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Posted 2/24/14

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Wow Dude thats alota names.thank you very much
now Japanese punk must be very interesting !!

Bands I know and listned to from those are only Funeral Dress , The roosters and the Stalin.
for along time I thought punk was dead and there are no more nice bands out there,now I must go back and check.



Dude their are so many punk bands still around, especially in Japan they still have a huge scene. If you like any of those bands tell me which and I can probably give you a few more bands like that those are mainly just the ones I thought of off the top of my head.
Posted 2/24/14
Thanks man,yeah well the media make everything looks dead.and Punk wasn't that popular to begin with.so don't blame people if they think punk is dead.
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Posted 2/24/14
Not blaming anyone it's cool kids are still picking up instruments and playing it and people still like hearing it.
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Posted 2/25/14 , edited 2/25/14

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Madball and Agnostic Front are both great, i will check out Aggressive Response. i was actually there mainly because wisdom in chains were playing that night, but i was at a cro-mags show in December if you listen to them at all.


cro-mags are awesome man, I dunno why my crew didn't go to that show? what day was that? Another question do you know if the Cro-Magnons ( Hiroto Kōmoto, Masatoshi Mashima previously of The Blue Hearts and The High-Lows) got their name from them at all? I know it's also word for like early humans and stuff but I always thought that was an interesting coincidence even if the two bands aren't alike at all.


it was actually diablo fest. it was in NYC on december 21st i think. the energy when they were on stage was insane. the show was pretty good, although about half of the lineup was made up of hip hop groups that quite honestly weren't all that great. idk, hip hop really just isn't my thing. the hardcore bands were pretty awesome though.

as for the names, i'm not really sure. i'm guessing they got it from early humans, but idk i'm too lazy to actually look it up.
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Posted 2/25/14

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Madball and Agnostic Front are both great, i will check out Aggressive Response. i was actually there mainly because wisdom in chains were playing that night, but i was at a cro-mags show in December if you listen to them at all.


cro-mags are awesome man, I dunno why my crew didn't go to that show? what day was that? Another question do you know if the Cro-Magnons ( Hiroto Kōmoto, Masatoshi Mashima previously of The Blue Hearts and The High-Lows) got their name from them at all? I know it's also word for like early humans and stuff but I always thought that was an interesting coincidence even if the two bands aren't alike at all.


it was actually diablo fest. it was in NYC on december 21st i think. the energy when they were on stage was insane. the show was pretty good, although about half of the lineup was made up of hip hop groups that quite honestly weren't all that great. idk, hip hop really just isn't my thing. the hardcore bands were pretty awesome though.

as for the names, i'm not really sure. i'm guessing they got it from early humans, but idk i'm too lazy to actually look it up.

That sounds like a pretty good fest. I'm gonna have to check it out, something for everyone. were are you from in new york btw?
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Posted 2/28/14
*shrinks* um pop punk doesn't count I'm guessing
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Posted 2/28/14

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*shrinks* um pop punk doesn't count I'm guessing


Totally not what I'm into but their are some good pop-punk bands. Screeching weasel, dead milkman stuff like that. What are you into?
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I listen to very recent bands like Fall Out Boy and All Time Low. ehhh
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hahaha yeahhhhh not what I'm into at all. The whole emo-pop thing is lame.
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Posted 3/17/14
i'm from long island, i'm about an 40 minutes away from the city by train.
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Punk's not dead. It has definitely taken a different shape, though. You can still find it if you look hard enough. The bands slink about and appear in dive bars every now and then. As for pop-punk, I cannot personally regard it as punk rock. Use punk as a suffix as much as you like. It will not make your band seem any edgier. They do not adhere to the DIY ethic that was present in the '80s hardcore scene.
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i really like a lot of the stuff coming out of boston right now; bands like waste management, bloodkrow butcher, no tolerance, the rival mob, etc. i dig metallic stuff like power trip & ringworm. youth crew à la youth of today & straight ahead. japanese classics like G.I.S.M. & framtid. punk's great imho, and definitely alive and well!
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i'm from long island, i'm about an 40 minutes away from the city by train.
ah cool, I'm living in Syracuse right now. Actually just got back from the city last night after seeing System Fucker from Japan.

Punk's not dead. It has definitely taken a different shape, though. You can still find it if you look hard enough. The bands slink about and appear in dive bars every now and then. As for pop-punk, I cannot personally regard it as punk rock. Use punk as a suffix as much as you like. It will not make your band seem any edgier. They do not adhere to the DIY ethic that was present in the '80s hardcore scene.
Word dude I agree.

i really like a lot of the stuff coming out of boston right now; bands like waste management, bloodkrow butcher, no tolerance, the rival mob, etc. i dig metallic stuff like power trip & ringworm. youth crew à la youth of today & straight ahead. japanese classics like G.I.S.M. & framtid. punk's great imho, and definitely alive and well!
Boston has and has always had one of the best scenes imo.
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