Featuring the likes of Frank Iero and We Are The Ocean, this is pretty special.
It's been six years since My Chemical Romance hung up their boots and called it a day. But what exactly have each of them been up to in the mean time? Let us take you on a journey.
Meet Frank Iero And The Patience.
We know. We're still sad too.
Here's everything you missed this week.
We need to go. Need to.
It's good to have him back.
All recovered from BMTH, PTV and Co. yesterday? GOOD.
Just take our money.
Weren't at Hit The Deck over the weekend? You missed a cracker. In our second and final gallery from the fest, snapper Giles Smith checks in with Frnkiero Andthe Cellabration, The Swellers, As It Is and more.
Good band, good label. Good news.
In RS199, we step behind the scenes of one of the world’s hottest bands – All Time Low – as they teeter on the edge of superstardom. Elsewhere, Danny Worsnop talks We Are Harlot, Asking Alexandria and more, we hear about the songs that inspired Frank Iero and My Chemical Romance, and we dip behind the scenes on Architects’ biggest ever tour.
PLUS: There are eight FREE ALL TIME LOW POSTERS. FREE, we say.
Yeah, that was a pun. Deal with it.
You're really, really going to want to look at this list.
Skindred, While She Sleeps, Cancer Bats, Frnkiero Andthe Cellabration and many more line-up for this year's Hit The Deck.
We love you Frankie, we do. We love you Frankie, we do.
As the end of the year edged into sight, we had one more round of tour madness before the festival downtime kicked in. Here's what you missed in November (spoiler: contains pop-punk, tears and BABYMETAL)
In the first part of our year in review video series, You Me At Six's Josh Franceschi, Pierce The Veil's Vic Fuentes, A Day To Remember's Jeremy McKinnon and loads more recall their earliest memories of 2014. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see the next episode first!
Last week, Mallory Knox played a two-night stint at London's Electric Ballroom. Here's what we made of the first show on Wednesday, November 26.