Top Electronicore Bands

Electronicore describes a stylistic fusion of post-hardcore and metalcore with electronic music

The Top Ten

1 I See Stars I See Stars I See Stars is an American rock band that formed in 2006 based in Warren, Michigan. The band currently consists of vocalist Devin Oliver, guitarist Brent Allen, keyboardist and vocalist Andrew Oliver, and bass guitarist Jeff Valentine.

Ten thousand feet is my anthem

They are so good at mixing sounds like dubstep on albums like digital renegade and new deamons and they got more indie with treehouse I am prowd to call this the best electronicore band

2 Abandon All Ships

Hell yes! Great band and an actual electronicore band for all you people out there id just like t mention why this is better then I see stars or Asking Alexandria or Attack Attack and that is because they are metalcore bands not electronicore which is a subgenre they do not categorize into because they are not post-hardcore bands they are hardcore metal bands, if anything else, excluding I see stars which id rarher classify as a rock band. just by the way post hardcore is a must if you want to catergorize them into electronicore else please look for a metalcore list and vote for them there.

3 Sky Eats Airplane
4 Asking Alexandria Asking Alexandria Asking Alexandria are an English metalcore band from York, North Yorkshire formed initially in 2008 by lead guitarist Ben Bruce along with former lead singer Danny Worsnop, bassist Joe Lancaster, keyboardist and synth player Ryan Binns, and current members drummer James Cassells and rhythm guitarist more.
5 One Morning Left
6 Enter Shikari
7 Cutting Pink With Knives
8 Ideя Fix
9 Attack Attack!
10 Celldweller

How could you forget about the incontestably best electronicore band ever? It is the greatest electronicore band ever and when I hear it, it is so good there is a point where I'm in trance.

I've debated with myself whether or not his content is even electronicore or not. Let's think about it. Electronicore is electronic+ hardcore (postcore/post-hardcore. Is he electronic-based? Yes! Is he hardcore? No. He has screamed vocals but they do not belong to the hardcore genre. They are nu-metal/metal screamed vocals. That's like calling Linkin Park, Breaking Benjamin, or Egypt Central hardcore. Those are screams of metal, not post-hardcore. He even has electrorap and rap metal songs. He is not electronicore. He better fits under nu-metal, electronic rock, and if it exists electrometal (or just electronic metal). Occasionally his music is rap metal. He is closer to metalstep (dubstep metal) than he is to electronicore.

I love this band, and some of their best songs are “Own Little World”, “Eon”, “Switchback” or “I Believe You”.

The Contenders

11 Robot Goes Here
12 Crossfaith
13 Everfear
14 Capture The Crown
15 Woe Is Me
16 Crown the Empire Crown the Empire

Are you serious! Have you heard Maniacal Me and Johnny's Rebellion? THEY ARE GODLY!

17 Amaranthe Amaranthe Amaranthe is a Swedish heavy metal band notable for having three lead vocalists: Elize Ryd, Jake E. Lundberg, and Henrik Englund Wilhemsson, each presenting a different vocal style. Their second album, The Nexus, reached 6th on Swedish charts, 4th on Finnish charts, and reached a peak of 12th on the more.
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