ElectricWankery;3736657 said:Lots of the classics, such as Dead Kennedys, Cramps, Ramones, Minutemen, Adverts, Buzzcocks, Clash, Vibrators, X, Replacements, Black Flag, Redd Kross, Fear, TSOL, etc.Also listen to a lot of the post-punk and no-wave stuff, like Swans, Lydia Lunch, Thirwell, DNA, Sonic Youth, and so on.
King_Nuthin;3737927 said:Buzzcocks (just saw them the other night, still rockin it)
ElectricWankery;3737933 said:Where did you see them? I saw them last friday and they were pretty damn awesome.
King_Nuthin;3737955 said:Portland. Are you in Canada? I think the Dollyrots said it was their first show back in the states.
TheClashTheClashTheClash;3739469 said:Sum 41, Good Charlotte, Blink 182, Simple Plan, New Found Glory, All Time Low, etc.
afterstasis;3742780 said:why don't we have a thread for grind/crust/powerviolence/screamo? we have quite a few members who are into at least one of the above.
citizenCERO;3742775 said:I've been meaning to listen to more powerviolence, mmI loved United Nation's s/t.
citizenCERO;3743531 said:I didn't like the Capitalist Casualties song
citizenCERO;3743641 said:I heard that This Comp Kills Fascists was good, it's the one with George Bush framed in penises on the cover, right?
Mystlyfe77;3743513 said:United Nations isn't pow-vi. They claim that they are, but they're not.Try out these songs. Powerviolence is fast, raw, angry, and often noisy hardcore. A lot of crossover between powerviolence and other forms of extreme hardcore (namely thrashcore and grindcore).