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10 Best Long Island heavy metal and hardcore bands of the past 20 years

Vision of Disorder live, circa 1996
Vision of Disorder live, circa 1996
Vision of Disorder

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  • KingAd 5 years ago

    Since when was Brooklyn part of Long Island? Where is Pro-Pain?

  • LIMusicExaminer 5 years ago

    KingAd: You are correct, in every respect except geographically (to some degree), Brooklyn is not part of Long Island, and neither is Queens. I added these areas because since they are so close, and the scenes sometimes run into each other. Also, I simply wanted to add a few really amazing bands. Without adding Queens and Brooklyn, my list would have been one-third of what it is, or I would have had to add bands I didn't think truly belonged there (like the ones on the honorable mention).

    As for Pro-Pain, I have never been much of a fan, but I respect them; they have been prolific for almost 20 years. I do consider them an NYC (Manhattan) band as well (rather than LI, BK, or Queens), which is another reason I didn't include them. If we are talking NYC, I would have added TONS of bands, especially in regard to hardcore.

    Thanks for reading!

  • Boris (LIRockExaminer) 5 years ago

    Adding Brooklyn allowed you to include Biohazard and Type O (though I wouldn't associate either with the LI scene), which is cool, but Dream Theater is definitely in the 10 best bands of any kind to come out of Long Island. Musically talented, inventive, and more commercially successful than half the bands on your list.

  • xRyanx 5 years ago

    From Autumn to Ashes broken up 2008

  • patmyballs 4 years ago

    wheres tension outrage or 52x

  • Anonymous 3 years ago

    the world we knew should not be on this list. they are terrible.

  • Joe 1 year ago

    No Twisted Sister?

  • Anonymous 1 year ago

    Horrible list!

    What about bands like Neglect, Silent Majority, Garden Variety, Kill Your Idols etc.

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