American post-hardcore musical groups

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  1. A Day to Remember

    A Day to Remember

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  1. 100 Demons

    100 Demons


    100 Demons is a five-piece metal-influenced hardcore punk band from Waterbury, Connecticut. Being fans of tattoos, the band derived their name from a book of traditional Japanese tattoo artwork by Horiyoshi III. The band often incorporates their Agnostic beliefs into their lyrics.

  2. 36 Crazyfists

    36 Crazyfists


    36 Crazyfists is a four-piece Alaskan band originally based in Anchorage and later based in Portland, Oregon, in the United States. The band's name comes from a Jackie Chan movie, Jackie Chan And The 36 Crazy Fists. They have released six studio albums, In the Skin, Bitterness the Star, A Snow Capped Romance, Rest Inside the Flames, The Tide And Its Takers and Collisions and Castaways.

  3. '68 (band)

    '68 (band)


    '68 is an American rock band that formed in 2013. The two-piece band features guitarist and vocalist Josh Scogin, formerly of the metalcore band The Chariot, and drummer Michael McClellan.

  4. 90 Day Men

    90 Day Men


    90 Day Men is a progressive rock band formed in 1995 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, and later based in Chicago, Illinois. Their name is a slang term used by police officers to refer to prison inmates who are due to undergo psychiatric examination.

  5. A Change of Pace

    A Change of Pace


    A Change of Pace is a five piece pop punk band from Peoria, Arizona. The band was on both the 2005 and 2006 Warped Tours.

  6. A Day in Black and White

    A Day in Black and White


    A Day in Black and White are a band based in Washington, DC who formed in 2001. They have been described as post-punk, post-hardcore, experimental/indie rock and even post-emo. Their sound has been compared to bands such as City of Caterpillar, Sonic Youth and Fugazi. They are currently signed to Level Plane Records.

  7. A Day to Remember

    A Day to Remember


    A Day to Remember (sometimes shortened to ADTR) is an American rock band from Ocala, Florida, founded in 2003 by guitarist Tom Denney and drummer Bobby Scruggs. They are known for their unusual amalgamation of metalcore and pop punk as a musical style, sometimes resulting in a sound similar to post-hardcore, and for their energetic live performances. The band consists of vocalist Jeremy McKinnon, rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist Neil Westfall, bassist Joshua Woodard, percussion and drummer Alex Shelnutt and lead guitarist Kevin Skaff.

  8. A Loss for Words

    A Loss for Words


    A Loss for Words (formerly Last Ride) is an American pop punk band from Abington/Hanover, Massachusetts.

  9. A Lot Like Birds

    A Lot Like Birds

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    A Lot Like Birds is an American post-hardcore band formed in Sacramento, California. The band has released three albums and received considerable media attention from music sites. Since the release of 2011's Conversation Piece, A Lot Like Birds has signed to Equal Vision Records and released their third studio album on October 29, 2013.

  10. A Skylit Drive

    A Skylit Drive


    A Skylit Drive is an American Post-hardcore band from Lodi, California. The band has released one DVD, one EP and four studio albums: Wires...and the Concept of Breathing (2008), Adelphia (2009), Identity On Fire (2011) and recently Rise (2013). The band consists of Michael Jagmin (lead vocals), Brian White (bass guitar, screams), Nick Miller (lead guitar), Cory La Quay (drums, percussion), and Kyle Simmons (keyboards, rhythm guitar). Original member Joey Wilson left the band in 2012, reducing the band to a five-piece. The band has toured internationally both as headliner and support-act.

  11. A Smile from the Trenches

    A Smile from the Trenches


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  12. A Static Lullaby

    A Static Lullaby


    A Static Lullaby was a metalcore band formed in Chino Hills, California in 2001.

  13. A Thorn for Every Heart

    A Thorn for Every Heart


    A Thorn For Every Heart (often abbreviated to ATFEH) was an Alternative Rock quintet from Chino Hills, California.

  14. A Wilhelm Scream

    A Wilhelm Scream


    A Wilhelm Scream (abbreviated as AWS) is a melodic hardcore band from New Bedford, Massachusetts. Many people have referenced Strung Out, Hot Water Music, Propagandhi, and Strike Anywhere as the band's similar artists. Their name is a reference to the Wilhelm Scream, a famous stock sound effect which mainly is used in films. The band previously went by the names Smackin' Isaiah, Koen, and Adam's Crack, though the former was the only name to be used in any major release. The reason for the name changes "from Koen to Smackin' Isaiah to A Wilhelm Scream was really a matter of them adding new members, and progressing/maturing as a band". They have been called "the best hardcore band since Black Flag".

  15. Across Five Aprils

    Across Five Aprils


    Across Five Aprils (often shortened to A5A) was a post-hardcore band from Chattanooga, Tennessee. The band started in September 2001 and were signed to Victory Records. Their name was borrowed from the late Irene Hunt Novel based around the American Civil War. The band broke up in late 2008.

  16. Adair



    Adair was an American post-hardcore/screamo band from St. Louis, Missouri. The members of the band had performed together in St. Louis for eight years before formally founding Adair in 2001. The five-member band consisted of local St. Louisians; Rob Tweedie as frontman, both Josh Goldenhersh and Patrick Baum on guitar and vocals, Matt Tuttle on drums, and Jeff Meyer on bass guitar. After recording their premiere EP The Permanent Bruise, the band moved to California.

  17. AFI



    AFI (A Fire Inside) is an American rock band from Ukiah, California formed in 1991. They have had the same lineup since 1998: lead vocalist Davey Havok, drummer and backup vocalist Adam Carson, with bassist Hunter Burgan and guitarist Jade Puget, who both play keyboard and contribute backup vocals. Of the current lineup, Havok and Carson are the two remaining original members.

  18. Aiden



    Aiden is an American punk rock band from Seattle, Washington that formed in the spring of 2003. The current members are William Francis (vocals & guitar), Nick Wiggins (bass), Keef West (drums), and Ian MacWilliams (guitar).

  19. Alesana



    Alesana (ˈælɨs ˈænə A-lis A-na) is an American post-hardcore band from Raleigh, North Carolina. Formed in 2004, the group is currently signed to Revival Recordings and Artery Recordings and have released two EP's and four full-length studio albums. The band gained a wide audience after their debut, On Frail Wings of Vanity and Wax was released, featuring a musical style shifting between light and heavy sounds along with a wide influence ranging to even classic rock bands such as The Beatles. Their band name is derived from street named Aliceanna St., which is located in Baltimore where the group originated.

  20. American Tragedy

    American Tragedy


    American Tragedy was a post-hardcore/metalcore band from San Diego, California. In 2002, they released a split album with the metalcore band As I Lay Dying on Pluto Records. Their sound is post-hardcore with slight metal influences and usage of melodic riffs. The band went through many lineup changes which also changed their sound in the latter days of the band's existence. After the release of the split album they weren’t active anymore. Former members later went on to play in Gasoline Please, Lance's Hero, and The Prayers.

  21. ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead

    ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead


    …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (often abbreviated as Trail of Dead) are an American alternative rock band from Austin, Texas. The chief members of the band are Jason Reece and Conrad Keely (formerly Conrad Sobsamai). The two switch between drumming, guitar and lead vocals, both on recordings and live shows. The band is known for their wild, energetic concerts, which often end with the band destroying their equipment. Their eighth studio album, Lost Songs, was released in October 2012.

  22. Andrew Forsman

    Andrew Forsman


    Andrew Forsman is an American drummer and percussionist from Mukilteo, Washington, known as one of the founding members of the Seattle-based progressive rock band The Fall of Troy.

  23. Antioch Arrow

    Antioch Arrow


    Antioch Arrow was an American screamo band from San Diego, California. They were on the seminal post-hardcore label Gravity Records, responsible for putting San Diego on the map in the mid-90s as one of the centers of the movement.

  24. Aphasia



    Aphasia is a female heavy metal/hard rock band from Japan still active today. Their latest release is Sweet Illusion.

  25. Aphasia (band)

    Aphasia (band)


    Aphasia is a California based alternative rock band.

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