#1
I've been on a Pop/Punk/Hardcore binge lately and i need some more material to keep it going.

These are the only bands that I really know who do it well:

Set Your Goals
DAGGERMOUTH!!
and recently Lifetime

I know you guys know more so please help me out!
Quote by werty22
They're not talking about hardcore punk, they're talking about "hardcore." It has little in common with its roots in the '80s.

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when i ask questions. people reply with a stupid green smiley face sign

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#3
Tiefighter
Stolen Bikes Ride Faster
The ERGS!
Endgame

EDIT: I forgot Shook Ones and Captives.

And if you want a Pop-Punk/Thrash Crossover, check out Idol Punch.
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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
Quote by Disco Vietnam
Tiefighter
Stolen Bikes Ride Faster
The ERGS!
Endgame

EDIT: I forgot Shook Ones and Captives.

And if you want a Pop-Punk/Thrash Crossover, check out Idol Punch.

All of these (emphasis on The Ergs), and

Kid Dynamite
The Movielife
New Found Glory (NGCS/self titled)
#6
YEARS FROM NOW!
The newer Murphys Law is very pop-punk-esque, at least to my ears (by their new stuff I mean The Party's Over)
All-O-Gistics:

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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!)
#8
HEAD HIGH

final fight side project

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#9
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I want to kill myself for forgetting these.

Can't believe I forgot them too
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.
#11
Quote by Disco Vietnam
The ERGS!


Hell yeah.

Also, Avail is like the best band ever. Seriously, give them a listen. Descendents have some hardcore influence I guess. So do Bad Religion. Dillinger Four too.
#12
old Protest The Hero
Propagandhi, especially Today's Empires
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#13
Lifetime and Kid Dynamite > all


in this respected genre, of course
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um, yes it is.

sry if you havent heard of it, death metal bands that wear girl jeans = emodeath
#15
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Propagandhi, especially Today's Empires


They're my favorite band, but I wouldn't really call them hardcore. They definitely have some hardcore influence though.
#16
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Haha god Daggermouth are good.


I cant get through life without Daggermouth.

Thanks for the suggestions, this is good stuff. Keep it coming.
Quote by werty22
They're not talking about hardcore punk, they're talking about "hardcore." It has little in common with its roots in the '80s.

Quote by recklessnick
when i ask questions. people reply with a stupid green smiley face sign

Heres lookin to you
#18
gotta love crossover

living with lions
first to leave
chaos days
no trigger
latterman
the wonder years
show your stripes


... and props to the guy who suggested shook ones!!!!!!
Mark Waddington is the funniest man alive!!!