Music you listened to as a little kid that's just as good now and you still listen to it to this day.
that's a great one.
Junkie XL, Saturday Teenage Kick too.
My addition: Billy Talent
i was like 7 when my cousin hooked me up to their shit
then i dived into "heavier" stuff like metallica (kinda kek when you look at it these days)
blasting pic related now al day ervery day
Great bands. I just got back into them.
gta5 got me back into black flag hard.
rollins is a douche, but gotta love it anyways.
ayee lmao NIN, loved them and this guy.
Dont hate, personally such a nostalgic album.
Better System album from back in the day.
if you are going to Gojira show, go meet them in backstage
they coolest guys in the universe
talked to them after gig in Tilburg Netherlands
you can see me in the right edge first row 3:36 headbanging
talked about new album coming and shit, also with Joe about lyrics.
>Do the evolution
Sure, of course.
I remember coming home from school in first grade.. parents still at work.. i'd sit down and turn on the tv onto the norwegian equivalent of mtv.. and just watch and listen to the endless replays of in the end by linkin park as voted to appear by viewers. The music was amazing and the videos were awesome. In the end, numb, breaking the habit and so on.. even now, 14 years later i still love them and their music, still anticipating and enjoying new releases. Screw those people who separate "old linkin park" from "new linkin park". There is just one. Also, the beatles, bobby bare and roy orbison are still great to listen to.
no need to act retarded son.
Gojira is chill as fuck, they will talk to their fans, take photos and stuff unllike shits from other known bands.
All it took to meet them was literally this
>slayer ends playing their set
>meeting gojira tech guy near stage
>ask him if we could talk to Gojira somewhere
>"just go outside and find their bus"
>we go outside, and they are standing there talking with whoever came
>take photos, talk a bit
now try doing the same with Tom Araya..
OP here, Toxicity wouldn't be my favorite either but I've listened to every single one of their songs and there isn't one I don't like. So I can't really pick a favorite at the same time.
Definitely an interesting band for what they were. A little poppy here and there, but overall very original . You'd have a hard time arguing they were anything other than unique.
Best fucking song in the world then and now!
OP again, I fucking love Gojira and I've listened to all their shit, but unfortunately I didn't really discover them until two or three years ago except for the song Unicorn which I probably heard when I was 11 or 12.
System of a Down (most creative)
Stone Temple Pilots (best vocalists?)
Deftones (best metal?)
Tool (awesome but depressing)
>the best one is the first one, proove me wrong
>I mean its deep, scream out loud social injustice with their fucking youth, i own and loves every other album but they seem to grow tired and less violent at every album
Where the fuck are my niggers at?
only good slipknot album
OP here, fucking love Static X, that's their best album too. Also thought it was cool since I was from Wisconsin. Rest in peace Wayne. Didn't listen to em until I was maybe 12 or 13 though.
When I realized that American Idiot was actually a Rock Opera after listening to the album a couple of times I could not stop listening to them.
It's a pretty good album. What shit do you listen to?
Probably the worst thing green day put out, any single other album would be a better choice.
I loved that album. I bought it entirely on the strength of Used For Glue. I was surprised how good it was - really good songs and hooks but never cheesy.
I only recently discovered they had other albums - I thought they disappeared. I still haven;t listened to them.
One of the first Albums I remember hearing, still one of the best German punk albums
First album I ever remember listening to
The other albums aren't that great. I instead recommend you to listen to the other bands by their lead singer Waler Schreifels.
Gorilla Biscuits - Start Today
and Quicksand - Manic Compression
They're completly different, but still kick ass.
OP here, this was probably the first music I heard.
>realized that i was listening as 14 y/o
god bless internet and the curious
Started getting back to this. I find it even more brutal now then back as a kid for some reason. Probably giving extra attention to every instrument and the composition as a whole instead of just blasting full on.
dreaaaming and screaaamingg
someone kick me out of my mind i hate these thoughts i cant denyyyy
oh god the feels
whats my age again?
whats my age again?
whats my age again?
whats my age again?
I remember listening to this the first time. My brother's 4 years older than me and he listened to all kinds of metal and he had this album. I was determined to listen to it and like it so I went to bed, popped the CD into my walkman and just stayed up all night listening to it. Left Behind is still my favourite Slipknot song, purely because it was the first song by them I ever heard. Dat nostalgia
This has been my favorite band, since i was 13.
Has been my favourite album since 1998
I don't know how to feel. I'm not a native english, so I rarely understand the lyrics, and almost never in their entirety. So even if I knew them for a long time, I still listen to bands like SOAD, Nirvana, Greenday until American Idiot included, Offspring, Rise Against, etc. Many of them seem to embrace my political views from what I know, but I wouldn't really be able, unless I read and compare all lyrics through time, to tell how bands evolved on this aspect, beyond the musical composition.
And very few "shocked me" when I listened to them again years later, like Linkin Park, from which I can only appreciate some songs, mosty from hybrid theory bcuz mostly of nostalgia
Father into your hands I commend my spirit
Father into your hands, why have you forsaken me?
In your eyes forsaken me,
In your thoughts forsaken me
In your heart forsaken, me, oh
These guys so much
My man.... Social Distortion for the win. So many feels for some mid twenty somethings. Green Day (Dookie era) Offspring, and Sublime kinda rolled into one.
I totally agree with this. It's a band my opinion evolved on. Hence my small confusion about the ones I quoted above. I guess there's also the fact that a song in a foreign language, especially english, doesn't sound angsty or edgy because you perceive it very differently when it's not in your native tongue.
I used to listen to this almost every day for a couple of years, never get tired of it.
I did too, Cover got banned. This is the one everyone knows.
Tell me quick, ain't love a kick in the head.
Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother
Isn't it funny how Greenday, who had never gone out of their way to be political, suddenly recorded and released an entire album centered around the American public's generally negative critique of the Bush administration at a time where, especially for young people who had always been their targeted demographic, most people were criticizing that same administration? What a coincidence that they released it at the perfect time to reinvent themselves, when their credibility as a band was failing. I'm sure that entire album was 100% legit and they weren't selling out at all.
My nigga. Seen em live 3 times. No one brings it like them live.