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#1 Old 11th Apr 2015 at 2:32 AM
Default The Web of Post-Hardcore, Pop-Punk, Punk, (or any combination/variation)

(sorry for the potato quality/scribbling)
Blue is stuff found last night, black is additional links found this morning.

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#2 Old 5th Sep 2015 at 4:16 AM
I know this is a four month old post, but Green Day is my favorite band, so I got info on Green Day. :D

Green Day formed in 1986 under the name of Sweet Children, but they changed their name to Green Day in 1989. The original drummer was John Kiffmeyer, but was replaced with Tré Cool in 1992 when John went to college. They became big in 1994 with Dookie's release. Billie Joe Armstrong had an on-stage meltdown at iHeart Radio 2012, which resulted in him going through rehab. A lot of their songs ware really dark, just give the Insomniac album a listen , but they also had their share of love songs, which made most of 39/Smooth. Right now they are working on their 13th album, but is not to be expected anytime soon.

A fun fact, the All American Rejects got their name from Green Day's song Reject (found on their 1997 album Nimrod).

Albums and E.P.s in order are 1,000 hours E.P. (1989), Slappy E.P. (1990) 39/Smooth (1990), Sweet Children E.P. (1990), 1039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours (1991), Kerplunk! (1992), Dookie (1994), Insomniac (1995), Nimrod (1997), Warning (2000), Shenanigans (2002), American Idiot (2004), 21st Century Breakdown (2009), ¡Uno! (2012), ¡Dos! (2012), and ¡Trè! (2012).
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#3 Old 5th Sep 2015 at 6:58 AM Last edited by HarVee : 5th Sep 2015 at 8:55 AM.
That's a lot of research you've done. You must really enjoy the genre.
A lot of their songs ware really dark, just give the Insomniac album a listen

That album isn't "dark" at all. Until you've listened to some of what Darkwave, Gothic Rock, Electro-Industrial and Aggrotech offer, you don't know what "dark" in terms of music means.

"The constellations in the sky look on us, the stars, the moon, the Nile
The Nile brings life, and life is the cycle
We shall grow and receive the Nile, again and again.
As life shall come, and be taken away." - The Crüxshadows. Jackal Head. 1995.
~The Forum Jackal-Head
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