PIERCE THE VEIL
There’s no limit to what some people would sacrifice to be in a successful band. But this beloved San Diego unit knows full well everything hinges on the support and love of family and fans, alike.
Valentine’s Day will soon be upon us, so what better time to profile some of our scene’s favorite couples and pick their brains on how they juggle rock with romance? If that’s not enough, we also share memorable V-Day stories from tons of your favorite bands. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll probably cringe a few times, too.
The Los Angles wiseguys took off their mariachi suits long enough to throw down a new rock record. Hell, yeah!
MOTIONLESS IN WHITE
His favorite bands may have broken up, but nothing is going to crack Chris Motionless’ creative—and personal—conviction.
TEXAS IS THE REASON
Unlike history’s biggest bands, these first-gen post-hardcore mavericks have reconvened for all the right reasons.
BLACK VEIL BRIDES
Last year, Andy Biersack nearly lost his heart and his aesthetic vision. He ended up with a new plan, a hard-rockin’ alter ego and a new haircut.
OP-ED: KEVIN DEVINE
THE AP POLL: Was 2012 a good year for music?
THE AP CATALOG
Money can’t buy happiness—that’s what shopping is for.
BROADWAY CALLS, DIAMOND YOUTH, FOR ALL I AM and more.
Look for love in all the right places with the help of new albums from COHEED AND CAMBRIA, SILVERSTEIN, SHAI HULUD, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, ICEAGE, ATOMS FOR PEACE, BALANCE AND COMPOSURE, SWINGIN’ UTTERS, JOHNNY MARR, FOALS, PISSED JEANS, FRIGHTENED RABBIT, MATT POND, WITHIN THE RUINS and more.
10 ESSENTIAL ALBUMS WITH HARDCORE PEDIGREES
It’s kinda like as the six degrees of Kevin Bacon, only with a vegan-friendly bacon substitute.