best Swans album. Prove me wrong
Why is preventing you from listening to this man music?
Remember me, /mu/?
>Claims to like music
>Can't play an instrument
>Doesn't know any music theory
>William Basinski, Tim Hecker, OPN make pretentious electronic music that doesn't push boundaries
>AOTY AOTD GOAT
>Holly Herndon makes pretentious electronic music that doesn't push boundaries
>Wow so bland so pretentious who listens to this?
Is /mu/ sexist?
ITT: 10/10 post-hardcore
post your projects/tips/favorites
ive got a new track i'll upload when my artist finishes the album cover !!!
my current fav record in the genre, id make an essential:
what does a donald trump supporter listen to?
What's the best way to deliver the Trout Mask Replica talk
Over rated? Under rated? Best TTC project? Timeless classic? Complete shit? This album has made me feel things I've never felt before.. I feel this album needs more recognition. TTC is better than 95% of rap/hip hop artists after this LP IMO
>mumble shit into mic
>attempt to sing and fail even with autotune
>use autotune this blatantly at all in 2016
>stand on the side as more talented people wow the crowd
>lay down for a minute straight
>stand up when song ends and plug your album while jumping around
There was a time when people here worshiped this hack.
>There was a time when people here worshiped this hack.
back when he was good.
ITT: Albums that are up there own ass
How do I make cool, unique, inventive noise?
Essentially both scenes play heavy, angry, violent music. But they have a rivalry between each other.
Metal is theatrical and has a preference for push moshing, circlepits etc
Hardcore is more "real", focused more on crowd interaction and "hardcore dancing"
Both have their entry-level kid friendly bands and underground shit.
Metalcore bands can even fall under the metal banner (Trivium, Killswitch Engage) or the hardcore banner (Parkway Drive, The Ghost Inside)
But what's the beef between both scenes? Metalheads usually hate...
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>Is it possible to like both metal and hardcore at the same time?
is there anyone that thinks you can't?