#356 – March 2018
Armed with the wisdom of age and a ravenous hunger, they’re now putting their love and faith into the very thing that got them this far: themselves.
They started out nearly two decades ago as Christian boys who just wanted to play music that excited them. Then they became metalcore artisans carrying all the baggage of growing up in public. Now they’re scripting their next chapter with a higher power of self.
Bands You (OK us, but…) Would Like A New Album From.
We ask Moose Blood about why they don’t think they can do this anymore.
Need a new twist in your sonic sobriety? We got ’em.
IT GOT BETTER
As usual, Jenna McDougall of Tonight Alive comes correct.
Pop songstress LIGHTS discusses songs, poutine, comics and touring—but not Fight Club.
Key members of letlive., the Chariot and Night Verses are dedicating their lives to making music as dangerous as the times we live in. The revolution needs its heroes, so don’t stay at home.
NOTHING,NOWHERE. meets DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL
During his teens, Joe Mulherin’s vision was significantly shaped by Chris Carrabba’s exposed-nerve introspection. Today, both men (now labelmates) are making artistic strides, paying the inspiration forward to listeners all the while. Of course, we had to get them on the phone.
NO ONE GETS ME LIKE THE SONGS
If you want your truth told, well, there’s definitely a song for that. Because lyrics can sometimes convey your soul in ways you simply can’t, here’s to the songs that speak our truths.