Ahead of their new album, ‘All Distortions Are Intentional”, this Friday, Neck Deep have released their latest single “Sick Joke”.
New Found Glory shot to fame in the early ‘00s with their self-titled album, New Found Glory, followed just…
Los Angeles, CA-based alternative rock group, Point North—consisting of musicians Jon Lundin, Andy Hershey, and Sage Weeber—have unveiled their…
Sum 41’s frontman Deryck Whibley discusses the band’s new Hopeless Records album Order In Decline, his guitar influences, creating organically, and upcoming plans.
Doll Skin drummer, Meghan Herring, speaks openly about her passion for music and the realities of life on the road, as well as dishing on her band’s upcoming Hopeless Records album Love Is Dead And We Killed Her and U.S. summer tour with punk/pop kingpins, New Found Glory.
A fitting celebration of twenty years in the music industry, ‘Twenty’ is a suitably nostalgic trip for fans of emo kings Taking Back Sunday while, at the same time, setting things up nicely for the future.
Taking Back Sunday have released an animated video for their new single “All Ready To Go” taken from their forthcoming career-spanning compilation titled Twenty.
Maryland rockers Good Charlotte, along with supporting acts Sleeping With Sirens and Knuckle Puck, made a stop at Toronto’s Rebel during their rad “Generation RX Tour”.
Stand Atlantic have released a video for new single “Skinny Dipping”. “Skinny Dipping” is the third single from their upcoming album out on October 26.
Long Island’s Taking Back Sunday have confirmed some massive birthday plans in celebration of their 20th anniversary as a band.
Neck Deep have released their cover of Natalie Imbruglia hit “Torn” and have recreated the music video in all its glory. Check it out here.
Just when you thought Fridays couldn’t get any better, Oh, Weatherly and Hopeless Records team up to ensure July 27th is the best day it could possibly be… check out Lips Like Oxygen, the Dallas quintet’s debut full-length.
Though it’s unlikely anyone who has come this far with Hundredth will be taken aback by Ultrarare’s tangential direction, it’s still magnificent to see a band break with their past so boldly.