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Emo Bands section introduces you to a list of popular bands that are considered as emo. Technically, some of these bands are not 100% emo bands but more of pop-punk or post-hardcore. However, they are slightly emo thus to the majority of audience, they ARE considered as emo bands.

Note: You can go to Emo Songs section to listen to their songs and Emo Videos to watch their music videos and live performances.

Biography Source: Sing365.com & Wikipedia.org

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¡@ 30 Seconds To Mars

30 Seconds To Mars started out as a small family project by Jared and Shannon Leto. Their music is filled with emotions and are very personal to them (their songs are based on real life experiences) This band is not about fame, money, and any of that stuff. They are all about the music and they sing from their hearts. Jared never used his title as an actor to promote his band and never will. Their unique style of music and heart moving lyrics fills the listeners heart with so much emotion.

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¡@ AFI

The origins and history of AFI are as humble as they are passionate, beginning with the meaning and philosophy behind the acronym now known to an ever-growing legion of fans the world over: A Fire Inside.

Over 10 years on and counting, the same inner flame that fueled four teenagers making a primal noise in a Ukiah, Calif., garage has propelled AFI to unforeseen musical and professional levels.

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¡@ Dashboard Confessional

The name Dashboard Confessional comes from one of Chris' songs, "The Sharp Hint of New Tears". The line "On the way home, this car hears my confessions." made the phrase Dashboard Confessional pop into his head. Chris didn't want to name his new act after himself because right from the start he wanted his fans to sing along and be a part of his performance. He thought a solo name might discourage his audience from being an integral part of the show.

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¡@ Fall Out Boy

The Chicago based band formed after Pete Wentz, front man of venerable hardcore troop Arma Angelus, brought about the demise of the up-and-coming band, Fall Out Boy. Drawing influences from a healthy wealth of rock, pop and hardcore, Fall Out Boy has constructed a distinctive sound of unforgettable melodies and quick stop-and-start breakdowns that mischievous flirt with clever lyrics and multifaceted guitar hooks.

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¡@ Jimmy Eat World

There is no substitute for knowing exactly why you like a piece of art, in any medium, and having come to the realization by your own effort and experience. Jimmy Eat World is a band whose only agenda is to let the listener decide for themselves without pretense.

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¡@ Mayday Parade

Why get up in the morning to work at Taco Bell when you could be traveling the continental US pushing your bands fresh new sound to people near and far? Precisely the philosophy of five guys from Tallahassee, FL. Derek, Jeremy, Alex, Brooks and Jake all decided to quit their jobs thinking outside of the bun and started to think about performing in a parade. This is Mayday Parade.

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¡@ My Chemical Romance

Based in New Jersey, My Chemical Romance is an alternative pop/rock and punk-pop band that has been compared to Thursday and, to a lesser degree, Cursive. Many of their songs are loud, fast, hyper, and aggressive, but My Chemical Romance's work also tends to be melodic and pop-minded.

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¡@ New Found Glory

The lives of New Found Glory run parallel to the lives of most of their fans over the past few years - they've experienced heartbreak, left school for the real world, finally moved out of their homes and found careers. And though the group has spawned outstanding international notoriety over the past couple years, New Found Glory are just as easy to connect with as a best friend, with hardly any fan/band separation to be found.

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¡@ Panic! at the Disco

For a second, forget everything you already know about Panic! At The Disco. That means forgetting that the band's 2005 debut A Fever You Can't Sold Out has sold over 2.2 million copies to date; that their video for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" became a #1 hit on MTV and snagged one of the network's video music awards for best video in 2006; and, finally, erasing from your mind all of the sold-out clubs the band have played over the past three years and the ubiquity of Panic! At The Disco's music-and mugs-on radio stations, television programs and magazine covers all over the world.

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¡@ Paramore

Powered by buoyant melodies and powerful hooks, the Tennessee-based outfit's debut is made indelible by the irresistible force of singer Hayley Williams. The 16-year-old vocalist's earnest emotion and strikingly confident range and phrasing set Paramore apart from the pack, with the joyous noise of songs such as "My Heart" and "Here We Go Again" evincing a passionate positivism that can't help move every listener in its path.

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¡@ Silverstein

Acquiring the name from the famous children's author, Silverstein was formed in early 2000 in an attempt to tear down the boundaries between Hardcore, Emo and Punk. Originally started as a side project, the band was a chance for its members to try something new and get away from their current Punk, Metal, Ska and Hardcore bands.

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¡@ Simple Plan

Simple Plan is a pop/punk/emo band and their inspirational music always gets you hyped and ready to party. They have accomplished so much in such little time, that the only way to go from here is up.

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¡@ Taking Back Sunday

Taking Back Sunday is not turning their collective back on what is already a storied past, not when their resume boasts three gold albums, two of which hit the top five (including a #2 debut for 2006¡¦s Louder Now), extensive touring with the likes of Linkin Park, My Chemical Romance, and Jimmy Eat World, as well as co-headlining the Warped package and appearing at the historic Live Earth, all in-between their own headlining gigs for 10,000 plus fans regularly, and appearing on every one of the late-night chat fests; Jay Leno, David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel, and Conan O¡¦Brien.

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¡@ The Academy Is ...

¡§We want to move people¡K to impact in them the same way we¡¦ve been affected through music.¡¨

William and Mike share a love of the classics - Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, U2. These elements, along with eclectic alternative influences like Weezer and Death Cab For Cutie provide the foundation for Almost Here, the debut release from The Academy Is ¡K. Almost Here is a love letter to music itself; a smart, honest record about growing up, having dreams and making them come true.

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¡@ The All-American Rejects

The All-American Rejects are a Stillwater, Oklahoma based band whose incomparable sound fuses modern power pop music with drum loops, rock guitar and infectious melodies and harmonies.

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¡@ The Spill Canvas

The Spill Canvas is the brainchild of Nick Thomas, a native of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. His songs stem from emotion and transform late youth angst into brutally honest anthems ... with acoustic guitar in hand, he is speaking for a new generation through his art. Musical influences include Saves the Day, Further Seems Forever, John Mayer, Ben Lee, Billymusic, Mogwai, Copeland, Maroon 5 and Dashboard Confessional. A skilled guitar player, Nick also plays piano and bass. In addition, he wrote and produced his album, Sunsets and Car Crashes, out now on 111 Records.

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¡@ Tokio Hotel

Tokio Hotel, a band from a town in East Germany become the biggest stars of the past 20 years in their native country, charting records at No. 1, playing to ten or twenty thousand each night and being feted with every German industry award. Before long, the four musicians are travelling farther afield, and demand is growing fast ¡V not just from an increasingly manic fanbase, but from the mass media too. Much attention is focused on the front man and the guitarist ¡V identical twin brothers with a potent ¡¥fight for your dreams¡¦ philosophy. The former is a striking, androgynous-looking performer, pierced & tattooed, an artist effortlessly able to drive his followers into a frenzy, whilst the latter cuts a distinctive dash of his own.

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¡@ Weezer

Weezer was founded in Los Angeles on February 14, 1992 by Rivers Cuomo, Jason Cropper, Matt Sharp, and Pat Wilson. The band began writing music and playing local clubs. despite not having much success at first, the band pressed forward. After 16 months together, playing shows and recording demos in Los Angeles, DGC Records (Geffen) signed Weezer.

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