Tuesday Tunes: Radioactive band names


Source: interestingengineering.com

Here’s a list of band names from across the globe that pertain to radioactive topics, in particular the atomic age and/or nuclear issues. Twelve (12) different nations are represented on this list and most of the artists are rock performers, particularly (and perhaps not surprisingly) metal rock bands.

Any additions, corrections, or suggestions are most welcome. Peace!

  • Adam Bomb (USA)
  • Airborne Toxic Event (USA)
  • Atomic (Norway/Sweden)
  • Atomic Angel (England)
  • Atomic Kitten (England)
  • Atomic Mass (England)
  • Atomic Rooster (England)
  • Atomic Up (USA)
  • Atomic 7 (Canada)
  • Atomik Cocktail (USA)
  • Atomkraft (England)
  • Chernobyl (Canada)
  • Chernobyl the Secret (USA)
  • Civil Defense (USA)
  • Conan Neutron & the Secret Friends (USA)
  • Duck and Cover (Germany)
  • Fallout (USA)
  • Fallout Boy (USA)
  • Fission (Sweden)
  • Fukishima (France)
  • Gamma (USA)
  • Gamma Ray (Germany)
  • Grazhdanskaya Oborona – translates to Civil Defense (Russia)
  • Hiroshima (USA)
  • Meltdown (USA)
  • Mushroomhead (USA)
  • Ned’s Atomic Dustbin (England)
  • Nuclear (Chile)
  • Nuclear Winter (Greece)
  • Nuke (USA)
  • Nuke Em (USA)
  • Plutonium Pie (USA)
  • Proton (Australia)
  • Radiation Sickness (USA)
  • Radioactive Man (England)
  • Radioinactive (USA)
  • Shock Nagasaki (USA)
  • The Beta Rays (England)
  • The Mushroom Cloud (USA)
  • The Radiators (Australia)
  • The Radiators from Space (Ireland)
  • Uranium 235 (USA)

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