The World’s Top 10 Electronic Rock Bands

In this blog post I will be talking about the top 10 electronic rock bands. Electronic rock is music that is a mix between traditional rock and electronic music. Electronic rock has been around since the 1970s but became popular in the 1990s.

So, what are the top 10 electronic rock bands? Here they are:

Linkin Park


Nine Inch Nails

Depeche Mode

The Chemical Brothers

Daft Punk



The Prodigy

Foo Fighters

Nowadays, when we talk about rock music, the first thing that comes to our mind is loud sound. But now it has changed. With the changing era, many new bands have come up which has changed the face of rock music. The new bands are quite different from the earlier bands of the 90s and 80s. Nowadays, with time, the rock bands have started using electronic instruments in their music to make it sound more modern and appealing to the youth.

There are many electronic rock bands in the world today but there are some who stand out among the rest and are known for their catchy tunes and amazing lyrics. Some of them are as follows:

The Top 10 Electronic Rock Bands

1. The Faint

2. !!!

3. Crystal Castles

4. New Order

5. Röyksopp

6. Stellastarr*

7. The Presets

8. The Postal Service

9. Cut Copy

10. Nine Inch Nails

It’s time to take a look at the bands who are pushing the boundaries of rock music, by blending it with electronica. In this list we have featured only real bands and not DJs or solo artists.

10. Portishead

Portishead are a band from Bristol, England that make electronic music. The name Portishead comes from the area where they were formed near the Portbury Dock in Portishead, Somerset. The band received critical acclaim for their first album Dummy in 1994. The follow-up album Second Toughest in the Infants was released in 1996 and was one of the albums of that year. Their third studio album titled Third was released on April 28th 2008 in Japan, April 29th 2008 in Europe and May 6th 2008 in the US and UK. They haven’t recorded any new material since then but it is rumoured that they are working on some new projects.

9. Faithless

Faithless is an English electronica band consisting of Maxi Jazz, Sister Bliss and Rollo (brother of Dido). They are well known for their hits such as Insomnia and We Come 1 which have been heard all over the world. Their most recent album was To All New Arrivals which

There are a lot of electronic rock bands out there so it is hard to tell which ones will be the best. For example, imagine you’re at a live show and these two bands are playing: One band has been around for years and has developed a loyal fan base, the other band is new to the music scene and has had less exposure. Which band would you listen to?

You can bet that people will be drawn towards the more well-known electronic rock band. The same goes for online music. Electronic music fans are on the lookout for the best new talent in their favorite genre, but they may not know where to look or even what they should be listening to. Luckily we have created a list of some of our favorites so as soon as you finish reading this post you can start searching Youtube videos!

In no particular order:

Nothin’ beats good ol’ rock n’ roll. It’s the music that gets you out of your seat and on your feet. It’s the music that makes you throw your hands in the air, yell and scream, and just go crazy. And it’s the music that ties a lot of people together.

Let me guess: most of you are thinking rock music is dead, right? Well, you’re wrong! There are still tons of great bands out there (and new ones emerging everyday) who play good old rock n’ roll. And some of them even incorporate electronic instruments into their sound, making them unique and special in their own way. So here is my list for the top 10 best electronic rock bands today.

Electronic rock (also known as electro-rock or digital rock) is a music genre that combines electronic music and rock music, using guitars and drums along with synthesizers. The style is said to first have been pioneered in the late 1970s and early 1980s by groups such as Ultravox, Kraftwerk, Devo, Gary Numan/Tubeway Army, the Human League and Japan.

The term was originally used only for the more hi-tech type of pop music until around 1983, when it started to be used for all kinds of electronic pop music. As digital technology improved in the 1990s and 2000s, electronic rock began to become more prominent, because the use of electronic instruments made it much easier for bands to experiment with new sounds.

The genre had an underground following in the 1990s and 2000s mainly due to lack of exposure. Despite this, it has influenced many other genres like alternative rock, post-grunge and nu metal.

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