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Re: HxC talk

#31 Postby x4298x » Sun Mar 17, 2013 3:04 pm

backtrack music is pretty cool, but not into the million pieces of merch thing, never really liked Terror, Hatebreed etc - too macho/knuckle scraping for me

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Re: HxC talk

#32 Postby jamesxvx » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:38 pm

x4298x wrote:backtrack music is pretty cool, but not into the million pieces of merch thing, never really liked Terror, Hatebreed etc - too macho/knuckle scraping for me

I can see where you're coming from. I know its a lot of how bands get support recently, or at least in the last couple of years I've been around. So good for them for getting into a niche.

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Re: HxC talk

#33 Postby vegan_rossco » Thu Nov 07, 2013 2:51 pm

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Re: HxC talk

#34 Postby EdensDemise » Mon Jan 20, 2014 5:08 am

i enjoy most of the time vegan sxe bands from 90´s or early 2000 like gather, 7 generations, undying, earth crisis, xmaroonx, canon, chokehold, birthright, contempt etc.
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Re: HxC talk

#35 Postby Payne » Wed Jan 22, 2014 7:02 am

I've been out of the hardcore scene over here in the UK for a while now but used to go all over to watch and play. Always preferred mainly NY and Boston hardcore over most of the other stuff that seemed to do the rounds. A good rule of thumb I found was the angrier and more heavy it was, the more chance there was that I'd dig it! I really love The Hope Conspiracy and from that All Pigs Must Die.

Managed to play with bands like H2O, Madball and Agnostic Front of the years and all the talk about them being real nice dudes and living what they preach is very true. Toby Morse is a real top guy and the couple of times an old band supported them we ended up having some great chats about rap, hip hop and NYHC.

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Re: HxC talk

#36 Postby theproblemwithfire » Sun Feb 08, 2015 3:29 pm

Negative Approach
Poison Idea
Born Against
Circle Jerks (Group Sex LP)
Burning Love
Jerry's Kids

...anyone? (I see Born Against and HHIG mentioned above, nice.)

^A mix of some old/modern. Never could get into the cartoony Vegan or SxE shit, or the jock tough guy mosh stuff either. Seemed like the sort of stuff punk WASN'T supposed to be about. I also find punk or HC bands that do gang vocals on just about every song to come off corny as hell. Same goes with any 'posi' band where every song is about friendship, unity, striving to beat the odds, etc. Seems really forced to me.

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