The BEST bands that came out since 2000 are?

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  1. Goldie Glocks

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    Audioslave is definitely my favorite 2000's band.

    A Perfect Circle
    Mars Volta
    Jets to Brazil
    The Sword
    Queens of the Stone Age
     
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    Greta Van Fleet
    I don't know if Spocks Beard came together after 2000 or not, if they did then them.
    Arcade Fire stuff I have heard is pretty good, kind of gives a nod to rock era music and psychedelic music.
    I think Chris Robinson brotherhood might apply, I don't think they did anything before 2000, but could be mistaken. They also rely heavily on rock era and psychedelic era music.
     
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    No love for My Chemical Romance?
     
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    Defined as "first album released in 2000 or later," my favorites are:

    The Hold Steady
    Mastodon
    High on Fire
    The Strokes
    The Black Keys
    Titus Andronicus

    I have nothing from this decade, and that makes me feel old.
     
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    Warpaint has some pretty good songs, i like these:

    and
     
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    Agree completely. And they're even better playing live than they are in the studio, and they're magnificent in the studio.
     
  8. Bryan T

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    Elbow has some good releases

    Get the Blessing
     
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    Clutch
    The Sword
    Earthless
    Karma To Burn
    High On Fire
     
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    Non-dupe list to avoid repeating what others have already said:

    We Are Scientists
    Infant Sorrow
    Audioslave
    The Damage Manual
    The Zutons
    Gnarls Barkley
    AWOL Nation
    Job for a Cowboy
    Phil X & The Drills
     
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    Interpol and Yeah Yeah Yeahs are the two really big ones for me, then Foals and the National.

    I'll chuck some more British names in there to shore up the home teams... the Horrors are a real standout and Wolf Alice, Fat White Family, Temples are all great.

    The big thing I notice in the last 15 years has been the high ratio of emergent solo artists in comparison to bands - St Vincent and Lorde are both awesome, Father John Misty, US Girls and Mynabirds (both essentially solo artists), Julia Holter, Melody's Echo Chamber, Anna Von Hausswolf, Fever Ray, Anna Calvi.
     
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    My list off the top of my head. For the most part, artists that I liked enough to keep listening to them.

    Muse
    Shins
    Jason Isbell
    Silversun Pickups
    Tyler Childers
    Trampled by Turtles
    Nathaniel Raitliff
    St. Paul and the Broken Bones
    Anything that includes Dan Auerbach
    Coldwar Kids
    Raconteurs
    Ray LaMontagne
    Lumineers
    Band of Skulls
    Band of Horses
    Sam Beam/Iron & Wine
    Florence + the Machine
    Metric
    GVF (I'm warming up to them)
     
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  13. BigBadOrange

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    Here are three youtubers I subscribe to. Probably a couple hundred bands

    Hopefully I am doing this right.
    This is a link to a user named "AMBER". hasn't posted much in a year or so, but what they did post was amazing. These are more hard rock, 80s rock orientated. Probably a bunch of names you know, but a LOT of bands Im sure you dont.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF2plgu2KDh1_jYn8Obxj6A/videos

    This is New Wave of Old school thrash metal. Think mostly "kill em all" by metallica. Some heavier, some not as heavy. One hell of a ride

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD5Ny_jQ8cs9JXVPWXg9iNw/videos

    This is New Wave of Traditional Heavy metal. Think mostly Early Iron Maiden, priest, maybe testament.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCGbKiCJjph8Grazqmo7z4w/videos

    There are many, many more.

    Both the "new wave" named posters currently post new bands several times a week.
     
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    Yes

    from what I didn't mention and what was already mentioned. I also dig these bands.

    Larkin Poe
    Rival Sons
    Little Hurricane
    Khruangbin
    Warpaint
    Bros Landreth
    Imelda May
    The London Souls
     
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    QOTSA is my favorite band in the world...
























































    ...that put their first album out in 1996. ;)

    They're pretty close to just being my flat out favorites too. Love Kyuss, all the Desert Sessions, Them Crooked Vultures. Hell, I'm a legit Homme fanboi.
     
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  16. TP Parter

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    Clutch came out in like '93, Karma to Burn in '97, High on Fire is close, but '98.

    Love all those bands
     
  17. Bennihana

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    I looked them up to be sure I was at least close. 97/98 is close enough when their best work started continued after at the turn of the century (Art of Self Defense is practically a HoF demo). Clutch is timeless and is still releasing amazing work and touring. At least it's newer than 90% of the music talked about on here, though.

    Cant get enough Karma to Burn. Top 5 guitar tones IMO. I know Im listening to them as soon as the first few notes hit.
     
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    Velvet revolver
     
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    Thundercat.

    He basically slays all guitarists and removes the need for their existence
     
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    The New Pornographers
     
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