Let's go right back to the start.
20 years ago today Green Day released their sixth album, and kickstarted a whole new era for the band. We take a deep dive into what makes it so special and just how it affected everything that came afterwards.
What songs do you think would sound perfect on the Pro Skater soundtrack?
Here’s A List Of Songs With A Positive Message That Will Help You Feel Inspired In These Tough Times
We know these trying days can be a hefty slog. So we’ve compiled a selection of songs that all feature something to help pick you up when things can seem a bit tough, from thoughtful messages to just some straight up energetic tunes.
Few bands have toyed with concepts, politics and boundaries quite like Enter Shikari. Prolific doesn’t cut it when it comes to the four lads from St Albans and their consistency in driving forward, just look at their video output for the last decade and a half.
To honour the milestone of Green Day’s debut album ’39/Smooth’ turning thirty today, we’ve scoured the internet to find Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool (and even original drummer John Kiffmeyer who actually featured on the album) bringing those ten slices of Green Day history to life throughout their career.
"We’re having so much fun, and enjoying what we’re doing so much." - Andy Biersack.
Frank talks all things 'Barriers' in a feature from this summer.
Alex Gaskarth On Simple Creatures:“We Don’t Want To Do Anything That Sounds Like What We Already Do”
"We both were very much aware of the day jobs that are going to still have to come first." - Alex Gaskarth.
"It’s kind of a 'gleeful middle-finger to everything’ sentiment, because that's exactly what this project was." - Alex Gaskarth.
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.