"We’re doing all this shit with red carpets and pictures, hanging out with people we’ve always looked up to as musicians… it’s so sick. I’m stoked just talking about it.” - Eric Vanlerberghe.
"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.
Plus, Lizzy's debut album is on the way!
"We’re having so much fun, and enjoying what we’re doing so much." - Andy Biersack.
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 seventh anniversary of 'Vessel', we take a look back at how it was clear that the band were on to something big.
This album has so many easter eggs in it, that it's almost not a horror-themed album after all.
It's been a cracking year when it comes to bands playing other people's songs. From worldwide smashes to melancholy overloads, there's been a bit of everything. So we rooted around and pulled out the best of the best.
Aside from fronting Issues and Woe, Is Me AND forging a solo career for himself, Tyler Carter somehow finds time to appear on other people's tracks! In celebration of his birthday here are 12 of the best.
Frank talks all things 'Barriers' in a feature from this summer.
Explore Chrissy, Dan and Will's full history in their own words.
No one could touch the year that Yungblud has had.
My Chemical Romance are BACK! We were at The Shrine in Los Angeles to see it all go down. Here's how the rock event of the decade looked from where we were standing...
Because who better to explain 'FANDOM' than the lads in Waterparks?
Before you ask, of course their cover from 'Punk Goes Crunk' makes an appearance.
Mark Hoppus is a man of many talents. Aside from carving out a legacy as one of pop-punk's forefathers he is also pretty handy behind the production desk. Here are some albums that have his fingerprints all over them.
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.
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.
Make your voice HEARD.