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#41
Any Bands that are similiar to TOOL ? they are just amazing


Keenan's side project, A Perfect Circle are well worth cheking out, resembles Tool a bit. Check out Thirteenth Step & Mer De Noms, great albums
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#44
90% of the bands/artists listed are extremly popular, wasent the point of this to name bands that we haven't heard of..

dumb topic tbh
#46
Can some one recomend me some bands like muse they are a incredible band but the only type of indie/alt/whatever genre they are band i have. Thanks in advance
#47
You need to put Chevelle's album This Type Of Thinking (Could Do Us In) on there.
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#48
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Can some one recomend me some bands like muse they are a incredible band but the only type of indie/alt/whatever genre they are band i have. Thanks in advance

Try Biffy Clyro's new album, Puzzle, or maybe some Placebo.
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#49
how bout The Stone Roses (Second Coming) grunge/90's rock. kinda british bluesy rock. sounds good. heavy guitar work. i think they're a lot more popular in europe.

http://www.thestoneroses.co.uk/
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#50
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how bout The Stone Roses (Second Coming) grunge/90's rock. kinda british bluesy rock. sounds good. heavy guitar work. i think they're a lot more popular in europe.

http://www.thestoneroses.co.uk/

Alt & Indie, I'd have said

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#53
I'm looking for something post-rockish but with vocals. Maybe a bit progish as well.

It might be a hard ask...
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#54
Porcupine Tree?
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Porcupine Tree?


Ah, I already listen to them
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Slint?
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#58
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I'm looking for something post-rockish but with vocals. Maybe a bit progish as well.

It might be a hard ask...

Russian Circles are cool.
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#59
I have Russian Circle's Enter but no Slint. I'll look into them.
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#60
Sigur Ros!!!
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Sigur Ros!!!


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#63
Hi, I'm looking for some good rock music, I like Alice In Chains, Rush, Pink Floyd, Yes, Coheed and Cambria, Motorhead. I haven't discovered any new bands for awhile and I'm just looking for some good music to listen to, mellow or melodic music is a plus, I've been in the mood for it lately.
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Oasis and Arctic Monkeys should both be in, no?

Not Modern Rock

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#68
im looking for bands that are kinda like Alice in Chains/ QOTSA... stoner rock but maybe metaler (is that a word?) anybody have any suggestions?
#69
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im looking for bands that are kinda like Alice in Chains/ QOTSA... stoner rock but maybe metaler (is that a word?) anybody have any suggestions?

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I want to recommend Masters of Reality. As they are bloody brilliant.

No, seriously. Masters of Reality. The band of Chris Goss who produced most QOTSA/Kyuss records (Try Kyuss for that matter, but I'm assuming you have already).
#73
would sublime be considered modern rock of any typed?
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#74
^They're ska aren't they?

Not that I know anything about either ska or Sublime.
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#75
i dont know. they have rock songs, also reggae songs, and punkish songs
where would be a good place ot post about them?
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^They're ska aren't they?

Not that I know anything about either ska or Sublime.

I thought bands like Madness were ska....

But yeah, I'd consider Sublime as Modern Rock. They're like No Doubt.
#77
is no doubt considered modern rock?
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#79
its settled then
sublime is also modern rock

Sublime - Sublime
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