Metalcore is a broad fusion genre of extreme metal and hardcore punk.[1] Its subgenres include mathcore and melodic metalcore.[2][3] This incomplete list includes bands described as performing any of these styles, including those who also perform other styles (with the exception of deathcore bands, which fuse metalcore with death metal and are listed separately).

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