#1
So, I don't know exactly what sub-genre Lamb of God falls under although I read "Groove metal" with elements of "metalcore" (don't understand the "with elements of" thing either), but does anyone know of any other song with a part more hardcore than Randy Blythe beginning the breakdown with "SEE WHO GIVES A ****!" followed by a huge amount of bass punching you in the face?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oVW8gcse4g

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#3
check out these breakdowns. heavy shit and i dont listen to deathcore except for all shall perish.


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#4
I don't like breakdowns, only a few Pantera ones since they pretty much started it in the first place. Domination has a legendary breakdown.
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#5
I guess you're looking for ''impressive'' breakdowns?
I don't list my favorite breakdowns (there's so much more to music, really) but I like that one
august burns red - crusades (it starts at 1:00 but you got to hear the build up to really feel the depth of the breakdown)

But you probably already heard this track their's nothing underground here.
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I don't like breakdowns, only a few Pantera ones since they pretty much started it in the first place. Domination has a legendary breakdown.


same here.. not a fan of breakdowns cept for pantera...

Domination's ending is the father of all breakdowns.. its what started the ripple effect..
i've been with people who arent metal fans, who started headbanging when that shit came on


oh apart from that theres also nervous breakdowns and other types of breakdowns.. which are cool... but probably not for the person going through em..
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#10
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Close. 19. I don't listen to anything much heavier than that. But close-minded dumb ****s like you can just keep listening to your underground shit because you're all so badass
#15
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I guess you're looking for ''impressive'' breakdowns?
I don't list my favorite breakdowns (there's so much more to music, really) but I like that one
august burns red - crusades (it starts at 1:00 but you got to hear the build up to really feel the depth of the breakdown)

But you probably already heard this track their's nothing underground here.


I like this one
#16
You should probably just look in the mid 2000's metalcore scene. It was full of stuff like this.
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#17
Breakdowns. The cancer of heavy music.
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#21
Ugh. What the hell, man? That OP breakdown was just... No.

And stop calling Lamb of God "-core" anything. They're just groove metal (a la Pantera, Machine Head, Gojira, etc.).
#22
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Ugh. What the hell, man? That OP breakdown was just... No.

And stop calling Lamb of God "-core" anything. They're just groove metal (a la Pantera, Machine Head, Gojira, etc.).


lamb of god... groove?

i dont think you got the right definition of "groove" my friend.
unless u mean it as "an established routine or habit" for example..

making un-groovy records is a routine groove for lamb of god.


and classifying them to the likes of pantera is like spitting in the grave of dime. uncool dude. uncool.

now im not one who has to classify every type of music into a genre.. but LoG definitely aint "groovy" not hating on them. used to like them at some point. but just not groove.