Top 10 Best Electronicore Bands

Electronicore, a thrilling fusion of electronic music and post-hardcore, has taken the music world by storm in recent years. This genre, characterized by its energetic blend of heavy guitar riffs, emotive lyrics, and powerful synthesizers, has produced some of the most innovative and electrifying bands to grace the modern music scene. The perfect marriage of digital and analog sounds has given birth to a unique listening experience that has captured the hearts and minds of fans across the globe. But with so many incredible bands out there, which ones truly stand out as the best in electronicore?

To help navigate this sonic landscape, we've enlisted your help in creating a top ten list of the most influential and groundbreaking electronicore bands. These artists not only exemplify the very essence of the genre but have also pushed its boundaries, redefining musical expectations and leaving a lasting impact on the world of alternative music.
The Top Ten
1 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.

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.

The absolute best electronicore band, the perfect fusion of Metalcore/Post-Hardcore and EDM.

Undoubtedly the best. Deserves to be no.1

2 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 Cameron Liddell. Lancaster and Binns later departed from the band in 2009 with Lancaster joining heavy metal band With One Last Breath. Bassist Sam Bettley joined the band that same year, and in January 2015 Worsnop departed to focus on his new band We Are Harlot and was later replaced by Denis Stoff of Down & Dirty and Make Me Famous. The band has released four studio albums, their most recent being more.

A perfect balance of metalcore and electronic. This band defines electronicore.

3 Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas

Excellent performances, good sound. Really enjoy their stuff. I usually prefer old school rock & metal, but this is one of the bands that's making me change my view. Personally love the vocals, both the clean and unclean. Drummer is really good in my opinion and of course the guitars too. They also seem to accomplish making autotune appealing. The different layers in each song are just beautiful. The band is not without fault, but their brilliance supersedes that by a mile.

Love this band! They saved my life and I love the screamer too! Overall this band is very unique with their style I hope to continue to listen to all their stuff in the future!

Somehow this band manages to mix synth, autotune, guitars and screaming to create a sound that is actually extremely good!

4 Attack Attack!
5 Enter Shikari
6 Abandon All Ships
7 Crossfaith

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!

8 Issues

Love this band but wouldn't really consider them as an electronicore band.

9 Sky Eats Airplane
10 Make Me Famous
The Contenders
11 We Came As Romans We Came as Romans (abbreviated as WCAR) is an American metalcore band from Troy, Michigan, formed in 2005. The band has gone through one name change and multiple lineup changes, and signed to Albany, New York label Equal Vision Records in 2009. We Came as Romans is managed by Outerloop Management and more.
12 Woe, Is Me
13 The Browning

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.

This band is just different. I scrub through different artists and The Browning sticks out above all for having a real unique sound.. Love this band and hope for many albums to come.

14 Eskimo Callboy

One of my favorites!

Best band ever

15 We Butter the Bread with Butter We Butter the Bread with Butter (also known as WBTBWB) is a German metalcore band from L├╝bben. They are noted for their heavy use of electronic music characteristics. The group was founded in 2007 by guitarist Marcel Neumann and vocalist Tobias Schultka.

Later, they were signed to Redfield Records and released two albums through the label. Their debut album, Das Monster aus dem Schrank, was... read more

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!

16 Boy Kill Boy
17 Crown the Empire Crown the Empire is an American metalcore band formed in 2010 in Dallas, Texas. They have released one EP and three full-length albums.
18 The Bravery
19 One Morning Left

Very heavy and very fun at the same time. "The Bree-TeenZ" is my favourite LP. I've seen them live, it was the 2nd best performance I've ever seen.

20 Dead by April Dead by April is a Swedish metalcore band from Gothenburg, formed in February 2007 by Pontus Hjelm and Jimmie Strimell.
21 Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!
22 Breathe Carolina Breathe Carolina is an American electro pop group currently consisting of David Schmitt (vocals, keyboard), Eric Armenta (percussion) and Tommy Coops (guitar, keyboard) that formed in 2007. more.
23 The Word Alive
24 The Bunny the Bear
25 Cutting Pink With Knives
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