Top 10 Albums that are the Worst of a Rock Band
The Top Ten
I like this album actually! But yeah, not a7x overall best.
Avenged Sevenfold may be my favourite band, but this album was not a good start from them. Thankfully they would only get better from here with 'Waking the Fallen'. - SuperSonic17
Guns and roses you're better than this - LightningStrike
This is BY FAR the worst death metal album ever if you can even call it that - christangrant
LuLu is so bad. It's so much worse than St Anger. - AlphaQ
This album should be forbidden - christangrant
Living Things is way worse. - BoredJeff02
Yeah, I know Chistangrant likes this album but I find it their least appealing album they've made. And Lulu doesn't count since it's technically a Lou Reed album with Metallica. - cjWriter1997
TONG TONG TONG goes the snare and no kirk solos. - peepsmith
Worst Megadeth album. Megadeth you had one job :( - LightningStrike
It should be every album without David Lee Roth - JCHOW
They took a Risk and made Pop Rock songs and this is the same band that made Hangar 18 - christangrant
Better than overrated In Rainbows, I guess... - UncleDave2703
They went glam... - christangrant
Nickelback are somewhat of a guilty pleasure-ish band for me (I enjoy some of their daft songs and find others genuinely good), but I didn't like their first album. Only memorable song in my opinion was 'Just Four', and even then it's spelled wrong (you're not supposed to spell it like the number 4), which was corrected by the 'Silver Side Up' version. - SuperSonic17
Not bad, but still not as good as some of their other works!
I Don't find this bad but it is their weakest album - christangrant
How is this worse than No Prayer for the Dying? - Alkadikce
Not bad but it doesn't stand out like their other releases. - cjWriter1997
What's so bad about this album? - LightningStrike
...I love this album - wrests
I knew this album was going to suck ever since I first heard 'Heavy'. Linkin Park really dropped the ball with this failed experiment, that bombed both in sales and critical reception, alienated fans of the 'Hybrid Theory' era, and just highlighted the band's arrogant nature to backhand criticism from the disappointed fans (myself included).
What a calamity. - SuperSonic17
Haven't you read the news? Chester found it as a personal attack.
Now this album just sorely let me down. I quite liked 'Hard Times' on initial listen, and I was hoping for an enjoyably happy album that I could still headbanging to. Unfortunately it seems they forgot the punk-rock aspect that made them popular in the first place and went full on pop. Lack of energy and bland instrumentation lead to what is easily their most boring album yet. - SuperSonic17