Assuming screamo is required, the following results were found.

  • PARKING LOT RECORDS - Adam Moscinski (Labels We Love)

    roster and how did you come up these bands? AM: As of now, I’m working with Thanks For Coming (lo-fi/bedroom pop), Absent (screamo/melodic hardcore), Rochester City Police Department (lo-fi/noise/screamo), and Magnolia (punk/emo). The first three there,...

    http://1340mag.com/features/263-parking-lot-records-adam-moscinski-labels-we-love
  • DANCE GAVIN DANCE - Mothership (Review)

    giants have outdone themselves this time, creating an album that nods as heavily towards eighties pop as it does it’s their screamo brethren. A truly unique experience. “Young Robot” is easily my personal favorite track here. It nods towards eighties...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/374-dance-gavin-dance-mothership-review
  • DANCE GAVIN DANCE - Tree City Sessions (Review)

    door of musicians but they never fail to deliver in-your-face, evocative Post-Hardcore. Incorporating elements of Funk, Screamo, and Hardcore with catchy melodies and aggressive guitars, the Sacramento band are one of the few bands of this era still...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/336-dance-gavin-dance-tree-city-sessions-review
  • MORE TO MONROE - Appalachia (Review)

    top notch tracks that remind me of the emo meets metalcore movement of a decade ago. “Jack” opens the album with a slight screamo flair that I wasn’t sure I was gonna enjoy until the chorus rolled around. It’s fast and brutal but when that chorus rolls...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/50-more-to-monroe-appalachia-review
  • OPT AUT SIC ECO - Opt Aut Sic Eco (Review)

    should consider this one for your next soundtrack? Reviewed by: Rob 1340 Opt Aut Sic Eco by Opt Aut Sic Eco #OptAutSicEco #Screamo #Synthcore #Rob1340

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/403-opt-aut-sic-eco-opt-aut-sic-eco-review
  • Rob1340's Album of the Year List

    of the recent grunge/shoegaze revival. 4. Gillian Carter - Dreams of Suffocation - Skeletal Lightning Angry/beatufiul screamo/post-hardcore with awesome frantic energy blended with delicate ambient segments. It's amazing two people can make something...

    http://1340mag.com/2-uncategorised/383-rob1340-album-of-the-year-list
  • SEPTEMBER MOURNING - Volume II (Review)

    aggressive guitars, soaring vocals, melodic choruses, and a smattering of electronics to round it all out. It even gets Screamo heavy for quick bits here and there. While, I wouldn’t call this sound unique at all, the subject matter gives it an edge for...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/361-september-mourning-volume-ii-review
  • HACKTIVIST - Outside the Box (Review)

    flows against the grain of modern society. Musically, this will certainly appeal to fans of Technical Metal and Metalcore/Screamo. The music is tightly timed and often relies on machine gun guitars with the rap vocals, clean singing, and screams weaving...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/274-hacktivist-outside-the-box-review

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