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7 Rock Videos With More Than A Billion Views On YouTube
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7 Rock Videos With More Than A Billion Views On YouTube

Audioslave's "Like A Stone" is the latest rock video to pass the coveted one billion view mark on YouTube. The last video that received a good deal of fanfare in marking the achievement was Evanescence with "Bring Me To Life". Fronted by Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and featuring Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk of Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave burst onto the scene in 2002 with their self titled album. The album would go on to sell more than three million copies and features "Show Me How To Live", "Cochise" and the breakout hit "Like A Stone". The band would go on to release two more albums before Cornell left the group in 2007. Audioslave reunited in 2017 and just as the possibility of more music from the talented foursome seemed like a reality, Chris Cornell passe...
12 Rock Videos On YouTube With More Than 1 Billion Views
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12 Rock Videos On YouTube With More Than 1 Billion Views

Evanescence is the latest band to achieve a once-unthinkable milestone. "Bring Me To Live" has crossed the one billion view mark on YouTube. And we'd be lying if we said we weren't responsible for at least 267 of those views over the last few years. Here's a deeper dive where we take a look at 12 rock videos on YouTube that have been viewed more than a billion times. Sure bands like Bon Jovi and AC/DC have hit the mark but that's to be expected. Pop stars? Sure, a lot of them have more than a billion. And of course, in researching for this article we came across the fact that the first act to achieve this accomplishment was Psy with the phenomenon "Gangnam Style" (yes we can do the dance still). So congrats to Amy Lee and company from Evanescence, you've entered into a pretty ...