Best Male Vocalist In Punk Rock BandsDo you like punk Rock? well here are some of the gratest male punk rock singers of all time.
This amazing man has inspired many people, he has helped a lot of people through rough times and teaches us really to not care and do as we please. He is different than other punk singers nowadays which all have the same boring tone to they're voices. Where as Billie Joe has a huge range and can really sing any song. His voice is getting even better with age. I have a huge amount of respect for Green Day they were the first rock band I listened to and ever got into. They will always be first for me I owe them a lot so Billie Joe really deserves this, keep voting everyone!
Finally, a #1 that should be number one! Though when it comes to best punk rock band, I prefer the Offspring... Green Day is not far behind. However, Billie Joe Armstrong is a far better vocalist than Dexter Holland of the Offspring. I'd say Dexter is more consistent (the dude never ages! He's sounded the same since they started in the 80's! ), but Billie Joe's vocals are better than they ever have been, even at 40. He has a hell of a range and brings a different texture to every song.
Aah. Billie Joe. I'm reminiscing about my early high school years when I went through a hardcore Green Day phase and let me tell you, his voice never gets old. Green Day (at least for me) is timeless. Although I don't really understand why his voice changed as the years went on. Apparently he purposely changed it or something but I don't know. As most true fans of any band would say, I prefer his older stuff to the newer songs. All in all. Billie Joe Armstrong is an amazing singer and guitarist.
He just has an amazing voice that is also very recognizable! Whenever I hear I Green Day song I didn't know I can tell immediately that it's Billie Joe singing.
Beginning with Basket Case, Jesus Of Suburbia, Are We The Waiting, Good Riddance, Nice Guys Finish Last...just some songs which are very different and still have one thing in common: Billie's awesome voice!
Love his voice. Sounds so insane. Listen to the song Forest Fire and you'll see what I mean. And My Chemical Romance, Yellowcard, Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Panic at the Disco, Sum 41, The Cure, Simple Plan, Jimmy Eat World, The Offspring, and Blink-182 are NOT punk. The Dead Kenedys, Black Flag, the Sex Pistols, the Stooges/Iggy Pop, The Clash, Minor Threat, Rancid, NOFX, The Ramones, MC5, The Misfits, and The Kinks are punk. Don't put any of the former bands in with any of these.
He has a very specific voice. It's raw and powerful, and it goes along with an amazingly understated technique. Even if we don't take into consideration anything else besides his vocal abilities, in my opinion, Jello should be in first place.
Jello is a God on the stage. How the Hell is Billy Joe Armstrong up there and not the King, Jello himself?
This is best punk singer, not best emo singer. No one in the top 10 deserves to be there (well, besides Joey)
Shame to punk that Iggy Pop is only here
Here comes Jonny Yen again
Sadly he can't be place 1, 3 and 4
Should be here.he like invented punk!
Totally agree. With the great voice of his and awesome punk songs, bunkface has revealed that punk rock is now acceptable in Malaysian people's heart. Me myself has grown up with punk rocks since it was originally started from my birth place, telipot. Malaysian punk history. Google it and you will find out. Proud with sam and bunkface. Keep on rocking guys!
I never seen any rock vocallist as influential as sam in asia. In his best, he would make the crowd go crazy and amaze them with his charisma and energy. He has a good future to go big in the future. He is Asia's answer to billie joe Armstrong
Sam is the best punk rock vocalist in Asia. He always with his principe of punk rock. The best punk rock musician in Asia. He has a big ambition, heart to fight in Malaysia Industry Music who has been disriminate with KPOP. Bunk Not Dead! Keep Calm And Stay Bunkers!
One of the most charismatic vocalist in Asia, he's young, talented and has a unique voice and it conveys his feelings very well. A humble and honest musician when it comes to music, songs and lyrics.
I'm completely ashamed that my generation seems to think that complaining about your first world problems is punk.
Punk is an attitude not a look, and most of these pop rock bands talk about things that punk rock stood against.
My Chemical romance, simple plan, Green Day, Blink 182, fall out boy, sum 41 ARE NOT PUNK!
Iggy and the stooges, the clash, dead kennedys, the Ramones, minor threat, black flag, and crass all deserve to be hear.
Okay I'm sorry but what is wrong with you people? Most of these people aren't even punk! I mean the people who should be in the top are, you know, actual punk people like Joey Ramone, Johnny Rotten, Joe Strummer, and how about the fact that the person dubbed as the punk singer didn't even make it onto this list (yes I can only be talking about Kathleen Hanna)
Sad sad sad... other fans comment what the good think about their favorite is but Ramones fans are starting again with "everything but Ramones isn't punk" truly sad
How can Joey be no 5. Not only the best punk voice/ front man of all time, but in the top three rock voices of all time with Jim Morrison and Bon Scott ( in my opinion)
Tim McIlrath compared to Billie Joe Armstrong? The Green Day vocalist has a flat tone and range while Tim on the other hand can actually change notes during a song
This really should be #1! The versatility of his voice is astonishing! And don't even get me started on the lyrics he writes!
I'm not saying I like Rise against the best out of these bands I'm just saying that I believe the lead singer, Tim Mcllrath, has the best voice.
Tim sings with complete and utter raw emotion that just leaves me breathless every time.
Best In my opinion, even from early years his TSOL like voice, than he started to create his own style in Ignition Grunge type song in Dirty Magic and LAPD, were SMASH was what propelled his success with grunge type singing in Gotta Get Away, his High range in Something to Believe in, than Ixnay he showed his best work in songs like Gone Away, Amazed etc... There is so much I wanna say but most people already know, I am a big fan, and I hope he get recognized for his talent not just singing but his song writing, He Sings great Punk Rock Song and Grunge Rock Songs and Pop Punk Songs, that explaines his talent as a musician. One of the most underrated vocalist in my opion, diserves more recognition than he gets.
Dexter has long been my favorite singer. He has incredible range and can hold notes for prolonged periods of time, as evidenced in the backing vocals in Offspring albums. His ability to sing songs of differing genres showcases the broad range of his ability. He also never disappoints in lyrics that pull on your heart strings, make you chuckle, or make you think. He's retained much of his ability to hit high notes at live shows, even at 50 years old.
Amazing Singer, he can do it all, Punk, Rock, POP Punk, Alternative and he is still sounding great, if you don't believe me? Go check out the Ignition Anniversary shows on youtube, than you will see how great he sounds, expecially for a guy in his mid 40s, songs like Dirty Magic, Gotta Get Away Gone Away, Pay The Man, Race Against Myself, A lot Like Me etc... But its just my opinion.
I think it's really harder to sing some song from The Offspring like Why don't you get a job, Pay the man, Hammerhead... Than other punk band (Green Day, Blink 182). He is best punk singer ever in high notes and on the other hand he can be sucesfull in low notes. His vocal range is excellent.
HAHA, I don't even have to explain myself why.
This guy... This guy is a legend.
Simple plan in the top 10? You can't be serious.
He's the master of punk
No singing talent, but the most badass and honnest attitude of punkrock, and as well a very unique voice color
His voice is that of a god. His high notes make birds cry for they know they cannot hit such a divine note. His low notes shake the ocean floor.
A co-founder of pop punk. Genius a gate way for so many bands. Milo Goes To Collage is still as relevant now as it was 30 odd years ago
Milo Aukerman's work with the Descendents essentially defined modern day Pop Punk.
Milo hands down is the best there is I aspire to have his skill one day
His vocals in Misfits are simply amazing. Way over the top in an almost lounge act kind of way, which is a perfect vehicle for showcasing that voice. I've been getting his songs stuck in my head a lot lately, which is great, until you realize you've been singing out loud about... about stuff you wouldn't sing about unless the vocals were awesome and raw.
Glenn Danzig is below some dude from 5 seconds of summer?! Punk isn't about sticking your tongue out in selfies. I'm 18 so I apologize for what my generation thinks punk is. And as if founding the Misfits wasn't enough how about Samhain and Danzig? If you're a teenage emo just stop pressing the vote button
Really? Just, really? Most of the "guys" listed aren't even really punk. They're just people glorified by scene kids who are confused about what punk really is. You want punk? Go listen to The Misfits, Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, etc.
In my opinion glenn is one of the best punk vocalist. His voice is fantastic just awesome. He's is a legendary man famous punk rock singer and songwriter, Misfits leader and founder, which was best (horror) punk rock band.
John Lydon is THE best punk vocalist on this page, period. His sneering, belligerent, politically charged presentation is what punk stands for. Billie Joe Armstrong and his prom night ballads. Ballads?! pretty much all the 70s-80s punk bands would laugh at a punk band even considering a ballad. I'm smh at this list as it, itself goes against everything punk stood for. Stood, past tense because punk is clearly DEAD. So many bands should have come way, way before Green Day. What about The Dead Boys(!),The Heartbreakers, The Exploited, Charged GBH, The Germs, Nausea, Murphy's Law?
Certainly one of the best and one of the inventors of the style. We'd had garage bands that yelled like banshees, but he really did seem to be a banshee. He just let loose with a torrent of emotion, and with that quivering voice that was a window into a crazed mind. Nothing like it. Well, maybe Jello Biafra or Joe Strummer, but no doubt Johnny Rotten and those others set a standard for throwing it all out there. I like that the young people are still finding punk bands they like and vocalists who they want to hear tear it up.
The Fact that he is not even in top ten scares me about how many people a ruining the legends of punk. None of the bands in the top ten are punk, Blink 182 is the the biggest pop posers ever. Green Day is an over rated over produces pop band that never should of happened. Ramones are alright more rock then punk, and The rest of these band are just another excuss for stuck up moody emos to brag about how they are original for not listening to pop.
Punk is Dead.
Johny Rotten, the King of punk. His lyrics are amazing and his voice is ludicrously powerful! His vocals are actually punishing in a good way. The amount of aggression in his vocals are all too real because Johnny Rotten came from the streets as a poor working class lad. His vocals exilarate like no other because it's the perfect dichotomy of raw power and melody. Blend that together with a genius mind and you have John Lydon.
NYHC is not even the same thing as punk rock. It's insulting to even compare the two but AF is still way better than sellout Green Day.
Extremely intelligent lyrics, catchy melodies and the perfect edge for a punk band. How many bands say that bad religion was one of their influences? Shame... bad religion = underrated.
Not only a gentleman and a scholar, he has a voice like no one else, with lyrics like no one else, and is the number one singer on this list, tied only with Jello and Tim.
When Greg Graffin is number twenty-five one a punk list, you know punk is dying, if not already dead and rolling in its grave. He has one of the best voices. By far.
He's a genius and a great singer.
NO ONE had a voice like H.R. 's Listen to the song 'I' by Bad Brains if you are unconvinced. He was the first to incorporate rasta themes and opera into punk.
Why was he not on the list? like at alll? he should be top ten for just sheer weirdness
Human Fly. Drug Train, Drug Train. Never sold out and Lux was sexy.
Really awesome, but I think Tom deserves to be higher than him. But Mark has a really nice voice, I used to hate it. But as I started listening to his songs more, he is really good at singing. His voice and Tom's voice perfectly suit the band. He should be number 3.
I love Mark Hoppus voice. Its really that simple. Though I think Patrick stump should be number 1 and Jordan Pudnik number 2, Mark hoppus would be my third choice. (by the way he is the reason I chose to be the singer and bassist of my band)
The tone of dad's voice is just amazing! His and Tom's voice really compliment each other. Dude, Mark's an "easy target" here.
Has Smooth Deep Manly Voice, Nothing provocative on lyrics, You can hear He is just Being himself in the records.
Okay so My Chemical Romance are my fave band in joint with Green Day I really can't choose. This man has done a lot for me. his voice is consistently good all the time! His voice was best in black parade. But whoever got the idea that he is punk is just no listen to their music and you will understand.
As much as I love My Chemical Romance (trust me, My Chemical Romance has been with me longer than I can remember... ) and his solo music (he's my favorite singer) Gerard Way does not sing Punk Rock music.
His vocals are emotional, amazing, addicting and flat out talented. Even if you hate My Chemical Romance, you have to admit Gerard's got talent. Also a great and inspirational person. I love Green Day, but BJA's flip out at IHeartRadio made me cringe.
A lot of talented people here, but Gee has such a unique voice, great music and he has a wonderful personality, he is extremely charismatic and down to earth and shows so much love for his fans.
What? Deryck has such a passion when he sings. He fills the words with his feelings. Sum 41 wouldn't be so perfect without him!
His vocal range is amazing, and he has an extremely rare voice. He deserves to be on top 5.
He takes feelings and makes them good music with his unique voice
His voice is amazing for all low and high notes
He is pretty good live, even though he fails some performances, at least he isn't autotuned and at some point, he made a high note and it sounded really good. He can play the guitar live and his riffs are really catchy and have rhythm to it. He knows how to entertain his crowd unlike many artists by putting out some really funny humor. He is a nice, chill guy in real life, and chatty and talkative as well. I heard Blink's most recent song, and it was not very good, which just further proves that Tom was really the master behind Blink 182. His song writing skills are amazing and poetic. He even wrote plenty of books, produces movies, owns companies, makes music, seriously, how much does this guy do? He is really talented and hardworking. As much as I love Mark and Travis, I didn't like what they said about Tom on the Rolling Stones. Tom is the creator of Blink 182 and helped advance punk, things without their original creator aren't as good, and it is true, this happened many times. I ...more
He is better than what people say he is. He made a really good high note in his Stay Together For The Kids performance. Am I the only one who actually thinks he sounds decent live? I have heard far worse live, trust me, I have heard pop singers that let playback do all the work and sing very little. At least Tom actually sings and does not lip sync, and his voice is good for someone who is in punk.
For people who think Tom can't sing, just hear his cover on Dancing With Myself, he sounds so amazing that it is insane. He has a really high range and one of the most punk rock voices ever. Should be higher. His raspy, high pitched vocals just sound awesome, he kicks butt, that's for sure.
Tom is one of the worst singers I've ever heard. I am a blink fan but what tom did a few days ago is just stupid. I hope he will be replaced by matt skiba (alkaline trio) because he just damages this great band and he also can't sing. Hate me if you want but fans have to decide: tom or blink-182.
Alex is a great singer, he sounds like the recorded version and just nails every note. He sings confidently and knows how to resonate his voice. His lyrics as well are beautiful. Also why is that his picture? Everyone else’s is nice and then they had to pick Alex being a goofball in like 2007.
I think Alex Gaskarth should be number one! He writes beautiful and inspiring lyrics and has a great voice to sing them. I'll always love him! All Time Low is the best band ever.
He's the reason I listen to music! Amazing voice, incredible ability to write such amazing and empowering songs! ATL will always be my favorite band of all time (low)!
Alex is amazing and even better live. Before him I never really appreciated how men can have such amazing voices
What the hell, almost none of the people on this list are punk. And I can't believe I'm the only one to vote for Dave Vanian. You people disappoint me.
I gave my vote for Dave, but I'm think that is a great shame that there is no Malcolm Owen (The Ruts) on the list...
The Damned New Rose (1976) was the first UK punk single when BJ Armstrong was in grade school/
This list is awful. Patrick Stump is an incredible singer and should honestly be top 10 on this list, although I guess I it makes sense if you don't consider FOB punk. I'm sure Billie Joe or either Blink dude would admit in a heartbeat that Patrick Stump is a significantly better vocalist. To add to how ridiculous this list is, the bassist Pete Wentz is above Stump.
OK who ever made this list is on drugs or something Patrick Martin Vaughn Stump is one of this century's Best singers Not to forget he is Perfection Embodied, I love Pete Wentz but Patrick is a million times better Youngbloods Do you agree?
How is he not top 3 at least! His vocal is amazing! And his range is top notch. No other person on this list can hit those lies then immediately hit high notes like Patrick.
Patrick Stump is by far one of my favorite singers in Punk Rock right now. He should be number 1. I love his emotion he puts in his music. Patrick is a great singer.
Keith is the the living personification of hardcore. I saw the Circle Jerks 7 times on one tour in the mid 80s and he commands respect like no other. Gimme Gimme Gimme! Don't ask what for.
One of the true fronts of the hardchore scene, with his straight off a cliff raw vocal drive and lyrics anyone frustrated with modern day life can relate too.Makes it impossible to dismiss Keith Morris as anything but a legend
The voice of straight edge HC.1-2 XU off Flex Your Head was the most listened to album in 1984.