|so yeah, need good punk/alt rock/grunge drumming|
any other math rock band
|dave lombardo sucks though|
|I LOVE your list, kiss me, feel me,...|
ahem...as for the recs
in case of fire: align the planets
the new regime: speaking through the white noise
the reign of kindo: this is what happens
motion city soundtrack:commit this to memory
the memorials: the memorials
|wow hype i thought we were cool every day we grow further and further apart rip|
|but he is a shitty drummer! hes so sloppy and his fills are kind of pretty gay|
plus he admitted once he cant play anything off divine intervention cause its too hard
|Gospel - The a Moon is a Dead World|
|"but he is a shitty drummer! hes so sloppy and his fills are kind of pretty gay"|
no, no and no
|dude have u even heard raining blood live at the end he goes like dkdkdkd but 9540954 times faster than the album its like wow only a god could do it well not a god but a CACO DAEMON|
|This Town Needs Guns-both albums. Insanely fun to play.|
The Wonder Years-Suburbia, I've Given You All And Now I'm Nothing. Good for the style you described.
American Football-American Football
The Dismemberment Plan-Change. Again, lots of fun.
Glassjaw-Worship and Tribute
Circa Survive-Juturna. Steve Clifford is an extremely underrated drummer. His groves on this are awesome.
|An Orgy of Critics - Say Anything|
|The Dillinger Escape Plan|
All Pigs Must Die
The Mars Volta
|aspid - extravasation |
|Coheed and Cambria - In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3|
Descendents - Milo Goes to College
Glassjaw-Worship and Tribute
And they're not exactly the greatest band ever but a little bit of Paramore - Brand New Eyes is always good for drum warm ups / ideas.
|yeah i actually love paramore's drummer.|
and i pretty much know all of the metal and prog stuff already, i'm looking for simpler stuff with a lot of variety. there are a few here i'm definitely gonna check out.
|Me being a drummer in an alt band myself, some of my biggest inspirations have been Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, and Travis Barker. Since those are already in the list, the other big one I have is Coby from Say Anything. Here are some SA songs that are slick|
An Orgy of Critics
Mara and Me
Death For My Birthday
I Will Never Write An Obligatory Song...
|I 2nd american football has some of the most creative drumming ive ever heard|
|When I'm playing rock Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins are my main inspirations, so:|
QOTSA- Songs For The Deaf
Anything else Grohl has been on, e.g. Probot, Killing Joke.
Foos- The Colour and The Shape, anything else in their discography really.
Them Crooked Vultures
Other general rock drumming recs:
Graveyard- Hisingen Blues
Kyuss- Welcome to Sky Valley
A Perfect Circle- Mer De Noms
Baroness- Yellow and Green
Dinosaur Jr.- You're Living All Over Me
Black Stone Cherry
Rage Against The Machine
|Matt's Cameron work in "Badmotorfinger" is perfect. Also if you want to hear some good beats, Big Business "Mind the Drift" is a good choice.|
|i love say anything, haven't listened to them much lately so i will have to go back and pay more attention to the drumming. when i get home from work i'm gonna listen to the rest of these. thanks everbody |
|Underoath - Define the Great Line, Aaron has some solid fills that can work anywhere|
|Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare|
Manchester Orchestra - Mean Everything to Nothing
Every Time I Die - Hot Damn!
Kyuss-Blues For The Red Sun
Alice in Chains-Facelift
|you can't leave out|
Bomb The Music Industry! - Vacation
|Frank Zappa - Shutup N Play Yer Guitar|
|At the Drive-In - Relationship of command|
|listen to proggy shit for inspirational drumming|
|Thrice - Artist in the Ambulance|
Altrock and metal mixed into one. Try Cold Cash and Colder Hearts, Melting Point of Wax, and the title track. Good luck :)