#1
http://www.myspace.com/trainwreck5

Found out about these guys from their split with Comadre, and they are slowly becoming one of my favorite bands. I also just found their S/T, which is really great.

What genre would you place them under? I've heard them described as Screamo, Metalcore, and Crust...
#2
Great group. Very solid. All i have is their Comadre split (personally i think Comadre is better, but that's just me )

And yeah i have NO CLUE what genre to put them in. They have like J. Bannon-ish Vox and they mix so many different elements in their music, they have the Screamo and the Metalcore and the Hardcore. I think they've made their own genre
Hartalcore-O. (Hardcore-Metalcore-Screamo)
#3
I saw Trainwreck with Ghostlimb a little while ago. Trainwreck was such a good live band, I wasn't into their recordings though..
#4
Trainwreck is His Hero Is Gone mixed with Euro Skramz. They slay!
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#5
Trainwreck, Comadre and Ghostlimb in a 20x20 room was easily my best show i've ever been to.
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#6
^Would you mind hooking me up with something by Ghostlimb?

That show would be nothing short of incredible, I wish i saw them when/if they came by.
#9
Quote by recklessnick
trainwreck? isnt that kyle gass' band??

Stop posting.
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#11
Yeah, but why in the hell would be talking about that band. It's called common sense.
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#14
I saw them a few months ago with Ghostlimb as well. I picked up one of their albums on vinyl, but I agree, they were much better live. The recorded vocals aren't near as good. A lot of fun though.
#18
Quote by SadistNation
I think they've made their own genre
Hartalcore-O. (Hardcore-Metalcore-Screamo)

#19
I saw this band play a basement show in allston with comadre and furnace. They were sooo good. Awesome gear too.
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First of all, I enjoy deathcore for it's complexity and it's the only genre heavy enough for me



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#23
they played an ampeg vt22 and some kind of top hat amp. might have been an ambassador.
Quote by shakin'cakes
First of all, I enjoy deathcore for it's complexity and it's the only genre heavy enough for me



Quote by Highway60Bob
I want an amp good for playing hippie tunes. I want it to be an actual amp, not a tube amp.
#24
The Top Hat belonged to the Comadre guitarists who was filling in. Their guitarist had a Marshall, it looked like a JCM. The bassist had an Ampeg. But the bass was so loud that they sounded a lot heavier, also the guitarist ran through two halves at one point making him huge.
#25
Quote by aggiefan33
please stop posting..


What a meanie.

But anyways, if KG is in this band, I'm checking it out for sure. Tenacious D is awesome.
#26
awesome neo-crust stuff
lot of this amazing stuff coming out of germany
people who like this should check out: Glasses, Alpinist (and Eaves / Engrave : both had Trainwreck members i think)
#27
Quote by SadistNation
The Top Hat belonged to the Comadre guitarists who was filling in. Their guitarist had a Marshall, it looked like a JCM. The bassist had an Ampeg. But the bass was so loud that they sounded a lot heavier, also the guitarist ran through two halves at one point making him huge.


yea they didn't play marshalls when i saw them. Just a bunch of Ampegs and a Top hat. And Furnace played a mig 100h

There were a few V4s lying around but i don't think trainwreck used them. regardless they sounded incredible.
Quote by shakin'cakes
First of all, I enjoy deathcore for it's complexity and it's the only genre heavy enough for me



Quote by Highway60Bob
I want an amp good for playing hippie tunes. I want it to be an actual amp, not a tube amp.