Experience Warped from home.
More festivals, more bands.
Should be fun.
Fingers at the ready, there's some violent pointing to be done.
Sleeping With Sirens, you say? Barbecue, you say?
Don't talk, just listen.
This is 'Heavy Gloom'.
We defy you not to shout along to this one.
The album's coming in May through Pure Noise. The new song 'Nerve' is huge. That's about all you need to know.
What do you want from us? News? Don't be ridiculous.
For some unexplained reason, a bunch of Twitter accounts sprung up recently where people draw pictures of their favourite bands. Except, y'know, poorly. Some are truly crap, others are magnificent. Here's our Top 12 that we've found because it's Friday and WHY THE HELL NOT?
Woo! Yeah! Go Team Sports!
Oli Sykes came clean. The Story So Far got in a scuffle. Upon A Burning Body did something really, really silly. July was a month of scandal, but there were lighter moments, too...
New Found Glory's Pop-Punk's Not Dead tour rolled into Birmingham over the weekend, with The Story So Far, State Champs, Candy Hearts and Only Rivals in tow. Our Carla Mundy was there for these photos.
A Day To Remember's second Self Help Festival descended on Philadelphia's Festival Pier this weekend. Take a look at our highlights gallery to see how ADTR, Bring Me The Horizon, The Wonder Years, Crown The Empire, Motionless In White, Chiodos and everyone else got on throughout the day.
A Day To Remember's second Self Help Festival descended on Philadelphia's Festival Pier this weekend. Take a look at our highlights gallery to see how ADTR, Bring Me The Horizon, The Wonder Years, Crown The Empire, Motionless In White, Chiodos and the rest of the bands got on throughout the day! All photos by Ashley Osborn for Rock Sound.
Relive all of the Friday action at Reading & Leeds Festival with The Story So Far, Tonight Alive, Young Guns, Papa Roach, Sleeping With Sirens, Neck Deep, A Day To Remember, You Me At Six, The Wonder Years, Every Time I Die and Blink-182!
Pop-punkers State Champs have a new acoustic EP on the way cleverly called 'The Acoustic Things,' which is the follow up to their last album 'The Finer Things.' See what they did there? Yeah. You can now listen to the track Elevated...
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!