#4
I don't get why people are so against labels. It just makes it easier to define what a band sound like without hearing them. People will stereotype certain things and refuse to listen to them, but that's their loss. I don't like any -core bands I've heard, but I'll listen to them at least once.

And I'd say you're somewhere between deathcore and melodic death metal. I find it hard to pin one constant defining difference between deathcore, metalcore and melodeath.
#5
Like Ali-b912 says, deathcore or melodeath. Sounds good, but could do with a better production. I'm interested to hear your songs when you have been to the studio.
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