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Alternative rock is generally understood to have begun in the late 1970s and early 1980s, primarily in the United Kingdom, starting with protopunk, punk, post punk, and new wave. Reaching a commercial and critical peak in the 1990s, alternative rock acts are still popular today and AAA radio is a common format.

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Albums Lou Reed releases Rock 'n' Roll Animal

1969[edit]

Albums

1970[edit]

Bands formed

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1971[edit]

Bands formed

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1972[edit]

Bands formed

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1973[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

Events

1974[edit]

Bands formed

1975[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

1976[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

1977[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

1978[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

Events

1979[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

1980[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

Disbandments

  • Wire
  • Joy Division

Events

1981[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

Events

1982[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

Events

  • The Haçienda nightclub opens in Manchester, England.

1983[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Bauhaus
  • Mission of Burma

Albums

Events

  • R.E.M.'s album Murmur is named Rolling Stone's best album of 1983.
  • Creation Records is founded by Alan McGee.

1984[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

Events

1985[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Minutemen

Reunions

  • The Feelies
  • Wire

Albums

Events

1986[edit]

Bands formed

Albums

Events

  • MTV begins airing 120 Minutes, a program devoted to videos by alternative artists.
  • NME magazine in the UK releases the C86 cassette compilation, which becomes a seminal release in British indie rock.

1987[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Hüsker Dü
  • The Smiths

Albums

  • 10,000 Maniacs – In My Tribe
  • Big Black – Songs About Fucking
  • Butthole Surfers – Locust Abortion Technician
  • The Cure – Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
  • Depeche Mode – Music for the Masses
  • Dinosaur Jr. – You're Living All Over Me
  • Echo & the Bunnymen – Echo & the Bunnymen
  • Faith No More - Introduce Yourself
  • Felt – Poem of the River
  • Guadalcanal Diary – 2X4
  • Guided by Voices – Devil Between My Toes
  • Guided by Voices – Sandbox
  • Happy Mondays – Squirrel and G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out)
  • The Housemartins – The People Who Grinned Themselves to Death
  • Hüsker Dü – Warehouse: Songs and Stories
  • Jane's Addiction – Jane's Addiction
  • The Jesus and Mary Chain – Darklands
  • The Lemonheads – Hate Your Friends
  • Love and Rockets – Earth, Sun, Moon
  • Midnight Oil – Diesel and Dust (breakthrough)
  • Pixies – Come on Pilgrim
  • Primal Scream – Sonic Flower Groove
  • Public Image Ltd – Happy?
  • R.E.M. – Document (breakthrough)
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Uplift Mofo Party Plan
  • The Replacements – Pleased to Meet Me
  • Soundgarden;- Screaming Life
  • Scratch Acid – Berserker
  • Siouxsie and the Banshees – Through the Looking Glass
  • The Sisters of Mercy – Floodland
  • The Smiths – Strangeways, Here We Come
  • Sonic Youth – Sister
  • U2 — The Joshua Tree
  • The Wedding Present – George Best
  • Wire – The Ideal Copy

Events

  • R.E.M.'s "The One I Love" unexpectedly becomes a Top Ten hit on the American pop charts, helping to increase alternative rock's mainstream profile and earning the band a major label deal.
  • No Doubt's original lead singer John Spence commits suicide.
  • MTV introduces the Buzz Bin in the fall of 1987, which put various alternative videos into special rotation for a period of time. Many of these videos would become breakout hits and enter normal heavy rotation as well as the top 40, especially during the alternative boom of the following decade.

1988[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Big Black
  • Green River
  • The Housemartins

Albums

Events

1989[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Guadalcanal Diary
  • Dream Syndicate
  • Felt

Albums

Events

  • New Order, Public Image Ltd, and The Sugarcubes embark on the "Monsters of Alternative Rock" tour.
  • Matador Records is founded.
  • The documentary film 101 is released, telling the story of how Depeche Mode became a major draw in the United States without any major radio airplay and climaxing with their famous Rose Bowl concert in Pasadena, California.
  • Mike Patton becomes the new frontman of Faith No More.
  • Love and Rockets scores a surprise smash with So Alive, which peaks at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and tops the Modern Rock chart for 5 weeks.
  • The Cure also scores a major hit with "Lovesong", peaking at #2 on the Billboard singles charts. The album Disintegration is their most critically and commercially successful album.
  • Soundgarden signs a major label deal with A&M Records, the first Seattle act to do so.

1990[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Camper Van Beethoven
  • Mother Love Bone

Albums

Events

1991[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Galaxie 500
  • Jane's Addiction
  • The Replacements
  • Spacemen 3
  • Talk Talk
  • Talking Heads

Albums

Events

1992[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • The Feelies
  • The Happy Mondays
  • Pixies
  • Public Image Ltd
  • The Sugarcubes
  • Wire (second disbandment)

Albums

Events

  • Alternative rock fully breaks into the American mainstream consciousness, as albums and singles by bands such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Toad the Wet Sprocket, R.E.M., Soul Asylum, The Cure, and Nine Inch Nails reach the Top 40 of the Billboard charts. Most notable: Nirvana's Nevermind dethrones Michael Jackson's Dangerous from the top of the Billboard 200 chart
  • Pearl Jam's Ten breaks into the top 10 after nine months of release, helped by months of heavy touring and MTV exposure, eventually peaking at #2, and remaining near the top for many weeks thereafter.
  • The grunge speak hoax appears in the November 15 issue of The New York Times.
  • Trent Reznor founds Nothing Records.
  • Merge Records is founded by members of Superchunk.
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers' guitarist John Frusciante quits the band; he returns in 1998.
  • Factory Records declares bankruptcy. The label had been placed in dire financial straits due to Happy Mondays' album Yes Please! going significantly over-budget—to the point of burning through most of Factory's funds—and failing to turn a profit, and because of delays suffered by New Order in releasing a follow-up album to 1989's Technique. London Records attempted to buy out Factory, but backed out of the deal due to the latter's lack of contracts giving their artists full rights to their backlogs; many of these artists would sign on to London Records following Factory's closure.

1993[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Echo & the Bunnymen
  • The House of Love

Reunions

  • The Buzzcocks

Albums

Events

  • Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder appears on the cover of the October 25 issue of Time as part of its feature article on the rising popularity of alternative rock. The band's massive night at the year's Video Music Awards with Jeremy leads to a disillusionment with creating music videos, which they stop doing for five years. Even so, their second album, Vs., sells approximately 950,000 copies in its opening week, setting a record for opening week sales.
  • Nirvana plays MTV Unplugged on November 18.
  • 1991: The Year Punk Broke, a documentary chronicling the Summer 1991 European tour of Sonic Youth, is released. The film also features Courtney Love of Hole, Dinosaur Jr., Ramones, and most notably, Nirvana, a month shy of the release of their breakthrough Nevermind.
  • Former Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro joins the Red Hot Chili Peppers after numerous guitarist changes.
  • New Order goes on a 5-year hiatus following the release of Republic.

1994[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Adorable
  • Codeine
  • Nirvana
  • Uncle Tupelo

Albums

Events

  • Kurt Cobain of Nirvana commits suicide on April 5; his body is found three days later. Cobain's suicide sends shockwaves though the music community, serving as a catalyst for the decline of the grunge movement.
  • Kristen Pfaff of Hole dies on June 16.
  • Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun" becomes a hit single; the album Superunknown debuts at #1 on the album charts. Some cite it as the last major hit of the grunge era.
  • The term post-rock is coined by Simon Reynolds to describe the music of the likes of Stereolab and Disco Inferno.
  • Manic Street Preachers' Richey Edwards is admitted to a psychiatric hospital around the release of The Holy Bible and misses some shows.
  • The Brett Anderson/Bernard Butler songwriting partnership of Suede is ended when Butler walks out over musical differences.
  • The music video for Weezer's "Buddy Holly" is included on the Windows 95 operating system disc.
  • Mazzy Star has some success with the single "Fade into You", becoming the biggest hit for dream pop in the mainstream.
  • Pearl Jam confronts Ticketmaster when they add service charges to concert tickets.

1995[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • American Music Club
  • Drive Like Jehu
  • Kyuss
  • Meat Puppets
  • Slowdive
  • Sunny Day Real Estate
  • The Verve (reform in 1996)

Albums

Events

  • Shannon Hoon of Blind Melon is found dead on October 21.
  • Richard James Edwards of the Manic Street Preachers disappears on February 1; he is presumed deceased thirteen years later. The following year, the band released Journal for Plague Lovers containing only songs penned by Edwards.
  • The Smashing Pumpkins release Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 and selling nearly 10 million copies becoming the most successful double album in alternative rock.
  • Third wave ska becomes popular, with bands such as No Doubt, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Reel Big Fish, and Sublime seeing commercial success.
  • The "Battle of Britpop" occurs between Blur and Oasis when they release their "Country House" and "Roll With It" singles on the same day.
  • Alan Wilder leaves Depeche Mode, claiming lack of credit for the band's work and Dave Gahan's battle with drugs as primary reasons for leaving. The band continues as a three-piece band.

1996[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Pale Saints
  • The Pogues
  • Ride
  • Siouxsie and the Banshees
  • The Stone Roses
  • Sublime

Reunions

  • Echo & the Bunnymen

Albums

Events

  • The Smashing Pumpkins' touring keyboardist Jonathan Melvoin dies of an overdose on July 12 while using heroin with drummer Jimmy Chamberlin. Chamberlin is subsequently fired and the band continues as a three-piece until his return in 1999.
  • Alice in Chains makes their last appearance with singer Layne Staley on MTV Unplugged.
  • Hype!, a documentary about the grunge scene of the early 1990s, is released.
  • R.E.M. sign a new deal with Warner Bros. worth million. At the time, it was the largest record contract in history.
  • Bradley Nowell of genre-crossing band Sublime dies of a heroin overdose. The band splits up soon after Nowell's death.
  • Oasis performs for 225,000 in two nights at Knebworth. Ticket applications for the show were in excess of 1 million.
  • A studio fire destroys the master tapes for Sub Sub's second album, but the band decide to start from scratch on a third album, renaming themselves Doves.
  • Chris Acland drummer of Lush is found dead from suicide at his parent's house. Thus ending Lush. Lush officially announced their breakup in 1998

1997[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Cocteau Twins
  • Failure
  • Gin Blossoms
  • Jane's Addiction
  • Porno for Pyros
  • Soundgarden – believed by many to signal the end of grunge's mainstream success[3]
  • Throwing Muses
  • The Wedding Present
  • Weezer

Reunions

  • Jane's Addiction
  • Sunny Day Real Estate
  • The Verve

Albums

Events

  • Solo artist Jeff Buckley dies on 29 May as a result of accidental drowning in the Mississippi River.
  • Jane's Addiction reunites; later that year, they disband again.
  • On hiatus while Scott Weiland is in rehab and working on a solo album, members of Stone Temple Pilots form Talk Show; the new band lasts for only a short time.
  • R.E.M. drummer Bill Berry announces his retirement; the rest of the band continue as a three-piece.
  • Oasis' Be Here Now becomes the UK's fastest-selling album.
  • Radiohead release album OK Computer which hits in over 1000 charts.[4]

1998[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Black Grape
  • Faith No More
  • Goats Don't Shave
  • Helmet
  • Kerbdog
  • The Lemonheads
  • Lush
  • Shudder to Think

Reunions

  • Bauhaus

Albums

Events

  • For the first year since it began, Lollapalooza does not take place, and goes on hiatus for six years.
  • John Frusciante returns to the Red Hot Chili Peppers after a six-year hiatus.
  • New Order returns to performing after an 8-year hiatus.

1999[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Blind Melon – after years of struggling to continue on without Shannon Hoon.
  • The Boo Radleys
  • Far
  • The Jesus Lizard
  • The Jesus and Mary Chain
  • Kula Shaker
  • Love and Rockets
  • Luscious Jackson
  • Pavement
  • The Rentals
  • The Verve (second disbandment)

Reunions

  • Wire (second reunion)
  • Weezer

Albums

Events

  • The No WTO Combo attempts to play at the WTO Meeting of 1999, but are unable to do so due to conflicts with the police.
  • They Might Be Giants release "Long Tall Weekend" which is the first major full-length album released exclusively on the Internet by an established band.

2000[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • At the Drive-In
  • Catherine Wheel
  • Hum
  • Rage Against the Machine
  • The Rentals
  • Screaming Trees
  • The Smashing Pumpkins
  • Soul Coughing

Reunions

  • Meat Puppets

Albums

Events

  • The Smashing Pumpkins announce their breakup, indicating that "Machina" was intended as their final album during production, and play a farewell concert on December 2. They release Machina II/The Friends & Enemies of Modern Music for free to music downloaders on the internet after feuds between Billy Corgan and Virgin Music emerged.
  • Soul Coughing split up in 2000 after longstand arguments over royalties following their biggest releases Irresistible Bliss and El Oso.

2001[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • The Afghan Whigs
  • At The Drive-In
  • Elastica
  • Fastbacks
  • Sunny Day Real Estate (second disbandment)
  • Toadies

Albums

Events

2002[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Bush
  • Hole
  • Eraserheads
  • Spacehog

Reunions

  • Gin Blossoms
  • Jane's Addiction (second reunion)
  • Siouxsie and the Banshees
  • Talking Heads

Albums

Events

2003[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Blur
  • The Cranberries
  • Mansun
  • Shed Seven
  • Stone Temple Pilots
  • Zwan

Albums

Events

  • The first Lollapalooza in six years takes place.
  • Elliott Smith dies at age 34.

2004[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Guided by Voices
  • The Libertines
  • Sixpence None the Richer
  • The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
  • Suede

Reunions

  • Kula Shaker
  • Helmet
  • Pixies
  • The Wedding Present

Albums

Events

  • Influential British DJ John Peel, whose advocacy helped increase the profiles of many punk and alternative acts, dies on October 25.
  • Pixies reunite and release a new single entitled "Bam Thwok".
  • Lollapalooza is cancelled due to low ticket sales.
  • Brett Anderson quits Suede and reunites with former Suede bandmate Bernard Butler to form The Tears.
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers release their first ever live album Live in Hyde Park. The album was recorded during the three record breaking shows performed in Hyde Park, London. The shows broke the record for the most money made at a live show (a record previously held by The Beatles).
  • No Doubt goes on hiatus while frontwoman Gwen Stefani pursues a solo career.

2005[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Curve
  • Guided by Voices
  • Luna
  • blink-182
  • The Calling

Reunions

  • The House of Love
  • The Lemonheads

Albums

Events

  • U2 are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
  • Billy Corgan announces his intention to reform The Smashing Pumpkins after five years of disbandment.
  • Audioslave become only the second major rock band to play a gig in Cuba, following Manic Street Preachers in 2001.
  • Garbage announce a long hiatus after their final show supporting Bleed Like Me.
  • The surviving members of Alice in Chains reform to play their first concert in nine years at a tsunami benefit concert with former Damageplan vocalist Pat Lachman. The band launches a world tour with William Duvall taking the vocal spot, while many guests vocalists perform at various shows, including Maynard James Keenan, Billy Corgan and Phil Anselmo.

2006[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Clor
  • Sleater-Kinney
  • Grandaddy

Reunions

  • The Smashing Pumpkins
  • Toadies

Albums

Events

2007[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Audioslave
  • The Beautiful South
  • The Cooper Temple Clause

Reunions

  • Garbage
  • The Jesus and Mary Chain
  • My Bloody Valentine
  • Rage Against the Machine
  • Shed Seven
  • Shudder to Think
  • The Verve (second reunion)

Albums

Events

  • R.E.M. are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
  • Audioslave disbands after third album: Cornell returned to a solo career for the time being; Commerford, Wilk and Morello performed with Zach De La Rocha as Rage Against The Machine at Coachella Music Festival playing together for the first time since 2001.
  • The Smashing Pumpkins perform their first concerts since 2000.
  • Conflicting reports are released about the status of New Order, with bassist Peter Hook insisting that band has broken up, while Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris issued a statement denying Hook's statements. Regardless, the band proceeds to remain inactive for four years.
  • Factory Records founder Tony Wilson dies; his casket is assigned the final Factory catalog number to date, FAC-501.
  • My Bloody Valentine reunite, and announce plans to release a third album that they have been working on since 1996.
  • Radiohead releases In Rainbows over the Internet and allows fans to set their own purchase price.

2008[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Bauhaus

Reunions

  • Eraserheads
  • Far
  • Love and Rockets
  • No Doubt
  • Spacehog
  • Stone Temple Pilots
  • Sixpence None the Richer

Albums

Events

  • Thirteen years after his disappearance, Manic Street Preachers' Richard James Edwards is officially declared dead in absentia in November.
  • After two solo albums, Gwen Stefani reunites with No Doubt to begin songwriting and subsequent tour in 2009.
  • After six years since they disbanded, Eraserheads performs again in one stage in their Reunion Concert held in The Fort, Taguig City Metro Manila. But after 15 songs, the concert was cut short when Lead Vocalist Ely Buendia was rushed to the hospital for medical attention.
  • Scott Weiland leaves Velvet Revolver to reunite with Stone Temple Pilots for a reunion tour starting in 2008, and a new album in 2010.
  • John Frusciante leaves Red Hot Chili Peppers a second time.
  • Nine Inch Nails releases Ghosts I-IV and The Slip under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-SA) license.

2009[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Dirty Pretty Things
  • Fall Out Boy
  • Oasis
  • Shudder to Think (second disbandment)
  • Silver Jews
  • The Verve (third disbandment)
  • Violent Femmes

Reunions

  • blink-182
  • Blur
  • Guano Apes
  • Hole
  • Skunk Anansie
  • Sunny Day Real Estate (second reunion)

Albums

Events

2010[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • Far (second disbandment)
  • Supergrass
  • Sparklehorse

Reunions

  • Bush
  • Faith No More
  • Guided by Voices
  • The Libertines
  • Pavement
  • Soundgarden
  • Suede

Albums

Events

2011[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

  • R.E.M.
  • The White Stripes
  • Thursday

Reunions

  • Archers of Loaf
  • Pulp
  • The Stone Roses
  • Endless Bob Brown

Albums

  • Arctic Monkeys – Suck It And See
  • Atlas Sound – Parallax
  • The Black Keys - El Camino
  • Beady Eye – Different Gear, Still Speeding
  • Björk – Biophilia
  • blink-182 – Neighbourhoods
  • Bright Eyes – The People's Key
  • Bush – The Sea of Memories
  • Cake – Showroom of Compassion
  • Cage the Elephant – Thank You, Happy Birthday
  • Carolina Liar – Wild Blessed Freedom
  • Coldplay – Mylo Xyloto
  • Cults – Cults
  • The Decemberists – The King Is Dead
  • The Drums – Portamento
  • Eisley – The Valley
  • Elbow – Build a Rocket Boys!
  • Evanescence – Evanescence
  • Foo Fighters – Wasting Light
  • Foster the People – Torches (breakthrough)
  • Fountains of Wayne – Sky Full of Holes
  • Friendly Fires – Pala
  • Girls – Father, Son, Holy Ghost
  • Gorillaz – The Fall
  • Guano Apes – Bel Air
  • Hard-Fi – Killer Sounds
  • The Horrors – Skying
  • Incubus – If Not Now, When?
  • Jane's Addiction – The Great Escape Artist
  • Jónsi – Go
  • Kaiser Chiefs – The Future Is Medieval
  • Kasabian – Velociraptor!
  • The Kooks – Junk of the Heart
  • Mogwai – Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will
  • Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds – Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
  • The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – Belong
  • Panic! at the Disco – Vices & Virtues
  • PJ Harvey – Let England Shake
  • Portugal. The Man – In the Mountain in the Cloud
  • Primus – Green Naugahyde
  • Radiohead – The King of Limbs
  • The Rapture – In the Grace of Your Love
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers – I'm with You
  • R.E.M. – Collapse into Now
  • Social Distortion – Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes
  • St. Vincent – Strange Mercy
  • The Strokes – Angles
  • Switchfoot – Vice Verses
  • They Might Be Giants – Join Us
  • Thursday – No Devolución
  • Tonight Alive - What Are You So Scared Of?
  • TV on the Radio – Nine Types of Light
  • The Vines – Future Primitive
  • Twenty One Pilots – Regional at Best
  • White Lies – Ritual
  • Wire – Red Barked Tree
  • Yellowcard – When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes

Events

  • Mike Starr, former bassist of Alice in Chains, dies of an overdose on March 8.
  • Arcade Fire wins the Album of the Year award at the Grammy Awards.
  • Thirty Seconds to Mars set a Guinness World Record for the most shows played during a single album cycle.
  • Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth separate after 27 years of marriage. Consequently, the band itself goes on hiatus.

2012[edit]

Bands formed

Disbandments

Reunions

  • Codeine

Deaths

  • Mitch Lucker, lead singer of metal band Suicide Silence, after a motorcycle accident at Huntington Beach, California

Albums

2013[edit]

Bands formed

Events

  • On February 3, 2013, My Bloody Valentine releases "m b v", their third title, and first album since their 22-year-long hiatus began in 1991.[5]
  • Sonic Youth disbands, with the separation of Moore and Gordon's marriage.
  • Nine Inch Nails returns on tour in February, supporting the new album "Hesitation Marks".

Disbandments

  • My Chemical Romance
  • Elektric Orbit
  • Lostprophets
  • Sonic Youth

Deaths

  • Lou Reed, founder of Velvet Underground, and frequent collaborator with Alt Rock acts.
  • Chi Cheng, Deftones bassist after nearly 5 years of medical complications from an automotive collision.

Reunions

  • Elektric Orbit
  • Fall Out Boy

Albums

  • !!! - Thr!!!er
  • 30 Seconds to Mars - Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams
  • The 1975 - The 1975
  • A Day to Remember - Common Courtesy
  • AFI - Burials
  • Alice in Chains - The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here
  • Arcade Fire - Reflektor
  • Arctic Monkeys - AM
  • Barenaked Ladies - Grinning Streak
  • Bastille - Bad Blood
  • Bosnian Rainbows - Bosnian Rainbows
  • Biffy Clyro - Opposites
  • Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Specter at the Feast
  • Blue October - Sway
  • British Sea Power - Machineries of Joy
  • Cage The Elephant - Melophobia
  • The Courteeners - Anna
  • Depeche Mode - Delta Machine
  • Echosmith - Talking Dreams
  • Eels - Wonderful, Glorious
  • Fall Out Boy - Save Rock And Roll
  • Foals - Holy Fire
  • Filter - The Sun Comes Out Tonight
  • Franz Ferdinand - Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action
  • Frightened Rabbit - Pedestrian Verse
  • Jim James - Regions of Light and Sound of God
  • Jimmy Eat World - Damage
  • Johnny Marr - The Messenger
  • The Joy Formidable - Wolf's Law
  • Kings of Leon - Mechanical Bull
  • Local Natives - Hummingbird
  • Manic Street Preachers - Rewind the Film
  • MGMT - MGMT
  • My Bloody Valentine - MBV
  • The National - Trouble Will Find Me
  • New Order - Lost Sirens
  • New Politics - A Bad Girl in Harlem
  • Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Push The Sky Away
  • Nine Inch Nails - Hesitation Marks
  • Panic! At the Disco - Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!
  • Palma Violets - 180
  • Paramore - Paramore
  • Pearl Jam - Lightning Bolt
  • Placebo - Loud Like Love
  • Portugal. The Man – Evil Friends
  • Primal Scream - More Light
  • Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork
  • The Red Paintings - The Revolution Is Never Coming
  • Savages - Silence Yourself
  • Stereophonics - Graffiti on the Train
  • The Strokes - Comedown Machine
  • Suede - Bloodsports
  • Three Days Grace - Transit of Venus
  • Tonight Alive - The Other Side
  • Travis - Where You Stand
  • Twenty One Pilots – Vessel
  • Vampire Weekend Modern Vampires of the City
  • Wavves - Afraid of Heights
  • White Lies - Big TV
  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Mosquito
  • Yo La Tengo - Fade
  • Youth Lagoon - Wondrous Bughouse

2014[edit]

Bands formed

Reunions

  • Slowdive
  • The Libertines
  • Ride

Albums

2015[edit]

Disbandments

  • Klaxons

Events

  • In November 2015, Foo Fighters announce an open-ended hiatus after releasing the EP, Saint Cecilia.

Reunions

  • The Bluetones

Deaths

  • Scott Weiland, former vocalist of Stone Temple Pilots dies on December 3.

Albums

2016[edit]

Reunions

  • At the Drive-In
  • Thursday
  • The Number Twelve Looks Like You

Deaths

  • David Bowie dies on January 10 due to liver cancer, just two days after the release of his final album, .

Albums

2017[edit]

Deaths

  • Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and Audioslave hangs himself on May 18.
  • Chester Bennington of Linkin Park hangs himself on July 20.

Albums

2018[edit]

Deaths

  • Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries dies by accidental drowning on January 15.

Albums

2019[edit]

Albums

References[edit]

  1. ^ OMFUG, CBGB &. "CBGB History". CBGB & OMFUG. Retrieved August 12, 2018.
  2. ^ Cap'n Jazz
  3. ^ St. Peter Times staff writer (1997). "Soundgarden's End Called the End of Grunge" Stargate.net . Retrieved September 27, 2006.
  4. ^ OK Computer (album) by Radiohead : Best Ever Albums
  5. ^ Ratliff, Chinen, Caramanica. "New Albums by My Bloody Valentine, Josh Groban, and Tim McGraw". New York Times. Retrieved February 7, 2013.CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)

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