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The Mars Volta albums ranked: From worst to best
We ranked the progressive rock band the Mars Volta's discography. See the list ranking every album from Omar Rodríguez-López and Cedric Bixler-Zavala's project now.
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10 most criminally underrated Simple Plan songs
We dove deep into Simple Plan's back catalog to find their most underrated songs. From deep cuts to Scooby-Doo soundtrack anthems, check out our list.
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From debut LP No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls to 2022's Harder Than It Looks, we ranked every Simple Plan album. Check out our list, from worst to best.
Black Honey’s new album is a love letter to 2000s indie sleaze, seen through a new lens
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20 best fictional bands
With the release of Daisy Jones and the Six on Amazon Prime Video, we're rounding up the best fictional bands, from groups like Gorillaz to characters from TV and movies, like Almost Famous' Stillwater.
How Against The Current’s Chrissy Costanza brought her fantasy video game Starfall to life
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Inside the 1975’s surreal, outlandish and Taylor Swift-featuring At Their Very Best tour
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Vermont’s THUS LOVE wants to make you feel something with their joyful post-punk
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6 takeaways from Taylor Swift’s Midnights
Midnights is Taylor Swift’s return to pop spectacle, without losing any of the growth of the past few years. Here are six takeaways from Swift's 10th album.
With their debut album Congregation, Witch Fever conjure “power in rage and power in self”
Witch Fever are only just igniting. The band break down their new debut album Congregation and their goal to empower others along the way.
How Baby Queen makes underdog anthems that capture the spirit of Gen Z
Baby Queen knows a thing or two about making underdog anthems. The singer discusses her new single "LAZY" and how she invites people to be their genuine selves.
10 things we know about Paramore’s new album This Is Why
Paramore are gearing up to release their first album in over five years ‘This Is Why.’ Here's everything we know about the group's forthcoming project.
How Cassyette went from viral megastar to supporting My Chemical Romance
Cassyette went from viral megastar to real-world phenomenon. She spoke to AltPress about her upcoming Sad Girl mixtape, supporting My Chemical Romance and more.
Inside the next wave of Manchester acts, from Pale Waves to Witch Fever
There’s a new generation of Manchester bands out to shake things up. From Pale Waves to Witch Fever, these rising bands are doing things their own way.
Why YUNGBLUD, Softcult and Scene Queen are turning to Discord to connect with fans
YUNGBLUD, Weezer, Cassyette and more are turning to Discord to recapture a sense of community. Here's how Discord creates a more genuine connection.
daine on how Charli XCX influenced their shift in sound from emo trap to pop music
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Slipknot’s Clown breaks down Knotverse: “It’s a way for us to be as close to you as possible”
Slipknot’s foray into the metaverse was only announced this month, via a partnership with Sandbox, but it’s been a lifetime in the making. Inspired by the early days of playing the video game Quake online via dial-up internet with friends in different parts of the world to the creativity that came from editing the source code, Clown has always been interested in how communities can work together