Japanese hardcore

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Japanese hardcore is the hardcore punk scene in Japan, which originated to protest the social and economic changes sweeping the country in the 1980s. The band SS is regarded as the first, forming in 1977.[1] Bands such as The Stalin and GISM soon followed, forming in 1980 and 1981 respectively. Occasionally, Japanese hardcore musicians include elements of crossover thrash, thrash metal, anarcho-punk, horror punk, D-beat and grindcore in their songs.

List of notable bands

References

  1. ^ http://www.barks.jp/news/?id=1000042455

Sources

  • Hoare, James. "Japanese Grindcore". Terrorizer issue 180, February 2009, p. 52-53.

External links

  • MCR Co., a Japanese hardcore punk label


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