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Hardcore, yes was originally punk influenced, however dowadays hardcore, deathcore, metalcore,ect is metal influenced. Trust me I know my music probably better than you. Yes some hardcore is still punk influenced but progressive hardcore and boston hardcore are more metal influenced than punk influenced. Deathcore is actually influenced by death metal, and metalcore is influenced by heavy metal, just saying. I knew you would turn my words on myself to make me look like an idiot.
No argument, no matter how valid, no matter how to the point it is, will make it through your thick, ignorant skull, simply because you just don’t get it, and you fail to comprehend. You’re just like the rest of the core kiddies, you fit that to a T. AND you unfollowed us. *gasp* Big. Fucking. Deal. Bu-bye. I hope you clicked that unfollow button with angst.
Just so you know core is a sub genre of metal. So saying grind core bands like napalm death are not metal makes you look like an idiot. Grind core is a sub genre of metal, so in all technicality it is still metal just so you know. If you are going to have such strong opinions at least make them sound intelligent.
-core is not metal. Where and how do you come to that conclusion? It is a derivative of hardcore, meaning it came from hardcore punk. Thus, -core. just because it may have distortion and guttural vocals doesn’t automatically make it a metal subgenre, these two are vastly different. I’m sorry, but you’ve made yourself sound like an idiot. Read up and educate yourself so you don’t make a fool of yourself in public again, but I’m sure you will with your Skrillex haircut.