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    Seconded. I'd put it in the noise thread and CD/LP Purchases.
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    80s hardcore is so full of lost gems.
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    Several of the bands at Fun Fun Fun Fest were not happy that the crowd didn't seem to know the festival was named after a Big Boys song. Pretty funny to me. Great band.

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    They were the only of the original Austin hardcore bands I hadn't heard, and of the three they're probably the best. The Dicks kick, but they weren't as funky.
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    The Dicks wrote some great songs, but I tend to like the covers better than the originals.

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    I mean bands covering the Dicks, not songs the Dicks covered.

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    What do people think of Title Fight? Just got around to listening to Floral Green and it is fantastic.

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    i still haven't listened to their recorded stuff, but they were great at FYF 2011.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein View Post
    i still haven't listened to their recorded stuff, but they were great at FYF 2011.
    Agreed. The new album is a definite step up though.

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    4:05 and on haha. Ben is ridiculous...


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    Geoff Rickley's teeth

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    I saw them at Metalfest in San Bernardino this weekend. My friend's band played so I was lucky enough to watch their drummer for a little bit.



    Also, they brought back firebreathing which was ironic because I overheard someone saying "Oh, they don't do that anymore." Fire's at the 4:00 mark. They also smashed the drum kit (same clip) and Greg climbed the rafters (second clip).




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    A list of my favorite hardcore releases of the year because I'm bored...

    Slices- Still Cruising
    School Jerks- S/T LP
    Boston Strangler- Primitive
    Wiccans- Field II
    Sickoids- S/T LP
    Walls- The Future is Wide Open
    White Lung- Sorry (it's a stretch for HC but whatever)
    Toys That Kill- Fambly Rights (again, a stretch, but worth mentioning here)
    Wet Brain- Demo
    Mauser- Isolation EP

    That's all for now.

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    Soooo I don't know if this is really, but it would be amazing if it was.

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    I vote yes.
    This ain't no middle of the mall shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein View Post
    Soooo I don't know if this is really, but it would be amazing if it was.

    I vote yes!!!

    [QUOTE=xuclarockerx;2587512]I saw them at Metalfest in San Bernardino this weekend. My friend's band played so I was lucky enough to watch their drummer for a little bit.



    Also, they brought back firebreathing which was ironic because I overheard someone saying "Oh, they don't do that anymore." Fire's at the 4:00 mark. They also smashed the drum kit (same clip) and Greg climbed the rafters (second clip).



    Thanks for the video. Did they play any new songs???

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    Help me decide what to wear to the show I'm going to tonight, everyone. I'll post pics of my six different potential outfits in a second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein View Post
    Soooo I don't know if this is really, but it would be amazing if it was.

    They are taking the piss.

    Looking forward to the album and tour though. Love Dillinger live.

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    Very exciting news! Circle Takes The Square posted this yesterday:
    Update on Decompositions! Starting tomorrow night, the full length digital version will be available for pay-what-you-like for a limited time. You are all encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to get our new album for free, or whatever you feel like paying. We'll do this until pre-orders for vinyl/CD/bundles are up in January. More details to come! Big Circle Hugs, CTTS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein View Post
    Very exciting news! Circle Takes The Square posted this yesterday:
    Yes! Been waiting for this for so long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooks View Post
    Thanks for the video. Did they play any new songs???
    I don't think so.
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    I don't know how many people are into harDCore, Dischord style, but Shawn Brown (1st Dag Nasty singer, Swiz, Jesuseater) and Jason Farrell (Bluetip, Fury, Swiz, Retisonic) have a new band, Red Hare, with a couple old band members. I love Jason Farrell's galloping guitar sound. I'm definitely looking forward to this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0O-z...ature=youtu.be

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    My god, this is next level. Maybe too heavy for this thread, but too hardcore for the metal thread
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    9/23 Modest Mouse @ Pappy & Harriet's
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    I recently found out that one of my favorite bands of any genre, TRAGEDY, released an album is 2012 called Darker Days ahead. They're a crust band that always had a lot of Swedish death/black metal influence in their use of huge melodic guitar work. This 4th full length takes the tempo down a lot more for the most part - though there are still bursts of speed throughout. It's much sludgier than normal, and it's a very welcome change. Super solid record!
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    I'm pretty versed in punk music but i don't know much about other genres like mathcore, early emo, etc. that fit this thread. (Some of the bands I do know and love are Fugazi, Drive Like Jehu, Moss Icon, Daughters)..... and there's so many band names thrown around in this thread i don't know where to start. Could someone be kind enough to make a top 10 list of albums I should listen to?

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    I'm listening to Fucked Up - The Chemistry of Common Life for the first time in a long time. I don't care what anyone says, it's their best release by a long shot and on the short list for best hardcore albums ever. Probably best punk albums ever, and maybe even best albums ever. The crazy level of craft that went into it is just astounding and that they turned these super-dense tracks into something very listenable and almost catchy just makes my jaw drop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    The crazy level of craft that went into it is just astounding and that they turned these super-dense tracks into something very listenable and almost catchy just makes my jaw drop.
    While I hardily agree with this, I still prefer Hidden World for some reason.

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    Hidden World has better songs. Chemistry of Common Life is a better album. It's built as an album, it flows more readily, the sounds are of a piece. Hidden World is a really well built album on the first half, and the second half is full of great songs that don't seem to fit the album but work well on their own.
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