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Say Hello to Tragedy of metalcore bandsSay Hello to Tragedy is the seventh full-length album by Caliban. The album was released on August 24, 2009 (Europe), with Century Media Records, instead of the usual, Roadrunner Records."24 Years", the lead single from Say Hello to Tragedy was released on July 17 on the band's Myspace. A second song, "Caliban's Revenge" was released on their Myspace page on July 24. A full album stream was put up on August 13. A video was also made for "24 Years" and "Caliban's Revenge".The album entered the German Media Control chart at No. 36.The concept of Say Hello to Tragedy comes from questioning why tragedies happen nowadays that could have been prevented.Guitarist Marc Goertz commented, If people would just open their eyes and at least care a bit about their neighbours, relatives and the world in general, a lot of this adversity could be avoided. Some of our new songs are entirely fictional, whereas other ones refer to real life dramas like the Fritzl case.------Outtrigger (band) of metalcore bandsOuttrigger is a Swedish metal group from Helsingborg established by Timmy Andersson and Simon Peyron in 2009 when they were classmates. In 2010, three other members joined in, Joakim Agnemyr, Adam Axelsson and John Lofgren, making it a 5-piece band. Originally lead vocals was Oliver Buvac, until he left and lead vocals was taken over by co-founder Simon Peyron. The band played live concerts and in 2012 came second in the music competition Rockkarusellen and again second in 2013 in Popkorn, Skne's largest music competition.The band's breakthrough came with a metal cover of Robin Stjernberg's song "You" the day after the song won the Melodifestivalen 2013.In November 2013, it was announced that Outtriger was taking part in Melodifestivalen 2014 in a bid to represent Sweden in the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. Singing their song "Echo" on February 15 preliminary semi-finals, they were given a Second Chance, with a duel against Elena Paparizou with Paparizou qualifying and Outtrigger failing to reach the Melodifestivalen final.------Hewhocorrupts of metalcore bandsHewhocorrupts is a Chicago-based grindcore band most known for their songs mocking Metallica, making reference to the notorious allegations of the group having sold out by parodying the band's song titles with their own business-related counterparts: Ride the Lightning is retitled Ride the Limo and Master of Puppets becomes Master of Profits. This jab of satire is carried through the entire band's style. Their own site refers to them as "Hewhocorrupts Megacorp.", and they appear in a costume of business suits and aviator sunglasses informally known as "hardcorporate", in reference to other styles such as hardcore, grindcore, etc.Members of the band were in the power violence/grindcore band Kungfu Rick and in Authority Abuse. The band Hewhocorrupts operates a record label which has released albums by such artists as: 7000 Dying Rats, Authority Abuse, Don't Worry About It, Fordirelifesake, Fork Knife Spoon, Godstomper, Holy Roman Empire, Infestation of Ass, John Brown Battery, (Lone) Wolf & Cub, Mexican Cheerleader, Not Enough Gold, Plague Bringer, Russian Circles, Stillwell, Third Degree, Tower of Rome, Tusk, Wilbur Cobb.------Guillotine IV (The Final Chapter) of metalcore bands'Guillotine IV (The Final Chapter)' is the second single from Falling in Reverse's third album Just Like You. It is the fourth and final installment of the Guillotine series, which was started by Escape the Fate when former lead singer Ronnie Radke was in the band. The first song titled 'The Guillotine' was in Escape the Fate's debut album Dying Is Your Latest Fashion in 2006 with Ronnie Radke on vocals. The second song which was titled 'This War Is Ours (The Guillotine II)' was on Escape the Fate's second studio album This War Is Ours in 2008 with Craig Mabbit on vocals. The third song which was titled 'The Aftermath (The Guillotine III)' was on Escape the Fate's third self-titled album in 2010 with Mabbit on vocals. Then finally in 2015 Falling in Reverse finished the series with 'Guillotine IV (The Final Chapter) with Radke on vocals once again.------Fateless of metalcore bandsFateless (stylised as FATELESS) is the fifth studio album by Japanese rock band Coldrain. Recorded at Studio Barbarosa in Orlando, Florida with producer Michael 'Elvis' Baskette, it was released on October 11, 2017 by Warner Music.Fateless is the first Coldrain album to be released under the label of Warner Music Japan, following leaving Hopeless Records towards the backend of 2016, and also the first to not be released under the Japanese label VAP. This would be the follow-up since 2015's Vena, and be their second highest charting album on the Oricon Albums Chart, debuting and peaking at number 8, only behind The Revelation which peaked at number 7.The album was home to three singles, "Envy", the lead single, which was released in late August, "Feed The Fire", on the 21st of the following month, as well as being the opening theme of the anime King's Game, and "R.I.P." in October, just three days after the release of Fateless. Coldrain would also ambitiously cover "Uninvited" by Alanis Morissette on this 12 track record that runs a little over 46 minutes.------Composition and lyrics of metalcore bandsThe writing and recording process for "Go to Hell, for Heaven's Sake" was slightly different to the normal approach adopted by Bring Me the Horizon speaking to Sugarscape.com, bassist Matt Kean recalled that "for this one, instead of going into a room to jam and play the songs we would pre-record riffs or keyboard parts ... then if there was a good part we'd record it on the computer directly". Speaking about the song to Metal Hammer in a track-by-track commentary of Sempiternal, vocalist Oliver Sykes proclaimed that the band "were after a faster, more fun song to pick up the pace", calling it "probably the funnest track on the CD".Noisecreep's Greg Srisavasdi claimed that "Go to Hell, for Heaven's Sake" is "an aggressive verbal attack on an unnamed recipient". Describing the style of the track, Loudwire's Joe DiVita outlined that "The song ... is a balance of softer moments and higher energy moments like the hook-laden chorus. Atmospheric synthesizers provide a somber atmosphere to the edgier lyrics that deal with loss and angst".------A Vacant Affair of metalcore bandsA Vacant Affair (Also known as AVA) is a 5-piece Singaporean post-hardcore band that was formed in 2004. The band is one of the first few groups to bring heavier music to the mainstream audience and reach the local charts in Singapore.The band consists of Matthew Lim (vocals), Joshua Tan (vocals, guitar), Rudi Osman (guitar), Tan Wei Shen (bass), Hafyz Tajuddin (drums). They have so far released an EP and one full-length album. In December 2008 and February 2009 respectively, it was announced that Shen and Rudi were to pursue their studies overseas. Later at their shows it was announced that they would be replaced temporarily by Joseph Cinco of Marchtwelve and Cedric Chew of death metal band, Meza Virs, with Joseph on bass and Cedric on guitars respectively. Cedric produced their album and both are good friends of the band. Shen has since returned to Singapore.------Left to Vanish of metalcore bandsLeft to Vanish is an American metalcore band formed in 2002 from Philadelphia, PA. With a number of member changes at their initial start, Sean Salm (age 15 in 2001) is considered to be the main contributor behind LTV's work. They released two albums in a 7-year span. Buried Alive in A Grave of Your Own Mistakes in 2005 on End All Music and Versus the Throne in July 2008 on Lifeforce Records. The band disbursed in 2009 right after setting plans to enter the studio to record their 3rd full length album, due to conflicts between members.LTV remained inactive until December 2016, where they made an appearance on a bill at the Theatre of the Living Arts with The Acacia Strain in Philadelphia. Quickly after reuniting, LTV produced a single "The Recurrence Pattern". Their third album Dethroned with new frontman Bob Meadows (former member of A Life Once Lost) is set to release in December 2017.------Reign of Terror of metalcore bandsReign of Terror is the second by Australian metalcore band Capture The Crown. This is the final album with the name Capture the Crown before the name change to just Capture. The album was produced by both Matt Good and Taylor Larson from the band From First to Last, and was released through the record label Artery Recordings. The first single off the album, "To Whom It May Concern", was released on 9 June 2014. It is the last album to feature guitarists Kris Sheehan, Jye Menzies, and drummer, Tyler March, after their departures on 4 October 2014, as well as the first album to feature bassist Maurice Morfaw. Reign of Terror was re-released as a deluxe edition with the five tracks from the "Live Life" EP on 24 November. Reign of Terror charted at No. 86 on the U.S. Billboard 200, the band's first album to chart in the U.S., as well as the third Australian metal band to chart------Musical style of metalcore bandsThe album merges the styles of hardcore punk and heavy metal. It been categorised as genres such as metalcore, heavy hardcore and sludgecore. It often borders the sounds of Swedish death metal and groove metal. The album incorporates elements of melodic death metal, slam death metal, thrash metal and black metal.Kris Pugh of Distorted Sound magazine described it as putting the band "at the apex of modern hardcore". In an article for Kerrang!, Dan Slessor says that in comparison to the band's previous album: "Its more hardcore, more metal, there are more fast parts, more breakdowns, more malice, more unease and, perhaps most importantly, more energy". In an article for New Noise magazine, Caleb R Newton said that "There is not a single moment on A Different Shade of Blue thats not packed to the brim with musical (and thematic!) brutality". However, Connor Atkinson for Exclaim! described "Mistakes Like Fractures" as "overtly catchy".------Omen of metalcore bandsOmen is an EP by American metalcore band Within the Ruins. It was released via Victory Records on May 24, 2011. It features two new songs and two covers. Omen would be the band's last release featuring Mike Beaujean on bass and Mike Van Schelt on guitar. Additionally, it would be the last release to feature two guitarists, with Cocchi taking over sole guitar duties in 2013's full length Elite. It would also be the band's last release for Victory Records, as they would go on to sign with eOne Music in November 2012.Following Omen's initial release, Victory Records released limited edition vinyl pressings in three colors, all of which included an MP3 download card. Of the three colors offered, only 600 red, 300 green, and 100 "clear with black smoke" were pressed.On October 11, 2011, the band released a music video for the song "Controller". The video featured scenes of the band performing the song and performing a Reservoir Dogs-inspired getaway scene------Anterrabae of metalcore bandsAnterrabae was an American metalcore/hardcore punk band from Long Island, New York, United States. Their first album, Shakedown Tonight, was released in March 2004. Their second studio album, And Our Heart Beat in Our Fingertips, Without Reason came out in June 2006. In the beginning of 2008, they announced two shows with former singer Neal Carter on April 11, 2008, in Connecticut, and 13, in New Jersey. Anterrabae played their final show at Traxx in Long Island, New York on December 22, 2008, with original vocalist Neal Carter; until two reunion shows at the Amityville Music Hall on May 24 and 25, 2014.Guitarist Joey Spagna has gone on to play with 2 Long Island bands, Shepherds and Heart of a Lion. Bassist Anthony Dimaggio has gone on to play with Long Island band Mt. Mourning. Chris Gleason is currently playing drums in Ice Age. Erik Boccio is currently playing alongside former members of bands Every Time I Die and Buried Alive in the band Kid Gorgeous.