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Punk is the true source of extreme music

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  1. UberKneeOf209 Brown Belt

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    cept well grindcore which is punk/metal combined...noise......
     
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    Individual Though Patterns is the GOAT Death Metal album. That lineup is God tier.
     
  3. ThulsaDooom Brown Belt

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    Black Sabbath, Hellhammer, Celtic Frost, Venom and Bathory are more important and had a bigger impact. Punk had its part and influence but was in no way the "parent" of extreme metal.
     
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    The Exploited have influenced multiple bands such as Metallica, Slayer, Anthrax, Nirvana, Queens of the Stone Age, Discharge, Stormtroopers of Death, Agnostic Front, Exodus, the Virus, Napalm Death, Terrorizer, NOFX, Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, the Casualties, Pennywise, 7 Seconds, Anti-Flag, Blanks 77, Atari Teenage ...

     
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    That’s Metalcore really. If you like them you’d probably dig Bury your dead, 100 demons, remembering never
     
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    Yeah for sure, also Vader and Morbid Angel.

    Yeah I was confused on that one too.

    The biggest hardcore bands today are Code Orange, Hatebreed and Knocked Loose.

    Great band. I have the vinyl of that album.
     
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    Metallica, Slayer, etc. Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and lesser known NWOBHM bands, too. It's always funny when people say X is the father of Y genre. There is no one band...there's always been a ton of influences from different sources that helped forge a new style.

    The South American, Italian, and Greek scenes never get enough respect either when it comes talking about thrash/death/black metal.
     
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