"People aren’t at the shows because they heard it on the radio or saw it on a billboard, they found my music themselves. Everyone’s there because they care and they sing hard."
We've run the numbers.
From Green Day and Fall Out Boy to Muse, The Offspring and Papa Roach...
Not far off when you consider the post-apocalyptic nature of the hellscape we all live in.
Can you remember?
Bet you can't guess number one...
We love the originals, but there's something special about Brendon Urie putting his own spin on someone else's song.
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.
10 Years Ago Brendon Urie Joined Fall Out Boy On Stage For A Surprise ‘America’s Suitehearts’ Collab
We're taking it back to 2009.
From Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco to Linkin Park and My Chemical Romance...
Guest vocals? He's got 'em nailed.
Believe it or not, this album is about to turn 15 years old. But
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.
Plus, frontman Rob Vicars takes us through the whole EP track by track before its release this Friday.
The phenomenon of bands writing songs mentioning California. We need to talk about it.
Because even the biggest bands in our world started somewhere.
It's a classic, but how well do you know the words to 'I Write Sins'?
Before '(This Is) Heaven' is released tomorrow, the lads in Young Culture are taking you through it, track by track.
Because even band members age, apparently?!
"We are already working on the next single." - Denis Stoff