Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Rhombus, Jan 17, 2020.
Anyone have any recommendations along these lines?
Metal/rock for gays:
PVRIS would be my pick, but @johnny_tsunami beat me to it.
Placebo go down well with the gays.
This is a bop as well:
Just wait until the chorus hits.
Oooo also Love Like Winter by AFI. Literally gay.
Whew that Aidan reign just won’t let up
Saw someone mention Placebo and damn they were so fine up until Battle for the Sun. That album was average at best and they only went downhill since. Sad.
I love Placebo. Every You Every Me soundtracking Cruel Intentions remains iconic! I like their version of Running Up That Hill, too.
Head Like A Hole is massive and gifted us with Ashley O's On A Roll last year.
feel like pure shit, just want her back
At least she’s releasing a song similar to that in a few weeks
Yay this is my thread! Seconding this post by adding some of my favorite AFI songs:
Seeing Aiden takes me back. A shame about the singer turning into a creep to say the least.
Bop! Do you remember this song @stuaw nn
It goes without saying, of course, but who could forget this classic? It still slaps in 2020.
Not this turning into a Greatest Hits thread!
One of my all time favorites, Enter Shikari, who are always changing it up. Their latest album was their most accessible and I'm sure many of you would be into it:
Another recommandation for 'We Appreciate Power' and 'STFU!' stans would be this synthpop-y rock band:
Young Guns have plenty of radio friendly rock or almost metal-y bops, but they surprised me by adding 80's pop influences afterwards. This one is for the PVRIS stans:
Circa Survive have one of the most distinct vocalists I've ever heard. My teens were spent listening to emo bands with mostly high pitched male vocals dd:
Anthony Green is a total DAD. One of the hottest men in music, to be honest.
Any reccs I could give would be from a very specific window of time (my brief soujourn as a metaller), but here are some faves anyway:
Trent Reznor goes for more of universal depression vibe later on his career but he really did say gay rights with this album!
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