Stuff You Will Hate is a blog where we make fun of stuff we like. Sometime that makes people mad. We like hardcore, pop punk, rap and anything else that isn't metal. Read this if you want to 'know what this site is really about.'
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Category Archives: chainreactioncore
Lots of “news sources” out there are writing about the “sudden” revitalization of “emo,” therefore, creating a cottage industry for battered and cynical old writers like myself to have a field day with “air quotes.” To cut the bullshit, emo … Continue reading
Look here’s my thing…every now and then a band might throw a part into a song just to kind of “pay homage” to some one or some other band that came before them and that’s cool. I’m totally fine with … Continue reading
After 18 Visions broke up, Jame Shart start Burn Halo because he wanted to play mnstrm hard rock. Burn Halo is a great band, but the other members of 18V started an equally great band, the underrated Never Enough. Picking … Continue reading