Renowned rock band Taking Back Sunday is currently celebrating their milestone 20th anniversary and, as their mammoth 2019 world tour winds down, powerhouse drummer Mark O’Connell took time to chat with Christopher Long and reflect on his group’s “weird and wild“ ride.
Celebrating their milestone 20th anniversary with a massive world tour, Taking Back Sunday hit the stage hard recently at the House of Blues in Orlando, Florida, along with Red City Radio, leaving fans in attendance all sweaty and satisfied.
Few debut records have had such a profound, long-lasting and far-reaching impact as Taking Back Sunday’s 2002 debut, Tell All Your Friends (Victory Records). Released via Craft Recordings on October 4, 2019, the new anniversary vinyl reissue of this platinum-selling classic further enhances the record’s WOW-factor.
If you’re sad to see summer go, peruse our Top 10 misery-loves-company emo tunes to mark summer’s soon to be official end – four days and counting – featuring classics like American Football and The Promise Ring, and newer acts such as Modern Baseball and Mom Jeans.
With a discography that continues to prove timeless, it’s no surprise to see that Taking Back Sunday has continued to grow. We caught their 20th-anniversary tour at The Warfield in San Francisco, CA, along with openers Frank Iero and the Future Violents.
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.
It’s that day of the week again, nope not hump day, the day after, which is #tbt y’all. We have a nostalgic Audioslave track, plus tunes from Taking Back Sunday and Brand New!
Long Island’s Taking Back Sunday have confirmed some massive birthday plans in celebration of their 20th anniversary as a band.
Long Island Sound Fest had its first run on Labour Day Weekend, boasting two days full of Long Island-based bands, ranging from new and local, like Strawberry Blonde, to household names like Wheatus and John Nolan.
We caught up with Coheed and Cambria (Roadrunner Records) and Taking Back Sunday (Hopeless Records) during a recent tour stop at Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia, PA.
The Long Island band Envy On The Coast is back! We spoke with Ryan Hunter and Brian Byrne about the Ritual EP, their reformation, Instagram, video content and future plans.
Crisp and crunchy, the latest effort from Hot Mulligan offers a catchy collection of 11 concise ear worms that’s sure to resonate with the spirit animal that resides within the hearts of most Taking Back Sunday and Good Charlotte fans.