(formerly recorded as “chaotic hardcore” or “noisecore”)
Even chaos has its mathematical structure.
How it sounds
As progressive musicians decided to play hardcore, with a singer who does not need to have special vocal skills.
Basically like hazing the drummer with constant rhythms.
It basically sounds like highly educated musicians wanting to create a hardcore band, including jazz.
Why listen to it
It is complex and you never get bored of it, while at the same time it has the intensity of hardcore.
You get lost in the tempo and you do not know when to do stagediviving and when headbaging.
Where do we meet it
When did it start
Who are the pioneers
Essentially the term is an invention of music journalists to describe a more noisy and technical expression of hardcore punk bands such as: Converge, Cave In, Today Is the Day, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Coalesce, Candiria, and Psyopus.
You have to listen
Days of glory
From the mid-90s to the mid-00s, but there is a constant renewal in the bands and it has its common genre.
It is difficult to open to a wider audience.
What is it confused with
Hardcore punk, extreme metal, metalcore, post-hardcore, math rock, grindcore.
How do you describe it to an irrelevant
Some guys naked from above make noise, but they do it with great technique.