dress: hXc ppl are stylish..lime emo kids! we may wear converse,macbeths,of some ol' skool vans! a hXc band tee, emo top,or just plain black! tee must not be mahusive and baggy,but just short enough to see studded belt with kool buckle, and not really baggy like grungey and metal lovers!
hXc bands may include avenged sevenfold (the daddies of harcdore)//the bled//bullet for my valentine//shape of my addiction//unearth//atreyu//johnny truant
gigs: hardcore gigs will be at small(ish) venues such as the mean fiddler, barfly, etc. will be very packed esp. at the front, and will have a pit behind the people at the front. the pit will be mostly beat down (a type of moshing if you like, where windmills and spin kicks are common..you must be good at beatdown to be in the pit, and be prepared to get the shit beaten out of you) (with beat down..the pit is quite big..with 3-5 people doing their thing at once!. mostly boys in the pit..due to severe violence..but girls are always welcome!
to all the chavs and ghetto kids that hate grungers...hardcore kids are not fucking grungers! grungers suck..they are gay..and they have no style what so ever! so fuck off!
man that's hardcore!
Hardcore kid at a hardcore show
this girlzz are too hardXcore !!111 XXX
Bands range from Minor Threat from the 80’s to One Fifth, or Unearth of today.
I think over the years we've all gotten spoiled to the point where we don't care about much more than what we have, how many "babes we can slay" (if you're a dude) and above all else, our social status. People get so caught up in that shit that they can't undertand the value of something that doesn't provide any material benefit or make them appear special in whatever way, yet it has the capacity to empower every kid to live life to the fullest, be his/herself and have a shit-ton of fun in the process.
I think it's unfortunate that people these days pick out all the trappings of hardcore, the fashion trends, the image (there are tons of images) and limit hardcore to just that, since it suits their superficial way that they approach the world. It makes about as much sense as taking the pickles off of a big mac and calling them hamburgers (i mean if you really like pickles.) I hope this definition helps people reexamine the way they think about hardcore, and spread the word to people who don't know any better.
FAKE hardcore: Depressing poetry + eyeliner + nail polish + girl's jeans + hair covering one eye + screaming
late '80s/'88 style: Youth of Today, Cro-Mags, Uniform Choice, Chain of Strength, Bold, Gorilla Biscuits, early Turning Point
emo-influenced hardcore: Lifetime, Falling Forward, later Turning Point
early metalcore: Earth Crisis, Strife
modern metalcore: Throwdown, Unearth, Adamantium, Converge
modern youth crew/old-school bands: Ten Yard Fight, In My Eyes, Champion, Give Up the Ghost (formerly called American Nightmare), Black Sheep Squadron, the Spark, Trial