ap yearbook

Spencer Charnas on what drives Ice Nine Kills to new heights—interview

Ice Nine Kills are the ultimate musical incarnation of a slasher flick. Their dedication to horror allows them to construct music that truly reflects the genre’s unique blend of tight concepts, explorations of the grotesque things lurking in our world and playful escapism. More than that, the band have found ways to do this creative […]

Meet Me @ The Altar need the world to see their artistry before their race

When I ask Edith Johnson, the formidable frontwoman of pop-punk outfit Meet Me @ The Altar, which emotion perfectly describes her past year, her answer surprises me. “Bittersweet,” she responds, still sounding and appearing bright from the other side of the screen with her blue-and-pink braids framing her face and her black lipstick ornamenting her […]

chloe moriondo plans to create more playful and experimental music this year

Though chloe moriondo’s brand of honesty will always stay intact, they are also looking forward to creating more playful and experimental material in the new year. The word “surreal” is a recurring way to describe the last year for 19-year-old artist chloe moriondo. They experienced a meteoric rise within the music scene while the world […]

Bring Me The Horizon look back on biggest year ever in AP Yearbook (#401)

The arrival of December signals that 2021 is quickly coming to an end. Winter looms, and we collectively anticipate a new year, with all of the possibilities offered by the final turning of the calendar page. Even so, we’re still savoring the here and now, and it’s not quite time to forget what this year […]