There's literally zero prize for correctly guessing number one.
We follow the Polaris lads around Paris.
Because today we're celebrating the death of the hiatus!
MAKE IT HAPPEN.
On the day that it turns 10 years old, we look back at A Day To Remember's third album and the effect it had on the scene and our perceptions of what could be considered heavy or not.
Here's some brilliance from BJA himself.
Green Day have produced a LOT of music over their 30 year career, yet a lot of it often gets overlooked. So here for your listening pleasure are some of the more weirder, wilder and wickedly underappreciated moments from the band's early years.
When he's not tearing up stages the world over with A Day To Remember, frontman Jeremy McKinnon somehow finds the time to produce hits with a whole bunch of other bands. Busy guy.
Let's not pretend like you're alone tonight- I know you're there and doing this quiz.
How is this almost 10 years old?
We're going deep on the facts that you might now know.
"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.