#1
that use both clean and death vocals and are similar to scar symmetry, soilwork.
#2
In Flames? Opeth? You're not very specific.
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#4
early Dark Tranquillity, i dont know if they sound like those bands but they use clean and death.
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In Flames? Opeth? You're not very specific.

i listen to both, i suppose i should have been more specific
#7
Swans.
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#10
I don't see how he could be more specific. Do sub-genres' sub-genres have sub-genres now? Seriously.

Disarmonia Mundi, Without Grief, maybe some mid-era In Flames (Whoracle, Clayman, Colony), and if the acoustic medleys and sing-song voices leave you wanting more in the music, you may look into some late At the Gates, early Dark Tranquillity, Depresy (!), and Hypocrisy. If your taste grows darker, you may find that the red in the sky is ours.
#12
Im just curious OP. Why do you and the other 80 million people who come in here fail to read the stickies at the top of the page?
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