List of Skate Punk Bands and Artists : Vote for your favorites.

List of Skate Punk Bands and Artists   : Vote for your favorites.

Skate punk (also known as skate rock, skatecore and skate-thrash) is a skater subculture and a subgenre of punk rock music. Originally a genre of hardcore punk, skate punk changed into a more melodic genre of punk rock in the 1990s. The term usually describes the sound of 1990s punk rock bands that have a fast, melodic sound, and similar 21st-century punk rock bands. Skate videos have traditionally featured this fast style of punk rock. This played a big part in the coining of the term "skate punk".

Skate punk was pioneered in the 1980s by bands such as The Big Boys and JFA. A lot of early skate punk bands are part of the hardcore punk movement nardcore, which emerged in Oxnard, California. Skate punk broke into the mainstream during the 1990s; skate punk bands such as The Offspring and Blink-182 had mainstream success during the 1990s. Skate punk's popularity continued in the early 2000s with the continued popularity of The Offspring and Blink-182 as well as bands such as Sum 41. During the 2010s, there was an emergence of skate punk bands. Influenced by older skate punk bands, these 2010s skate punk bands, including Trash Talk, Cerebral Ballzy and FIDLAR, gained cult followings by promoting their music on the Internet.

Votes cast on this list:
Up-Votes: 0
Down-Votes: 0
Views: 3432
Best-Votes: 0
Worst-Votes: 0
Total Votes: 0
  1. 1
    Sum 41
  2. 2
  3. 6
comments powered by Disqus

Voting Rules

  • You can vote up or down. Please always consider the context when voting, e.g. a song should be voted up or down with respect to the other songs contained on the album, an actor's performance in comparison with other actors in the same movie, a book with respect to other books by the same author or within the same genre.
  • A vote can be cancelled by simply clicking the opposite vote within 24 hours. You can then vote again on the same item.
  • Each user has one vote per item within a specific list every 24 hours. After 24 hours you can vote again on the same item within the same list.
  • You can vote on as many items as you like within a list or on the same item if it's part of another list. For example, you can vote David Bowie up or down on the list of pop music artists as well as on the list of indie rock artists and on the list of rock music artists. etc.
  • Happy Voting!