As far as i've seen it became underground or "obscure" again, something ironically many of us wanted back in the day. I also found myself in the days of metalcore/emo, which i disliked, but among them there's was also oldheads (Toto, Scorpions, Deep Purple, etc, "dadrock") the tougher chain draggers (death/black metal, some thrash metal), the goths popular with women (Nightwish, Stratovarius, basically Goth and Power Metal along with Evanessence) and the actually rare stoners, which i related the most despite actually not using substances hence why i separated myself from them (Psychedelic Rock, Shoegaze, Stoner Metal, some electronica like Goia Trance).
Nowadays i've identified that only a strange combination of the oldhead/chainman exists in the teenager/high school years, dudes who really like rock/metal in general and may know stuff far away from the mainstream but who never go the distance of using leather items, square metal belts or sometimes even the classic black shirt under the school uniform.
In my region these days it's mostly nigger babble rap, events around rap battles, abstract nigger sounds akin to Death Grips, hipster pop or /mu/ pop (popular with women), the much maligned reggaeton/dance hall pop and, thank God, a lot of country/regional music (belittled but never dies because the people never do unless replaced
So in short, a much smaller presence but it's there, kinda like how real
punk had its followers but were niche even inside the rock circles. I can imagine the only trace Punk has nowadays is some chicks wearing Misfits t-shirts and some legit madhouse material breaking glass bottles for fun outside bars.