Deathcore Bands

Can you guess the names of these prominent deathcore bands from the clues provided?
Bands are in alphabetical order.
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Last updated: April 14, 2024
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Song or Album
East Coast band led by vocalist Vincent Bennett and named after a tree disease spread by insects.
The Acacia Strain
The Price of Existence
California band formed by former members of Antagony, End of All & Boof, featuring vocalist Hernan "Eddie" Hermida.
All Shall Perish
See Through These Eyes
California band considered pioneers of the deathcore genre. Members went on to form All Shall Perish and Oblivion.
Tomorrow We Die Alive
Chicago band with a name inspired by Egyptian mythology who have moved away from deathcore to become a progressive metal outfit.
Born of Osiris
Slit Wrist Saviour
San Diego band whose name is Latin for "executioner". From 2011's "I Feel Nothing" onwards, they have mixed black metal into their sound.
Eternal Nightmare
Utah band fronted by former Lorna Shore vocalist Tom Barber. They take their name from a disfiguring wound also known as a "Glasgow smile".
Chelsea Grin
In the Arms of Perdition
Pioneering French Canadian band known for their dual vocalist attack and for the talents of drummer Alex Pelletier,
Despised Icon
Absolute Hope Aboslute Hell
New Jersey band featuring vocalist Joe Badolato. Other albums include "The Great Collapse".
Fit for an Autopsy
Death Will Reign
Californian Christian band who refer to their music as "gorship" and whose band logo is the "repentagram".
Impending Doom
The Palpable Leprosy of Pollution
English band with an over the top name, known for their satirical and graphic lyrical content and use of shock humor.
Infant Annihilator
Sun Eater
Arizona band who started the genre with their 2005 EP "Doom". They would move away from deathcore in subsequent releases.
Job for a Cowboy
Song or Album
Flesh Coffins
New Jersey band now fronted by Will Ramos after previous vocalist CJ McCreery was fired due to sexual abuse allegations.
Lorna Shore
How to Survive a Funeral
Australian band with dual female & male vocals. Former keyboardist/vocalist Booka Nile appeared on the Australian version of Married at First Sight.
Make Them Suffer
Illinois band, fronted by vocalist Adam Warren, with no original members left after the departure of guitarist Jeremy Carroll in 2009.
Lugal Ki En
California band whose lyrics revolve around outer space and alien life who humorously describe their music as "aliencore".
Rings of Saturn
Connecticut band named after a Covenant ship from the Halo videogame franchise who incorporate symphonic elements into their music.
Shadow of Intent
Misery Sermon
Russian band featuring vocalist Alex Terrible who relocated to Florida following their condemnation of the war in Ukraine.
Slaughter to Prevail
The Cleansing
California genre leaders whose original vocalist, Mitch Lucker, died in 2012 after a motorcycle accident.
Suicide Silence
Fed Through The Teeth Machine
Boston band whose 2005 concept album, "Clients", is based on the eccentric characters vocalist Guy Kozowyk encountered in his day job working at a pharmacy.
The Red Chord
Reign of Darkness
Australian band who in 2023 fired their longtime vocalist CJ McMahon following his comments on social media.
Thy Art Is Murder
Chicago band who pivoted away from their deathcore roots into metalcore and djent territory with 2015's "Matriarch".
Veil of Maya
The Saw is the Law
Knoxville band named after the district in London where serial killer Jack the Ripper committed his crimes.
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