Many artists fade into obscurity as they navigate the scene, but few have managed to fight back the innate…
With dates now rescheduled for September, Slam Dunk Festival organisers have added Alkaline Trio and The Used to the line-up.
Cory Wells is set to release his new album The Way We Are (Pure Noise Records) on November 15th and joins us for a new edition of Stereo Six to list the records shaped the new album, including The Used, Dashboard Confessional, and Johnny Cash.
Emo/alternative legends The Used performed to a packed Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, bringing along an eccentric but kick-ass opening bill in Red Sun Rising and The Fever 333.
Metropolitan Park hosted this year’s Welcome to Rockville festival and we had a blast on Day 1, covering bands like Halestorm, Underoath and Parkway Drive.
The Used have announced a set of dates across the UK and Europe for February 2018. Get more details here…
The Used have announced a tour that will include Red Sun Rising and The Fever 333 that will begin at the end of April and stretch through right into July with a short break in between.
Canadian Music Week has announced the exciting next wave of artists who will be performing at this year’s festival that will take May 7th to 13th.
The Used, supporting their new Hopeless Records release The Canyon, hit Boston’s House of Blues this past week with support from Glassjaw.
Review By: Matthew Bamber Photography By: Anthony Duty http://theused.net/ It was a packed house for The Used on April…
With only two shows in the UK since the release of their Imaginary Enemy album last year and set brimming with classics, it’s no wonder the atmosphere was electric as The Used returned to the UK.
Imaginary Enemy is The Used’s sixth studio offering and has been described by some as “their political album”. While it would appear that way as the album sparks into life with frontman Bert McCracken “calling for revolution,” there does also seem to be another side to this disc with songs like “Cry” dealing with subjects immediately more personal to McCracken.
Ah, The Used. This alternative rock foursome seems to always know how to produce increasingly complex, emotive and approachable new music while maintaining the specific signatures that A. make the The Used, The Used and B. have garnered them the accolades and droves of fans they already boast. It’s no surprise then, that their April 1st, 2014 release, Imaginary Enemy, has been racking up positive reviews worldwide. this said, instead of your standard interview, bassist Jepha Howard tackled some of our Purely Provocative questions with both charming and hilarious results. Read up on it, yo!