Is real rock dead?
Yes, and good riddance
bluesy nagger rock was always terrible
I hope so
Absolutely. guitarslop chuds refused to innovate for decades, now it's over. Anyway..
>guitarkino chads refused to innovate for decades
prog metal is very much thriving so...
Not, it’s not.
you obviously have no idea
name any song in the last 30 years that was innovative from any genre.
Fried By Fluoride - Dead By 30
Literally who? If this was actually innovative it'd be more well known.
Sounds like something a queer would say
Didn't all The E-Punk Bands basically just copy each other copying earlier musicians? Old Nick would be an actual answer as would Curt N'Wall and The Gauntlet.
no, greta van fleek is reviving the true spirit of classic rock
If you want to listen to Led Zeppelin, just listen to Led Zeppelin. I don't get it. It's like craving Coca Cola Classic and having $100 in your pocket and buying the generic grocery store brand.
Thank you for your food analogy.
no way man, greta takes the best of led zep and builds upon it to make something even GREATER
you don't say
It's not dead, there are thousands of records that will never vanish.
yes. it got revived for a very brief period but then died again.
Probably. It depends on what you consider to be "real rock music".
unironically the best rock album released in decades.
How can someone think this
>made by white people
If you get triggered by this you're Latino
Until traditional musicality comes back, rock will never be popular again.
lmao why does he need to guitars stuck together as one?
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