Creeper's debut album turns two years old today, and what a journey it has been on. From the build-up to the aftermath, the band have kept an air of mystery around the album's story. So to celebrate here is a bitesize look into all the different twists and turns of the album's era.
MySpace was a truly magical place for a musician. A site where you could share your art, interact with your fans and become global superstars nearly overnight. A lot of bands cut their teeth on the site over the years. Here are some of them.
Hey everybody! Earlier this week it was Tay Jardine's Birthday! To celebrate such a special occasion we have scoured the Internet for some of the best examples of music which include just her and a guitar.
'SO WHAT?' is out right now through Spinefarm.
Covering all topics from the first time they came across one anothers' bands, through to the end of Warped Tour, all the way to fatherhood- this chat goes deep.
It's Billie Joe Armstrong's birthday! Throughout the lifespan of Green Day, Billie Joe has reach legend status both as a musician but also a personality, yet they are not the only band he has played some sort of role in. So to celebrate such a special day, here are all of the projects he has been involved in over the years.
"It’s just that want for starting a band and making weird sounding music. I think we like the idea of still being in that position." - Dallas Green
'The Ghost Of Ohio' is coming.
For years bands have been visiting the BBC and producing absolutely beautiful sessions. During those sessions many have taken on someone else's song and made it their own. Here are some of the best examples of that. You are welcome.
Emarosa’s Bradley Walden: “We’re Not Apologising For Making ‘Peach Club’ Because It’s Fucking Great”
Post-hardcore Emarosa has gone. This is a new era.
10 years ago today, Blink-182 came back into our lives in a big way after a four year long hiatus. A LOT of happened in the 10 years that have followed. Let's look back over them together.
Pop-punk legend. King of Twitter. Is there anything Mark Hoppus can't do? Well add to the list deliver a killer guest vocal on someone else's song. Here are his absolute best.
On the day that it turns 10 years old, we look back at A Day To Remember's third album and the effect it had on the scene and our perceptions of what could be considered heavy or not.
Green Day have produced a LOT of music over their 30 year career, yet a lot of it often gets overlooked. So here for your listening pleasure are some of the more weirder, wilder and wickedly underappreciated moments from the band's early years.
A name synonymous with brutality, Parkway Drive have worked their way up the metalcore ladder to sit at the very top over the last 15 years. We thought it only right to look back on the tracks that helped them reach such lofty heights and why they always been a cut above the rest.
We've filled you in on the albums that are celebrating their 5th birthday, now it's time to look at the records that came out a decade ago. Strap yourselves in, it's gonna get nostalgic.
"We are already working on the next single." - Denis Stoff
Before Neck Deep, Pop-Punk and the United Kingdom were two things that you never really saw side by side. Yet when the band released their debut album 5 years ago today, everything changed. We spoke to vocalist Ben Barlow about the album's legacy and how important it was for him and the band.
You may know Caleb Shomo from banging his head off while fronting Beartooth, but that's not the only place he has let his vocal talents roam free. Here are 12 of the best tracks that he has appeared on over the years.
Twenty One Pilots are without a doubt the biggest band in the world right now, but back in 2013 they were still simmering under the radar but ready-made to explode. To celebrate the 6th anniversary of 'Vessel', we take a look back at how it was clear that the band were on to something big.