List of Punk Rock Bands, 0–K - B


Band name Origin Years active Brief summary
Babes in Toyland Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States 1987–97
Backyard Babies Nässjö, Sweden 1987–present A glam punk/hard rock band.
Bad Astronaut USA 2000-06, 2010 – present
Bad Brains Washington, D.C., USA 1977–84, 1986–95, 1997–present A hardcore punk/reggae band.
Bad Religion Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA 1979–present A punk rock group credited with the revival of punk rock during the late 1980s, as well as influencing a large number of other punk bands. Active for over 30 years.
The Bags Los Angeles, California, USA 1977-81 One of the first generation of California punk rock bands.
Balzac Osaka, Japan 1992–present A Japanese horror punk band.
The Bananas Sacramento, California, USA An underground punk rock band.
Bane Worcester, Massachusetts, USA 1995–present
Bankrupt Budapest, Hungary 1996–present A melodic punk rock band.
The Banner New Jersey, USA 1999–present
Banner Pilot Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA 2005–present
Barely Blind Groves, Texas USA 2003–present An underground Pop punk, Alternative rock, Indie rock band.
Batfoot Sydney, Australia 2008–present A pop punk band influenced by Screeching Weasel and The Queers.
Battalion of Saints San Diego, California, USA 1980-85, 1995–present
Battery Washington, D.C., USA 1990-98
Bayside Queens, New York City, USA 2000–present
BBQ Chickens Japan 2000–present A Japanese hardcore punk band formed by Ken Yokoyama of Hi-Standard.
Beastie Boys Brooklyn, New York, USA 1980–present Began as a hardcore punk band, transitioned into Hip-hop/rap rock.
Beat Crusaders Japan 1997–2010 A pop punk band that performs with masks of dot-matrix drawings of themselves.
Beatsteaks Berlin, Germany 1995–present
Bedwetters Pärnu, Estonia 2004–present
Beer7 Beersheba, Israel 2002–present
Behind Enemy Lines Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA 2000–present An anarchist crust punk/heavy metal band with two members of Aus-Rotten.
Belvedere Alberta, Canada 1995-2005, 2011–present
Bérurier Noir Paris, France 1983–89, 2003–06
Best Revenge Los Angeles, California, USA 1998–2002 A queercore punk band.
Better Than a Thousand Washington, D.C., USA
Bhopal Stiffs Chicago, Illinois, USA 1985-89
Bickley Houston, Texas, USA 1995–2001
Big Black Evanston, Illinois, USA 1981-1987 Instrumental in the development of noise rock. Notable for using a drum machine instead of a kit.
Big Boys Austin, Texas, USA 1979–84 One of the pioneers of the hardcore punk genre.
Big D and the Kids Table Allston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA 1995–present A third-wave ska band.
Big Drill Car Costa Mesa, California, USA 1987–95, 2008 One of the pioneers of the melodic hardcore genre.
Big in Japan Liverpool, Merseyside, England, UK 1977–79
Bigwig Nutley, New Jersey, USA 1995–present
Bikini Kill Olympia, Washington, USA 1990–98 A punk rock band part of the Riot Grrrl movement.
The Bill Pionki, Poland 1988–present
Billy Club Sandwich New York, New York, USA 1991-2010
Billy Idol Stanmore, Middlesex, England 1975–present
Billy Talent Mississauga, Ontario, Canada 1993–present The punk rock group was formerly known as Pezz. They changed their name When they were threatened with a law suit from an American band of the same name.
Biohazard Brooklyn, New York, USA 1988–2006, 2008–present One of the earliest bands to fuse hardcore punk with elements of hip-hop.
Blackbird Raum Santa Cruz, California, USA
Blackfire Black Mesa, Arizona, USA 1989–present A Navajo traditionally influenced, punk rock group of three siblings, with strong political messages.
Black Flag Hermosa Beach, California, USA 1976–86, 1976–86, 2003 A hardcore punk band active since the late 1970s.
The Black Halos Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 1993–present
Black Lips Dunwoody, Georgia, USA 1999–present A self-proclaimed "flower punk" band from Georgia.
Black Lungs St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada 2005–present
The Black Pacific Huntington Beach, California, USA 2010–present
Black Randy and the Metrosquad Los Angeles, California, USA 1977-80
Black Square Honolulu, Hawaii, USA 2002–present
Blaggers ITA England 1988-93
Blanks 77 Hillside, New Jersey, USA 1990–2001, 2004–present
Bl'ast Santa Cruz, California, USA 1984-90, 2001
Blatz Berkeley, California, USA 1989–92
The Bleach Boys Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England 1976–present
Blink-182 Poway, California, USA 1992–2005, 2009–present A pop punk band which achieved commercial success beginning in the mid-1990s.
Blitz New Mills, Derbyshire, England 1980–2007 An English Oi/Street punk band.
Blitzkrieg Southport, Merseyside, England 1979–1984, 1991–1995, 2007–present
Blondie New York City, New York, USA 1976–82, 1997–present A pioneer of American punk rock and New Wave music.
The Blood London, England 1982–present The First Punk Band to feature in the Rock magazine Kerrang.
Blood for Blood Boston, Massachusetts, USA 1994-2004, 2010
Bloodhound Gang Collegeville, Pennsylvania, USA 1992–present
Bloody Mess & The Skabs Peoria, Illinois, USA 1989-95
The Blue Hearts Tokyo, Japan 1985–95 An influential punk band from Japan.
Blue Meanies Carbondale, Illinois, USA 1989-2001
Bobot Adrenaline Los Angeles, California, USA 2001–present
Body Count Los Angeles, California, USA 1990–2006, 2009–present
Bodyjar Melbourne, Australia 1994–2009
Bold Westchester County, New York, USA 1986–2006
Bomb the Music Industry! Nassau County, New York, USA 2004–present DIY punk band that offers its music by donation on Quote Unquote Records.
Bomberos Norway 2002–present
The Boomtown Rats Dún Laoghaire, Ireland 1975-86
Born Against New York City, USA 1989-93
The Bouncing Souls New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA 1987–present An American punk rock band.
Box Car Racer Los Angeles, California, USA 2002–03 A side project of Blink-182, with members Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker.
The Boys London, England 1976–82, 1999–present
Bracket Forestville, California, USA 1992–present
Brain Failure Bejiing, China
Brand New Levittown, New York, USA 2000–present An alternative rock/pop punk band.
Brand New War Los Angeles, California, USA Formerly known as The God Awfuls.
Brat Pack Nijmegen, The Netherlands 2006–present
Bratmobile Olympia, Washington, USA 1991-94, 1999–2003
Breakdown New York, New York, USA 1986–present
Break Even Perth, Australia 2005-12
The Briefs Seattle, Washington, USA 2000–present An American Pop-punk band.
The Briggs Los Angeles, California, USA 2001–present A working class-style punk band.
The Broadways Chicago, Illinois, USA 1996-98
Broadway Calls Rainier, Oregon, USA 2005–present
Broken Bones England 1983–present An English street punk/thrash band.
The Bronx Los Angeles, California, USA 2002–present
Brother's Keeper Erie, Pennsylvania, USA 1994-2003
The Bruce Lee Band California, USA 1997-2005
The Bruisers Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA 1988–1998 A street punk band featuring future Dropkick Murphys singer Al Barr
Brutal Juice Denton, Texas, USA 1991-97
Brygada Kryzys Warsaw, Poland 1981–present
Buck-O-Nine San Diego, California, USA 1991–present
Bus Station Loonies Plymouth, Devon, England 1995–present A comedic anarcho-punk band, including ex-members of Oi Polloi and Disorder.
The Business Lewisham, South London, England 1979–1988, 1992–present
Bunkface Klang, Selangor, Malaysia 2005–present A Malaysian pop punk band.
Bulbulators Poland 1989–present
Bullets and Octane St. Louis, Missouri, USA 1998–present
Bullet Treatment Los Angeles, California, USA
Burn New York, New York, USA 1988–present
Burning Heads Orléans, France 1988–present
…But Alive Hamburg, Germany 1992–99 A political punk rock band, signed with G7 Welcoming Committee Records.
Butthole Surfers San Antonio, Texas, USA 1981–present
Buzzcocks Manchester, England 1975–81, 1989–present A punk rock band that influenced later pop punk bands and were also one of the first punk bands to establish an independent record label.

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