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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with Hardcore (electronic dance music) or electrogrind. Electronicore (also known as synthcore or trancecore) is a fusion genre of metalcore with elements of various electronic music genres, often including trance, electronica, and dubstep.

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  2. Electronicore - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with Hardcore (electronic dance music) or electrogrind. Electronicore (also known as synthcore or trancecore) is a fusion genre of metalcore with elements of various electronic music genres, often including trance, electronica, and dubstep.

    • 2000s (decade), North America, Europe, and East Asia
    • Metalcore, electronic
  3. List of electronicore bands - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a list of bands that play electronicore, a music genre that blends metalcore with styles of electronic music.

  4. Category:Electronicore musical groups - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This category includes bands who perform the fusion genre known as electronicore, incorporating significant electronic music influence into post-hardcore or metalcore music.

  5. Electronicore(also known as synthcoreor trancecore) is fusion genre of metalcorewith elements of various electronic musicgenres, often including trance, electronica, and dubstep. Notable artists of this genre have originated from the United Kingdom,the United States,Australia,Canada,France,Hong Kongand Japan.

  6. Electronic rock - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Electronic rock is a music genre that involves a combination of rock music and electronic music, featuring instruments typically found within both genres. It originates from the late 1960s, when rock bands began incorporating electronic instrumentation into their music.

  7. Electronicore - Wikipedia, a enciclopedia libre

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    Electronicore Na Galipedia, a Wikipedia en galego. O Electronicore, tamén coñecido coma synthcore ou trancecore, é un xénero musical que fusiona elementos do post-hardcore e metalcore coa música electrónica.

  8. List of electronic music genres - Wikipedia

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    e This is a list of electronic music genres, consisting of genres of electronic music, primarily created with electronic musical instruments or electronic music technology. A distinction has been made between sound produced using electromechanical means and that produced using electronic technology.

  9. Electronicore – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Electronicore (também conhecido como synthcore ou trancecore) [1] [2] é um gênero musical que descreve uma fusão estilística de metalcore ou post-hardcore (ou ambos) com a música eletrônica, [1] [2] [3] mais especificamente electronica e trance, [4] [5] [6] podendo ainda incorporar vários outros estilos de música eletrônica, como dubstep e EDM.

  10. Electronicore – Wikipédia

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    Electronicore (iné názvy: synthcore alebo electronic hardcore) označuje fúziu žánrov post-hardcore a metalcore s elektronickou hudbou, a to predovšetkým electronicou. Významní interpreti tohto žánru pochádzajú predovšetkým z Anglicka, USA, Kanady, Francúzska a Hong Kongu.

  11. Electronica - Wikipedia

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    In North America, in the late 1990s, the mainstream music industry adopted and to some extent manufactured electronica as an umbrella term encompassing styles such as techno, big beat, drum and bass, trip hop, downtempo, and ambient, regardless of whether it was curated by indie labels catering to the "underground" nightclub and rave scenes, or licensed by major labels and marketed to mainstream audiences as a commercially viable alternative to alternative rock music.