#1
I've grown kind of tired of my library at this point. I just got a few new albums, but I was wondering what I missed. Here's what I like.

Dream Theater
Trivium (post-The Crusade)
Kamelot (post-Epica)
Green Day
Foo Fighters

Blink 182
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Sum 41
Chevelle
Filter

Smashing Pumpkins
Egypt Central
Alter Bridge
Jeff Loomis
System Of A Down
Serj Tankian
Helloween
Stratovarius
Gamma Ray
Deftones
Incubus

The Flaming Lips (post-In A Priest Driven Ambulance)
Fuel
Mastodon (post-Leviathan)
Muse
Nine Inch Nails

Protest the Hero
Rise Against
Queens Of The Stone Age
Them Crooked Vultures
Zwan
Flying Colors
Tool

I bolded a few that I like a lot. They're in no particular order. Lemme have it!
Last edited by gateway01 at Oct 27, 2012,
#2
Here are a few bands I like, maybe you'll enjoy a couple:

Diablo Swing Orchestra
Les Friction
Foxy Shazam
Sexhavin
The Kicks
Nightwish

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Play until she breaks up with you.

The most brutal band to ever exist is...

You should go like them...even if you don't like them.


-Sloppyjoe24
#3
Quote by sloppyjoe24
Here are a few bands I like, maybe you'll enjoy a couple:

Diablo Swing Orchestra
Les Friction
Foxy Shazam
Sexhavin
The Kicks
Nightwish


DSO is pretty good, sounds kind of like Probot to me.
I found "World On Fire" by Les Friction and I could seriously get into this!
Foxy Shazam...interesting..I guess...
Sexhavin, looked at some titles and kind of vomited a little.
The Kicks are average to me. Just an opinion.
Nightwish is pretty good, but I don't think it's something I would enjoy that much.
#4
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#5
Some random stuff you might like from my library, judging by your list
Corrosion of Conformity
Symphony X
A Perfect Circle
Kyuss
Aeon Spoke
#7
I'm not even going to bother reading your list and just copy and paste from a post of mine from last night from a thread asking a similar question.

I suggest trying artists such as Jerry Reed, Tony Rice, Lee Morgan, Charlie Daniels, Old and in the Way, Danny Gatton, and Jimmy Bryant. Some really cool bluegrass, country, and jazz musicians. That would be a good place to start if you are looking to diversify.


I'll add Bob Wills, the Johnson Mountain Boys, and Paul Chambers to that list as well.
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