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    • PVRIS, “Hallucinations” In the heat of August, PVRIS dropped “Hallucinations,” the triumphant statement of an established electro-rock group realizing its pop instincts while maintaining the vicious edge that earned them a fervent fanbase throughout the 2010s.
    • Fontaines D.C., “Boys in the Better Land” From first listen, Fontaines D.C.’ s Dogrel centerpiece rattles you to the core. Frontman Grian Chatten isn’t a just singer here — he’s an evangelist, a carnival barker, a swaggering dispenser of deadpanned musings on the identity of Northern Ireland, based on a conversation he had with a Dublin cab driver who “only smokes Carrolls.”
    • Vampire Weekend, “Harmony Hall” When Vampire Weekend dropped Modern Vampires of the City in 2013, Ariana Grande had yet to release a studio album. By the time Father of the Bride appeared in May 2019, she had five.
    • Lil Peep & iLoveMakonnen feat. Fall Out Boy, “I’ve Been Waiting” The world lost Lil Peep before it got to see the full breadth of his genre-mixing genius, but across his 21 years and numerous releases, Gustav Åhr’s knack for marrying rap with emotional punk rock was well-documented.
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    1. Godsmack's single "When Legends Rise" tops the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songschart for five weeks, in a run that began in December 2018. It is their ninth song to top the chart. 2. The Glorious Sons single "S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun)" tops the Mainstream Rock songs chart, their first song to do so. It stays there for four weeks. 3. Bring Me the Horizon's sixth studio album, Amo, named one of the most anticipated albums of 2019, is released. It is released to mixed reception; it is the num...

    February

    1. Ghost's single "Dance Macabre" tops the Mainstream Rock chart for two weeks.It is their third song to top it, all since 2017. 2. Five Finger Death Punch's single "When the Seasons Change" tops the Mainstream Rock Chart for a week. 3. Greta Van Fleet wins the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album for their release From the Fires. 4. Katatonia announce their return from hiatusin time to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their album Night Is the New Day.

    March

    1. Greta Van Fleet's single "You're the One" tops the Mainstream Rock Chart. It is the band's fourth single in a row to do so. They tie The Pretty Reckless as the only band to have their first four official singles to top the chart.It stays atop of the chart for 2 weeks. 2. Disturbed's single "A Reason to Fight" tops the Mainstream Rock chart. It is their sixth single in a row to top it, a record for the chart. It is the band's ninth song to top the chart. It stays at the top of the chart for...

    January 1 – Kris Kelmi, Russian rock musician, dies of a cardiac arrest caused by alcohol abuse, aged 63.
    January 11 – Marc Paganini, founder of Swiss hard rock band Paganini, dies aged 57.
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    • Vampire Weekend, Father of the Bride. In the half-decade following Vampire Weekend’s 2013 masterpiece Modern Vampires of the City, many wondered if rock was dead, dying, or in desperate need of resuscitation.
    • Oso Oso, Basking in the Glow. There’s certainly something ineffable about the understated pop-rock majesty of Long Beach-bred indie outfit Oso Oso’s breakout album: No one thing about it is as stunning as just how much every part of it seems to be exactly where it should be.
    • Brittany Howard, Jaime. One listen through the first ten seconds of “13th Century Meta,l” and it’s clear that Brittany Howard shirked expectations in the best way with her debut solo album.
    • Slipknot, We Are Not Your Kind. Slipknot’s never been one for missteps anyway, but with We Are Not Your Kind, the metal masters finally have a worthy follow-up to 2001’s Iowa.
    • Shinedown. 1,768. 1,063. Buy on Amazon. More Shinedown.
    • Disturbed. 593. 409. Buy on Amazon. More Disturbed.
    • Breaking Benjamin. 624. 432. Buy on Amazon.
    • Three Days Grace. 554. 383. Buy on Amazon. More Three Days Grace.
    • Billie Eilish, “Bad Guy” In 2019, Billie Eilish grew from hotly hyped alt-radio weirdo to pop’s ultimate tastemaker. She released her debut album, pretty much broke Coachella, unseated the longest-running No. 1 in Hot 100 history, earned Grammy noms in each of the Big Four categories, then saw her album top the year-end Billboard 200.
    • Lizzo, “Truth Hurts” At a time when female artists are more outspoken than ever, Lizzo finally got her time to shine after speaking her mind for years — and “Truth Hurts” is the epitome of that.
    • Jonas Brothers, “Sucker” After more than a six-year hiatus, there were questions if the Jonas Brothers would ever actually reunite again. The superstar trio took a long break to get a taste of solo fame (Nick), explore funky new genres (Joe’s spunky pop group DNCE) and tackle fatherhood (Kevin).
    • Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, “Old Town Road” (Remix) The original version of Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” certainly didn’t stumble out of the gates, even topping the Hot 100 in its solo incarnation.