This is a list of notable bands considered to be beatdown hardcore. Beatdown hardcore (also known as toughguy hardcore, heavy hardcore, moshcore, and brutal hardcore) is a subgenre of hardcore punk that incorporates more music elements of heavy metal than traditional hardcore punk.

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