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Punkrock with "Particles" Eventi a Modena

Alternative Rockband from Modena consisting of Silvia on vocals, Riccardo on drums, Lorenzo on rhythm guitar, Riccardo on solo guitar and Marco on bass. They were born in 2013 as Tribute to Paramore and decide after a few years to write their songs always in line with the alternative/punk rock genre.

After that they join forces in the recording studios to write and record their debut album " Heyes on me ", which was released a few days ago, on all digital platforms.

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After two demos recorded in the second half of 2012, between the end of 2013 and the beginning of 2014, they will record their first full-length recording with the title "My Futures Will Be Bad" by Raffaele Tronci and Giacomo Cossu and mix and master at the Incognito Studio in Selegas (CA) by Stefano Casti and Andrea Pilloni, released on the Marche label Rebel Waltz Records.

They have several dates throughout Sardinia between North and South, and with the entry in Rebel Sound Booking a small trip between Tuscany and Tuscany, a promotional CD between Sardinia and Northern Italy. On October 9, 2015 the single "Here Without You" was released with an official video clip of Eye Me and Rebel Sound Booking.

Also in October Andrea leaves the group and is replaced by Seve, singer and guitarist of the punk band Inarrestabili. Immediately after the entrance of Seve there is an Italy and Spain tours and several appointments throughout Sardinia.

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"Punkrock is the name of a style of music that culminated in 1976-1979, and is the main genre supported by punks and encompassing many subgenres. The origins of this musical genre lie in Detroit skirt in the late sixties, when groups like Mac5 and above all Stooges developed musical forms that abandoned the technical conventions of "classical" skirt for expressive forms based mainly on sound influence,

but also in current musical proto-punk, which was recognized as such only after the punk period, when groups such as New York Dolls, The Stooges, Television, Patti Smith, who had found the punk sounds or the like, belonged to it, even before the first wave of punk or punk 77. Another pioneering group for the 77 punk movement are the Ramones, leading representatives of New York garages rocking, who since 1974 developed the sounds of the aforementioned groups and also similar to surfing to simpler and more catchy forms.

Punk in the eighties had many diversifications, which took the name Hardcore-Punk, anarchistic Punk or Oi! /street punk, which are aimed primarily at the Skinhead movement. Currently the term punkrock tends to be commonly used to define any group that has rough sounds and effects, the simple term punk is intended to define the groups that were part of the movement of 77 and later.

Best known groups: I hadn't even hoped that there would be more..... Favorite group? Favourite groups? actually the nickname doesn't meet anyone... but to hear everything depends on the song and not on the genre. But as listening groups: Do you know one of them? I wanted to take it too... yes, I actually heard it face down! Actually, the nod doesn't hit one... but hearing everything depends on the song, not on the genre. But as hearing groups: Do you know one of them?

I hear everything, but especially indies, horror-punk, horror-rock, gratcore, hard-core, melodic hard-core, emotion, emocore, screensamo, metalcore, melodic metalcore, mushcore, deathcore und noise: oink: What do you say we make it some kind of official genre theme? With playlists, tips, information about large groups? I am pleased to be able to say that there are groups in this board that I like very much.

I am happy to have several groups of this kind in my collection... and to do you a favor and introduce you to groups you may not know... I will mention them all... but first highlight my favorites. These are the three groups I hear and love most..... Then, in alphabetical order, there are: ..... then there are those who listen a little less, but are still really good.

lndicandovi perà prima im meiei preferiti. </ i>. then there are those I listen to a little less, but who are still really good. I can tell you that Mest and goldfinger.... are two of the first punk groups... but more towards punk... with fast drums and clear voice. The Sugarcult are one of the most famous groups in the genre because of their record label...on the levels of simplicity and newly found fame...from them you can take what you want without being disappointed, because every song has its beauty.

Personally Three Day Mercy is one of my favorite groups because of the wonderful voice of the singer... almost groan... but very sure... and then there is everything about you that is wonderful.... I can tell you that Mest and goldfinger.... are two of the first punk groups... but more towards punk... with fast drums and clear voice.

The Sugarcult are one of the most famous groups in the genre because of their record label...on the levels of simplicity and newly found fame...from them you can take what you want without being disappointed, because every song has its beauty. Personally Three day mercy is one of my favorite groups because of the wonderful voice of the singer... almost groan... but very sure... and then there is everything in you that is wonderful... now I take some songs and see if I like them....

I listened to the genre, but not the groups you listed: I tend more towards HC and OI!... but in the wake of the bands mentioned I would use Stroke Anywhere: fast and pretty melodic! very nice!

I am pleased to say that the genre as a whole has grown considerably over the last two years. P.S = because I still reach O.o. with 0 mes, what I didn't know is confused: I would say it's time to make [Official Thread] Punk etc etc. : D no? I am pleased to say that the genre as a whole has grown considerably over the last two years.

I have finally discovered some new groups! As mentioned before, I listen to everything because I like to vary and because I have learned to appreciate even genres that may not please at first glance. For the official threads, just change the title of a modification and maybe in the first article you list the different groups and maybe some videos of the best songs...... that we could choose for the vote..... remember, when creating the first page, that there are many "sub-genres" that should be mentioned and each of them had its meaning! Restricting this genre to groups that go to AVT is very reductive.

Note when creating the first page that there are many "sub-genres" that should be mentioned and each of them had its meaning! limiting this genre only to groups that are handed over to us is very reductive. listen to the genre, but not really the groups you have listed: I tend more towards HC and OI!... but in the wake of those groups I would use Strike Anywhere: fast and melodic enough! SA would be punk rock commercials....

But nobody mentioned to me Millencolin: nonsifa: let's be clear: I didn't want to argue! I just wanted to point out that the subject is huge, because in thirty years we have seen many developments (in some cases even of the developments) that have brought many genres to light, even very different from each other, completely different from the works in 77 (actually 76): Ramones' first record is comparable to the last effort of the front angnostic!

I don't know much about the genre, I just find it hard to see them side by side with add41 and other similar groups (these are commercial), you mentioned Strike Anywhere in a theme where we talk about add 41 and commercial punkrock. I don't know much about the genre, I just find it hard to see them side by side with add41 and other similar groups (these are commercial), you mentioned Strike Anywhere in a theme where we talk about add 41 and commercial punk rock.

I don't know so much about the genre, only I find it difficult to see them side by side with sums41 and other similar groups (these are commercial), because I mentioned them because I remembered the fast pace of blinking and thought that maybe someone might be interested! I'm not a big connoisseur of the genre, or rather, I happened to hear different groups, but the percentage of people I liked is pretty low (say 2 or 3 out of 10).... all ne ne......

are from the 80s, in fact, in 1980 is their first record "Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables" and for lovers of the genre is a record of fundamental historical importance as well as their masterpiece! the introduction of Holiday in Cambodia I still think the best I have ever heard! also technically they are very good: a friend of mine guitarist even made a relaunch and said that they are monsters: eek:

of course the adjective should be slightly reduced to take into account the genre they play, although we shouldn't forget that punk back then (and unfortunately still today) was still considered a genre where technique wasn't important, yes, it was assumed that there was less better! simply mythical!

I just wanted to point out that the subject is huge, because in thirty years we have seen many developments (in some cases even changes) that have brought many genres to light, even very different from each other, completely different from the work in 77 (actually 76): the first record of the ramones is certainly not comparable to the last effort of the front Agnostics!

The main problem with the classification of groups is that each of them is contained in more than one genre. To give you an example of a group that everyone knows; Blink 182 make each Pop Punk, Melodic Hardcore Punk, Skate Punk and Punk Revision... four different genres. How can you classify groups when they themselves are part of a large number of genres?

It would be an idea to.... (but I don't know how to do it) create a kind of table....where each genre should be inserted...and in each of them quote the group that identifies itself...when a group, as is often the case, occupies more genres...it will be inserted into several tables. It would be much better if each genre were accompanied by a slight mention of its characteristics.....

The main problem with the classification of groups is that each of them is contained in more than one genre. To give you an example of a group that everyone knows; Blink 182 make each Pop Punk, Melodic Hardcore Punk, Skate Punk and Punk Revision... four different genres. How can you classify groups when they themselves are part of a large number of genres?

It would be an idea to.... (but I don't know how to do it) create a kind of table....where each genre should be inserted...and in each of them quote the group that identifies itself...when a group, as is often the case, occupies more genres...it will be inserted into several tables. It would be much better if each genre were accompanied by a slight mention of its characteristics.....

Here you will find everything that can be traced back to any expansion of Punk. The main problem with the classification of groups is that each of them is contained in more than one genre. To give you an example of a group that everyone knows; Blink 182 make each Pop Punk, Melodic Hardcore Punk, Skate Punk and Punk Revision... four different genres.

How can you classify groups when they themselves are part of a large number of genres? It would be an idea to.... (but I don't know how to do it) create a kind of table....where each genre should be inserted...and in each of them quote the group that identifies itself...when a group, as is often the case, occupies more genres...it will be inserted into several tables.

It would be much better if each genre were accompanied by a slight mention of its characteristics..... Today there are too many genres and it is virtually impossible to form a group within one or more of them without taking the risk of being wrong. I would prefer a threads where I could discuss the whole genre, from history to messages to clothing.

Impho would be enough to quote a group and put some of the most beautiful songs next to each other... listing a number of groups and specifying the genre, as you said, is impossible, because you should write "punkrocking melody inspired by... with nuances that often remember the... I would write a little history about the genre and follow in chronological order the various developments related to this group that dared to go a new way: saying, for example, that the Kennedy death had a strong influence on Californian punk is true!

then we can say later (during the 3d) that we've developed many other genres here like pop-punk, hard-core melody, etc. regarding different groups, I'd prefer them to be listed separately, with possibly some links to watch videos on the tube, and it wouldn't even hurt a little review written by the author of the article!

Then follow other albums and various collections, but the Melgium has already given..... at least until the next release. as a sound nothing to say: powerful and square, the only thing that doesn't really excite me is the voice: boh: punk, hardcore and alternative are subsurface genres, not from the play list mtv:cry: punk, hardcore and alternative are subsurface genres, not from the play list mtv:cry: not everyone.

Wait a minute, I didn't understand if you were talking about the whole subject or a single contribution, wait a minute, I didn't understand if you were talking about the whole subject or a single contribution.

You forgot to mention the old Black Flags, the powerful suicidal tendencies and the melodic Bad Religion...maybe one of the few groups that could arouse the interest of new pop-punk, mo and alternative listeners. Punk, hardcore and alternative are underlying genres, not from mtv:cry playlists: I can' t post much: stunned: ...let me recommend this: ...I listen to it since a few days in the car, really great! Punk, Hardcore and Alternative are background genres, not from mtv:cry Playlists:

If you want to create a list of punk groups, you have to write.... instead of creating trivial lists to list all the groups we know of or have heard of, because you don't propose a group at once, by writing a little what they do and what they don't do, maybe by putting two or three links on the tube! This way the effect of 3-D is more constructive, maybe because you can crush it sharply in addition to the different suggestions.... so you have even more fun!

Bad: Lately I've been looking for new groups... you know that? I got a rancid from the ' 90s, dude. We're talking punk in general here. Some punks probably have little, but in the 90s they also did something good: I watched live descendants and bad religion.

Some punks probably have little, but in the 90s they also did something good: I watched live descendants and bad religion. I can post you the list of the good things I hear and like... I also include the extremes of niche skirt and a little bit of darks and folks... I hope it's not a problem....

  • I wasn't very fond of this music genre. from piano I only liked some singles like some of the descendants and total 41, then nothing. lately I've also discovered the group of daddy roaches (album from 2002 on). Maybe they're a bit too heavy, but I like them very much. finally I can post you the list of the nice things I hear and like... I also include the extremes of niche skirt and a little bit of darks and folks... I hope that I also include the extremes of niche skirt and a little bit of darks and folks... I hope that I can also include some of the more...
  • Kill jokes, almost all hear, we have more or less the same taste. Hear almost all, we have more or less the same groups. c.... those who end up screaming all the loops or sounds fans..... those who end up screaming all the loops or sounds fans. beyond line 77, werdena, who else are there famous Italians?

try to listen to these... i'm not your own punk, but you might like them... with the auctist i like my favourites... even if i don't like italian very much... pers. if you want i copy the list of bands i like so that you put your hands a little bit in your hair... asd: since i have to run away... and i certainly forgot some, i can give you a links.

I shudder when I read certain groups next to the word "commercial". Beyond line 77, Védena, who else are the famous Italians? Afterhours, Marlene Kuntz, Punkreas..... Minchia... beautiful... they stick... but they're too extreme... that's Grind/Grindcore.... Advice: ... officially they are posting Hardcore-Punk.... but the influences of Screenamo are there......... for me the difference is very small.... but in the end I'm not really interested in the genre.... on the contrary.....

I shudder to read certain groups approaching the word "commercial." Actually, you don't have all the mistakes..... officially they do post-hardcore punk... but the influences we have with the skull are there......... the difference is very small... but in the end it's not that I'm very interested in the genre.... on the contrary... I say... in the end it's just fucking when they're grindcore... Deathscore.. Jazzicore... they make music, beautiful or ugly as it may be... they make music...

People, that's not all the music I listen to, but the music that comes closest to punk rock or alternatives in general. I listen to other genres, including post-rock (which I love), a little bit of protometal, progressives and a lot of grogging. Since no one writes in this context, I recommend a group: Deathcore: Metalcore: Emocore: Screamo: Hardcore: Grindcore: in my opinion, groups like all will go down and the dark dahlias killing that you've removed a little bit from the genres of the thread...:sofico: right....

since I never write to anyone in this area, I recommend a group: Emocore: in my opinion, groups like all will die and the dark dahliad killing you moved a little away from the genres of the thread....:sofico: No, rabbit breeding is metal core.... and I don't know how to classify them, because they are not pure deathcore._.... I use this nice threads because I share most of the bands you mentioned.... in the meantime I suggest two more: creepy children scare children, they do post-hardcore screamo......listen to the album "the City sleep in Flames" is nice......

Aleksisonfire, for harcore, I recommend listening to "LITTLE GLIRLS POINTING AND LAUGHING" and "Shark and Dagger". This is that it is punk...mica the commercial...vBulletin® v3.6. 4, ©2000-2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

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