?!?!?! Perfect.
The best composers of Trancecore that I've ever heard.
It's THE BEST BAND EVER IN ELECTRONICORE AND SHOULD BE NUMBER 1
I would say Crossfaith make the best Electronicore/Trancecore. Most Metalcore or Trancecore-bands tend to sound "poppy", but not Crossfaith. They sound very unique and awesome!
Listen to Jagerbomb, Not Alone, Leviathan, Monolith, Snake Code or to their Cover of Omen! - Flav
Love this band but wouldn't really consider them as an electronicore band.
The browning got me into electronicore and is still my favourite to listen to. The other groups I enjoy are : abandon all ships, eskimo callboy, asking Alexandria, and on the heavier side I like born of osiris and above this.
These guys' recent works bring a real sense of refinement to electronicore, and I can't stop listening to the Goldkinder and Wieder Geil albums. The predominantly German lyrics might drive some listeners away, but I'm a huge Rammstein fan so it doesn't bother me!
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List StatsUpdated 17 Oct 2017
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2. I See Stars
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