Good Speakers for Rock and Roll Under 15K

I have nice speakers for acoustics, jazz, vocals, etc. but are not great for rock and roll.  Would welcome any recommendations for speakers that do a great job with classic rock and roll.  I will add some components in my system that might influence thinking:

New Audio Frontiers Tube Preamp, New Audio Frontiers 845 Tube Power Amp, Lampizator Atlantic DAC, Innuos Zenith Streamer, Tchernov cables.


I don't think you need to listen loud to enjoy rock.  A clean, dry, hard, loud sound that it seems some are advocating for may sound good initially, but your ears will hate it after some time.  Give me the bass, give me the texture, crunch, extended warm guitars and I am happy.  


Sadly, I have never heard any of the bigger Tannoy’s.  I only heard the inexpensive one with an 8 inch woofer.  I will have to hit another Audio Show to hear the Tannoy’s. I have heard the Klipsch and am hoping to purchase a new pair of Cornwall IV speakers this year.  I will use it in my secondary system that houses the JBLL100 Classic speakers I am using now in conjunction with a McIntosh MA6600 200wpc integrated amp.  I like to try different speakers in this system.  I never heard the PS Audio speakers as they are far too expensive and love my GE Triton Refs in my main system.  My living room is not that big and the Triton Refs with their slim profile allows me truly full range sound and still allows me to see the entire TV screen. 

I could not disagree more.. 

@mofojo Big myths die hard. So this does not surprise me- I get pushback on it all the time. But it comes down to something very simple, which is can you find a designer who can say what parameters exactly will favor a certain genre?

I've been doing this 45 years and got an engineering degree early on. I know a lot of designers and none of them make any claims to this effect. Since I design amps and preamps I see things a bit differently,  thru the eyes of my test equipment. Once that signal is in the amp, the amp does not care what it is, it just amplifies it. I suspect the same thing for speakers- they have no taste, they just move as the amp tells them.