From Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco to Linkin Park and My Chemical Romance...
Believe it or not, this album is about to turn 15 years old. But
The phenomenon of bands writing songs mentioning California. We need to talk about it.
Because even the biggest bands in our world started somewhere.
Frank looks back on the MCRX flag clip that marked the album's 10th anniversary.
Enough time has gone by that we can probably talk about this now.
It's time. It's time to get bloody FESTIVE.
You can just tell that they were destined to be one of the biggest bands in the world.
Because we can all dream.
In honour of 12 years of the seminal My Chemical Romance album 'The Black Parade', the scene weighs in on the album that shaped a generation.
Whether you need to wallow in it, push through it, or get angry- there's a song for that.
Every brilliant album needs a brilliant conclusion and these 15 are lightyears ahead of the rest.
You can't go wrong with a good "na na na". It's the thing that takes a good song up to a great song. To celebrate the most infectious of hook, here are 15 of the very best.
These albums are the stuff of myth and legend.
One of the most common things to do when writing a song is to use a person's name as the title. Here are 15 of the best that include girls.
With 12 years and 15 videos to consider, this list has not been taken lightly.
Whether it's for secret shows, or to bring more magic to an album's concept- we love it when big bands adopt alter-egos.
Development is key when it comes to being a band for a long time. You can't just keep doing the same thing over and over again. Yet when you listen to a band when they first started to how they sound now, it's hard to believe that they're the same outfit at all. Here are some of the most dramatic transformations.
The moments that can only happen when the whole scene is condensed on to one line-up for an entire summer
It’s 16 years since My Chemical Romance released their debut record ‘I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love’. Little did they know when they dropped this scrappy little number that they would be building the foundations of an empire. To celebrate let’s take a look back on the album that started it all.