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so, what do you guys think is going to be the next evolution in the progression of rock? are we going to stay on the same path we're on now, or is the slow progression into some of the "harder" rock referred to as metal, heavy rock, heavy metal, etc.
in ten years, is "rock" going to be considered the heaviest of the heavy metal stuff? are we looking at rock becoming something maybe "softer", or perhaps something with an electronic/rock fusion...
i'm really interested in hearing what other people think. i've often thought about what the progression of rock would look like - i think that it has a chance to go both ways. heavier and heavier music is being played and just being referred to as rock. i don't think this is a particularly bad way to go, but i think it's more likely that we'll start hearing electronic/technoISH sounding/rock groups making their way into the spotlight.
so: the evolution of rock - soft, hard, non-existent? what?
we've gone from the good old days of classic rock/blues, into glam rock, and many other evolutions... what's next?
edit: i should make it clear i'm not really meaning to re-define the word rock, as much as i'm asking what the next dominant type of rock is going to be coming up.
i wanted love, i needed love
most of all, most of all
someone said true love was dead
but i'm bound to fall
bound to fall for you
oh what can i do