You're in good company my friend:
In 1969 Rolling Stone magazine characterized LED ZEPPELIN as lesser versions of Cream and The Jeff Beck Band, and slammed frontman Robert Plant, who they called "as foppish as Rod Stewart, but nowhere near so exciting."
When U2 debuted with their 1980 album "Boy", The Village Voice characterized the ultra-sincere rockers as "bubble-headed" and "dumb".
When Black Sabbath released their self-titled 1970 debut, legendary rock critic Lester Bangs claimed they were "...just like Cream! But worse."
In 1976, High Voltage became the first AC/DC record to receive an international release. In a stinging assessment, Rolling Stone critic Billy Altman wrote, "The [hard rock] genre has unquestionably hit its all-time low."
In 1968, Rolling Stone magazine called Pink Floyd's Roger Waters "an uninteresting writer, vocalist, and bass player," and saying his songs were, "boring melodically, harmonically, and lyrically."