Genre: hardcore punkPlay genre
Hardcore punk is a subgenre of punk rock that emerged in the late 1970s. It is characterized by fast, aggressive, and often politically charged music, with lyrics that often address social and political issues. Hardcore punk bands typically feature shouted vocals, heavily distorted guitars, and fast, pounding drum beats. The genre has evolved over time, with some bands incorporating elements of metal, ska, and other genres. Rise Against, Turnstile, and Fugazi are all examples of bands that have been associated with the hardcore punk genre.