A list of sad bands I like (Trigger Warning maybe)

Discussion in 'The Coffee House' started by Joshy, Apr 26, 2015.

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  1. Joshy

    Joshy Well-Known Member

    Now by the looks of this list one might say this is pretty much a list of bands that will make you want to kill yourself.
    That is fairly accurate, yes. Most of these bands have a lot of very sad songs of which people listen (I myself included) when they feel depressed or suicidal.
    But I find that sadness is beautiful in a sense that is can relieve emotional stress and help a lot.
    So hope this list helps in some way. I love all these bands.

    Neutral Milk Hotel
    The Smiths
    From First To Last
    The Honorary Title
    Park Jefferson
    The Exploration
    Our Sunday Affairs
    The Front Bottoms
    Sunny Day Real Estate
    Jimmy Eat World
    Texas Is The Reason
    American Football
    The Promise Ring
    Bright Eyes
    Fall Out Boy
    Joie De Vivre
    Cap'n Jazz
    The Get Up Kids
    Christie Front Drive
    Midwest Emo Revival
    Coheed & Cambria
    Simple Plan
    My Chemical Romance
    Three Days Grace
    Taking Back Sunday
    The Wonder Years
    Pianos Become The Teeth
    Emo Side Project
    Dashboard Confessional
    Green Day
    Hawthorne Heights
    Bloodhound Gang
    Jamestown Story/And Then I Turned Seven
    Funeral For a Friend
    The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die
    Empire! Empire!
    Joseph Anthony Camerlengo
    This Is My Suitcase
    The Strokes
  2. Joshy

    Joshy Well-Known Member

    Some that might be a little hard to find on Youtube but they are there:
    Leiah, Our Sunday Affairs, Joseph Anthony Camerlengo (Thats all on Bandcamp), The Smiths, and I think those are the hard ones. Especially Leiah probably. So here's a link to Leiah..

  3. expendableem

    expendableem Member

    You have an impeccable taste in music, sir. Might I suggest Papa Roach, though? They've got a lot of sad songs that are really relatable. Some of their songs can definitely be triggering though...
  4. AsphyxiateOnMisery

    AsphyxiateOnMisery Well-Known Member

    I love AFI, they're awesome. Been a fan for like 10 years now. I would also suggest Godsmack, though :)
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