Monday, June 1, 2009


(pronounced Silver-steen) is a five-piece post-hardcore band from Burlington, Ontario, whose music is sometimes labeled as screamo, though the band, particularly drummer Paul Koehler, rejects the screamo label. The band name was taken from the famous children's author Shel Silverstein.

Lagu band nie bukan aku nk kta lar...mmang bes giler.. Diorang nie scream x la byk sgt..Suara vokalis dia mmang lembut..mcm pompuan pon da...hehe. Tp klu dia scream...perggghhh..power giler.. So,download jgn x download...

Album-Discovering The Waterfront(2005-2006)
1.Your Sword Versus My Digger
2.Smile in Your Sleep
3.The Ides of March
4.Fist Wrapped in Blood
6.Discovering the Waterfront
7.Defend You
8.My Heroine
9.Hear Me Out
10.Always and Never
11.Already Dead
12.Three Hours Back
13.Call It Karma
14.When Broken Is Easily Fixed

Sunday, May 31, 2009


is an art form whose medium is sound organized in time. Common elements of music are pitch (which governs melody and harmony), rhythm (and its associated concepts tempo, meter, and articulation), dynamics, and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture. The word derives from Greek μουσική (mousike), "(art) of the Muses".

The creation, performence, significance, and even the definition of music vary according to culture and social context. Music ranges from strictly organized compositions (and their recreation in performance), through improvisational music to aleatoric forms. Music can be divided into genres and subgenres, although the dividing lines and relationships between music genres are often subtle, sometimes open to individual interpretation, and occasionally controversial. Within "the art", music may be classified as a performing art, a fine art, and auditory art.

To people in many cultures, music is inextricably intertwined into their way of life Greek philisopher and ancient Indians defined music as tones ordered horizontally as melodies and vertically as harmonies. Common sayings such as "the harmony of the spheres" and "it is music to my ears" point to the notion that music is often ordered and pleasant to listen to. However, 20th-century composer John Cage thought that any sound can be music, saying, for example, "There is no noise, only sound." According to musicologist Jean-Jacques Nattiez, "the border between music and noise is always culturally defined—which implies that, even within a single society, this border does not always pass through the same place; in short, there is rarely a consensus.... By all accounts there is no single and intercultural universal concept defining what music might be, except that it is 'sound through time'.


Hardcore punk is a subgenre of punk rock that originated in North America and the United Kingdom in the late 1970s. The new sound was generally thicker, heavier and faster than earlier punk rock. Early hardcore punk had a quick tempo though drums and vocals were in time with the tempo, where as modern hardcore punk had drums and vocals which are not equal with the tempo. The songs are usually short, fast, and loud, covering topics such as politics, personal freedom, fascism, authority, violence, social alienation, straight edge, veganism and vegetarianism, war, religion, drugs and the hardcore subculture itself.

Hardcore spawned several fusion genres and subgenres, some of which had mainstream success, such as melodic hardcore, metalcore, post-hardcore and thrash metal.

In the United States, the music genre that became known as hardcore punk originated in different areas in the early 1980s, with notable centers of activity in California, Washington, D.C., New York City, Michigan, and Boston.

The origin of the term hardcore punk is uncertain. The Vancouver-based band D.O.A. may have helped to popularize the term with the title of their 1981 album, Hardcore '81. Until about 1983, the term hardcore was used sparingly, and mainly as a descriptive term. (i.e., a band would be called a "hardcore band" and a concert would be a "hardcore show"). American teenagers who were fans of hardcore punk simply considered themselves fans of punk – although they were not necessarily interested in the original punk rock sound of late 1970s (e.g., Ramones, Sex Pistols, The Clash, or The Damned). In many circles, hardcore was an in-group term, meaning music by people like us. Since most bands had little access to any means of production, hardcore lauded a do-it-yourself (DIY) approach. In most cities the hardcore scene relied on inexpensively-made DIY recordings created on four-track recorders and sold at concerts or by mail. Concerts were promoted by photocopied zines, community radio shows, and affixing posters to walls and telephone poles. Hardcore punk fans adopted a dressed-down style of T-shirts, jeans, and crewcut-style haircuts. While 1977-era punk had used DIY clothing as well, such as torn pants held together with safety pins, the dressed-down style of the 1980s hardcore scene contrasted with the more elaborate and provocative fashion styles of late 1970s punk rockers, which included make-up, elaborate hairdos and avant-garde clothing experiments.

During the same period, there was a parallel development in the United Kingdom of a British form of hardcore punk or street punk. British hardcore bands such as Discharge and Chaos UK took the existing late 1970s punk sound and added the incessant, heavy drumbeats and distorted guitar sound of New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) bands such as Motörhead. This contributed to the development of the thrash metal sound of the 1980s.

Screamo History

is a genre of music which predominantly evolved from hardcore punk, among other genres, in the early 1990s. The term "screamo" was initially applied to a more aggressive offshoot of emo that developed in San Diego in 1991, which used short, chaotically executed songs which grafted "spastic intensity to willfully experimental dissonance and dynamics, often with a political message. In the early 2000s, the genre name began to describe a different, slower and less dissonant style that borrowed from alternative rock. The term's application to the "second wave" is controversial among fans and practitioners of the earlier style. One musician observed that the term "has been kind of tainted in a way, especially in the States".

The term "screamo" was initially applied to a music genre that began in 1991, in San Diego, at the Ché Café, with groups such as Heroin, Antioch Arrow, Angel Hair, Mohinder, Swing Kids, and Portraits of Past. These groups were influenced by Washington D.C. post-hardcore (particularly Fugazi and Nation of Ulysses), straight edge, the Chicago group Articles of Faith, and post-punk, such as Joy Division and Bauhaus. Gravity Records and Ebullition Records released this more chaotic and expressive style of hardcore. The scene was also notable for its distinctive fashion sense, inspired by mod culture. The Crimson Curse, The Locust, Some Girls, and The Rapture. The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower incorporated the style into punk jazz. Much as emo was, the term "screamo" was always controversial in the scene.

The innovations of the San Diego scene eventually spread elsewhere, such as to the Seattle group The Blood Brothers. East Coast groups, such as Orchid,Circle Takes the Square, pg. 99, Hot Cross, Saetia, and Ampere were influential in the continual development and reinvention of the style. These groups tended to be much closer to grindcore than their forebears. Powerviolence-inflected screamo is sometimes referred to as emo violence, a name half-jokingly proposed by In/Humanity.

The original screamo style is still practiced by a variety of groups, particularly in Europe. Amanda Woodward, Louise Cyphre, La Quiete and Raein are prime examples of the European scene. These bands often release their records themselves or through independent labels, often recording splits with other bands from the same scene.

Although the contemporary DIY screamo scene is more prevalent in Europe, there are still many active bands in America. Examples include Comadre from Redwood City, Off Minor (ex-Saetia) from New York, Spires from Oakland and ...Who Calls So Loud (ex-Funeral Diner) from San Francisco.

Thursday, May 28, 2009


Nie 1 lagi album a day to remember. Lgu2 album nie lagi karen. Mmang layan lar.. Tp lgu2 diorang utk album nie aku x da suma. Da beberapa lagu ja.. Aku just upload lgu2 yg bes n sdap didengar ja.. So,tggu lar skang..

Album-For Those Who Have Heart(2007)
1.Speak Of The Devil
2.The Danger In Starting A Fire
3.The Plot To Bomb The Panhandle
5.You Should Have Killed Me When
6.If Looks Could Kill


Nie band dari Raleigh,North Carolina. Aku pon x tahu kt na. X pnah dgar pon nma tempat nie..hee.. Alesana nie asainya dri perkataan Alice-Anna. Maybe pktaan nie dr nma aweks2 dpa la kot..ntah...(pandai2 jer..hehe) Tp lgu diorang memang layan gila lar.. mmang bes sgt2. Diorang nie bwa lgu genre PUNK SCREAMO n POST HARDCORE. Diorang nie 'tukang' scream ada 3 org..perggghhh.. mmang power.. Nie aku nk gtaw ckit nma2 dlm band nie:
*Dennis "Denny Diablo" Lee - Screaming vocals
*Shawn Milke - Clean vocals, Guitar, Piano,Screaming vocals
*Patrick "Peezee" Thompson - Lead guitar, Backing vocals
*Jeremy "Jables" Bryan - Drums
*Shane Crump - Bass guitar, Vocals
*Jake Campbell - Rhythm guitar

So,nie lgu2 diorang, silakan download:

Album-Where Myth Fade To Legend(2008)
01. This Is Usually The Part Where People Screaming
02. Goodbye, Goodnight, For Good
03. Seduction
04. A Most Profound Quiet
05. Red And Dying Evening
06. Better Luck Next Time, Prince Charming
07. The Univeted Thirteenth
08. Sweetheart, You Are Sadly Mistake
09. And They Call This Tragedy
10. All Night Dance Parties In The Underground Palece
11. Endings Without Stories
12. As You Wish
13. Obesesions Is Such An Ugly World

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

A Day To Remember

A Day to Remember
(commonly abbreviated to ADTR) is a five-piece post-hardcore band from Ocala, Florida, signed to Victory Records. They are often said to have influences in many other genres other than post-hardcore, including pop punk, metalcore, and even melodic death metal. The band's music has been described as "mixing death metal grunts with the brash melodies of pop-punk," and a cross between "bouncy pop punk and chugging metalcore.

Nie aku nk kongsi plak lgu a day to remember nie ngn korang. Diorang nie bwa lgu genre Post-hardcore. Lgu diorang perrggghhh.....mmang bes gla lar.. Spa x dgar mmang ugi.hehe
So mcm besa lar..nk download clik je kt title lgu..layan...


1.Downfall Of Us All
2.My Life For Hire
3.I'm Made Of Wax Larry What Are You Made Of
4.NJ Legion Ice Tea
5.Mr Highway's Thinking About The End
6.Have Faith In Me
7.Welcome To The Family