Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Tag: aaron gillespie

underoath

Underoath’s album breakdown continues with Slipknot and ETID members

Underoath are streaming on Twitch this week to listen through their album Lost In The Sound Of Separation.  The iconic album featured the tracks such...
2004 albums scene alternative rock

20 essential 2004 albums that proved the scene was here to stay

The 2004 alternative music community turned out to be a pivotal moment in time for scene bands. As the two previous years set the...
2002 scene albums

20 scene albums from 2002 that you probably still have in your car

When the new millennium broke, the alternative music community was heavily saturated with popular genres such as punk, pop punk and emo. Lying dormant,...
apr april 10 new songs

AP&R playlist: Haunting electro-rock, indie undercurrents and emo dad odes

You’re welcome: We’ve made finding new songs by rising bands easy. Each week, we’re gathering the best from the underground and offering it to...

Aaron Gillespie understands the power of music thanks to his fans

“Gosh, I went on my weekly grocery store today,” Aaron Gillespie reports from his home in Salt Lake City. “It’s a scene, man....
genre crossover collabs

Top 10 genre-crossing collabs we didn’t see coming

Collaborations have been a part of the music community since the very beginning, with crossover collabs being the hardest to accomplish successfully. Blending two unique...
Silverstein

Silverstein dive into “Madness” with rapper Princess Nokia on collab track

Silverstein are set to release their ninth full-length album A Beautiful Place To Drown this Friday (March 6) and they're delivering another new track from...
underoath music videos

Can you guess this Underoath video from a single screenshot?

Underoath have seen their share of change, from breakups to important members stepping away to a different sound on every album they’ve put out...
post-hardcore 2000s

Top 50 post-hardcore songs from the 2000s

Post-hardcore broke out as a movement in a huge way during the first decade of the 2000s while shaping how people view the genre...
the almost underoath

Underoath guitarist Tim McTague joins Aaron Gillespie for the Almost set

Underoath fans were in for quite the surprise when the Almost kicked off their first tour in five years this week. The Almost frontman...