Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho is scared about the future of rock 'n' roll because he doesn't think there are a lot of new rock bands. Though he noted some newcomers like Greta Van Fleet and the Struts, he questions who the next generation of rockers will be.
During a chat with Rick Beato, Jericho was discussing how bands like Metallica had a slow build before they became successful in the mainstream, and that that same slow build doesn't really work for newer rock bands today. "If you don't strike and get a No. 1 hit right off the bat, you're kind of pushed to the wayside," he said.