emo

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e·mo

 (ē′mō)
n.
Rock music characterized by confessional lyrics about emotional topics.

[Short for earlier emo-core : emo(tional) + (hard)core.]

emo

(ˈiːməʊ)
n
(Pop Music)
a. a type of music combining traditional hard rock with personal and emotional lyrics
b. (as modifier): emo bands.
[C20: short for emotional rock]

emo

A variant of punk music in which the lyrics are highly personal to the performer and address emotional issues.
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They are post-emo and a little hardcore, but with Paramore currently No.
THE Scots band complain about the spread of America while peddling the Americancreated post-emo, hardcore brand of loud/quiet music.
These Things Happen starts off with the voice and guitars of American post-emo.
It's post-emo, perhaps closer to Biffy Clyro, whose earlier works made you work hard to get through to the heart of what the song was about.