#1
How can I correct this list:


1) Metallica

70's metal:
(2) Led Zeppelin
(3) black sabath
(4) AC/DC
(5) Rolling Stones (included for continuity)
(6) The beatles (included for continuity)
(7) Stevie Ray Vaughn (included for continuity)

80's metal:
(8) more metallica
(9) Iron Maiden
(10) Slayer
(11) Megadeth
(12) Antrax
(13) Judas Priest
(14) Motorhead
(15) Motley Crue
(16) The Scorpions
(17) White Snake
(18) Kiss

90's grunge (for continuity):
(18) Nirvana
(19) Peal Jam
(20) Alice In Chains

progressive death metal:
(21) Opeth

black metal:
(22) Amon Amarth

death metal:
(23) Rings of Saturn

groove metal:
(24) Pantera
(25) Lamb of God

early 2000's nu metal:
(26) System of a Down
(27) Slip Knot
(28) Disturbed
(29) POD
(30) Lincoln Park

early 2000's indie (for continuity):
(31) Wilco
(32) find more indie bands

80's punk (for continuity) (actually this should go before grunge but I was too lazy to change all the numbers when I just thought of punk now):
(33) Ramones
(34) Sex Pistols
(35) look up other 80's punk bands

garage rock (for continuity):
(36) listen to more Nirvana
(37) look up more garage rock bands

acoustic emotional rock (for continuity)
(38) Nirvana acoustic
(39) look up more

80's hardcore (for continuity):
(40) I don't know, look it up

90's hardcore (for continuity):
(41) I don't know, look it up

early 2000's hardcore (for continuity):
(42) I don't know, look it up

food core:
(43) System of a Down Steal This Albumn Chick N Stu
(44) look up more

mid 2000's metalcore:
(45) All That Remains
(46) Killswitch Engage
(47) As I Lay Dying

mid 2000's melodic hardcore:
(48) Taking back Sunday
(49) bless the fall EP (2005)
(50) Evergreen Terrace
(51) look up more

mid 2000's post grunge:
(51) Theory of a Deadman
(52) Puddle of Mud
(53) Hinder
(54) buck Cherry
(55) look up more

mid 2000's pop punk:
(56) All Time Low
(57) Alkaline Trio
(58) My Chemical Romance
(59) Escape The Fate Dying Is Your Latest Fashion (2005)

rap metal (for continuity):
(60) Lincoln Park
(61) Saliva
(62) Hollywood Undead

early 2000's hard rock:
(63) Avenged Sevenfold Waking The Fallen (2003)
(64) listen to more AC/DC

mid 2000's hard rock:
(65) Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil (2005)
(66) Avenged Sevenfold self titled (2007)
(67) bullet for my valentine

late 2000's hard rock:
(68) Avenged Sevenfold Nightmare (2009)
(69) Escape The Fate This War is Ours (2008) The Guillotine 2
(70) Escape The Fate self titled (2010) City of Sin, Gorgeous Nightmare
(71) bullet for my valentine

late 2000's emo hard rock:
(72) Escape The Fate self titled Issues, Massacre, Gorgeous Nightmare
(73) black veil brides Knives and Pens (just listen to it to see all the riffs that they stole from Avenged Sevenfold to discourage this individual from ever listening to them ever again after listening to that one song one time)
(74) bullet for my valentine

late 2000's nu metalcore:
(75) Asking Alexandria The Final Episode
(76) Attack! Attack! Stick Stickly
(77) The Devil Wears Prada

early 2000's electronic nu metal:
(78) Lincoln Park

late 2000's electronic nu metalcore:
(78) Asking Alexandria
(79) Attack! Attack!
(80) Abandon All Ships
(81) Design The Skyline
(82) I See Stars

early 2010's nu metalcore (much better than late 2000's nu metalcore):
(82) The Word Alive
(83) Memphis May Fire
(84) Miss May I
(85) August burns Red
(86) Asking Alexandria new albumn 2012
(87) The Devil Wears Prada
(88) Alesena
(89) Parkway Drive

early 2010's electronic hardcore:
(90) I See Stars

post rock:
(91) I don't know, look it up

80's post hardcore:
(92) I don't know, look it up

90's post hardcore:
(93) I don't know, look it up

early 2000's post hardcore:
(94) I don't know, look it up

late 2000's post hardcore:
(95) Pierce The Veil
(96) Sleeping With Sirens
(97) bring me the horizon
(98) La Dispute
(99) look up more

late 2000's post rock:
(100) Sleeping With Sirens
(101) Alesana
(102) bless the fall
(103) The Color Morale We All Have Demons

early 2010's hardcore:
(104) The Word Alive Lifecycles
(105) Memphis May Fire Challenger
(106) Woe, Is Me
(107) The Color Morale My Devil In Your Eyes and Know Hope
(108) Sworn In
(109) barrier
(110) Kingmaker

early 2010's post rock:
(111) The Color Morale My Devil In Your Eyes and Know Hope

mid 2000's Christian core:
(112) Taking back Sunday
(113) The Devil Wears Prada

late 2000's Christian core:
(114) The Devil Wears Prada
(115) The Color Morale We All Have Demons (2008)

early 2010's Christian core:
(116) The Color Morale My Devil In Your Eyes (2010) (note that starting at Know Hope they are not a Christian band anymore and are actually agostic)

deathcore:
(117) Suicide Silence
(118) don't know don't care it sucks because I can't understand what they're saying
#2
We already have a genre dictionary stickied to the top of the forum.


You're wrong on just about all of these.
#3
You can correct it by deleting it completely.
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#4
Why did you make a new thread about this...

You can correct it by listening to actual hardcore. By going into the genre dictionary and listening to the music. Absorbing them and understanding what makes those bands what they are.

And to be fair, things like Metalcore and Post-Hardcore are misslabled constantly in the mainstream, so no one will blame you for it... well this is the internet so they will, but it's a very VERY common mistake... to the point that it's becoming truth from repetition, not truth from fact mind you.

From going through the list again and seeing stuff like this:

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black metal:
(22) Amon Amarth

death metal:
(23) Rings of Saturn


I think the answer is actually pretty simple. Listen to more music.

From what I can tell you listen to a lot of Popcore/Nu-Metalcore/Radio Metal whatever you want to call stuff like Escape the Fate and Asking Alexandria (Apart from Hardcore/Post-Harcore/Post-Rock/Emo/Screamo because they would all be wrong :P)

So my advice to you... is go through the recommendation threads in both the Metal and Hardcore forums, maybe even the Pop Punk and Emo forum and listen to some bands under the essentials category (or whatever it's called in those threads.) That is of course, assuming you actually want to learn about genres here.
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#5
Way too complicated. Listen to what moves you and don't worry about what genre it is. I have never heard a song I like, then said "Oh, wait, this isn't metal, I can't like it." My playlist right now goes from Chris Duarte (Texas Blues) to Slipknot to Drain S.T.H. to old school Megadeth and back to Live.
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#7
There are literally 10 bands on that list that are classified right. Like the other guys said, go through the genre dictionaries and rec threads if you want a place to start.
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Way too complicated. Listen to what moves you and don't worry about what genre it is. I have never heard a song I like, then said "Oh, wait, this isn't metal, I can't like it." My playlist right now goes from Chris Duarte (Texas Blues) to Slipknot to Drain S.T.H. to old school Megadeth and back to Live.
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It shouldn't change what you're listening to, but he's asked for help, so we gave him the answers.
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