Saturday, September 22, 2018

Bloc Party: Trying To Be Heroic

Who cares about internet leaks, sophomore slumps and strange tourmates? BLOC PARTY are doing their best to make it through the travails of their generation. Story: Dan...

Fall Out Boy: Streets Is Watching

Forget what you think you know: FALL OUT BOY are only as good as the sum of its parts. Don’t hate the player; hate the game. STORY: Leslie...

Bayside: Be Here Now

Over the past seven years, Long Island quartet BAYSIDE released a series of incredible, yet overlooked, albums. But after shaking the specter of death and the abuse...

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus: Drumlines And Firing Lines

The combined forces of classic rock, Green Day and a self-righteous marching band director helped set the course for THE RED JUMPSUIT APPARATUS maiden voyage into pop...

My Chemical Romance: The Just-Us League

They came out of an underground scene whose participants either didn’t understand or didn’t care about them-and they ended up taking it over. Now they’re armed with...

Sparta: Turn The Page

Back with a new label, a new lineup and a great new batch of post-hardcore epics, SPARTA seem more focused than ever. And all it took was...

Deftones: Crash And Turn

Over the course of nearly two decades and five albums, DEFTONES have pushed the parameters of hard rock, as well as the expectations of fans and critics...

AP web exclusive: All Time Low tour diary

Last month, Baltimore pop-punkers All Time Low took to the road with Sugarcult for a series of shows on the West Coast. Here’s some of what they...

AP web exclusive: More most anticipated albums of 2007

In AP 222, on sale now, we exclusively profiled over 50 upcoming releases for 2007 from some of the hottest acts around. Unfortunately, we...

AP web exclusive: Protest The Hero tour diary

Last month, Canadian metalcore quintet Protest The Hero took to the road with Trivium for a North American tour. Here’s some of what they saw, in...

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