August 19, 2019 at 9:30 pm #1203031049
No need to televise any Rock categories. YAWN!August 21, 2019 at 4:16 am #1203033009
*This Land – Gary Clark Jr
*Fear Inoculum – Tool
(This category is a mess.)
*Greta van Fleet – ???
*Tom Petty – ???
*Mark Morton ft Chester Bennington – Cross off (metal?)
*1975 – ???
*A woman or a female fronted band (Florence?, Halestorm?)
*Slipknot – Unsainted
*Tool – Fear Inoculum
*Bring me the Horizon ft Dani Filth – Wonderful Life
(Rammstein are too controversial for the Grammys)
*Greta van Fleet – Anthem of the Peaceful Army
*Slipknot – We are not your kind
*Gary Clark Jr – This Land (ar?)
*Tool – Fear Inoculum (TBR)
*1975 – A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships
*Bon Iver – I, I
*Vampire Weekend – Father of the Bride
*Sharon van Etten – Remind me Tomorrow
*Thom Yorke – ???August 21, 2019 at 8:35 am #1203033324
Don’t forget about the Sheeran/Mars/Stapleton song, which is actually doing well at rock radio. That starpower will be very hard even for the snobby rock panel to deny.August 21, 2019 at 10:24 am #1203033486
The National and Vampire Weekend could slip into those rock categories with the right submission.
I’d go with “Quiet Light” or “You Had Your Soul With You” for The National. “This Life,” “Harmony Hall,” or “Sunflower” would all work for Vampire Weekend.
Bon Iver will probably be submitted to Pop Duo/Group and Vampire Weekend could arguably submit there as well. Both stand little chance of getting in that crowded category though.August 22, 2019 at 1:06 am #1203034558
Do y’all think Brittany Howard’s solo single “He Loves Me” will slip into Rock Performance or Song??? Her group Alabama Shakes has won 3 previous Grammys in the Rock Field.August 23, 2019 at 8:34 am #1203036158
Well, The 1975’s new single “People” is definitely and unmistakably a rock song. No arguing it could be pop, lol. Very different sound for them. As a fan, I don’t hate it, but I hope their new album isn’t all in this style.
I’m wondering if they could/would submit “People” to Best Metal Performance??? Or just Rock. Idk if there is bias towards nominating only metal acts in the metal category. Not exactly my type of music.August 23, 2019 at 10:37 pm #1203037088
Does anyone know if “Sincerity is Scary” by the 1975 was submitted last year? I thought I read somewhere it was but I’m not sure.
Shame that they nominated Love It If We Made It last year, it could’ve had some potential this year for sure.September 4, 2019 at 1:01 am #1203056858
Well, The 1975’s new single “People” is definitely and unmistakably a rock song. No arguing it could be pop, lol. Very different sound for them. As a fan, I don’t hate it, but I hope their new album isn’t all in this style. I’m wondering if they could/would submit “People” to Best Metal Performance??? Or just Rock. Idk if there is bias towards nominating only metal acts in the metal category. Not exactly my type of music.
This is most likely getting a nod for Rock Performance. The song isn’t Metal at all. It’s a pure Rock song.
For Metal, you’d think more hard and fast acts like Slipknot, who I’m hoping get a nomination in the Rock Album and Metal Performance categories this coming Grammys.September 6, 2019 at 2:45 pm #1203061109
I think We Are Not Your Kind is going to win Best Rock Album. Because it’s getting huge acclaim by critics.September 11, 2019 at 11:08 pm #1203070447
Yes to Cage The Elephant!!!!September 15, 2019 at 5:39 am #1203076120
Tell Me I’m Pretty was a great choice. I’m not a 100% convinced Social Cues would give them their second win in the Rock Album category.
Question: What are the standout Rock Compositions from this season that could really vie for the Rock Song award? Last year had some AMAZING nominees. “Ghost” and “MANTRA” were admittedly some of my favorite jams among them, but of course, the ultimate jam, “Masseduction,” had to take the cake. (I’m still a bit upset of her Alternative Music Album loss to Beck though).
If you take a look at the nominees, they weren’t exactly the most popular of rock recordings from the 61st cycle; however, we can’t deny them being deserving of their nominations. So, popularity aside, what are the outright BEST rock compositions from this 62nd Grammy season?
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