#1
sorry, im sure this is a stupid question, but i dont really understand what makes a song "core". if some could explain i can repay u with sexual favours.
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Him - "Because I just dumped you for the lulz!"
Her -"... what?"
Him -"*runs away*"


Quote by Lefty7Stringer
killswitch engage has some dissonant riffs, they're kind grindcore tho

#2
to the bone man, ...duh
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#3
Shut The **** 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.
#5
I don't think it's the breakdowns...Metal bands have been using breakdowns before the new craze with metalcore came up. For instance Machine Head on Davidian
#6
Well basically a song is core if the people do the invisible ninja dance in the mosh pit and if someone gets hurt
I have cancer, fight me.
YOU WON'T.
#7
Sticky's are you're friend:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=38098

Send the noodz if you're not a boy.
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