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30 Seconds To Mars

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IN THE RAG >>>
30 SECONDS TO MARS
What would you call a band whose motives are constantly scrutinized, yet remain earnest enough to enlist the world to supply gang vocals for their latest album? When Jared Leto tells you his band are here to stay, you’d be foolish not to believe him.

FEATURES >>>
MOTION CITY SOUNDTRACK
In the past two years, the MCS infirmary nursed one broken arm, some blurred (creative) vision and another relapse, only to come out the other end with some of their best songs ever.

THE ROCKET SUMMER
Bryce Avary put aside all the music-biz injustice he was subjected to in the past few years to come back with his most ambitious recording yet. Maybe this whole “positivity’ thing actually works...

SPECIALS >>>
THE ORAL HISTORY OF NEW FOUND GLORY
Ten years ago, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who felt NFG’s redrafting of the pop-punk blueprint would continue to influence and inform the scene today. What have we learned now? Accept no substitutes.

SECTIONS >>>
INCOMING
WIRETAPPING
OP-ED: AS TALL AS LIONS’ CLIFF SARCONA
AP POLL
NEW RELEASES & IN THE STUDIO

AP:DIY
Featuring advice and inside information from THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS, PARKWAY DRIVE, MARK HOPPUS and more.

AP RECOMMENDS
THEREFORE I AM, LOOK MEXICO, LOCKSLEY and more.

AP STYLE

SCREENING
Starring ALEXANDRA DADDARIO

REVIEWS
THE AP RECORD STORE is preparing to serenade its loved ones this V-Day with new jams from ALKALINE TRIO, CRIME IN STEREO, STORY OF THE YEAR, HIM, PAST LIVES, ROCKY VOTOLATO, MASSIVE ATTACK, THE FORECAST, ROB ZOMBIE, THE FELIX CULPA, HOT CHIP, PRIESTESS, MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA and more.

OUR BACK PAGES: 25 Years Through The Lens Of AP
Featuring MORRISSEY (AP 55, FEBRUARY 1993)

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