The former Black Flag frontman recently spoke to Rolling Stone and criticised artists that are frequently covered by the magazine.
"I've never heard Daft Punk; I've never heard a track of theirs in my life," he said. "They're the two guys with motorcycle helmets on? You know what, you will take this any way you will. That to me is like Rolling Stone music. It's the s**t that's in your magazine.
"And it's like, that world... I'm so glad that you all have found your people, but that world is so alienating to me. Anything that gets on the Grammys or the American Music Awards... like, was Miley Cyrus on the cover of your magazine?"
He added of Cyrus: "She's part of that bigger world of music I was just talking about. All of it to me is like, long may it wave, I don't have anything against anyone doing their thing, but it's just not for me.
"And Robin Thicke, is that the guy? I have no idea what he sounds like. I've never heard Kelly Clarkson. I just, I live in a different musical world."
Cyrus was recently in contention to be Time's Person of the Year, although she ultimately lost to Pope Frances I.
Her tracks 'Wrecking Ball' and 'We Can't Stop' have also placed on YouTube's list of top trending music videos for 2013.
Watch the Rollins Band's 'Illumination' music video below: