"I feel as though the cancel culture that has plagued the Internet and doesn’t actually mean anything is now just people who are angry and have an opinion and want to be heard. The easiest way to do that is by being an anonymous person on the Internet, and targeting musicians and entertainers who are sharing themselves in a way that a lot of people wouldn’t." - Telle Smith.
"We are The Word Alive — and we just had to be ourselves for the first time ever." - Telle Smith.
This is the ultimate experience for one lucky The Word Alive fan and their friend.
The Word Alive’s Telle Smith On Twitter Culture “The Entertainment World As A Whole Can Be So Toxic”
Telle has taken aim at toxic internet culture.
'RISE' is being recognised.
Plus, The Plot In You have been added to the lineup.
This time, they're really baring their hearts.
This is a bit of an anthem.
We like what we're hearing so far.
It's a powerful anthem about facing negative self-talk, and continuing to fight the good fight.
Ahead of The Word Alive dropping their new album 'Violent Noise' this Friday, we had a chat with Telle Smith to chat about all the changes that the band have gone through recently, and what the future is looking like for them.
"But why am I like this?"
The Word Alive are back, so here's to bringing you up to speed.
"I'm not okaaaaaaaaaaaay..."
They are bringing the 'Dark Matter' era to a close in style.
Warped Tour is really going to be missed.
He aims to perform sitting down at shows in the near future.
Excited for new The Word Alive music?
"I wanted to honor him with continuing what he was about".