Greatest Rock Band in the ’90s

  1. Green Day

Formed in 1987, Green day band is an American punk rock band with Billie Joe Armstrong (lead vocalist/guitarist), Tre Cool (drummer), and Mike Dirnt (backing vocalist/bassist. In 1990, John Kiffmeyer was the former drummer of the band which is replaced by Cool. Kerplunk is also a member of the Green day ever since up until the band’s second studio album recording. At 924 Gilman Street in Berkeley, California, Green day is originally a part of the town’s punk scene.

  1. Nirvana

Nirvana was formed by the band singer and guitarist Kurt Cobain together Krist Novoselic the band’s bassist. The group was an American rock band which is formed in Aberdeen, Washington 1987. Dave Grohl is the bands long lasting drummer who joined in 1990. Since the group faces problems with their drummers, among all drummers, Grohl is the only one who lasts in the band. The band’s career ended upon the death of the groups lead vocalist Kurt Cobain in 1994.

  1. Red Hot Chili Peppers

The band Red Hot Chili Peppers was formed in 1983 at Los Angeles. It is an American rock band which consists of a musical style which emphasizes on funk. The band also has different musical genres like hip hop, punk and Psychedelic rock. The members of the band consist of the lead vocalist Anthony Kiedis and the bassist Michael “Flea” Balzary. The two are the one who founded the band together with Chad Smith the longtime drummer of the band. Red Hot Chili Peppers recently added Josh Klinghoffer as the guitarist.

  1. Sublime

Sublime was formed in 1998 at Long Beach, California which is an American Punk band. The band consists of Bradley Nowell (vocals/ guitar), Eric Wilson (Bass guitar), and Bud Gaugh (drums/percussion).