#1
Hi guys, im new here. And i need some band&track name list. Please tell me some track list of "Modern Rock Groups or Single.
Thanks
#2
Modern rock.. Hmm. Wouldn't be like your foo fighters, muse, biffy clyro?
#3
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Modern rock.. Hmm. Wouldn't be like your foo fighters, muse, biffy clyro?

i don't know anyband or singer. im new
#4
Uh.... what? I'll just give you some of my favorite rock bands.....

Rush
Tool
311
Foo Fighters
Muse
Linkin Park
Nickelback
Coheed and Cambria
Dream Theater
Nightwish
Flyleaf
Paramore
Skillet
Green Day
The Offspring
Rise Against
Breaking Benjamin
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#5
Quote by Jasonbts
Uh.... what? I'll just give you some of my favorite rock bands.....

Rush
Tool
311
Foo Fighters
Muse
Linkin Park
Nickelback
Coheed and Cambria
Dream Theater
Nightwish
Flyleaf
Paramore
Skillet
Green Day
The Offspring
Rise Against
Breaking Benjamin



thank you
#6
Quote by bullyaey
thank you



Of course. Just know that there are a LOT of different styles of rock in that mix.
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#7
Muse, despite it already being mentioned twice..
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#8
Quote by steve_muse
Muse, despite it already being mentioned twice..


Emphasis never hurt.
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#9
^True dat.
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#10
Not all of these are modern, but all of these artists are worth listening to.

Sonic Youth
REM
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Rage Against the Machine
Velvet Underground
Mark Lanegan
Mad Season
Queens of The Stone Age
Kyuss
Nebula
The Beatles
Lou Reed
The Stooges
The Rolling Stones
Foo Fighters
Alice in Chains
SoundGarden
Pearl Jam
Muse
Beck
The Gutter Twins
Jesus & Mary Chain
The Melvins
John Lennon
Bob Dylan
Neil Young

That's just a short list.
If you want some more suggestions PM me.
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#12
Quote by steve_muse
Muse, despite it already being mentioned twice..


The Resistance doesn't worth being mentioned...

Here are the albums I recommand you :

Pearl Jam - Ten
Foo Fighters - There Is Nothing Left To Lose/One by One
Queens of The Stone Age - Songs for the Deaf
A Perfect Circle - Mer de Noms
The Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
Muse - Origin Of Symmetry
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#13
I've got alot worth mentioning, and indeed, some may take a bit to get used to, but these are the bands that have profoundly influenced my musicianship, some to a lesser extent than others. Also, I'll name some songs in parentheses that showcase each artist:

10 Years (Russian Roulette, Wasteland, Paralyzing Kings, Beautiful, Dying Youth, The Recipe)
Chevelle (The Red, Jars, Send the Pain Below, Saferwaters, Bend the Bracket, Sleep Apnea, The Clincher)
Deftones (My Own Summer, Diamond Eyes, Change, Sextape, Rocket Skates, Be Quiet & Drive)
Alice in Chains (Them Bones, Angry Chair, Would?, Man in the Box, Acid Bubble, We Die Young, Nutshell, Your Decision, Love Hate Love)
A Perfect Circle (Pet, The Outsider, Weak and Powerless, Judith, The Hollow)
Soundgarden (Fell On Black Days, Black Hole Sun, Rusty Cage, Spoonman)
Flyleaf (I'm So Sick, Fully Alive, Again, Beautiful Bride, All Around Me)
Pearl Jam (Animal, Alive, Even Flow)
Seether (Remedy, Simplest Mistake, Gasoline, Fine Again, Fake It, Diseased)
Nirvana (Smells Like Teen Spirit, All Apologies, Dumb, Heart Shaped Box)
Evans Blue (Eclipsed, Cold, The Pursuit, In a Red Dress and Alone)
Tool (Vicarious, Parabola, Jambi, Lateralus, Schism, Sober)
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#14
Quote by EvilAngel93
I've got alot worth mentioning, and indeed, some may take a bit to get used to, but these are the bands that have profoundly influenced my musicianship, some to a lesser extent than others. Also, I'll name some songs in parentheses that showcase each artist:

10 Years (Russian Roulette, Wasteland, Paralyzing Kings, Beautiful, Dying Youth, The Recipe)
Chevelle (The Red, Jars, Send the Pain Below, Saferwaters, Bend the Bracket, Sleep Apnea, The Clincher)
Deftones (My Own Summer, Diamond Eyes, Change, Sextape, Rocket Skates, Be Quiet & Drive)
Alice in Chains (Them Bones, Angry Chair, Would?, Man in the Box, Acid Bubble, We Die Young, Nutshell, Your Decision, Love Hate Love)
A Perfect Circle (Pet, The Outsider, Weak and Powerless, Judith, The Hollow)
Soundgarden (Fell On Black Days, Black Hole Sun, Rusty Cage, Spoonman)
Flyleaf (I'm So Sick, Fully Alive, Again, Beautiful Bride, All Around Me)
Pearl Jam (Animal, Alive, Even Flow)
Seether (Remedy, Simplest Mistake, Gasoline, Fine Again, Fake It, Diseased)
Nirvana (Smells Like Teen Spirit, All Apologies, Dumb, Heart Shaped Box)
Evans Blue (Eclipsed, Cold, The Pursuit, In a Red Dress and Alone)
Tool (Vicarious, Parabola, Jambi, Lateralus, Schism, Sober)


Tool is not the most accessible band in the world... especially the last 2 records. But Undertow is fine to begin with, with songs like Sober and Crawl Away.
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