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List of Mathcore Bands

Mathcore is a dissonant style of music characterized by rhythmic complexity and tempo changes (such is found in free jazz and math rock) with the agressivness of hardcore punk and extreme metal. The genre is sometimes considered a subgenre of metalcore. Notable mathcore bands are listed here in alphabetical order.

List

Name Country Formed Notes
Architects U.K. 2004
American Standards U.S. 2011 [1]
Benea Reach Norway 2003 [2][3]
Blood Has Been Shed U.S. 1997 [4]
Botch U.S. 1993 [5][6][7][8]
Car Bomb U.S. 2002 [9]
The Chariot U.S. 2003 [10]
Coalesce U.S. 1994 [11]
Converge U.S. 1990 [12]
Daughters U.S. 2001 [13]
The Dillinger Escape Plan U.S. 1997 [14][15]
The End Canada 1999 [16]
Eyes Upon Separation U.S. 1998 [17]
Exotic Animal Petting Zoo U.S. 2004
The Fall of Troy U.S. 2002 [18][19]
Heck England 2009 [20]
Ion Dissonance Canada 2001 [21]
Knut Switzerland 1994
The Locust U.S. 1994 [22][23]
The National Acrobat U.S. 1998 [24][25]
Psyopus U.S. 2002 [26]
Rolo Tomassi U.K. 2005 [27]
See You Next Tuesday U.S. 2004 [28]
The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza U.S. 2004 [29]
War from a Harlots Mouth Germany 2005 [30]

See also

References

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  28. ^ Review of Parasite. About.com. Accessed December 8, 2007.
  29. ^ Falzon, Denise. "Starring Janet Leigh / The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza / Titan". Exclaim.com. Missing or empty |url= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  30. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "War from a Harlot's Mouth". Allmusic. Retrieved .

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