#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHBkHoQrOQg

You know you're badass if your vocalists are Hardcore dancing!

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.
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our rythym guitarist made up the best rap ever. makes fun of the "milkshake song"

my breakdowns bring all the crews to the pit
and theyre like, "lets dance to this ****!"
damn right, we dance to this ****
I 2 step, windmill and spinkick.
#4
haha holy shit, I honestly couldn't stop laughing threw most of that. Kinda made me sick at the end though, what does any of that have to do with "hardcore family". I can see bands like this blowing up though.
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#6
Haha, no mic leads and driving around with guns! HXC 2 Da MAX!

Unfortunatly, the guy in the flat cap doing the second set of vocals actually has a pretty good voice. If only he had the band to go with it.
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#7
Favorite lyric: I've got my jeep, we'll **** you up!
Quote by LPIndin
our rythym guitarist made up the best rap ever. makes fun of the "milkshake song"

my breakdowns bring all the crews to the pit
and theyre like, "lets dance to this ****!"
damn right, we dance to this ****
I 2 step, windmill and spinkick.
#10
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i h8 wigger hxc.



LOL.


EDIT: I hope they didn't take their name from the American Nightmare/GUTG song. That would be a shame.
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#12
Quote by Disco Vietnam


You know you're badass if your vocalists are Hardcore dancing!

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.



like half the hardcore bands i've seen the vocalists two-step to their own stuff, haha.
including bands like Terror and Outbreak and more.
It's not that unusual.
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#14
According to BS statistics, 92% of teens have moved on to rap. If you're among the 8% who doesn't consider rap to be real music, donate your brains, as you clearly aren't using them.
#15
Quote by SilentSpectacle

like half the hardcore bands i've seen the vocalists two-step to their own stuff, haha.
including bands like Terror and Outbreak and more.
It's not that unusual.



Yeah but lets face it Scott Vogel is pretty much a joke.

'I WANT TO SEE TWELVE STAGE DIVES DURING THIS SONG! NO MORE! NO LESS! GO!'



EDIT!: I have some new favorites:

'Dude, I loved your bands cover of straightedge revenge. I would've sang along but I was at the back buying beers.'

'I have a fucking illness, and that illness is that I'm fucking pissed off that our fucking van blew up and I need medicine and the only medicine that will cure my illness is fucking stage dives!'

'I wanna see dudes fucking other dudes left and right, back and forth.'

'We need to elevate to maximum stagedive potential!!!'

Oh Scott Vogel, where would the hardcore scene be without you?


Edit (just one more, promise!:

'I wanna see you cast a level 7 difficulty stage dive pronto!'
All-O-Gistics:

Thou shalt always go for greatness
Thou shalt not commit adulthood (ALL)
Thou shalt not partake of decaf (ALL!)
Thou shalt not have no idea (ALL)
Thou shalt not allow anything to deter you in your quest for all (ALL!)
#16
hahah true

The best i've ever heard is the guy from Too Pure To Die,
"Ventura, California....this is your last chance to dance...SEND....SOMEONE...HOME!
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#17
Quote by PiNk_ThE_pUnK
Yeah but lets face it Scott Vogel is pretty much a joke.

'I WANT TO SEE TWELVE STAGE DIVES DURING THIS SONG! NO MORE! NO LESS! GO!'



EDIT!: I have some new favorites:

'Dude, I loved your bands cover of straightedge revenge. I would've sang along but I was at the back buying beers.'

'I have a fucking illness, and that illness is that I'm fucking pissed off that our fucking van blew up and I need medicine and the only medicine that will cure my illness is fucking stage dives!'

'I wanna see dudes fucking other dudes left and right, back and forth.'

'We need to elevate to maximum stagedive potential!!!'

Oh Scott Vogel, where would the hardcore scene be without you?


Edit (just one more, promise!:

'I wanna see you cast a level 7 difficulty stage dive pronto!'

Mad lolz right there.
Vogel's lines alone would make seeing Terror worth it, nevermind the music.
#19
Brake P! Where've you been man, I haven't seen you around these parts for, what must be almost a year.
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Thou shalt always go for greatness
Thou shalt not commit adulthood (ALL)
Thou shalt not partake of decaf (ALL!)
Thou shalt not have no idea (ALL)
Thou shalt not allow anything to deter you in your quest for all (ALL!)
#20
hahahahah wowwwww. these guys are soo sick. every band should start doing hardcore drive bys in their videos
#21
That makes me ashamed to listen to "tough guy" hardcore, if you can even call it that. And what's with all these hardcore kids that dress like wiggers? When did ghetto and hardcore become one?

Also, I never new Terror's front man was such a douche.
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#22
Quote by hatebreed219
That makes me ashamed to listen to "tough guy" hardcore, if you can even call it that. And what's with all these hardcore kids that dress like wiggers? When did ghetto and hardcore become one?

Also, I never new Terror's front man was such a douche.

Ghetto and Hardcore have been around for ages in South Florida.
Quote by LPIndin
our rythym guitarist made up the best rap ever. makes fun of the "milkshake song"

my breakdowns bring all the crews to the pit
and theyre like, "lets dance to this ****!"
damn right, we dance to this ****
I 2 step, windmill and spinkick.
#25
these guys remind me of a really horribly version of 40SLS, one of the few bands i listen to who wigg it out.
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#26
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Ghetto and Hardcore have been around for ages in South Florida.



Somehow it spread to upstate New York. I'm sorry, rural , upstate NY. We're pretty ghetto up here y'know. What with all our cows, resorts for city folk and school's where the biggest grade is 130 kids.
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