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List of Screamo Bands

This is a list of bands that have played screamo at some point in their careers.

Screamo is a music genre which predominantly evolved from emo, among other genres, in the early 1990s. The term "screamo" was initially applied to a more aggressive offshoot of emo that developed in San Diego in 1991, which used usually short songs that grafted "spastic intensity to willfully experimental dissonance and dynamics."[1] Screamo is a particularly dissonant style of emo influenced by hardcore punk[2] and uses typical rock instrumentation, but is noted for its brief compositions, chaotic execution, and screaming vocals. The genre is "generally based in the aggressive side of the overarching punk-revival scene,[3] although the term can be vague.[2] The genre was pioneered by bands like Heroin and Antioch Arrow.[4]

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  7. ^ Greer, Nick. "Ampere - All Our Tomorrows End Today (album review) | Sputnikmusic". Sputnikmusic. Retrieved 2011. A typical emo/screamo fan will find this to be standard fare, but those looking for a more palatable foray into technicality should check out The Fall of Troy or Thrice. 
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  9. ^ Jared W. Dillon (Jan 2005). "Circle Takes The Square" (album review). Sputnikmusic. Retrieved 2012. The intensity and emotion put into these songs gives it an edge over most bands in the screamo category and it really helps define Circle Takes the Square as a band. 
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  13. ^ Van Pelt, Doug (2006). "Re-tooled Dead Poetic Takes Dramatic Step With "Vices"" (album review). The Fish. Christianity Today. Retrieved 2011. ...the solid screamo of [their album] "New Medicines"... 
  14. ^ Prato, Greg. "I, Lucifer" (album review). AllMusic. Retrieved 2011. 
  15. ^ Pettersson, Eric (Sep 2008). "Dizmas" (album review). Indie Vision Music. Retrieved 2011. Their sound [on their debut] was half enjoyable screamo... 
  16. ^ Freeman, Channing (Jan 2008). "Abyssal" (album review). Sputnikmusic. Retrieved 2011. 
  17. ^ Way, Brian. "Insomniac Doze" (album review). AllMusic. Retrieved 2011. ...the band's screamo-core roots... 
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  30. ^ "Hawthorne Heights Cancels Tour After Guitarist's Death". The Seattle Times. 2007-11-26. Archived from the original on February 24, 2009. Retrieved . Hawthorne Heights, a popular emo-screamo band, canceled its tour Monday after the death of Casey Calvert, the band's guitarist. 
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  47. ^ O'Malley, Gareth (October 30, 2015). "Loma Prieta : Self Portrait". Treblezine. Retrieved 2017. [Loma Prieta's] brand of hardcore has drawn upon myriad other influences, among them the raw emotion of screamo and the brutality of powerviolence; but since their formation in 2005, the band has pursued darker interests, creating music that became more extreme and intense with each album. 
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  61. ^ "Touche Amore Interview". Blow the Scene. October 22, 2010. Retrieved 2016. ...To The Beat of a Dead Horse ... is solid contribution to the West Coast punk and hardcore scene as Touche Amore transcend several sub genres [sic], ranging from screamo to post-hardcore. 
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  63. ^ Stephen Thomas Erlewine. "Artwork" (album review). AllMusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2012. Four albums in, they're also taking the business of being in a band very seriously too, demonstrating a greater command of dynamics and a certain measure of professional panache, something adolescent, an adenoidal rush of their early screamo. 
  64. ^ "The Used - The Used". Alternative Press. June 14, 2010. 

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