What are your Top 10 favorite rock bands?

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18 Apr 2024, 1:23 pm

funeralxempire wrote:
xxZeromancerlovexx wrote:
Darkthrone


Woo! :heart:

I was stuck between them and I Hate Myself for my #10 pick.


Sardonic Wrath is one of my favorite albums. Alle Gegen Alle gets stuck in my head very easily.


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19 Apr 2024, 11:34 pm

Katatonic wrote:
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We got some good taste on this thread

Since people are including metal and I kept my list strictly rock, my top metal bands would be:

Iron Maiden
Black Sabbath
Judas Priest
Dio/Rainbow
Rhapsody of Fire
Symphony X
Kamelot
Mastodon
Meshuggah
Katatonia
Porcupine Tree (if you consider them metal and not rock)
Sunn O)))
Tool
Opeth
Danzig
Angra
Rage Against The Machine
Helloween
System of a Down
As I Lay Dying
All That Remains
Dethklok

I wanted to trim it down to 10 but I failed


Dare I say, a fellow Sunn worshipper?

I used to be a HUGE fan of Katatonia. Their last couple of albums really fell short for me though, sadly. "Fall of Hearts" was incredible. I don't know what happened with the last two :(

SUNN woot. I so love drone and doom metal. I don't hang around metal forums anymore so it's not too often I run into other Sunn fans. If you haven't listened to it, I am legally obligated to recommend Soused, Sunn's collaboration album they did with American-British avante garde singer Scott Walker. It's more Scott than Sunn, but it's a great album. And one of the most astronomically improbable collabs that I wanted that I never ever thought would happen lol
I didn't keep up with Katatonia (or most other bands now that I think about it). I think Night Is The New Day was my last album I got by them. They're one of those bands that just perfectly captured my experience with depression.


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23 Apr 2024, 6:42 am

Bon Jovi
Hollywood Undead
Linkin Park
Danger Danger
Firehouse
H.E.A.T
Dokken
Def Leppard
Limp Bizkit
Slipknot



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15 May 2024, 7:02 pm

Pink Floyd
The Beatles
Black Sabbath (before they fired Ozzy)
Led Zeppelin
The Who
Ozzy Osbourne
Fleetwood Mac
Elton John
Queen
Eric Clapton


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15 May 2024, 8:03 pm

Beatles
Stones
Led Zep
the Who
Earth, Wind, and Fire
Rammstein
Sly and the Family Stone
Steely Dan
Santana
War
Beach Boys
Doors
Paul Simon
Springsteen