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Florida

So I have been living in Florida almost two years after moving from the rmusical wasteland that is Maine. To honor this, I have decided to make a top r20 of favorite Florida artists and bands
20Trick Daddy
Thugs Are Us


Baby Cuz I'm A Thug
19combatwoundedveteran
I Know A Girl Who Develops Crime Scene Photos


Intense grindcore band who broke up before reaching their full potential
18Torche
Harmonicraft


There is something really fun about the poppy riffs
17Kamelot
Karma


With Roy Khan, these guys created a string of unbelievable power metal albums. One of the few power metal bands that is recommended for everyone
16Assuck
Misery Index


A seminal and excellent grind core group.
15 Matchbox 20
Yourself Or Someone Like You


Band could write some fucking radio rock songs.
14Deicide
Legion


A band more often overshadowed by the shenanigans of Glen Benton, they are still one of the best known metal bands of all time, with multiple classics of the genre.
13Obituary
Slowly We Rot


A Florida DM band? No way! One of the first big selling Death Metal bands, helping pave the way for many other greats of the genre.
12Less Than Jake
Losing Streak


A punk band that has persevered with surprising consistency while also being torchbearers for 90s punk
11Tom Petty
Full Moon Fever


An artist that I never appreciated until recently, he is considered a legend for a reason.
10Underoath
Define The Great Line


A band that aged like fine wine during their tenure, hitting a peak with DTGL and keeping that quality until their death. They are missed.
9Cynic
Focus


Yet another in a huge list of fantastic Florida DM bands. Having released two unbelievable full lengths, they have cemented their place among the greatest metal bands.
8Shai Hulud
That Within Blood Ill-Tempered


One of the landmark bands of their genre. Whenever you think they're finally dead for good, they release an album that knocks you on your ass.
7Anberlin
Cities


Another band that hit me at the right time. A band that truly grew alongside me.
6Atheist
Unquestionable Presence


One of the best technical bands to ever exist, and after 17 years away, has returned with a vengeance.
5Morbid Angel
Altars Of Madness


Azagthoth reigns
4Against Me!
Searching For A Former Clarity


Laura Jane Grace has created some of my absolute favorite songs, and is an inspiration to everyone who feels trapped within their own body.
3Poison The Well
You Come Before You


Poison The Well is one of those bands that struck me at the perfect time, and were incredibly consistent throughout their career. I miss them so much.
2Hot Water Music
Caution


Maybe my favorite punk band of all time, Chuck Ragan (aka punk Jesus) and company have never released an album I didn't like.
1Death
Human


Of course this was going to be number one. One of the best bands of all time, true legends
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