And MUSE!! Don’t forget muse.
@xJOHNNYxxBOYx, Alex Turner
@xJOHNNYxxBOYx, And Lost Prophe..... Actually, yeah, let’s forget that one..... (they were Welsh anyway).
@xJOHNNYxxBOYx, and Carcass
@xJOHNNYxxBOYx, also The Heavy!
Bullet for My Valentine
@Bow To Your Senpai, I saw them on tour for Sceam. Aim. Fire.
Bruh... the Gorillaz, like that’s all you need on that list
@The Gay Gatsby, Hell yes!!
@The Gay Gatsby, I’m not saying your band is bad, only that it’s not gonna single handedly replace Zeppelin, Floyd, and The Who, let alone all of the other great bands mentioned
@RepostSniper, True but the Gorrillaz kind of defined the future and all the possibilities of highly digital music he took it and did it better than anyone before, made good music, made it profitable, popular, and socially/politically relevant during the 2000s despite absolute shjitstorm of content created at the same time. He like Floyd and Zeppelin will stand the test of time like they did as revolutionaries in popular music. There was a time when all those bands couldn't be played on the radio because they were too long and experimental just like the Gorrillaz but we'll hear him on the radio a lot longer than Taylor swift just like all the crappy pop stars back then that won't last either.
Everything that came out of the X Factor is tarnishing anything before it
Whitesnake, The Outfield, Duran Duran, Adele, Ed Sheeran, Eric Clapton, and the lead singer of Foreigner as well