Hardcore Punk

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Hardcore punk is a punk rock subgenre - or rather a set of punk rock subgenres - which is closely related to heavy metal music, because many hardcore artists include several elements from metal in their music, and many metal artists, likewise, include several hardcore elements in their music (several metal subgenres have their roots in hardcore punk music such as thrash metal, grindcore, metalcore, Stockholm death metal, sludge metal, and nu metal). In fact, hardcore can be said to form a continuum from pure punk to primarily metal-oriented music, and many metalheads consider hardcore to be, if not a metal genre, then at least part of the universe of heavy metal music.

Hardcore arose in the late 1970s and gained considerable popularity in the 1980s. It was originally a reaction against the adoption of mainstream society of the aesthetics and lifestyle associated with punk rock as well as the intellectualization of punk rock in Europe. Inheriting the rock instrumentation of punk rock (vocals, guitars, bass, and drums), hardcore musicians would infuse more aggression into their music, speeding up the tempos considerably and inserting heavy and groovy breakdowns into their compositions. Although a global phenomenon, there are two important geographical centers in the development of the genre - namely, the USA and the UK. American hardcore was inspired by the likes of The Dead Kennedys and The Ramones, fusing it with influences from overseas. There were, and still are, several local hardcore scenes in the USA, with the NYC hardcore scene (which often includes the New Jersey scene) probably being the most influential one, spawning bands like Agnostic Front, Misfits, Warzone, Kraut, Mucky Pup, and The Undead, many of which are of crucial importance to metal music as well. Other important early American hardcore bands were Dirty Rotten Imbeciles (D.R.I.) from Texas, The Accüsed from Washington state, Gang Green from Boston, Minor Threat from Washington D.C., and Black Flag and Suicidal Tendencies from Los Angeles. The UK hardcore scene very much sprung from the harsh style of Discharge and The Exploited as well as Amebix which combined elements from early punk rock with elements of NWoBHM, with Motörhead being a particularly important influence; UK hardcore evolved into crust, which would prove to be influential on both death metal and black metal.

Borrowing from heavy metal music, hardcore would itself have an influence on the development of a new subgenre of heavy metal in the early-to-mid 80s - namely, thrash metal, as American metal musicians started to combine the harsh and aggressive style of UK bands like Discharge and The Exploited and US bands like The Misfits and Black Flag on the one hand with the more intricate and technically advanced style of NWoBHM. Despite the similarities in music, the hardcore and thrash metal scenes were separate, and when the members of the two scenes met, violence would often ensue. However, the animosity between the two scenes would eventually disappear, resulting in a hybrid hardcore-thrash style called crossover-thrash, as hardcore artists started incorporating thrash metal elements into their style (perhaps most notably Agnostic Front, D.R.I., and Suicidal Tendencies among others) and thrash metal artists would start to incorporate hardcore into their style (Nuclear Assault being an important example of this). New bands that featured members of both scenes were even established, most notably Stormtroopers of Death (S.O.D.).

Because of the influence of metal upon many early hardcore bands, the term metallic hardcore is sometimes used with reference to hardcore nd crust bands that either make use of elements from various heavy metal subgenres or hardcore bands that are, for other reasons, associated with heavy metal music. In other words, the 'metallic hardcore' label applies to bands at the more metal-oriented end of the hardcore-metal continuum. Typical features of metallic hardcore are the grooves, riffage, and drum patterns associated with hardcore punk and elements associated with heavy metal music, such as guitar leads, double bass drums, palm-muted riffing and, often, productions which, while DIY, are not deliberately underproduced. It should be noted that, here at the MMA, the hardcore subgenre only includes metallic hardcore bands.

In addition to 'standard' metallic hardcore, inclusive hardcore genres on the MMA are:

  • Crust: crust, or crust punk, with its own sub-genre here on MMA, Crust is typically used with reference to the hardcore punk tradition established in the UK by the likes of Discharge, Amebix and Hellbastard. It combines the energy and aggression of punk music with the power and darkness of heavy metal music, early crust punk drew inspiration from the music of the likes of Black Sabbath, Venom, Bathory and Motörhead, while rejecting the lyrical matter often associated with metal at the time. Characteristic of crust punk are heavily distorted guitars and dominant bass frequencies, given the impression of a very dirty sound, and many crust bands also embrace the d-beat drumming style popularized by Discharge, which was in turn inspired by Motörhead. Another typical feature is the use of both very fast tempos and extremely heavy tempos, and harsh guttural vocals are not uncommon. And offspring of crust punk is grindcore which was invented by Napalm Death and Carcass under the influence of Extreme Noise Terror (who would later embrace grindcore aesthetics themselves). Many bands on the Stockholm death metal scene of the early 1990s would incorporate numerous elements from crust punk into their sound as would early American sludge metal bands like The Melvins and Neurosis, while Hellhammer/Celtic Frost would draw inspiration from Discharge, resulting in derivatives of d-beating figuring in black metal. More recently, crust bands have infused elements from death metal, black metal, thrash metal and sludge metal, into their music. Examples of crust bands included in the MMA are Extreme Noise Terror, Amebix, Discharge, Acephalix, Wolfbrigade, Nuclear Death Terror, and Hellbastard. Many modern crust bands have infused so many death metal elements into their music that it makes more sense to consider them death metal bands, in which case the bands, or releases, in question are included under death metal, as is the case of a number of Acephalix and Bastard Priest releases. Other crust bands crossed over into thrash metal territory as is the case of Hellbastard's late releases and Amebix' "Monolith"; in this case the relevant releases are included under thrash metal. Crust Punk
  • UK82: UK82 is a hardcore punk style that includes those early second-wave punk bands who retained a strong punk sound but added the heavy drum beats and distorted guitar sound of NWoBHM bands to produce a punk and metal hybrid. Examples of bands playing in the UK82 style would be G.B.H and The Exploited.
  • New York Hardcore: New York Hardcore, or NYHC, was more than just a scene. NYHC bands had a distinctive metallic sound incorporating thrash metal riffs and also took influence from the British Oi! movement. NYHC had a strong influence over the development of metalcore and beatdown hardcore.
  • Crossover thrash: Crossover thrash, often abbreviated to crossover, is a form of thrash metal that contains more hardcore punk elements than standard thrash. It is sometimes referred to as punk metal, though this is generally incorrect due to the existence of other music genres that combine forms of punk rock and heavy metal, such as grunge, crust punk, and more recently metalcore and its subgenres. While thrash metal is heavily influenced by hardcore punk, the overall sound of crossover thrash is more punk-influenced yet more metal-sounding and aggressive than traditional hardcore punk and thrashcore. The term was coined by the band D.R.I. with their album "Crossover", released in 1987. The term 'crossover' is based on the metaphor of crossing over from one genre into the other, thus capturing artists the operate within the transition zone between thrash metal and hardcore punk. With the metaphor comes the conception of directionality, such that the genre is applied to hardcore and crust punk artists who have crossed over into thrash metal territory, such as D.R.I., Discharge, The Exploited, The Accüsed, Agnostic Front and Suicidal Tendencies (who eventually ventured into alternative metal), and thrash metal artists who crossed over into hardcore punk territory, such as Nuclear Assault and S.O.D. In the MMA database, crossover bands and releases that lean more towards thrash metal are included under thrash metal, while those that lean more towards metallic hardcore are included under hardcore.
  • Thrashcore: thrashcore and the closely related subgenre skatepunk are often placed in the crossover continuum. Thrashcore is basically metallic hardcore played at very high speed (often featuring simple guitar figures performed with palm-muting), sometimes using blastbeats, and makes use of microsongs. Skatepunk is a more melodic, but just as aggressive and fast, variant of thrashcore, used as soundtracks in skateboarding videos (with many of the artists being skateboarders themselves). D.R.I. and Voetsek as well as Cryptic Slaughter, Septic Death and A.N.S. all started out thrashcore bands and eventually took their music in a more thrash metal-oriented direction. In the MMA database, thrashcore bands and releases that are more hardcore than thrash are included under hardcore while those that are more thrash metal oriented are included under thrash metal; some thrashcore bands have taken their music in a more grindcore-oriented direction, in which case they are included under grindcore.
  • Powerviolence: Powerviolence or Power Violence is a style of hardcore punk that grew out of thrashcore. Songs tend to be short and aggressive and are often accompanied by frequent tempo changes and socio-political lyrics. While powerviolence bands remain musically grounded in hardcore punk, the scene has strongly influenced the development of grindcore and some crossover between the genres exist.
  • Post-hardcore: post-hardcore combines hardcore elements with elements from alternative rock, alternative metal, noise rock and sludge metal, and is often also often characterized by an avant-garde approach. Some post-hardcore acts have inherited the metallic elements from metallic hardcore, while others infuse post-metal into their sound. Such metallic post-hardcore bands are included in the MMA - if the hardcore elements are prevalent, then they are filed under hardcore; otherwise they are categorized under the most appropriate metal subgenre as is the case of, for instance, Wolves Like Us. Post-hardcore bands with no metal elements or not relevance to metal are not included in the MMA.
  • Sludgecore: sludge metal was born as a hybrid of hardcore punk and crust punk on the one hand and doom metal, southern metal and stoner metal on the other hand. Some sludge bands emphasize the tempos and aggression of metallic hardcore and crust, prioritizing these over the slow tempos of doom metal and stoner metal. Such artists and releases - if the hardcore and crust elements are dominant - are included under hardcore rather than sludge metal. Examples of such bands are I Exist and Hard Charger.
  • Beatdown: Beatdown hardcore is a style of hardcore punk that tends to be very metallic, often drawing inspiration from brutal and slam death metal, while remaining closer to hardcore than a typical metalcore or deathcore band would. The style sits on the cusp between hardcore punk and metalcore and deathcore, and beatdown bands often cross over into decidedly metal territory. Where they do, bands and releases are filed under metalcore or deathcore on MMA. An example of one such band might be Hatebreed.
  • D-beat: D-Beat is a metal-influenced style of hardcore punk named after and popularised by the band Discharge. D-Beat features a recognizable d-beat drum pattern, usually has shouted vocals and is stylistically and thematically similar to Anarcho-Punk.


The following hardcore-related subgenres are included in the MMA, but not under the hardcore genre:

  • Metalcore: metalcore has its own subgenre, as it has evolved into a popular metal genre of its own.
  • Deathcore: deathcore - a hybrid genre that combines metalcore and death metal - is considered a metalcore subgenre, and deathcore bands and releases are included in the deathcore child-sub under metalcore.
  • Mathcore: as with deathcore, mathcore - highly technical and progressive metalcore - is considered a subgenre of metalcore, and mathcore bands and releases will be included under metalcore (or deathcore). Those math metal bands that have more in common with progressive metal will be included under progressive metal.
  • Grindcore: although derived from crust punk, grindcore has developed into an extreme metal genre in itself and is given a subgenre of its own. Some grindcore acts started out as crust, powerviolence or thrashcore bands and then developed into grindcore bands, as is the case of Extreme Noise Terror. In this case, crust, powerviolence or thrashcore releases are included under hardcore while grindcore releases are included under grindcore.
  • Other punk-metal hybrids: punk-metal hybrids that do not draw on hardcore or crust or related genres, but rather on other punk rock genres are included under the most appropriate metal genre. Thus Kvelertak who combines punk rock, hard rock and black metal is included under hard rock, and Motörhead and Brats who combine early punk rock and traditional heavy metal are included under traditional heavy metal, while Oktan and The Spittin' Cobras who combine dirty hard rock 'n' roll and punk rock are also included under hard rock.


Note that hardcore punk, crust punk, thrashcore, skate punk and other purely punk-oriented artists with little or no relevance to metal music are not included in the MMA database. If a metal band in the MMA has released a non-metal punk-oriented release, that release will be included under Non-Metal, as is the case of Lawnmower Deth's album "Billy" which is a pop punk album along the lines of Green Day.

Sub-genre collaborators (+ child sub-genres & shared with Metalcore):
  • Bosh66 (leader)

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CORROSION OF CONFORMITY Eye For An Eye

Album · 1984 · Hardcore Punk
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"Eye for an Eye" is the debut full-length studio album by US hardcore/heavy metal act Corrosion of Conformity. The album was released through No Core/Toxic Shock Records in may 1984. The original release featured 20 tracks and a full playing time of 33:31 minutes, while later re-releases include the 6 tracks from the "Six Songs with Mike Singing EP" from 1988 (recorded in 1985). As the EP title suggests those tracks feature bassist Mike Dean on vocals, while the remaining tracks predominantly feature original Corrosion of Conformity singer Eric Eycke on lead vocals.

Stylistically the music on the album is aggressive and raw hardcore. It´s fast, unpolished, political themed (song titles like "Minds Are Controlled", "RedneKKK", and "Poison Planet", are a testament to that), and primal in expression. The band are obviously still a bit immature as the songwriting lacks a bit catchiness and the performances aren´t exactly sharp, but to those who enjoy their hardcore as unpolished and authentic sounding as possible (this sounds a lot like you are standing in the rehearsal room with the band playing), "Eye for an Eye" is sure to meet that demand.

The sound production is just as raw and unpolished as the tracks, so "Eye for an Eye" is an album where all the elements go hand in hand. Upon conclusion "Eye for an Eye" is not the most unique sounding hardcore release from the early- to mid-80s and it´s not the most memorable either, but Corrosion of Conformity did have a nice raw charm and an authentic primal aggression which have impact on the listener. It all equals up to a good but not great album and a 3 star (60%) rating is warranted.

LIFE OF AGONY River Runs Red

Album · 1993 · Hardcore Punk
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"River Runs Red" is the debut full-length studio album by US, New York based hardcore/alternative rock/metal act Life of Agony. The album was released through Roadrunner Records in October 1993. Life of Agony was formed in 1989 by lead vocalist Keith Caputo (now Mina Caputo), bassist Alan Robert, and guitarist Joey Z.. The band played with several drummers before former Type O Negative drummer Sal Abruscato joined shortly before recording "River Runs Red". The Type O Negative connection is further strengthened by the fact that Josh Silver (keyboard player/producer in Type O Negative) is credited as producer on "River Runs Red".

But while there are some sound production similarities between Josh Silver´s work on the early Type O Negative releases and the sound on "River Runs Red", Life of Agony is ultimately a very different sounding act to their fellow New Yorkers.

"River Runs Red" is a concept release telling the story of a young man who has been abandoned by his farther (who has started a new life with a new wife as told in the opening track "This Time"). The young man lives with his verbally abuse mother (her screaming is heard on a couple of interlude tracks on the album), and his life is generally on the way down the drain. We experience that he is fired, dumped by his girlfriend, and told that he is failing classes in school. Already early on in the story the listener is made aware that the young man is suicidal, and the story ends with him slashing his wrists with a razor in his bathtub (hence the title of the album), and his mother screaming when she finds him dead.

Stylistically the music is heavy and groove laden New York hardcore, and in that respect nothing out of the ordinary...at least when it comes to the instrumental part of the music. Keith Caputo´s voice and emotional vocal delivery are what make "River Runs Red" stand out from other New York hardcore releases. Caputo successfully manage to convincingly convey the sadness and despair of the lyrics. Self-loathing, depression, insecurity, and social issues all combined on this heavy and powerful album.

The material on the 13 track, 50:28 minutes long album are generally well written, catchy, and memorable, although some tracks stand out more than others. Highlights include "This Time", the title track, "Through and Through", and "Words and Music" (the ultra heavy mid-section, where Caputo sings about his friend´s funeral is just bleak, bleak, bleak). About mid-way through the album the quality drops a bit and to my ears the album is frontloaded with the standout tracks, but when that is said the tracks on the latter part of the album aren´t bad quality tracks by any means ("Bad Seed" is for example pretty great, and the chorus to "Method of Groove" is absolutely killer, although the rap vocals on the verses may scare off some people), and "River Runs Red" is overall an album with a good flow and enough variation between tracks to keep the listener entertained throughout. A 3.5 - 4 star (75%) rating is deserved.

NAILS You Will Never Be One of Us

Album · 2016 · Hardcore Punk
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"You Will Never Be One of Us" is the 3rd full-length studio album by US, California based hardcore/grindcore act Nails. The album was released through Nuclear Blast Entertainment in June 2016. It´s the successor to "Abandon All Life" from 2013.

Stylistically the material on the 10 track, 21:43 minutes long album continue the raw and uncompromising hardcore/grindcore style of the preceding releases by the band. The tracks are harsh, fast, noisy, and brutal, and most definitely not for the faint at heart. The listener is exposed to a caustic aggression and a convincing savage approach to delivering the music. While the pace is predominantly high throughout the album, there are sections featuring crushingly heavy breakdowns and the 8:14 minutes long closing track "They Come Crawling Back" is a slow and heavy track throughout. So there is a bit more variation on the album than what is initially revealed when you´re pummelled by the opening title track.

"You Will Never Be One of Us" features a raw and powerful sounding production, which suits the material perfectly. So upon conclusion "You Will Never Be One of Us" is another high quality release by Nails. Some people may shy away from a full-length album which is only about 20 minutes long, but I asure you that it´s a perfect length format for Nails music. Music this extreme is seldom enjoyable for the duration of an hour long album release, and that has nothing to do with the quality of the music. This type of music is just better enjoyed in shorter intense doses. A 4 star (80%) rating is deserved.

CRO-MAGS The Age Of Quarrel

Album · 1986 · Hardcore Punk
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"The Age of Quarrel" is the debut full-length studio album by US, New York based hardcore act Cro-Mags. The album was released through Profile Records in July 1986. Cro-Mags were formed in 1982 and are widely considered one of the most influential hardcore/crossover thrash metal acts from the 80s. Cro-Mags released the "Age of Quarrel" demo in 1985. Many of the tracks from the demo appear on "The Age of Quarrel" in re-recorded versions.

Stylistically the material on the 15 track, 33:41 minutes long album is hardcore/crossover thrash metal featuring lyrics dealing with subjects like politics, street violence and social issues, world conflicts and inner struggles. The music is driven forward by relatively simple yet powerful hardcore punked riffs (occasionally a bit more thrash metal oriented), raw powerful drumming, and the distinct sounding rough shouting vocals of John Joseph Bloodclot. The man is clearly not a trained singer, but his delivery is quite charming in it´s own raw primal way.

Most tracks are short and to the point, but the album is relatively varied within the confines of the genre with both faster-paced and mid-paced heavy tracks, and even an occasional guitar solo thrown in. "The Age of Quarrel" opens with the strong trio of tracks "We Gotta Know", "world Peace", and "Show You No Mercy" (the latter features an obvious Suicidal Tendencies influence in the riff department), but all tracks on the album are quality hardcore/crossover thrash metal. The unpolished and raw sound production provides the music with authenticity and the right conditions for the band´s hardcore "street" attitude to shine. It´s probably not an album which took long to record, and I wouldn´t be surprised if the vocal tracks were one-takes.

So this is for the listener who favors authenticity, rawness, and to the point songwriting, rather than polished productions and sophisticated complexity. Cro-Mags make a strong entry on the scene with "The Age of Quarrel", and as far as debut albums go, this one is a bit of a gem. A 3.5 - 4 star (75%) raring is deserved.

NIÉGALO TODO Absurdo Escepticismo Superficial

EP · 2015 · Hardcore Punk
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When i think of hardcore punk i can’t help but think of total anarchy in the UK or even a little holiday in Cambodia the American way but Mexico? Not even. As counterintuitive it may seem to contemplate Latin American punk, the truth is that punk has permeated the entire globe and for a long time now so places like Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, sure but Chiapas, Mexico? Well despite there being zero punk scene in the jungles bordering Guatemala, sure enough some young ones are fucking pissed at the world and recorded their angst for the world to hear.

NIÉGALO TODO or in English “Deny Everything” comes form the city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez, which is the capital city of the state of Chiapas, Mexico’s most southern region. This is one of those virtually impossible artists to track down any info but this band has so far released one short EP titled ABSURDO ESCEPTICISMO SUPERFICIAL which translates as “Absurd Superficial Skepticism.” Now what’s all that about you ask? Fuck if i know i say. This cassette only release that was limited to only 100 copies has now been turned into a Bandcamp downloadable digital releases as well. This lil shorty of only ten track only clocks in at 17 minutes with tracks being about one to two minutes in length.

This is some seriously pissed off punk here. Bantering guitars distorted to high heaven with rampaging tempos, furious bass and drums and some of the angriest crossover metal vocals ever for a hardcore punk band, NIÉGALO TODO takes the energetic excess of Distortion and Amoeba and mixes it with the more traditional punk compositional style of the classic UK bands that emerged in the first wave of the punk rock scene. This is really the stuff punk rock dreams are made of. Caustic as fuck, energetic and reeking of rage and discontent. All the lyrics are in the Spanish language but you don’t really need to understand the lyrics to feel the wrath spewed from every screamed syllable in full distorted decibelage.

While it’s all over as soon as it seems to start, this short explosive firecracker of an EP is relentless in its duration. Certainly not innovative, definitely not forward thinking, this set of ten tracks is just pure youthful discontent erupting like Mount Vesuvius and your ear drums are Pompeii. It doesn’t really get any more authentic and DIY as what’s presented here and what makes it even more enticing is how fast the tempos rampage along with the extreme metal tones, timbres and excessive energetic deliveries. Very cool for an obvious home recording in the middle of some off the beaten track in southern Mexico.

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