This is a list of notable musical artists who have been referred to or have had their music described as post-hardcore.
Post-hardcore artists list, with photos, ranked best to worst by votes. List of good post-hardcore bands includes a filter so you can sort by the groups’s label and what albums they've put out.
This is an alternative version of At the Drive-In's video for "One Armed Scissor" from their 2000 album "Relationship of Command".
At the Drive-In's 2000 album, Relationship of Command, is regarded as one of the most influential post-hardcore albums of the decade.
Rock music, and which bands fit into which of its many sub-genres, has long been debated by music fans. Bands such as Hollywood Undead, I See Stars, Breathe Carolina, and Bring me the Horizon have often struggled to categorise themselves under one specific classification, and A Day to Remember for example, have distanced themselves from the post-hardcore genre despite numerous claims that their supposed mix of metalcore and pop punk produces a sound which is very much like post-hardcore.
"Song #1" by Fugazi (1990)
Fugazi was one of the first post-hardcore bands, and as such, helped pioneer the sound of the genre.
Vans Warped Tour, South by So What?!, Soundwave, Bamboozle and many more festivals have been increasingly characterized by the ever-growing post-hardcore genre, making it the hub of one of the biggest underground music subcultures of today. The use of break-downs, djent riffs, unclean vocals, and melodic choruses have sunk their sounds into a scene and influenced countless groups across the globe.
"Low" by Sleeping with Sirens (2013)
The band's 2013 album, Feel, debuted at #3 on the US Billboard 200 chart, making it the highest charting post-hardcore album of all time.
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The genre is having a glory moment, with the new Sleeping With Sirens album 'Madness' poised to make a splash on the charts. These are all the acts you need to know now.