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brutal_descent
03-04-2011, 01:48 AM
6:00 - 6:30 YOUR DEMISE
6:45 - 7:45 KVELERTAK
8:00 - 9:00 H2O
9:15 - 10:30 COMEBACK KID
10:45 - 12:00 TERROR

Club tour, and tickets priced at $28. Short sidetour in mainland Europe but H2O and Terror would ditch, with Hatebreed filling them in time-wise; headlining. :rocker:

hellawaits77ny
03-04-2011, 02:03 AM
Cool, I like your picks. Here would be mine using a similar format. I don't consider Biohazard hardcore, but most people do, so I'll include them here.

7:00 - 7:30 : Throwdown
7:45 - 8:15 : Full Blown Chaos
8:35 - 9:15 : Terror
9:40 - 10:35 : Hatebreed
11:00 -12:20 : Biohazard

brutal_descent
03-04-2011, 02:28 AM
Cool, I like your picks. Here would be mine using a similar format. I don't consider Biohazard hardcore, but most people do, so I'll include them here.

7:00 - 7:30 : Throwdown
7:45 - 8:15 : Full Blown Chaos
8:35 - 9:15 : Terror
9:40 - 10:35 : Hatebreed
11:00 -12:20 : Biohazard

I don't know anything about Hatebreed's workings, but I doubt they would ever let themselves play a hardcore tour where they're not headlining. :eyes:

hellawaits77ny
03-04-2011, 03:39 AM
I don't know anything about Hatebreed's workings, but I doubt they would ever let themselves play a hardcore tour where they're not headlining. :eyes:

Hence why it's my "Dream Hardcore Tour."

You're probably right, but Biohazard did headline over them back in '02-'03. Doubt it would be that way today, but even w/ HB as a headliner, I'd drool if this tour were real.

Indestructible
03-04-2011, 07:11 AM
Hatebreed is the only hardcore band I can think of. I know there are more, they just the only hardcore band I care to listen to. Does Walls Of Jericho count as hardcore??

brutal_descent
03-04-2011, 07:28 AM
Hatebreed is the only hardcore band I can think of. I know there are more, they just the only hardcore band I care to listen to. Does Walls Of Jericho count as hardcore??

Yes.

I eyefucked their singer when they were playing Mayhem. ;)

Natrlhi
03-04-2011, 08:08 AM
Jesus Fuck, you people have no idea. :rolleyes:

Cro-Mags
The Accüsed
Cryptic Slaughter
The Exploited
Angry Samoans
Minor Threat
D.R.I.
NOFX
Youth of Today
Black Flag
S.O.D. / M.O.D.

THOSE ARE FUCKING HARDCORE BANDS, BITCHES!!!

brutal_descent
03-04-2011, 08:23 AM
Jesus Fuck, you people have no idea. :rolleyes:

Cro-Mags
The Accüsed
Cryptic Slaughter
The Exploited
Angry Samoans
Minor Threat
D.R.I.
NOFX
Youth of Today
Black Flag
S.O.D. / M.O.D.

THOSE ARE FUCKING HARDCORE BANDS, BITCHES!!!

Youth of Today is simply hardcore - but hardcore and hardcore punk is different. I love both :D

NOFX is fucking ska, old man. :confused:

treghet
03-04-2011, 09:05 AM
Jesus Fuck, you people have no idea. :rolleyes:


You're just old. ;)

There are plenty of good newer bands, my friend!

brutal_descent
03-04-2011, 09:19 AM
You're just old. ;)

There are plenty of good newer bands, my friend!

Man, I listen to A LOT of hardcore punk bands, he's getting the wrong idea. Agnostic Front, Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, Bad Brains, The Exploited, Minor Threat, Suicidal Tendencies, The Casualties... :hmm:

Sick of It All is also a great hardcore (not punk) band. :cool:

christopher
03-04-2011, 09:25 AM
Bad Religion(Playing all of No Control and only 80s material)
Scream
Agnostic Front
Cro-Mags
Youth of Today
7 Seconds

or

Scream
Youth of Today
Arson Anthem
Low Threat Profile
Off!
Knife Fight

mastodon421
03-04-2011, 09:43 AM
Sick Of It All
Terror
Have Heart
Cruel Hand
Touche Amore

Natrlhi
03-04-2011, 10:19 AM
Youth of Today is simply hardcore - but hardcore and hardcore punk is different. I love both :D

NOFX is fucking ska, old man. :confused:NOFX is definitely NOT fucking ska. They are punk through and through, and are considered by many to be some of the founding fathers of the genre. So maybe they aren't strictly hardcore, as per the title of this thread, but they definitely aren't fucking ska.

Youth of Today are straightedge punks - in fact, again, they are considered by many to be among the founding fathers of THAT particular genre.

Look - I don't know what you mean by "he is getting the wrong idea", but the one thing I can tell you is that I have listened enough to all of the bands I have mentioned - and seen many of them live, since their inception (which in some cases was two or three decades ago) to know what I am talking about.

I was hanging from the water pipes in the ceiling of the old Peabody's (the one in the Cleveland Flats, not the current one which is behind the Rascal House at CSU), and doing flips off the stage and into the crowd at D.R.I. when they were on tour for their "Crossover" album in 1987. My first mosh pit was probably at a show with Method of Destruction and Anthrax (or was it Exodus? or maybe both? I don't remember.) back when Billy Milano founded M.O.D. and was on tour for their first album.

In fact, speaking of Billy, he threw me off the stage once at a show where he and a couple of guys named Scott, Dan and Charlie of this little thrash band called Anthrax were up there doing a song called "Speak English or Die". Heard of it? In fact, I think I have a guitar pick from Billy somewhere, too. Maybe it was a M.O.D. show, maybe S.O.D. That was a long time ago - who the hell knows.

I have a dollar bill signed by Schmier back when Destruction was touring for a little album called "Release from Agony". I saw Slayer on three different tours in the eighties, the last of which was for a little album called "Seasons in the Abyss". I saw Death on three different tours before "Human" was even released (and by the way, I have their first four albums - including "Human" - on fucking cassette). I listened to Black Flag while Henry Rollins was IN THE BAND - not running around the country doing concerts with band he named after himself or spoken-word gigs alone on a stage with a mic.

Speaking of spoken word gigs, I listened to Jello Biafra back when he was in The Dead Kennedys and when he had founded a side project called Lard - not when he was doing spoken word shit.

I saw Exodus on tour for Bonded by Blood - ONE OF THE BEST THRASH ALBUMS EVER MADE (in fact, that was the first CD I ever bought - back when CD's first came out). I saw Sodom on tour for "Persecution Mania". I saw Kreator on tour for "Pleasure to Kill". I saw Rob Trujillo twenty-plus years before he ever picked up a bass for Metallica, playing in Suicidal Tendencies when they were on tour for "Join the Army".

Speaking of Metallica, I remember the day that "Master of Puppets" came out...a bunch of friends and I were playing basketball at the local playground and we damn near wore the fucking cassette tape out playing it on somebody's ghettoblaster. I think we went through about a dozen batteries that day.

Hell - I've probably had more thrash / death metal / speed metal / hardcore / punk albums LOST OR STOLEN FROM ME than you've ever owned.

So you know what? You're not going to have much luck trying to correct me on old school shit, bro.

The problem with somebody your age trying to fuck with somebody my age about metal / punk history is that you've only downloaded it, listened to the re-issue or read about it on the Internet - I WAS FUCKING THERE.



...and NOFX is definitely NOT fucking ska.



The Nat :horns:
Metal as fuck before many of you were even born.

Natrlhi
03-04-2011, 10:21 AM
You're just old. ;)

There are plenty of good newer bands, my friend!I know - but the old ones are the best. :fist:


EDIT: Bands, I meant. But the same statement could be made for metal fans. ;)

brutal_descent
03-04-2011, 10:26 AM
NOFX is definitely NOT fucking ska. They are punk through and through, and are considered by many to be some of the founding fathers of the genre. So maybe they aren't strictly hardcore, as per the title of this thread, but they definitely aren't fucking ska.

Youth of Today are straightedge punks - in fact, again, they are considered by many to be among the founding fathers of THAT particular genre.

Look - I don't know what you mean by "he is getting the wrong idea", but the one thing I can tell you is that I have listened enough to all of the bands I have mentioned - and seen many of them live, since their inception (which in some cases was two or three decades ago) to know what I am talking about.

I was hanging from the water pipes in the ceiling of the old Peabody's (the one in the Cleveland Flats, not the current one which is behind the Rascal House at CSU), and doing flips off the stage and into the crowd at D.R.I. when they were on tour for their "Crossover" album in 1987. My first mosh pit was probably at a show with Method of Destruction and Anthrax (or was it Exodus? or maybe both? I don't remember.) back when Billy Milano founded M.O.D. and was on tour for their first album.

In fact, speaking of Billy, he threw me off the stage once at a show where he and a couple of guys named Scott, Dan and Charlie of this little thrash band called Anthrax were up there doing a song called "Speak English or Die". Heard of it? In fact, I think I have a guitar pick from Billy somewhere, too. Maybe it was a M.O.D. show, maybe S.O.D. That was a long time ago - who the hell knows.

I have a dollar bill signed by Schmier back when Destruction was touring for a little album called "Release from Agony". I saw Slayer on three different tours in the eighties, the last of which was for a little album called "Seasons in the Abyss". I listened to Black Flag while Henry Rollins was IN THE BAND - not running around the country doing concerts with band he named after himself or spoken-word gigs alone on a stage with a mic.

Speaking of spoken word gigs, I listened to Jello Biafra back when he was in The Dead Kennedys and when he had founded a side project called Lard - not when he was doing spoken word shit.

I saw Exodus on tour for Bonded by Blood - ONE OF THE BEST THRASH ALBUMS EVER MADE (in fact, that was the first CD I ever bought - back when CD's first came out). I saw Sodom on tour for "Persecution Mania". I saw Kreator on tour for "Pleasure to Kill". I saw Rob Trujillo twenty-plus years before he ever picked up a bass for Metallica, playing in Suicidal Tendencies when they were on tour for "Join the Army".

Speaking of Metallica, I remember the day that "Master of Puppets" came out...a bunch of friends and I were playing basketball at the local playground and we damn near wore the fucking cassette tape out playing it on somebody's ghettoblaster. I think we went through about a dozen batteries that day.

Hell - I've probably had more thrash / death metal / speed metal / hardcore / punk albums LOST OR STOLEN FROM ME than you've ever owned.

So you know what? You're not going to have much luck trying to correct me on old school shit, bro.

The problem with somebody your age trying to fuck with somebody my age about metal / punk history is that you've only downloaded it, listened to the re-issue or read about it on the Internet - I WAS FUCKING THERE.



...and NOFX is definitely NOT fucking ska.



The Nat :horns:
Metal as fuck before many of you were even born.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, no anger here. Relax. Calm down. Take a deep breath. I was implying that you're possibly getting the idea that I'm a HARDCORE KID HERP A DERP and I don't want you to think that. I love Exodus, D.R.I., and many many more of the 80s punk and thrash metal bands as much (no, even more) than I love bands from any other decade, but just because I wasn't knocking heads with Hetfield when he was still a toddler doesn't mean I'm not worthy of calling myself a metalhead.

Natrlhi
03-04-2011, 10:29 AM
Whoa, whoa, whoa, no anger here. Relax. Calm down. Take a deep breath. I was implying that you're possibly getting the idea that I'm a HARDCORE KID HERP A DERP and I don't want you to think that. I love Exodus, D.R.I., and many many more of the 80s punk and thrash metal bands as much (no, even more) than I love bands from any other decade, but just because I wasn't knocking heads with Hetfield when he was still a toddler doesn't mean I'm not worthy of calling myself a metalhead.:lol: I rant sometimes. Don't take it personally. I'm not really mad, I just got on a fucking roll there.


...but NOFX is definitely not fucking ska. ;) :D


EDIT: ....and based on what you listen to, you still have plenty of street cred in my book. Just not as much as me. :D

brutal_descent
03-04-2011, 11:17 AM
:lol: I rant sometimes. Don't take it personally. I'm not really mad, I just got on a fucking roll there.


...but NOFX is definitely not fucking ska. ;) :D


EDIT: ....and based on what you listen to, you still have plenty of street cred in my book. Just not as much as me. :D

And I'm totally fine with that.

treghet
03-04-2011, 11:50 AM
I have a dollar bill signed by Schmier back when Destruction was touring for a little album called "Release from Agony". I saw Death on three different tours before "Human" was even released (and by the way, I have their first four albums - including "Human" - on fucking cassette).

These are the parts of your post that make me the most jealous. You pretty much won at life with that alone. :fist:

And agreed, the old bands are usually the best.

Indestructible
03-04-2011, 09:01 PM
NOFX is definitely NOT fucking ska. They are punk through and through, and are considered by many to be some of the founding fathers of the genre. So maybe they aren't strictly hardcore, as per the title of this thread, but they definitely aren't fucking ska.

Youth of Today are straightedge punks - in fact, again, they are considered by many to be among the founding fathers of THAT particular genre.

Look - I don't know what you mean by "he is getting the wrong idea", but the one thing I can tell you is that I have listened enough to all of the bands I have mentioned - and seen many of them live, since their inception (which in some cases was two or three decades ago) to know what I am talking about.

I was hanging from the water pipes in the ceiling of the old Peabody's (the one in the Cleveland Flats, not the current one which is behind the Rascal House at CSU), and doing flips off the stage and into the crowd at D.R.I. when they were on tour for their "Crossover" album in 1987. My first mosh pit was probably at a show with Method of Destruction and Anthrax (or was it Exodus? or maybe both? I don't remember.) back when Billy Milano founded M.O.D. and was on tour for their first album.

In fact, speaking of Billy, he threw me off the stage once at a show where he and a couple of guys named Scott, Dan and Charlie of this little thrash band called Anthrax were up there doing a song called "Speak English or Die". Heard of it? In fact, I think I have a guitar pick from Billy somewhere, too. Maybe it was a M.O.D. show, maybe S.O.D. That was a long time ago - who the hell knows.

I have a dollar bill signed by Schmier back when Destruction was touring for a little album called "Release from Agony". I saw Slayer on three different tours in the eighties, the last of which was for a little album called "Seasons in the Abyss". I saw Death on three different tours before "Human" was even released (and by the way, I have their first four albums - including "Human" - on fucking cassette). I listened to Black Flag while Henry Rollins was IN THE BAND - not running around the country doing concerts with band he named after himself or spoken-word gigs alone on a stage with a mic.

Speaking of spoken word gigs, I listened to Jello Biafra back when he was in The Dead Kennedys and when he had founded a side project called Lard - not when he was doing spoken word shit.

I saw Exodus on tour for Bonded by Blood - ONE OF THE BEST THRASH ALBUMS EVER MADE (in fact, that was the first CD I ever bought - back when CD's first came out). I saw Sodom on tour for "Persecution Mania". I saw Kreator on tour for "Pleasure to Kill". I saw Rob Trujillo twenty-plus years before he ever picked up a bass for Metallica, playing in Suicidal Tendencies when they were on tour for "Join the Army".

Speaking of Metallica, I remember the day that "Master of Puppets" came out...a bunch of friends and I were playing basketball at the local playground and we damn near wore the fucking cassette tape out playing it on somebody's ghettoblaster. I think we went through about a dozen batteries that day.

Hell - I've probably had more thrash / death metal / speed metal / hardcore / punk albums LOST OR STOLEN FROM ME than you've ever owned.

So you know what? You're not going to have much luck trying to correct me on old school shit, bro.

The problem with somebody your age trying to fuck with somebody my age about metal / punk history is that you've only downloaded it, listened to the re-issue or read about it on the Internet - I WAS FUCKING THERE.



...and NOFX is definitely NOT fucking ska.



The Nat :horns:
Metal as fuck before many of you were even born.

Cool story bro

That is a cool story, I wish I was around when all this metal happened.

BloodoftheKings
03-04-2011, 09:18 PM
The Legends Stage:
Dead Kennedys
Bad Brains
Black Flag
Minor Threat

Awesome Stage:
Descendents
Reagan Youth
The Casualties
The Exploited

Crossover Stage:
Agnostic Front
D.R.I.
Suicidal Tendencies
S.O.D.

LAXdef16
03-05-2011, 02:02 PM
Terror
Trapped Under Ice
Black Flag
Dead Kennedys
Death Before Dishonor
Power Trip
Minor Threat
Agnostic Front
Trash Talk
The Ghost Inside

JRA
03-05-2011, 02:18 PM
:lol: I rant sometimes. Don't take it personally. I'm not really mad, I just got on a fucking roll there.


Yea, I agree that the bands you listed are more hardcore than anything else, but u got rl rl mad bro. :eyes:

mankvill
03-05-2011, 02:36 PM
I was hardcore dancing in the middle of the old Peabody's (the one in the Cleveland Flats, not the current one which is behind the Rascal House at CSU), and doing karate kicks off the stage and into the crowd at Whitechapel when they were on tour for their "The Somatic Defilement" album in 2007. My first mosh pit was probably at a show with Job For A Cowboy and Chelsea Grin (or was it Annotations of an Autopsy? or maybe both? I don't remember.) back when Jonny Davy founded JFAC and was on tour for their first album.

In fact, speaking of Jonyy, he threw me off the stage once at a show where he and a couple of guys named Mitch, Mark and Chris of this little thrash band called Suicide Silence were up there doing a song called "Wake Up". Heard of it? In fact, I think I have a guitar pick from Mark somewhere, too. Maybe it was a JFAC show, maybe Suicide Silence. That was a long time ago - who the hell knows.

I have a dollar bill signed by Canizaro back when Born of Osiris was touring for a little album called "The New Reign". I saw Emmure on three different tours in the '00s, the last of which was for a little album called "Felony". I saw Winds of Plague on three different tours before "The Great Stone War" was even released (and by the way, I have their first four albums - including "The Great Stone War" - on fucking used second-hand vinyl). I listened to Carnifex while Kevin Vargas was IN THE BAND - not running around the country doing concerts with band he named after himself or spoken-word gigs alone on a stage with a mic.

I saw Bring Me The Horizon on tour for Count Your Blessings - ONE OF THE BEST DEATHCORE ALBUMS EVER MADE (in fact, that was the first CD I ever bought - back when CD's were still available). I saw Despised Icon on tour for "Consumed By Your Poison". I saw The Acacia Strain on tour for "3750". I saw Devin Shidaker five-plus years before he ever picked up a guitar for Oceano, playing in Rose Funeral when they were on tour for "I Love Uno".

Speaking of Oceano, I remember the day that "Depths" came out...a bunch of friends and I were fighting invisible ninjas at the local playground and we damn near wore the fucking MP3 out playing it on somebody's Mac laptop. I think we went through about a dozen batteries that day.

Hell - I've probably had more deathcore / melodic metalcore / dubstep / crunkcore / ICP albums LOST OR STOLEN FROM ME than you've ever owned.

So you know what? You're not going to have much luck trying to correct me on old school shit, bro.

The problem with somebody your age trying to fuck with somebody my age about deathcore / metalcore history is that you've only downloaded it, listened to the re-issue or read about it on the Internet - I WAS FUCKING THERE.


The Nat :horns:
Trendy as fuck before many of you were even born.

Fixed

brutal_descent
03-05-2011, 11:10 PM
Fixed

you are a god sir :lol:

Metal_Head
03-07-2011, 05:22 PM
Ceremony
Terror
Trapped Under Ice
Cruel Hand
Reign Supreme
The Rival Mob
Revenge
Suburban Scum

christopher
03-07-2011, 05:24 PM
Fixed

:LOLFC:

treghet
03-07-2011, 05:29 PM
Fixed

You set the bar high for "Best Post of 2011". :lol:

larvtard
03-07-2011, 07:56 PM
Fixed

:lol:

Natrlhi
03-08-2011, 06:33 AM
Fixed
:LOLFC: Wow, that was good. Even though I'm the butt of the joke, basically, I don't even care (because obviously it isn't true).

Plus, you made my ridiculous rant look less obsessive-compulsive, because it obviously must have taken you even longer to research all of the names for your satirical post than it took me to type the original one. :lol:

Nicely done. :party:

elturtleboy
03-08-2011, 02:34 PM
Old Skool:
Black Flag(Rollins)
The Misfits(danzig)
Dead Kennedys(jello)
Bad Brains
Minor Threat
D.R.I.(hxc stuff only)
Agnostic Front
Cro-Mags
Adolescents
7Seconds
Youth Brigade
Negative Approach
Zero Boys
Battalion Of Saints
MDC
Wasted Youth
Dicks
Reagan Youth
Dr.Know


New Skool(REAL HXC!):
OFF!
Trash Talk
Ceremony
Vitamin X
Terror
Nails
Trap Them
Black Breath
Annihilation Time
No Friends
Extortion
Knife Fight
Arson Anthem
Dangers
Paint It Black
Fucked Up
Sabertooth Zombie
White Shit
Iron Age
Pulling Teeth
Nazi Dust
Trapped Under Ice
Ghostlimb
Hooded Justice
Blind Nuns

now thats hxc!

christopher
03-08-2011, 10:12 PM
Black Flag(Rollins)


NO NO NO! Black Flag should only have Dez or Keith on vocals:D

rjturtle9
03-12-2011, 04:14 PM
Oh Mankvill, how I love you. That not only should win Best Post of 2011, but it is a strong contender fro Best Post Eva!