Saturday, September 22, 2018

Tag: op-ed

Op-Ed: ‘M A N I A’ is Fall Out...

Fall Out Boy are fully prepared for you to hate Mania (stylized M A N   I    A), their seventh studio album. Their pre-release press...

Op-Ed: Hayley Williams is an inspiration for all women, musicians and fans alike

On this year’s International Women’s Day, Against The Current’s Chrissy Costanza shared a heartfelt note thanking Hayley Williams for being an inspiration in her...

Vespera debut powerful video about addiction, depression and suicide—watch

Rock four-piece, Vespera, are debuting a music video for "Paradise"—and it's an important one for the band: tackling addiction, depression and suicide. "'Paradise' is a...

Op-Ed: DIY bands and fans alike should care about net neutrality

Most bands come from nothing. “Making it” is a prize won by a select few of the thousands that try their hand at it....

Op-Ed: Portugal. The Man’s AMA’s performance highlights need for alt music at award shows

“No computers up here, just live instruments.” Portland indie-rockers Portugal. The Man’s trolling of the AMAs caused a bit of a stir on social media...

Op-Ed: Amidst a multitude of sexual assault allegations, is it OK to still be...

It seems every day now, there is a new headline concerning sexual assault in the entertainment industry. These disgusting and traumatizing acts permeate film,...

OP-ED: +44 gave us one of the best Blink-182 albums

Back in 2005, the unthinkable happened: The members of Blink-182 went their separate ways and left us with as many questions as there were...

Op-Ed: My Enemies & I’s Jeff Hill on the importance of thinking for yourself

Today, My Enemies & I release their debut LP, The Beast Inside, a record that deals with the band's frustration with not only religion and...

How Jimmy Eat World acted as a gateway band for all their fans

Whether you’re into rock music or not, Jimmy Eat World are one of those bands that are universally known. The band have been thriving...

How Green Day’s ‘Nimrod’ set the course for the rest of their career

Twenty years ago, Green Day released Nimrod, the sprawling, genre-hopping masterwork best remembered for the acoustic campfire ballad “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life),”...

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