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Tyson Ritter On New All-American Rejects Music:“We’re All Excited To Release Songs That Got Shelved”
"We're all excited just to be able to be creative and do what we want now." - Tyson Ritter.
It's a year today that Twenty One Pilots dropped the video for 'Jumpsuit' and kickstarted the 'Trench' era. The 365 days that followed have been nothing short of a whirlwind, and a LOT has happened. So here is everything that the band have achieved in that time in one bitesize chunk for you.
We love Lights.
In a Rock Sound exclusive, we're taking you behind the scenes of Lights' newest single.
"It has been closure for me and maybe even my ex. I think it has been a positive thing." - Jack Barakat.
We have a feeling you're gonna like RedHook...
That's right. Today is the fourth of July - the day our American bretheren look to the sky and go "ohhhhhhh" at bright colours exploding. To celebrate here are loads of songs about fireworks!
From Panic! and BMTH to The Offspring and Weezer, plus everything in between.
With Warped Tour's 25th aniversary events kicking off this weekend, we thought we would take the opportunity to make the final power rankings of the festival. This is it, the 10 bands who have played the best summer ever the most over its history.
Over their near 20 year career, Sum 41 have been through it all - and their music reflects that. Here is how their sound and vision has adapted over their 6 brilliant albums.
"There are literally no rules. We’ve got already, 50, 60 song ideas..." - Rob Damiani.
Ahead of of The Bottom Line's second album dropping tomorrow, we're going in track by track.
A career spanning almost two decades and more hits than you've had hot dinners, Sum 41 have seen and done it all. And with such a career comes a long line of visually stimulating videos to boot. So here for your viewing pleasure is the history of the band through their music videos.
Introducing a brand new Aussie rock band: The Dead Love!
Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley is going pretty steady these days. From that stability, he's crafted 'Order In Decline' - a vicious, emotice, accidental commentary on the state of the world.
Five years on from its release, Caleb Shomo is reflecting on Beartooth's debut album.
Can't believe it's been eight years already.
Over the course of their career, Slipknot have evolved musically in so many brilliant and bonkers ways. With each album possessing its own character and mood, this is the definitive look at the discogrpahy of one of the most iconic names in metal.
As Slipknot kick off the 'We Are Not Your Kind' era in style, let's look back over the array of music videos that got us to this point. Expect gore, guts and plenty of gross out moments. Brilliant, right?