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Alternative Rock Features, Exclusive Artist Interviews, Power Rankings & More

Get a closer look at the alternative artists you love, dig deeper into the fashion trends that rock the world, feed your top 10 list appetite and learn more about what makes those certain spectacular personalities tick with Alternative Press Magazine’s rock news and features.

CKY: Gnar-Kill-Logic

Yeah, they’ve got major-label executives by the short hairs; sure, they’re the stars of a big new MTV show (A Very Special Special); and, okay, they did...

Mae: Sixth Sensory Overload

For their new album, MAE go where few pop-friendly rock bands dare to tread: a place where substance, emotion, beauty and darkness are not mutually exclusive. Julie...

Against Me!: The Road To Sandinista!

Florida anarcho-punks AGAINST ME! have come a long way from beating on buckets and playing shouty, thrashy, minute-long songs in basements and house parties across the U.S....

Matchbook Romance: Natural-Born Romantics

No, Aaron doesn’t have leukemia, Judas isn’t leaving and Alternative Press doesn’t hate them. But before they became chatroom-gossip fodder, MATCHBOOK ROMANCE surfed waves of indifference and...

Slint: Breadcrumb Trail

While no one was listening, SLINT made some of the most important, influential records of the late ’80s and early ’90s. Then, the band simply disappeared-until a...

Copeland: Motion Thickness

COPELAND’s sturdy belief systems protect them from making sacrifices to both their art and their lives. Story: Julie Seabaugh Early this past February, emo-rock visionaries Mae and ecclesiastical pop-punks...

The Starting Line: Grown Up All Wrong

Forget that they’re finally getting to release their anticipated second album after three years of record-label limbo; THE STARTING LINE are still getting their heads around the...

Finch: The Sunny Side Of Life

Three years after the breakout success of their debut album, the boys of FINCH aren’t fresh-faced teens anymore. Like it or not, they’ve matured-and they have the...

MxPx: Surviving Panic Disorder

MxPx survived 13 years’ worth of ups and downs, as well as the major-label meat grinder. But before they created their new album, they first had...

Motion City Soundtrack: The Soundtrack Of Our Lives

If you want to play Six Degrees Of MOTION CITY SOUNDTRACK, you’d have to invoke ancient ’80s radio-rockers, a drunken merch guy and pop-punk royalty. If you...

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