Creed P.O.D. Kelis Jurassic 5 Bad Religion At The Drive

#144 - March 2010

America’s most misunderstood band have been kicked around long enough, and they’re not gonna take it anymore. In this exclusive interview, Creed set the record straight. To hear samples of Creed’s album Human Clay, choose a clip below:

The Elvis Costello-inspired pop-punk trio reveal the layers of filth in their past, and confirm that it ain’t so easy being punk and Christian.

Jump In The Sack With The Next 15
Celebrating our 15th Anniversary, A.P. gets intimate with 15 up-and-coming artists poised to shape our future.


Incoming Letters
Is rap-metal over? You speak out.

New Releases Listing

Wiretapping News
Metallica, Kid Rock and Korn tour the balls off of summer; Justice and Jello Biafra for all; Veruca Salt rock the Milky Way; There And Back with Depeche Mode, A.P.’s sexism in rock scorecard, Stuff We Like, and much more wrapped in a whole new format for our 15th year on the planet.

Spotlight on The Other’s Julianne Nicholson

Now Showing
Reviews of Shaft, American Pimp, Big Momma’s House and more.

Low Profile
Incubus, Dilated Peoples, Enon, Starflyer 59 and many, many more.

BPM (electronica and beyond)
On their controversial new album, German IDM stars Funkstörung add singers and MCs to their complex electro rhythms, with surprising results; renowned British Big Beat jock turned house advocate Junior Cartier’s top spins; reviews of electronica’s elite; and more.

Reviews this issue of new releases by Sonic Youth, Deftones, Bad Religion, Damage Manual, Apples In Stereo, Rah Digga, Esham, Spirit Caravan, Gus Gus and many more; Self-Analysis gets an earful from Murder City Devils, Belle & Sebastian and Pantera; Origins Of Cool burns rubber with Akron, Ohio’s synth-pop innovators Devo.

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10 Essential Driving Albums
The ultimate tunes for your summer road trip.

Cover and content photos: JOSEPH CULTICE