A list of bands from the early 90's to early 2000's that shaped our scene today.
10. Finch - What It is To Burn (2002)
Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump has been quoted as saying "...I ended up in a pop-punk band, exclusively because of Through Being Cool. There’s no chance I would have been in Fall Out Boy if it weren’t for this record. "
8. Brand New - Your Favorite Weapon (2001)
Every modern pop punk band wishes they could an album as good as Your Favorite Weapon.
7. Snapcase - Progression Through Unlearning (1997)
Snapcase's influence is massive, even to this day, with bands such as Beartooth and Deftones.
6. Underoath - They're Only Chasing Safety (2004)
They're Only Chasing Safety is often imitated but never duplicated by countless scene bands.
5. Sunny Day Real Estate - Diary (1994)
Sunny Day Real Estate's Diary is widely considered the greatest emo record ever made.
4. At The Drive In - Relationship of Command (2001)
If this band hadn't broken up shortly after making the record, we wouldn't have The Mars Volta.
3. Refused - The Shape of Punk to Come
The Shape of Punk to Come is considered to be one of the most influential punk albums of the last 20 years.
2. Poison The Well - The Opposite of December
Modern metalcore bands should be paying royalties to Poison The Well.
1. At The Gates - Slaughter of the Soul
Any self respecting metalcore fan should respect and be acquainted with this band. Whether you like them or not, their influence is massive and widespread.