Thursday, September 19, 2019

Tag: the lead

Real Voter Fraud: How Chiodos rigged their way to a record deal

The Chiodos reunion has become one of our community’s most anticipated events. The members still aren’t sure how far their reformation will go, but...

The Lead: “Thermacare,” the orphaned Chiodos song

“I think it was probably one of the best-sounding songs we’ve ever created, considering the circumstances,” recalls Chiodos keyboardist Bradley Bell of the much-debated,...

Mid-Year Report Card 2012: Music Videos

On the third day, AP said, “Let there be music videos.” And so there was, and they were good. Check out our top 10...

Mid-Year Report Card 2012 Day 2: Songs

Continuing our mid-year report, today we’re bringing you 10 songs the AP editors have lodged in their cranium. Be sure to check out our...

The Lead: The Ecstasy Of The Agony: When Musicians Get Hurt (Too)

Musicians constantly injure themselves while going haywire onstage, but we’re here today to celebrate those who soldiered through the pain and persevered. Whether they...

The Lead That Ate Larry Livermore: AP talks to the Lookout! Records founder

Whether you’re aware of it or not, the work of LARRY LIVERMORE has likely had an impact on your musical tastes. Livermore founded Lookout!...

Interview: Serj Tankian on his prolific solo career and the future of System Of...

SYSTEM OF A DOWN are touring this fall (with Deftones as support) and understandably, plenty of people are curious about when the semi-newly reactivated...

Shane Henderson on life after Valencia and going solo

When you're young and involved in a job that consumes your life, it's pretty damn hard to have the foresight and understanding that it...

Early days of Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth featured in new book ‘Murder In The Front...

While the average AltPress.com reader may not be old enough to remember the burgeoning metal scene that existed in California's Bay Area in the...

Record Store Day 2012: AP Editors’ Picks

Record Store Day celebrates independent culture every late April, encouraging music fans to drive past the big box department stores and malls in favor...