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It's funny how music and certain bands create a snapshot of your life, a soundtrack to your timeline so to speak and it changes as you get older. I went through high school from 1996 - 2001, (considered by many and arguably the greatest music era ever) Some of my all time fave groups of that era are :-

Blink 182
Crazy Town
Deftones
Disturbed
Drowning Pool
Evanescence
Fuel
Good Charlotte
Greenday
Grinspoon
Incubus
Jebediah
Kid Rock
Limp Bizkit
Linkin Park
Live
Matchbox 20
Metallica
P.O.D.
Papa Roach
Shifty
Silver Chair
Simple Plan
Staind
Superheist
System of a Down
Three Days Grace
Zinc

Some of these old albums I haven't listened to in years, several I still give a spin every now and then, instantly takes me back. It's awesome how music can be like a time machine.
 

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Tool, APC, Puscifer, Karnivool, deftones, dead letter circus, the butterfly effect... ect ect.

I also like abba, little river band and ccr. Used to sing in a cover band as well... good times.
 

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Tool, APC, Puscifer, Karnivool, deftones, dead letter circus, the butterfly effect... ect ect.

I also like abba, little river band and ccr. Used to sing in a cover band as well... good times.
Know LRB,Abba,love CCR,never heard of any of the others.I have been listening to music since the mid 60's and have a wide interest.
 

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He's not that old,I remember going to see Suzi Quatro in '74 at the Hordern Pavlova,my first big concert.

My first concert. I was 8.


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Now this is a thread!

Bit of metal, loads of prog rock (Australia does it best for some reason), bit of electronica, breakbeats and folk-ish stuff thrown in.

My favourites, in no particular order...

Twelve Foot Ninja
A Perfect Circle
Puscifer
Tool
Deftones
Superheist
Karnivool
Dead Letter Circus
Floating Me
The Butterfly Effect
Royal Blood
The Prodigy
Tijuana Cartel
Ben Howard
Birds of Tokyo
Nine Inch Nails
Coal Chamber
Devildriver
Stone Sour
Rob Dougan

Few more but that’s what’s usually on rotation.
 

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I didn't realize there were so many metalheads here. \m/
Slayer, Entombed, Pantera, Slayer, Megadeth, Exodus, Meshuggah, Slayer, Mastodon, Arch Enemy, Annihilator, Kreator, Slayer, Motorhead, Anthrax, Machinehead, Babymetal, Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies.... the list goes on.
[doublepost=1526945317,1526945240][/doublepost]The first four Metallica albums were good too.
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I am loving my metal and blues. Here is my bands music video. We play thrash metal.


sick dude. loved it.
 

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I can’t play guitar and just listen to triple j particularly digging some of the female artists.
[doublepost=1527407430,1527406356][/doublepost]But queens of the Stone Age
 

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Latest addition is Osaka Punch. Brissy band... check them out! They’re fun and the lyrical content is vast and wonderful.

Also digging the new A Perfect Circle album Eat the Elephant.
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I can’t play guitar and just listen to triple j particularly digging some of the female artists.
[doublepost=1527407430,1527406356][/doublepost]But queens of the Stone Age
QOTSA are great also!
 

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I was gunna buy eat the elephant also but after finding it on YouTube and listening to the first few tracks I found it abit meaningful. I know pc is an acquired taste so will continue to listen. I loved 13th step particularly the track pet.
 

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