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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My band ENPEDESTALMENT
Br00tal FRIENDZONE SLAM featuring guest appearances by BIG CHOCOLATE, 7 HORNS 7 EYES, GOLIATH and CITY LIGHTS. Debut EP "NOT ALL GUYS ARE JERKS" out now!
The SYWH Podcast
Listen to Sergeant D bullshit with people in your favorite bands, talk shit, and laugh at his ghey voice. New show every week or two, don't sleep on it!
Category Archives: deathcore
ALRIGHT SO I know over here at SYWH we’ve picked a few favorite mosh masters in 2012, and treated them like our babies. We have our Goliath, our Defiler, our Feign, but it’s high time we give credit to … Continue reading
2012 has been a HELL of a year for moshing and moshing enthusiasts. There’s been strong releases from Xibalba, Emmure, Acacia Strain, Whitechapel, Veil of Maya, Thick As Blood, the list goes on. Of course, nobody’s ever happy and I’ve … Continue reading
Bros only! Skanks need not apply. Now that the cold, rainy autumn season is settling in, let us reminisce over the past summer. Usain Bolt made history at the London Olympics, The Avengers gave tumblr fandoms something new to fap … Continue reading
So I’ve been proclaiming since YOLO became a thing that deathcore luminaries Suiside Silense were, in fact, the inventors of the YOLO lifestyle, though they may not have invented the phrase itself. It would seem I’m not the only one … Continue reading
And for every purchase that includes one or more orders of Dorito Tacos you can be entered to win a free JUMP THE FUCK UP t-shirt!
If you’re like me you love a good drama bomb, especially if it involves bands you listen to (or in this case, one band you’re a longtime fan of and one band you saw live once and don’t care about). … Continue reading
Many bands yearning to be taken seriously will try to wax poetic about love and life issues because it’s a safe subject matter with which everyone except sports commentator Joe Buck can relate. Some bands will take a gamble and … Continue reading