Relative to punk music, post-punk is less aggressive and more experimental. In fact, some of the most unique music of the time period, and still to this day, came from the period ranging from the late '70's through the early '80's.
Let's take it back to 1995: The Offspring and Green Day have both been certified multi-platinum with their smash hit albums, but so have 2Pac and The Notorious B.I.G.
It's time to explore a series of phenomena that appears to appear mostly in metal: only in metal is it the case where long time bands get a spark lit under their asses and come back with some of the best work of their careers.
According to my actual 2010 self! It's time to take another trip down memory lane.
A visual look at the legendary musicians storied past.
According to my actual 2009 self!
...and by the look of things, there never will be.
The ‘90’s were arguably the second golden age for punk rock. Leaning more to the melodic side than previous iterations, punk hit the mainstream for nearly an entire decade with several very high-profile releases.
The more fun sounding side of the numerous punk offshoots of the late '70's and early '80's.
Everyone knows Black Sabbath, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and of course, The Beatles. However, some spectacular bands have flown largely under the radar, influencing countless other bands, but never quite reaching the stratospheric mainstream popularity of these aforementioned groups.