Brandon Flowers is the lead singer of The Killers, a rock band for the ages. In 2002, abandoned by Blush Response, Brandon attended an Oasis concert and was inspired to dedicate his musical career to a full-fledged rock band. Later that year, he responded to a scouting ad submitted to a local Vegas newspaper by Dave Keuning and the two began writing songs almost immediately.
In the Spring of 2004, an Australian group known as The Vines quickly became one of the hottest bands in the world, topping charts and mentioned in the same
breath as bands such as Nirvana. Lead singer/songwriter Craig Nicholls was
well-known for his unpredictable behavior and marijuana smoking, as well as his unhealthy
burger-only diet. Rude and uncommunicative in interviews, Nicholls was prone to messing up photographs with goofy
faces and his wild-eyed, guitar-smashing antics, enthralling a new generation of young music fans.
Just a decade ago, as leader of the Strokes, he was the New York messiah who was supposed to rescue rock 'n' roll. Julian recently to GQ Magazine "When I think of rock ’n’ roll, I just think of, like…the ’60s…like, tassels…," Casablancas mutters, wincing. He says that being what NME once called, in its usual understated way, "the most exciting young rock group on Earth" wasn’t fun then, and living down the legacy of that has been even worse, mentally and physically, for everyone involved.
Falling Away from Me by Korn
Bert McCracken, basically, a chain smoking dirty rock boy. He's amazingly poetic and has an incredible voice. He's altogether some seriously talented hot shit.