brocore STYLE:basketball shorts, hardcore and/ or metal shirts(stick to your guns, set your goals etc), oldskool vans, and baseball hats worn backwards and barely on the head.
-Yes they essentially have a uniform that consists of
Train driver caps/ball caps backwards
Brocore bands shirts, or other "hardcore" bands
mesh shorts , or baggy pants (preferably camo)
Wrist sweat bands(sometimes)
Gauged ears (as is keeping with trendy magazine ads)
vans(or other shoes they can pull out of context)
Brocore bands hoodies, (hood up of course)
-Highly repetitive guitar riffs in either drop-d or drop-c repeated over and over with 1 big meat finger across the fret board
-Break downs as much as possible(I.E. half time of the same repeated over and over again)
-a singer that attempts to sound as masculinely caveman as possible and just paces around the stage looking angry/constepated
-lyrics about how tough you are and how your bros are going to back you up (I.E. help you gang up on someone)
-imitate as closely as you can any other band of the brocore or detuned "hardcore" scene from the 90s and on
-a complete perversion of the origional hardcore punk that accidently birthed it
-said to have came from northern california but seeming...
The music is generally made up of 'beatdowns'.
It originated in Northern California, and is associated with hardcore. Also with dinocore.
The style of dressing is close to hardcore: camo shorts, basketball shorts, levis, band shirts, baller caps, vans.
Gauged ears generally go with the look.
Brocore in Southern California refers to something completely different in style, in that case it means like BMX/MX bros. With dickies and high socks. Thing metal melisha.
brokid#2-"hell yeah man parkway drive and breakdowns and 2 stepping weird woo"