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A type of rock music derived from hardcore punk, characterized by the use of loud distorted guitar and feedback.‘a '90s noisecore quartet whose songs all kinda sounded alike’
- ‘Maybe the fact that I can listen to and enjoy such disconcerting, discordant, noisecore music means I'm not fit to walk the streets.’
- ‘This is an excellent release for those of you crazy kids who are into noisecore or just feeling adventurous in your musical selection.’
- ‘They'd have been a pretty good act and a creditable noisecore band, but they way they seamlessly mesh this into a truly cohesive whole is remarkable.’
- ‘On paper, it certainly appears to be a perfect pairing, as such microtonal experimentalism seems an ideal foil for her extreme noisecore.’
- ‘The lead vocalist destroys all preconceptions of noisecore with his guttural screams and his distinct projections.’
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