The Fall of Troy may be post-hardcore rock's great hope. Called "screamy" by your parents, post hardcore combines angsty lyrics bawled by adolescent-sounding vocalists with aggression against guitar strings. With compelling, sophisticated arrangements that coalesce order and melody out of crescendos of sonic chaos, The Fall of Troy rises above the noise to offer a richer, smarter hardcore experience. Founded in 2002, The Fall of Troy briefly broke up in 2010, only to reunite to produce new albums and tour extensively. Now on the ninth leg of its Adventour Time tour with Kylesa and Powwers, the Mukilteo, Wash.-based band is swinging through Neurolux Nov. 20. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door.