They've signed to Hopeless Records!
Here. We. Go.
This is scary.
Is this even real?!
Large announcement is large, etc.
The best story of the weekend.
This just got twice as awesome.
In RS197, we've shoved a load of classic photos of our favourite bands in the middle pages so you can stick them up on your walls. Have a flick through our gallery to see who's included. Spoiler: It's Paramore, Bring Me The Horizon, Fall Out Boy, Enter Shikari, Sum 41, All Time Low, Asking Alexandria and Panic! At The Disco. LOOK AT 'EM!
2014 Laid Bare: Deryck Whibley, Tim Lambesis, Slam Dunk and Suicide Silence Hit The Headlines In May
Festival season really kicked in as May rolled around. Elsewhere, some big names tried some new things and a couple of more sombre stories broke, too...
Deryck Whibley's dropped even more hints that the wheels on the Sum 41 machine are moving again.
As the Sum 41 man furthers his road to sobriety, he's been digging out some old blogs he used to run on Myspace called 'The Red Wine Chronicles'. It looks like he'll be publishing some forgotten gems over the coming weeks / months.
It's been a rough year for Deryck Whibley, but the Sum 41 man is on the mend. And in his recouperation, it looks like he's been digging out some old gems...
Some things have happened this week. The Ghost Inside announced a new album and Panic! At The Disco covered 'Bohemian Rhapsody', for starters. But here's some stuff that's a little less important (but funnier) than those...
Issue 191 of Rock Sound is pretty much a pop-punk special, and inside, we give our run-down of the genre's 51 most essential albums. Inspired by the feature, we're compiling a bunch of playlists for your aural pleasure. Missed part 1? Catch up here!