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You might be surprised at the result!
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Six years ago today Fall Out Boy released the brilliant ‘Save Rock And Roll’.
Because why hear a song once when you can hear their best over and over again?
Do you know more than the meme?
This alternate version of 'Something Wonderful' is by its name, something wonderful.
Aside from spending 12 years fronting one of the biggest bands in the world, forging a solo career AND writing a ton of comic books, Gerard Way still had time to appear on other people's stuff! Here are some of the best.
Over just five albums, Asking Alexandria have climbed to the top of the modern metalcore pile and conquered both the underground and the mainstream. One the eighth anniversary of the release of their second album 'Reckless & Relentless', we look back at their journey up 'til now.
Lotus Eater are taking us through their brand new EP, track by track.
Over their illustrious and eccentric 22 year history, Good Charlotte have taken on many different styles and sounds. In celebration of their album 'Good Morning Revival' turning 12 today, we thought it was only right to look back over every album the band has released.
Back in 2011 A Day To Remember kicked off their 'What Seperates Me From You' campaign with the brilliantly bludgeoning 'All I Want'. The accompanying video featured a LOT of very familiar faces. Let's have a proper look and see who we can find doing their best lip syncs.
There's been a surprisingly small amount?
On its 16th Birthday, we honour the OG Fall Out Boy album.
Linkin Park's second album 'Meteora' was released 16 years ago today (March 25). But is it their best album?
Creeper's debut album turns two years old today, and what a journey it has been on. From the build-up to the aftermath, the band have kept an air of mystery around the album's story. So to celebrate here is a bitesize look into all the different twists and turns of the album's era.
It's been six years since My Chemical Romance hung up their boots and called it a day. But what exactly have each of them been up to in the mean time? Let us take you on a journey.
We pay tribute to mark his 43rd birthday.
MySpace was a truly magical place for a musician. A site where you could share your art, interact with your fans and become global superstars nearly overnight. A lot of bands cut their teeth on the site over the years. Here are some of them.