Sorry it took so long. I haven't had time.
Anyway, if you didn't, be sure to read the UPDATED version of 1-5.
Wihtout further bullcrap, let's get to this.
Muse is so full of sex. All of their songs have amazing sound and great lyrics. From their Queen esque "United States of Eurasia" to the booming "Hysteria", they are awesome. Their songs are really quite unique. Their songs don't differ much from each other, but differ greatly from other artists. Of course, who hasn't heard their massive single "Uprising"? They played it live at the Grammy awards 2011, where they won the award for best rock album with "The Resistance". Despite some off-sounding vocals at times, there's nothing to really complain about with them. They're a fantastic band, always worth a listen.
Dragonforce is a pretty popular power metal (or whatever metal fans call it) band, known of course for "Through the Fire and Flames". As it happens, that's one of my least favorite songs by them. They have a generic metal song instrumentally. Their lyrics involve war and more war. It's easy to admit that they can be very repetitive, but I can't say I am ever disappointed with the 5-minute solos. I rarely listen to them, but my favorite songs are their most epic ones. Particularly, I love "Heroes of Our Time", "Reasons to Live", and "Prepare for War".
MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE
One of the biggest rock bands today has changed a lot over the years. They started off with a slightly grungey styIe with a more basic rock sound. Then their second album delivered huge hits "Helena (So Long & Goodnight)" and "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)". Now facing some real success, they released The Black Parade, taking on a slightly more mainstream styIe but still very unique to them. Of course, that brought about their massive, epic hit "Welcome to the Black Parade" as well as the less popular, yet still well-known, "Teenagers". Recently, they released Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys. It carries the popular songs "Na Na Na" and "Sing". They've been a great band throughout this whole time. Laying down fantastic and complex beats, with great variety between songs. You can't disregard them as an amazing band.
There are always moments for me to enjoy rock hits from the 80's and 70's. In this era, Boston dominates. Their debut album holds the record for the fastest selling debut album of all time, and rightfully so. All of their songs have a truly epic feel to them. Using great guitar tunes, drum beats, and voice synchronizing the 80's is so full of, they've had huge success. Mostly they are recognizable for the huge song "More Than a Feeling". There's not really much else to say about them. So...yeah.
Modest Mouse is an extremely off-sounding band at many times. That really creates a very unique and charming sound I can't not like. They're biggest hit is the relazing "Float On". My favorite album from them is definitely "We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank". They have astounding diversity in their songs, ranging from slow sensitive songs like "Little Motel" to quick crazy songs like "Florida". Lyrics frrom them usually relate to very common and simple things, yet have great meanings matching the atomsphere of the song. They rarely ever disappoint, and always provide an interesting and engaging experience. They've done some pretty weird stuff, like recording an entire album into an answering machine, and using horn instruments to create fly sounds. The instruments give nice flow to their songs. Vocals can be from very soft, to some messed up singing that I can't even describe. In the end, though, they're a fantastic band, and like to stick to whatever they want to do.