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  • 90s post hardcore and grunge had the same level musically
  • Pretentios bullshit tag. I'll use it
  • hahaha good tag
  • This tag has been hijacked. A7X is in the top artists list
  • This is a good tag, mostly the older stuff like it should, plus it has basically the only modern day post-hardcore bands that are worth listening to (Blood Brothers, Glassjaw and 1 or 2 others). Still some weird shit though, like Avenged Sevenfold shouldn't be close to being here (Even if they were good, they're still not Post-hardcore at all, they're metalcore if anything), and neither should Orchid (they're just grindcore-esque Screamo, plain and direct). There's less nonsense than I was expecting though; I figured Converge would be here yet again even though they're not even close to being Post-hardcore, so good job.
  • panduarlingga, i think texas is the reason can fall in with this tag. they're more on the emo side of things, but it's closely related. many of these bands can be tagged post-hardcore, emo, math rock, noise rock, etc. i think the point of this tag is to leave out the mislabeled garbage like A Day to Remember.
  • you got it backwards, older post hardcore sounded more like "alternative rock"
  • or touche amore?
  • does texas is the reason qualify for this tag?
  • "But I mean, in my opinion, post-hardcore isn't "soft" and it isn't unncessarily "heavy" either." I agree, but to me Thrice, Thursday, etc. those bands turned the P-H sound into a much lighter sound, therefore they pushed it to straight up Alternative Rock, allowing bands to be post-hardcore without actual coming from Punk or Hardcore where these scene kiddies come from, IMO

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