Emo stars My Chemical Romance continue their triumphant comeback tour in Warrington and you can check out the photos from the show here.
Trivium frontman Matt Heafy unleashes ‘Rashomon,’ the first fruits of his black metal project Ibaraki; as dramatic and thought-provoking as it is unrelentingly violent.
Fabio vocalist with multi-cultural pop-punks The Kanz picks out his Top Ten Most Bangin’ Pop Punk Anthems. Check out his choices here.
LA artist Leo Lauren recently released his new wave/Goth-pop-infused single “Supernormal” – a tantalizing tease to his upcoming EP…
England’s Wolf Culture join us for this Stereo Six to share the albums that helped shape them into the snarling pop-punk musicians they are today.
Neil Fallon, lyricist, singer, and rhythm guitarist with riffmeisters Clutch has organised a special online auction of rare and sought after rock ‘n roll memorabilia to benefit the Innocent Lives Foundation. Find out more here:
Summer saw them playing Warped Tour while December saw them touring Europe with Bowling For Soup so it would be fair to say that 2018 was awesome for Not Ur Girlfrenz. We spoke to the band recently to find out more about their favourite bits of the last twelve months.
Julien-K frontman Ryan Shuck first found success as a founding member of Orgy and a writer of Korn classics, but he credits his success as a restauranteur to his early days as a hairdresser.
Maybe As It Is do have good intentions with the style and sound change on record number three, but something about The Great Depression – out August 10th on Fearless Records – feels insincere.
To learn more about the new Steve Albini-recorded album Keep The Coffins Coming, we had the pleasure of doing some Q&A with Frank Iero.
My Chemical Romance rocked the crowd at Bell Centre, opening for Blink 182. They played a lot of their more known singles for a massive crowd who wasn’t afraid to sing along. Insane performance! Check out the pics shot on a Nikon D90, 50mm f/1.8.
Manchester Orchestra played a great set in Montreal on August 16th. They opened for My Chemical Romance and Blink 182 and really got the crowd stoked and excited about the whole event! Photos courtesy of a Nikon D90, 50mm f/1.8.
It all stared with a simple login to MySpace and a picture which caught my eye. It started with this photo. Born and raised in Jacksonville Florida, this 28 year old traded in the bright sunshine for a different kind of light in L.A. Enter Tyler Shields. Probably the coolest person in L.A at this very moment. Why? Because he takes killer photographs and isn’t afraid of what he has to say, or better yet, display.