Does Your Favorite Color Dictate Your Favorite Rock Bands?
Ever heard of color psychology? It’s basically the study of how colors influence behaviors and moods. Big Think did a study a few years ago of what colors say about your personality. “Loudwire” took it a step further and applied it to the rock world. Here is a list of colors, along with associated personality traits AND bands that embody those same traits. Find yours:
Black: You’re pretty serious . . . maybe TOO much. And you’re probably also dark and a bit pessimistic, but it’s okay. After all, you’re a unique individual, just like Type O Negative, Black Sabbath, and Korn.
Red: You’re a bit more outgoing and upfront than most. You have a sense of adventure and are always looking for new ways to get an adrenaline rush. Your impulses might get the best of you and you might intimidate others, like Ozzy Osbourne, System of a Down, and any band Devin Townsend is in.
Orange: You’re the social one of your friend group. You’re also a free and creative spirit who enjoys parties and any other social event . . . a total extrovert, much like Van Halen, Motley Crue, and Andrew W.K.
Yellow: You are a kind and adventurous spirit who sees the good in everything. You’re known for being an optimist with cheerful energy . . . like DragonForce, Twisted Sister, and Greta Van Fleet.
Blue: You’re laid back and easygoing. You’re peaceful and compassionate, while still being strong. Just because you’re not bold, doesn’t mean you’re soft . . . just like Tool, Spiritbox, and Alice in Chains.
Green: You’re likely a practical person and down-to-earth. You enjoy helping others, but it’s possible you also have a jealous side. See Dio and Alice Cooper.
Purple: You thrive on creativity and crave individualism. You’re able to tune out nonsense and focus on what you want like Rush, Muse, and Thrice.
White: You probably get along well with those who identify with Blue because you are calm, peaceful, and you like things clean and orderly. You make a great equalizer because you’re grounded and can offset any bold energy of those around you like Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd, and The Police.