It's been a big week: we've had new music from Slipknot, news of new music from Fall Out Boy, and Hostage Calm broke all of hearts. But what about all the non-important stuff you missed this week, hmm? Who's keeping tabs on that?
Oh. We are.
This week, Kids In Glass Houses FINALLY got their name on a kick drum, just before they say goodbye for good. Better late than never, right?
(If it needs a home after the last show, we'll take it, lads)
Don Broco went, like, totally boyband.
Enter Shikari man Rou Reynolds may or may not have started to lose the plot a little bit.
Time for a 'Mindsweep' maybe? sorrynotsorry
Bury Tomorrow's Dani Winter-Bates unleashed some home truths
Can the rockstar bullshit, you ain't a saviour, profit or god ..Your human, start acting like it, maybe then you'll learn to appreciate fans— Daniel Winter-Bates (@DanBuryTomorrow) October 9, 2014
Meanwhile, While She Sleeps' Mat Welsh stopped mid-shave to take this once-in-a-lifetime snap
Dr Holmes and I.
Elsewhere, Alex All Time Low recorded some vocals with... hold on. What the fuck is that, Alex?
While Paramore's Hayley Williams got deep in thought.
sometimes i sit at my computer for a minute... then 87 hours later i look up and realize it's dark outside and i've had to pee for ages.— hayley from Paramore (@yelyahwilliams) October 10, 2014
Don't we all, Hayley. Don't we all?
Oli Sykes went to Krusty Burger. We repeat: OLI. SYKES. WENT. TO. KRUSTY BURGER.
Alex Sears from Decade lost his tiny mind bc donuts
My girlfriend is making home made donuts. Currently losing my tiny mind.— Alex Sears (@alexsears_) October 8, 2014
Trivium's Paolo Gregoletto sniffed a cat
Aaaaand finally, Lower Than Atlantis chap Mike Duce constructed the best meal to have ever existed. Mike, we salute you for this one.
Lunch was nice.
We'll be back on Monday with some more actual news. Probably. In the meantime, why not take a look at the new issue of that magazine we make? You might like it.