It's been a big release week for them, but does it still suck to be in Four Year Strong? Errr NOPE. Here's why.
Champagne for your Real Friends, real pain for your sham friends....
In the latest issue of Rock Sound, we offer some handy advice for those discovering All Time Low for the first time. Not read it yet? These 12 tracks are a good starting point.
It's funny how digging out any old column from the Slipknot / Stone Sour man can have vital relevance in the present day. Here, in his column from Issue 124 (first printed in July 2009), Corey Taylor rains fire on organised religion and no sect is safe from his crosshairs.
It's safe to say that Blink-182 know what they're doing when it comes to music videos, having created some of the most memorable ones in pop-punk over their two-and-a-bit decades on the scene. Ahead of their UK appearances next month, we figured it's about time to reel off their most important / ridiculous video moments to date. Warning: contains nudity, fire and incredible fake facial hair.
'The Young And The Hopeless' was the start of Good Charlotte's world domination, and opened up a LOT of doors for people just getting into rock and pop-punk circa 2002. Here, in there own words, Benji and Joel Madden recount the days that shaped their lives.
This feature originally appeared in Issue 167 of Rock Sound (November 2012).
Californian emo punks Joyce Manor release their new album 'Never Hungover Again' this week through Epitaph. To, err, celebrate, the band's frontman Barry Johnson reveals whose notes he's been cribbing...
A Day To Remember have always been good at the whole music video thing. They're funny, they're wacky, and sometimes they even contain singing poops. Or porn stars. Or everyone from every punk band ever. Time to take a trip down memory lane and relive them in all their glory.
He might've written this column back in 2010, but Corey Taylor's Rock Sound column from Issue 135 still rings true today. Yep, even for the Slipknot / Stone Sour frontman, life ain't fair.
While they're busy criss-crossing the States as part of Mayhem Festival this summer, we take a look back at Trivium's classic '05 album 'Ascendancy' in our 2013 Hall Of Fame feature. In their own words, this is how Trivium's second album changed the metal landscape for years to come.
London-based folk dude Rob Lynch is out on Vans Warped Tour all summer long, ploughing his trade to anyone who stops by the Acoustic Basement stage. As the only English artist on the entire run he's in a great position to tell us the realities of the world's biggest travelling festival, and boy, has he seen some sights....
Every month in Rock Sound magazine, we give Slipknot / Stone Sour man Corey Taylor a page to spew whatever thoughts pop into his head. This classic column from issue 164 has more than just a few nuggets of madness... but we're down with the toilet paper thing!
You Blew It! are set to release a Weezer covers EP called 'You Blue It' (geddit?) next week, and we're streaming a track from the release. You can listen to 'In The Garage' right here...
Islander's violent and destructive new album 'Violence & Destruction' is out today via Victory Records. To mark the occasion, frontman Mikey Carvajal walks us through the story behind the album. It's an interesting one, for sure.
We're right in the thick of festival season and the World Cup, so it's a good time to remember this gem from our resident columnist, Slipknot and Stone Sour man Corey Taylor.
Sonisphere kicks off tomorrow. Struggling to get in the mood? Here’s some stuff that we’re excited to see this weekend, and some ludicrously wild speculation.
Ahead of their show at Kingston's Fighting Cocks tonight and 2000Trees Festival next Friday in Cheltenham, we've hooked up the new video from the Guildford ska-punks The JB Conspiracy. Give it a watch!
Reading metallers five-piece Malefice have been quiet for a while. The good news is they're a) playing Sonisphere this weekend b) there's a new EP coming soon (details TBC) and c) We've got a FREE DOWNLOAD of one track taken from it. Come get yours.
A multi-million selling, era-defining behemoth, Limp Bizkit's third album brought nu metal to its commercial peak. Ahead of their performance at Sonsiphere this weekend, we look back at the remarkable story of 'Chocolate Starfish...'