- Bernie Sanders wins Nevada Caucuses Saturday 6:54 PM
- MSNBC is out of its mind over Sanders leading Nevada Saturday 5:20 PM
- Kim Kardashian dragged for using makeup to darken her hands Saturday 4:13 PM
- TikTok users show how they turned their vehicles into incredible tiny homes Saturday 3:44 PM
- Woman iconically pranks man who sent her an unsolicited d*ck pic Saturday 2:25 PM
- ‘Terrifying’ deepfake puts Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk in ‘Star Trek’ Saturday 1:06 PM
- A 36-year-old called the cops after being booted from parents’ phone plan Saturday 12:16 PM
- People think novelist Dean Koontz predicted the coronavirus in 1981 thriller Saturday 10:22 AM
- Twitter suspends 70 pro-Bloomberg accounts Saturday 9:15 AM
- In documentary ‘Modern Whore,’ a former escort takes control of her own narrative Saturday 6:30 AM
- Cara Delevingne calls out Justin Bieber for ‘ranking’ wife Hailey’s friends Friday 9:07 PM
- Fans defend Jenna Marbles after some people claimed she mistreated her dogs in a recent video Friday 8:37 PM
- ‘Friends’ gets reunion special on HBO Max, fans go wild Friday 7:37 PM
- Why you should drop everything and start reading ‘Lore Olympus’ Friday 6:27 PM
- ‘Boogaloo’ memes are trying to organize a second civil war—and they’re spreading fast Friday 3:48 PM
Despite what you might have previously believed, neither Nirvana, nor Rage Against the Machine, nor even Radiohead were the most important band of the 1990s. According to a group of experts, the most important band from that decade was in fact that one band who wrote that one song.
That’s right. It was Eve 6 this whole time. You remember… Eve 6? C’mon man… Eve 6. They had that song about putting your heart in a blender? It was on the radio all the time. Look, here’s the video:
Ah, now you remember. Yes, Eve 6 has officially been named the most important band of the ’90s by none other than Eve 6 themselves, and really, who would know better?
The band posted this startling revelation to Twitter on Monday, Feb. 10, and it has since been confirmed by Eve 6 fans around the globe.
Although some people felt the band wasn’t giving themselves enough credit.
Naturally, there were a few naysayers out there, but what can you do? Haters gonna hate.
Now it’s possible that Eve 6 (who, to be fair, were a pretty decent alt-rock band) posted that tweet to do some good-natured trolling. It might even have something to do with their upcoming tour with second-most-important-band-of-the-nineties Alien Ant Farm.
You remember… Alien Ant Farm? That did that cover of a Michael Jackson song? Oh, Come on man!
David Britton is a writer and comedian based in Rhinebeck, New York who focuses on internet culture, memes, and viral news stories. He also writes for the Hard Times and is the creator of StoriesAboutWizards.com.