Find out which scene classic best fits your zodiac sign
If you follow astrology, you’ve probably used it to analyze all aspects of your personality. Ever apply it to the early 2000s music scene? Thanks to zodiac signs, the universe has given us a way to find out which 2000s scene classic you are.
Your “sun” sign correlates to the day and month you were born. More importantly, the sun signs tell us about who we are at our core—our basic identity. While there are many other stars, planets and moons that affect us, the sun sign is the most basic sign that covers it all.
We figured out which early 2000s scene song you are based on your sun sign. Do you want to know if “The Kill” or “Welcome To The Black Parade” vibes with your zodiac sign? Find out below.
Aquarius (January 21 – February 19)
Song: “The Kill” by Thirty Seconds To Mars
Why it fits you: Aquarius is known for being a little standoffish and not always the most in touch with their emotional side. However, when an Aquarius is hurt, they hold on to that pain deeply. Thus, “The Kill” is the best song choice for you, Aquarius. Thirty Seconds To Mars illuminate your inner voice and heart that maybe you didn’t even know you had by addressing major issues in a killer way.
Pisces (February 20 – March 20)
Song: “The Bird And The Worm” by the Used
Why it fits you: “The Bird And The Worm” is all about introspection, delusion and being in a dream-like state, just like a Pisces. Pisces often try to escape their realities to create one that feels better to them, especially if they’ve been hurt. That’s why the Used’s song is mirroring your personality. Fun fact: Frontman Bert McCracken is actually a Pisces too, so it’s even more fitting.
Aries (March 21 – April 20)
Song: “Bring Me To Life” by Evanescence
Why it fits you: This Evanescence song is a great anthem for a fire sign, such as Aries, because of the inner passion throughout the song. “Bring Me To Life” has a fierceness that’s unmatched while also sparking the fire and protection that Aries possess. It’s fun but also gets to the point quickly, just like a fiery Aries.
Taurus (April 21 – May 21)
Song: “Thnks Fr Th Mmrs” by Fall Out Boy
Why it fits you: Taurus is known for being stubborn and often holding grudges for a long time. “Thnks Fr The Mmrs” delves into that stubborn Taurus energy while also highlighting how they can hold on to their loved ones fiercely. You see this as Fall Out Boy describe longing for past relationships, trying to hold on to what’s no longer there. Taurus is noted for caring deeply for those they love and providing comfort. That’s what makes this song ideal for the multifaceted Taurus.
Gemini (April 21 – May 21)
Song: “Decode” by Paramore
Why it fits you: How did we get here? Gemini, you’re passionate but in a mysterious way. That’s what makes “Decode” a mirror for you to look into. It tells you all about your spirit, longing and desire—all wrapped up in a deep, mysterious bow. Geminis are two sides of the same coin, and Paramore do a great job of decoding that. What more can you ask for?
Cancer (June 22 – July 22)
Song: “Weightless” by All Time Low
Why it fits you: Cancers are known for being the babies of the zodiac. However, they’re playful and creative, with a bounce in their step. That’s why “Weightless” is the essence of you, Cancer. All Time Low do a great job of creating upbeat songs while addressing much darker issues. There are elements of deep emotion that are also fun and colorful. That’s you!
Leo (July 23 – August 21)
Song: “Jamie All Over” Mayday Parade
Why it fits you: Leos are insanely creative and introspective, which they never get enough credit for. Thus, “Jamie All Over” exudes your creativity, Leo, but also your innate confidence. Mayday Parade have a creative approach to all of their songs while also adding an artistic flair. Not to mention, the hair and bright lights.
Virgo (August 22 – September 23)
Song: “Lips Like Morphine” by Kill Hannah
Why it fits you: Virgos are organized perfectionists, and “Lips Like Morphine” embodies that to a T. It’s a perfect version of an imperfect song, just like you, Virgo. Organized chaos, in a way. Kill Hannah exude passion and meticulousness, depicting exactly what they want in both an ideal partner and life. Sound familiar, Virgo?
Libra (September 24 – October 23)
Song: “The Curse Of Curves” by Cute Is What We Aim For
Why it fits you: Libras love the beautiful things in life. They’re laid back yet appreciate everything that makes them unique. “The Curse Of Curves” is your anthem, Libra. Cute Is What We Aim For bring the elegance and beauty that makes up the Libra aesthetic. Your own version of cute is extraordinary, making you a true Libra at heart.
Scorpio (October 24 – November 22)
Song: “Welcome To The Black Parade” by My Chemical Romance
Why it fits you: Scorpios can be dark and moody, often keeping to themselves and holding on to things for far too long. However, Scorpios also are insanely creative, attracting people to them for their passion and uniqueness. That’s why “Welcome To The Black Parade” is your song. My Chemical Romance have that moody aesthetic down pat while also being wonderfully creative and introspective, the epitome of Scorpio energy.
Sagittarius (November 23 – December 22)
Song: “Face Down” by the Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
Why it fits you: Work hard, play harder—that’s your mantra, Sagittarius. “Face Down” is your vibe because it highlights your passion for the people in your life while also creating the perfectionist yet fiery energy you possess. The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus address issues with intensity and spirit, much like you, Sagittarius. We can see you dancing and also connecting with the lyrics of this song.
Capricorn (December 23 – January 20)
Song: “Way Away” by Yellowcard
Why it fits you: Capricorns crave structure but are big softies at heart. “Way Away” encapsulates a well-thought-out piece while including a lot of heart and raw emotion. Yellowcard are the essence of a Capricorn spirit because each of their ballads is incredibly well structured. From the lyrics to the guitar riffs, it all has its place. Capricorns aren’t always known for their emotional side, and this song highlights both sides of the Cap coin.