Although post-hardcore is primarily rooted in post-punk and hardcore punk, the music that created the space for it were groups like Black Flag, The Minutemen, Flipper and Hüsker Dü, who proved there was indeed room for stylistic diversity in hardcore punk, and abrasive art punk units like Sonic Youth and Big Black, who had arrived too late to truly be part of the initial post-punk movement. Unlike post-punk, post-hardcore was almost exclusively an American phenomenon. Read more…|Edit this Artist photo: Emery

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Friday 26 December 2014
Magic Stick
Detroit MI, United States
42.351132 -83.060093

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Saturday 27 December 2014
Across the AtlanticConcert The Gas Station
Harlingen, United States
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The Jazz June
Field Mouse, (Damn) This Desert AirConcert
Saint Vitus Bar
Brooklyn, New York, United States
40.808832 -73.954024

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Sunday 28 December 2014
The Jazz June
Field MouseConcert
Washington DC, United States
38.916718 -77.024063

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mewithoutYou: Home for the Holidays
mewithoutYou, Pattern is MovementConcert
Johnny Brenda's
Philadelphia PA, United States
39.96905 -75.134321

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Tuesday 30 December 2014
Tides of Man, Sleepwave, Not tonight Josephine, '68Concert
State Theatre
St Petersburg, Tampa FL, United States
27.771313 -82.643371
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  • iamyates

    It's okay fellow true post-hardcore heads, the people that listen to asking alexandria, bmth and blessthefall can't possibly be over 16. they still have time to learn... right?

    Saturday morning
  • LingPingBen

    @bobo Yes, fat jokes aimed at skinny people will surely take off. Also, you don't have to be fat to know it's unhealthy... Fat people, do not choose this guy as your spokesperson.

    Monday morning
  • BMDrummer53

    lol asking alexandria next to fugazi and at the drive-in

    8 days ago
  • MoogInRow

    imo the best era of Post-Hardcore was around the late 90s-2005 with bands like Thrice, Thursday, FATA, Glassjaw, Finch, Alexisonfire etc. i do enjoy the original first-era Post-Hardcore bands and a few of the more modern ones, but just not as much

    last month
  • rapha_rigoni

    Don't Wanna Sound like a Jerk, but, the late 80's and 90's bands sound so much better, all that Alternative Metal/Post-Hardcore Bands like Helmet, Fugazi, Mark Of Cain, Refused and At The Drive-In, actual bands are kind of 'meh..." for me, some of they sound really good, but some others just look like generic drugs

    last month
  • MoogInRow

    not exactly the newest bands out there but the closest i can think of to those bands are The Blood Brothers, Fear Before the March of Flames, Glassjaw and Showbread

    last month
  • HARIS2207

    @ look-a-ghost: ya, I've listened to them.

    last month
  • look-a-ghost

    They're not new but I recommend Unwound.

    last month
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