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How this isn't top ten? - GREYBOYY
This extreme? LOL. Extreme rapping... - Metal_TreasureV 1 Comment
Thrashcore is punk, not metal
Some may not believe in it's existance, but in my opinion some bands, even if few, deserve to be called technical deathcore.
It is often a fusion between technical death metal and deathcore (only core related things: breakdowns/tuning).
BIG vocal range
(try Thy Art is Murder, Fit For An Autopsy, Aversions Crown, Fallujah, Signal The Firing Squad, Humanity's Last Breath)
Listen to 80's WATCHTOWER & MEKONG DELTA, and understand
Technicality & brutality happened before Suffocation and the Death's 'Human' album.
Easily the most crushingly brutal genre
A real underground genre, emerged in the early 90's in Finland. Similar to Death/doom.
Painfully slow, heavily distorted guitars, majestic keyboatrds and extreme deep growls.
Check out bands like Skepticism, Esoteric and Worship.
From a fan of everything extreme from powerviolence to grindcore to slam to blackened death, I can honestly say this is the heaviest genre. Slower than hell, but in a way such as a steam roller would destroy a body. Dark, resonating and extreme to the core. Try rigor sardonicous, mournful congregation, thergothon and evoken.
This list says motley crue is more brutal than carcass
Glam Metal Rocks! The best bands are from the 80's!V 1 Comment
First, there's no such subgenre. Second, neither speed nor power metal are extreme. - Metal_Treasure
The first Helloween album 'Walls Of Jericho' is exactly this.
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