Archive for the 'Metalcore' Category

Roy Culver sits down with Dan tonight to discuss Roy's history with the heavy music scene. What it takes to enter the industry and how it has changed ...View Details

Cave In has one of the most interesting musical arcs we have explored on this show so far.  How does a band go from being a garage hardcore band to be...View Details

Coalesce is one of if not the most important band to modern hardcore music.  If you enjoy bands like Norma Jean, The Chariot, or any other chaotic met...View Details

Point of Recognition is a very important band to the west coast Christian hardcore scene and possibly the hardcore scene at large.  With their own bra...View Details

It's been a long time since we covered a “sure thing” band.  Winds of Plague might just be that.  Winds of Plague was one of the first deathcore bands...View Details

Bryan Patton of As the Story Grows joins Dan and Joe this week to talk all about Emery.  Emery is one of the most prolific Tooth and Nail bands to com...View Details

Innovation is a word that gets thrown around a lot on this show.  On this episode of Discography Discussion Dan, Joe, and Jon try to put every release...View Details

Sometimes it can be weird to hear a bunch of random people on the internet critique your band.  Joel Bailey of Society's Finest experienced this, and ...View Details

Bryan Gray of The Blamed, The Satire, Mortal, Left Out and an unbelievable number of other bands joins the podcast this week to talk about his full hi...View Details

What happens when a band delivers a metalcore masterpiece, and then doesn’t?  If you ask Dan and Buddy, Nodes of Ranvier is one of the bands you absol...View Details

Dewey Halpaus of the Peer Pleasure podcast sits down this week with Dan, Joe, and Jon to talk about Fear Before the March of Flames.  Dewey shares som...View Details

This week we give Evergreen Terrace a day in the sun.  We try to determine why the band isn’t more popular, and if it's a songwriting problem or not. ...View Details

Earth Crisis is a band only overshadowed by the amount of other bands that were influenced by them.  They are a staple in hardcore music, and on this ...View Details

To this day, Emmure remains one of the most popular heavy bands in the industry.  This week on Discography Discussion we try to figure out why.  Get r...View Details

Well this one came out of left field!  Dan sits down with not one, not two, but four members of Travail this week.  We talk about the history of the b...View Details

Steven Dail sits down with Dan this week to dig deep into the past.  They go way back to his days of playing in Innermeans, Bloodshed, Project 86, Sta...View Details

It’s no secret that we love Living Sacrifice here at Discography Discussion.  In the spirit of finding a reason to constantly bring up this band we de...View Details

John Amos of Attalus joins us this week to talk about the band’s Vinyl release, history of the band, how they hooked up with Facedown records and what...View Details

Horse the Band is insane.  Do you think you have the mental fortitude to pick apart all of the randomness and insanity packed into each song?  Dan and...View Details

Dan finally got his way. We are talking about Zao... ONE MORE TIME!  In this episode we get more into the nitty gritty of what makes Zao tick, and how...View Details

This week it’s a battle of the crazy!  Which band is more unhinged?  Into the ring steps Training for Utopia, one of the spazziest bands to come out o...View Details

Alaska’s 36 Crazyfists has been in the game for over 20 years and has consistently delivered their own personal brand of melodic heavy music.  Dan and...View Details

Josh and John of Narcissus join the podcast this week to talk about the history of the band, bands they were in before, and most important of all, the...View Details

Joel Lauver of Trenches joins the podcast this week to talk about the new Trenches record, why it took so long to release, what got him into music pro...View Details

What does it take for a modern metalcore band to stand out from the pack?  Can Wage War bring something new to the table?  Or do they just bring it be...View Details

Shane Ochsner of Everything On Slow Motion joins the podcast this week to talk about his new album Influence, his history in the band Hands, how much ...View Details

Despite being a "newer" band by Discography Discussion standards, Code Orange has a very diverse musical arc.  In the span of four albums these Code O...View Details

Hatebreed is one of the few bands in the heavy music scene who is equally accepted as a hardcore and metal band without anyone throwing out the dirty ...View Details

Jesse Hawley vocalist of The Satire sits down with Dan to talk about how he became a hardcore screamer, how he lost the opportunity to sing, and then ...View Details

Parkway Drive was the premier Australian metalcore band in the mid 2000’s and have had worldwide success.  Is this another “sure thing” band?  Geoff i...View Details

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