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For people under 25. What newer hard rock bands do you like ?

Discussion in '2010's Music' started by Hard Rock, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. Soot and Stars

    Soot and Stars I AM SOOT! Staff Member

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    I love that group! You're right, they aren't hard in most respects but they are brilliant lyricists and have a very good vocalist who knows how to carry across a song with character!

    My favorite from them:



    These guys are pretty poppy so I'm sure they will be discredited but hey "I'm a fan!" :grinthumb
     
  2. Gabble Ratchet

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    I'd definitely recommend Ghost Machinery:



    Cosmic Harmony will kill me for mentioning them first, but you can't go past The Darkness:



    And House Of Lords started in the 80's but have been more active over the last 10 years. This song is from 2010:



    Hard rock isn't really my specialty, but I hope these few are helpful :)
     
  3. Hydrazoic Acid

    Hydrazoic Acid Cynic

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    There is a good Swiss group called "Shakra". They released their first album in 1998.-)


     
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    AboutAGirl oh, be nice

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    This is the opposite of where I'm coming from. For me british music pretty much died in the 80s. Once Britpop hit that was the end of it for me, I'm like "g2g ttyl." (see how under 25 I am?? ROFL OMG.)

    Danceable isn't a word that is in my music lexicon... 'specially not when referring to rock music. I mean I even listen to some straight up dance music but I would never refer to it as danceable, lol! Different strokes I guess. :cheers2
     
  5. snakes&ladders

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    See, that's what I mean.....thanx for the huge list :):bow::pimp::oyea:
     
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    I am over 25 but here is a fairly new band I saw a few months ago-Taddy Porter from Stillwater Oklahoma






     
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    Sunny Settled down at last and very happy.

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    Airbourne always give a good show .......... went to see them last October - great night out!! :grinthumb


     
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    They sound like an ACDC cover band who just thought they would change the lyrics a bit
     
  9. Nololob

    Nololob Long Live Wock 'n' Woll

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    What do you get if Blue Cheer's Vincebus Eruptum was recorded in 2007? Dzjenghis Khan! The best heavy psych rock of the past decade!

    And from 2009...

    70s is still alive! :D
     
  10. Tray73

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    I'm not under 25 either but will put in my two pennies' worth :)

    Since you mentioned The White Stripes how about The Raconteurs (one of Jack White's other bands). I think they are brilliant, they've released two albums both of which I love.

    The Raconteurs:

    Broken Boy Soldier




    Salute Your Salution




    Five on the Five




    Have you checked out Them Crooked Vultures (John Paul Jones, Dave Grohl & Josh Homme)?

    Bandoliers




    New Fang



    (Talking of Josh Homme, I suppose you've already come across Queens of the Stone Age - whilst not a 00's band, they only really became really well known with the succes of their third album in 2002, Songs For the Deaf. One of my favourite bands so had to give them a mention. :grinthumb)

    Another great band - Wolfmother

    Dimension




    Woman





    These aren't a 00's band but you may like them and not have heard of them... Bigelf

    Pain Killers




    Madhatter

     

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