The 15 best screamers in modern metalcore

February 27 2014, 4:17 PM EST By Matt Crane

11. Jerry Roush of Glass Cloud

Roush is raw, guttural and untamed.

12. Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire

Matty Mullins’ screaming has a certain flow to it; he breezes through his screams with grace. This model’s built for speed.

13. Ryan Zimmerman of Greeley Estates

Insane asylum-core.

14. Sam Carter of Architects U.K.

Carter has always sounded good, but from what we’ve heard of Architects upcoming album, Lost Forever // Lost Together, the guy just sounds unstoppable with a perfect balance between melody and ferocity.

15. Jamie Hope of I Killed The Prom Queen

Hope takes after the melodic death-metal pioneers of Gothenburg more than most.

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