Track Of The Day - The Revolution Edition
These two tracks together form the ultimate early Revolution anthem:
The most hardcore breakdown of metalcore breakdowns in my opinion occurs in this track:
Ain't this a real heavy deal in early metalcore!
Angry heaviness occurs for this band:
Another perfect devastating example of late-90s metalcore/hardcore:
An extreme-yet-melodic-influenced mix of deathgrind and prototypical deathcore:
From the album that marks the true start of deathcore. Surely, bands like Despised Icon, Suicide Silence, and Whitechapel wouldn't exist without it.
Fantastic metalcore with black/death metal influences from this band in which 3 of the members would later form Between the Buried and Me:
Epic melodeath-inspired metalcore from that short-lived underrated band:
A sneak peek to their next album System Overload in their Hookedlung compilation, with a nice Danzig/Sabbath influence in the pace:
I'm amazed by Unbroken's 9-minute epic to shape up top-notch progressive-ish hardcore/metalcore for a metallic future:
A Slayer-powered death/metalcore scorcher topped off with a melodic clean-sung breakdown and an unforgettable guitar solo:
A blast through the rebellious lyrics and chorus rhythm of metal/hardcore:
Funny song title, scary lyrics (for newcomers), metalcore/mathcore greatness:
A brutal early blend of death metal and deathcore, showing that they improved a lot since the Misanthrope EP:
This band shows how to revive post-hardcore/metalcore from 20 years ago while staying unique and fresh for a new generation:
Industrial metalcore from Pittsburgh, USA.
A weird yet highly chaotic mix of early metalcore with some tech-thrash and doom influences:
Another early metalcore/mathcore classic:
A hardcore-driven metalcore anthem from New York, USA.
Some rip-roaring metalcore from North Carolina, USA.
Southern metalcore from Alabama, USA.
This early deathcore/death metal album is never really close to best in originality and production, but this brutal highlight rules:
Aggressive metalcore greatness:
Can also be (barely) heard in the Vin Diesel film xXx (throughout the first half of this video):