collab came to be, Record Store Day’s Black Friday clearly saved the best releases for last, Here’s why Kat Cunning trusted PVRIS’ Lynn Gunn to remix “Supernova”, Former Secrets vocalist Aaron Melzer has passed away, Mikey Way honors MCR’s ‘Danger Days’ anniversary with this throwback, The real reason Miley Cyrus decided to get sober may surprise you. Throwing down with Southern-rock influences while pushing the boundaries of hardcore, New Junk Aesthetic raises havoc and keeps up with the band’s relentless momentum. Good luck surviving screaming along to the malice-laden “Medusa” with your vocal cords intact. "They wrote one of the most crushing songs of all time. Please refresh the page and try again. Heavy Breathing I discovered the band back in high school when I was around 13/14 just scrolling through bands I may like because I was heavily into Suicide Silence at the time. a career-defining record for the band. Let’s face it: There aren’t many bands who can pull off initiating a breakdown with a simple word—“Psych!”, BMTH taking deathcore to thrash-metal speeds? Throughout the band’s rich discography. I'm sure everyone has that one experience where they've had to tell someone who's not into heavy music that they're listening to a band called Dying Fetus and watched that person's face drop.". , “I Am Sammy Jankis” has tons of beatdown riffs and chaotic mathcore runs to keep any heavy-music fan engaged. In 2020, a ton of incredible albums are celebrating their 10-year anniversary, and with that said, we’re looking back on some of the best breakdowns from 2010. Periphery – “Icarus Lives” From tight groove riffs in the intro to thrash riffs mixed throughout, “Revive” stands out among a pack of perfect tracks, with a devastating breakdown kicking in a bit after a minute-and-a-half into the song. 1. Copyright © 2020 Metal Injection LLC. 7. A siren call to the pit, the moment those first distorted notes hit is when you know a BMTH show is about to get serious… We’re hoping we’ll feel its electric live energy again as soon as possible. Take a look below for 10 of the most brutal breakdowns turning 10 this year. 7. The next generation of metalheads will be alright, if there are more parents like this little kid has. The core breakdown with the highly technical riffing mixed alongside deep drop-tuned chugs is one of the greatest moments ever and still deserves recognition 10 years later. Produced by Periphery guitarist Misha Mansoor, Stray From The Path’s Make Your Own History bursts at the seams with belligerent bangers. The ending breakdown wraps up the song with sheer brutality. Josh (Vocals): "From start to finish this track just gets heavier and heavier! The core breakdown with the highly technical riffing mixed alongside deep drop-tuned chugs is one of the greatest moments ever and still deserves recognition 10 years later. Dan (Drums): "Reflections gave me the best early Christmas present last year by returning and writing one of the nastiest songs I’ve heard over the past decade. 9. In the wake of this unexpected turn, we’re throwing back to the heaviest moments of their early days to celebrate the vibes we may see returning for album No. will go down as one of the most chaotic bands in hardcore, and their eclectic sound shines through on. ", Sam (Bass): "I've been listening to Gojira since I was a kid in school and they were definitely one of the bands that pointed me towards heavier music. VERSUS ME, from Janesville, Wisconsin is a band for today’s subcultural and mainstream pop crowds alike. “Dark Horse” is enfolded in merciless brutality with rapid speed and precision, paying homage to their hardcore sensibilities. Sidestepping from their mathcore roots, Architects take advantage of Sam Carter’s clean vocals in Hollow Crown while still retaining the same chaotic energy with complex guitar work from the late Tom Searle. Dan (Drums): "We've had to actively avoid making the entire list Despised Icon songs, but we thought we could get away with two. top 10 most brutal dominican breakdowns. Among the many memorable releases, we’ve picked out the heaviest breakdowns turning 10 this year. really stepped up their game in terms of straight-up metal on their. “Continuous has been a long time in the making. embarked on their journey by creating hook-oriented metalcore epics with their 2009 debut EP, With each song named after biblical figures, Christian metalcore quintet. The Devil Wears Prada really stepped up their game in terms of straight-up metal on their Zombie EP. . The whole song is proper pigeon neck bait but then 2:20 drops and you're grooving regardless. are pioneers of the djent movement, and after five years of making music, the band dropped their debut album to an explosive reaction. 8. Packing an arsenal of melodies, hooks, breakdowns, electro fueled bounce and deep grooves, Versus Me’s message of uplifting goodwill is about to make itself heard loud and proud – from the stage, from cars, speakers, headphones and anywhere possible. could arguably be ranked for heaviest moments of 2010, but “Murder Sermon” does a particularly good job of offering up skull-smashing arrangements. Every song on Whitechapel’s A New Era Of Corruption could arguably be ranked for heaviest moments of 2010, but “Murder Sermon” does a particularly good job of offering up skull-smashing arrangements. Thank you to Alston Mikel Fishburne in the comments for pointing that out. While most people think of breakdowns as the domain of hardcore bands, the truth is that death metal has just as many breakdowns that go hard as fuck. As the song hits the 1:40 mark, they slap out a palm-muted chug with a screeching sound that cuts through to make one of the meanest-sounding moments you could imagine. “Middle fingers up if you don’t give a fuck”—, was BMTH’s prime era of spitting venom like their lives depended on it, and, -esque vocals against the visceral tones of. Parkway Drive (Boneyards specifically is my favorite breakdown it is heavy as fuck)Boneyards by Parkway Drive. Far Behind Norma Jean’s Meridional saw the band exploring more of their melodic side, and while there’s plenty of catchy, accessible-sounding tracks across the record, it wouldn’t be a Norma Jean album without a bit of chaos. Combined with the stereotypical tongue-in-cheek title that became synonymous with the deathcore scene in the early 2000s, “Braille” left no survivors. Despite the 12 formative years between this lung-busting track and the likes of “, , this show-stopper presents Sykes’ most guttural performance ever and a dirty great breakdown nothing could prepare you for. It sounds just as good now as it did years ago.". Fueled by raging riffs and intriguing drum chops coated with mixed time signatures, both the songwriting and the breakdowns make the song one of metalcore’s heaviest gems. could arguably be ranked for heaviest moments of 2010, but “Murder Sermon” does a particularly good job of offering up skull-smashing arrangements. The entire track is basically one massive beatdown chopped between speedy blast beats, but the final breakdown after the melodic guitar break hits like nothing else on the record. With a well-earned following in the UK underground scene, the quintet are no stranger to a brutal breakdown, so we caught up with the guys to hear their top metal breakdowns ever. As the song hits the 1:40 mark, they slap out a palm-muted chug with a screeching sound that cuts through to make one of the meanest-sounding moments you could imagine. You will receive a verification email shortly. Josh (Vocals): "The breakdown at 3:00 just fits the whole track perfectly and it stands out just being the heaviest song off that record. Talk Too Much It drives the song full throttle while incorporating atmospheric and electronic elements that give the band their signature sound. Let’s not forget its throwback video showcasing old-school Sykes’. refined their sound in their sophomore release. adding wider choruses and harmonious riffs that would complete their biblical narrative of the battle between God and Satan. “Arsenal” introduces a new breed of heavy with its flawless coordination of intricate rhythms and pulsating guitars, seamlessly proving that the band’s experimental vision is symbiotic to their individual talents. Up At Night All rights reserved. As the song hits the 1:40 mark, they slap out a palm-muted chug with a screeching sound that cuts through to make one of the meanest-sounding moments you could imagine. Phinehas – “I Am The Lion” Taken from their debut EP, Phinehas’ “I Am The Lion” put the band in the … Versus Me yearn to connect with every person they can, whether to talk about music, or to learn about where people are coming from and who they are. Not Going Back Aaron (Guitar): "There's just no need for this breakdown to be as hard as it is. “Icarus Lives” stands out as one of the top tracks on the album (and in their entire discography, for that matter), with the groove that comes in prior to the solos around the two-minute mark taking the song from good to great. 7. Heavy Breathing THY ART IS MURDER. haven’t sounded anywhere near as heavy as their first three albums. Discussion I know this question is common, but I want some beyond brutal shit.