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10 of the saddest songs you definitely had on your iPod in the 2000s
10 of the saddest songs you definitely had on your iPod in the 2000s
Emo may be a vague term, but it conjures up some seriously vivid 2000s nostalgia. You know, memories akin to straightening our bangs and overlining our eyes while listening to the saddest songs imaginable...  Regardless of what exactly your emo phase looked like, there were certain staples that everyone had to load onto their iPods. Jus...
20 pop-punk drummers who set the beat for the whole genre
20 pop-punk drummers who set the beat for the whole genre
If you’ve been a pop-punk fan for quite some time now, we’re willing to bet it was a fast, upbeat song that first made you fall in love with the genre. You probably still remember the jolt of energy you felt when your now-favorite songs blasted through your speakers for the first time, and you of course remember how fun it was to mosh and jump along to them at shows (yes, even after not having bee
QUIZ: Do you remember the lyrics to these 2000s post-hardcore songs?
QUIZ: Do you remember the lyrics to these 2000s post-hardcore songs?
If you grew up in the 2000s, rocked band T-shirts almost daily and decorated your locker top to bottom with clippings of Kellin Quinn and Oli Sykes, you’re definitely a child of the post-hardcore era.  Now, post-hardcore, while being a specific genre, is a very gray area where bands such as Bring Me The Horizon are grouped with Deftones and Flyleaf. These gro...
QUIZ: Which All Time Low album era are you the most like?
QUIZ: Which All Time Low album era are you the most like?
Whether you’ve been a fan of All Time Low since their famous cough in “Dear Maria, Count Me In” or you just discovered them for their chart-topping hit “Monsters” featuring blackbear from their latest record, Wake Up, Sunshine, one thing is clear: All Time Low are an alt treasure and have humbly shared the ups and downs of their lives with us via each and every record across their discography.  Ju
A Day To Remember’s new album is being delayed for one main reason
A Day To Remember’s new album is being delayed for one main reason
A Day To Remember are still working on their new album You’re Welcome after delaying its release but frontman Jeremy McKinnon is revealing some new info about the record. In an interview with NME, he says the record still doesn't have a proper release date but explains why while offering some info about the direction of the new material. Read More: 'Paradise Ci... Read More ...

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