These post-hardcore heroes would be first to admit their photo should be in the dictionary beside the definition of “drama.” But after a wild ride that involved old friends, new bands, new members and more than a few public flame-wars, the members of Chiodos are where they want to be. The big question is where do they go next?
THE CLASS OF 2002
We set the controls on the Wayback Machine to revisit classic albums by the likes of TAKING BACK SUNDAY, NEW FOUND GLORY, THE USED, THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS, GOOD CHARLOTTE and many more.
HANDS LIKE HOUSES
Look out, bored citizens: This Australian post-hardcore contingent are ready to do the work it takes to hand you your ass.
PIERCE THE VEIL
The Fuentes brothers put their hearts on the line to deliver the most brually honest record of their career.
OP-ED: GOJIRA frontman JOE DUPLANTIER
THE AP POLL
Featuring advice and inside information from THE GHOST INSIDE, THE WONDER YEARS, THE AMITY AFFLICTION and more.
THE AP CATALOG
We got it all, from backpacks to knickknacks to sunglasses and stuff that covers your assets.
SUCH GOLD, WHITE LUNG, ENABLER and more.
THE AP RECORD STORE is loaded to the brim with new releases from MINUS THE BEAR, YELLOWCARD, I AM WAR, OWL CITY, IN THIS MOMENT, BLOC PARTY, THE DARKNESS, OUR LAST NIGHT, THE HOLY MESS, AMERICAN ME, DAN DEACON, YEASAYER, PROJECT 86, RUSS RANKIN, MOUNTAIN MAN and more.
10 ESSENTIAL CREATIVE INSPIRATIONS
At inspiration’s end? Fear not: AP art associate Shannon Sullivan tells you about 10 records he turns to in order to get the creative juices flowing.