EASY AS SHIT TASK:
>since we have blackgrind and deathrgrind
doomgrind (would this be possible?)
>since we have death/doom metal
>since everything that has a noise version must have a black metal version (noisegrind vs blackgrind, noise black metal, dark ambient with noise influences with dark ambient with black metal influences...)
breakcore with black metal influences
black rock (get noise rock, but now its black metal instead of noise)
you can't just make up a genre by adding "post" to a preexisting genre, that's totally meaningless because it says nothing about how the genre would sound, just that it happened afterwards.
Electronically composed jazz music with some acoustic jazz instruments sprinkled in with a very repetitive songwriting structure influenced by minimal techno, while electronic effects create distortion and noiseyness of industrial techno.
Basically noisey minimal techno compositions with jazz melodies/influences/instruments.
imagine James Taylor covering Skrillex.
It's bagpipe music, but in its nu phase, so lots of eclectic influences, especially rap, alternative, metal, and reggae. Also the bagpipes feature one extra pipe, for those lower, darker tones of angst and extreme rage.