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What are some good covers of songs done by hardcore/metalcore/deathcore bands? I've seen a song by Paramore done by Sea of Treachery and Gangster's Paradise done by In Fear and Faith.
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i heard a truly horrible metal version of the BeeGee's Stayin' Alive by this band called Lucid. Terrible...
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Oops I did it again - Children of Bodom
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Holy Diver- Killswitch Engage

If you've seen the Dio video before the KE video, it's much better.
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you give love a bad name covered by atreyu
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I don't think there has been a good song mentioned in this thread.
Or a hardcore song for that matter.

But yea. Metalcore covers of pop songs are obnoxious, unoriginal and not ironic. They need to stop. The only one I like is The Number 12 doing My Sharona.
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Botch - Rock Lobster
Slapshot - Bigmouth Strikes Again (or just listen to the Smiths punktribute album)
Ceremony = Feel like a Man
Comadre - Pause
dont know if the last 2 count, but it didnt said non HC songs being covered
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Botch - Rock Lobster
Slapshot - Bigmouth Strikes Again (or just listen to the Smiths punktribute album)
Ceremony = Feel like a Man
Comadre - Pause
dont know if the last 2 count, but it didnt said non HC songs being covered



Both Extremely good covers
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Earth Crisis - Sunshine Of Your Love
Black Flag - Louie Louie
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Converge - Disintegration
Botch - O Fortuna!



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And I add

Comadre - I think we're alone now (Tommy James & the Shondells)
Modern Life Is War - Nervous breakdown (Black Flag)
and the Das Oath/Ampere split.

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and the Das Oath/Ampere split.

that split is seriously a WINNER!
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All Out War covers Life of My Own by Cro-Mags
I think Machine Head covers Malfunction or Hard Times live.
Throwdown covers Baby Got Back
Theres a Sick of It All cover CD, which has a lot of good covers.
Overcast covered A National Acrobat
Shadows Fall covered Mark of The Squealer by Leeway
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#26
converge's cover of disintegration. forgot about that one.
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Evergreen Terrace - Zero(smashing punpkins)/Sunday Bloody Sunday(U2)

What was the name of the album where all the old hardcore bands covered old hip/hop songs?(and if you say crunk goes punk then your probably under the age of 16, cuz their not the same thing.)

With that said I still liked ATL's Rihanna cover.(yes i will probably get made fun of for this and i dont care)
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actualy i forgot about BTBAM - "Bicycle"(queen)
that whole album of covers was pretty sweet
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Evergreen Terrace - Zero(smashing punpkins)/Sunday Bloody Sunday(U2)

What was the name of the album where all the old hardcore bands covered old hip/hop songs?(and if you say crunk goes punk then your probably under the age of 16, cuz their not the same thing.)

With that said I still liked ATL's Rihanna cover.(yes i will probably get made fun of for this and i dont care)

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Botch - Rock Lobster
Comadre - Pause
Ramallah - What's Difference Does it Make (lol).
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Pulling Teeth covered Number of the Beast at Sound and Fury 07. The live set is on the deathwish website to download, it rips.
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My favorite cover right now is probably Ampere's version of Bit Part in a Bad Movie. Covering Born Against is so righteous.
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My favorite cover right now is probably Ampere's version of Bit Part in a Bad Movie. Covering Born Against is so righteous.



Yeah. Born Against is awesome. Still haven't checked out this cover though, nto a huge Ampere fan.
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