One of the most revered and celebrated drummers in the world, Travis Barker is a man of many talents. He may have forged a career through pop-punk but that hasn't stopped him featuring on some proper leftfield bangers.
It's almost Halloween and you know what that means. Time to watch lots of scary things and hide behind the sofa because they're actually too scary. In celebration of that, are some of the music videos that gave us the creeps the most.
Your guide to one of the most emotional and raw albums of 2018.
7 years ago Patrick Stump broke down barriers and released his debut solo album 'Soul Punk'. A brave and bold record that showcased the talents of one of the scene's most iconic voices, this is what can teach us in 2018.
"From there you have to find yourself again some way and somehow."
Waterparks are heading back to the UK, and Awsten is delighted.
"I’ve been doing this since I was literally 12 years old. So throughout that I still don’t know where we fit, and I think our fans know that."
We love a cover. But what we love more than a cover is a cover expertly orchestrated by Twenty One Pilots.
The ultimate clique test.
Twenty One Pilots have never done things by half. Every record that they have produced over their varied, colourful, boundary smashing career has been nothing less than a triumph for all that have let it into their hearts, souls and minds. Yet with ‘Trench’, there is something different. Something deeper. There’s something that makes it the most important moment of their time as a band.
You asked, they answered, we went through them all.
Plus, the world premiere of his brand new single featuring his wife Chantal Claret.
Two voices are better than one!
"I’m not here to talk shit, but I feel like we are in a scene where people play it so safe, always."
Tissues ready, this one is emotional
Before 'Trench' is released this Friday, we're bringing you up to speed.
Time to prove if you're really a [email protected] Superfan.
One whole month of Halloween bangers, coming right up.
From Panic! and BMTH to The Offspring and Weezer, plus everything in between.