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RATSTAR believes shopping vintage is the best way to avoid fast fashion
RATSTAR believes shopping vintage is the best way to avoid fast fashion
When Layla Shapiro and Emma Harris decided to embark on the journey of opening their first store, RATSTAR, it wasn’t without years of hard work and experience. The pair would spend every day driving around Los Angeles looking to score the best vintage clothing and accessories that weren’t only quality products but extensions of their unique personalities. After sell...
QUIZ: Can you match these ’90s alternative artists to their hit song?
QUIZ: Can you match these ’90s alternative artists to their hit song?
We all love ’90s music in some way. Even if you aren’t blaring “Everlong” on your way to work, artists of the time set the foundation for most, if not all, of your favorite alternative bands.  Still, given the surge of commercially successful artists over the decade, it can be hard to keep them all straight. After all, you can’t really...
That rumored Creed reunion could happen, but it might be a while
That rumored Creed reunion could happen, but it might be a while
It looks like a Creed reunion could happen in the future, but fans may be waiting a while for it. This week, drummer Scott Phillips finally responded to those reunion rumors that have been swirling all year. Read more: Apparently Senses Fail and Trapt are disagreeing on which band is better Earlier this year, Creed's official Facebook page was updated with an old photo of the band. Thi... Read Mor
11 ways Chester Bennington is living on through those he impacted
11 ways Chester Bennington is living on through those he impacted
Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington was truly larger than life. His influence on music and, more importantly, the people he touched along the way can never be matched. This massive influence is further proven as time goes on. Even after his tragic passing, friends and artists from all corners of the music world took time to honor his memory with touching tributes.  R...
Someone mashed up “Sugar We’re Goin Down” and “Higher” by Creed and it’s actually amazing
Someone mashed up “Sugar We’re Goin Down” and “Higher” by Creed and it’s actually amazing
You read that right: Someone really used their valuable time to mash up Fall Out Boy's "Sugar We're Goin Down" and Creed's "Higher." You may ask why? We don't know, but you can check out the result below. Read more: Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz talks about their new album and Panic! At The Disco collaboratio... Read More ... Read More ...
U.S. Army Command Post issues memo banning “terrible rock groups,” including Nickelback
U.S. Army Command Post issues memo banning “terrible rock groups,” including Nickelback
Nickelback just can’t catch a break. Last December, a police department in Canada threatened to force offenders to listen to Canada's own Nickelback if they got picked up for drinking and driving. This time around, it looks like an army command post has issued a memo saying the Canadian band, along with Korn, Slipknot, Smash Mouth and Creed, will “no longer be allowed to be played in the CP.” Rea
18 bands that have changed their names
18 bands that have changed their names
Sometimes, the first try really doesn’t work out when it comes to band names. Plenty of bands have changed their names for a variety of reasons from legal issues and style changes to simply poor choices. Here are 18 bands who have changed their names at some point in their career, but have maintained their lineup (for the most part): Stone Temple Pilots (previously Mighty Joe Young, Shirley Temple
Watch A Day To Remember perform with Creed’s Scott Stapp at 2016 APMAs
Watch A Day To Remember perform with Creed’s Scott Stapp at 2016 APMAs
In an unlikely turn of events, Creed singer Scott Stapp joined A Day To Remember during the band’s 2016 APMAs headlining set for a surprise performance of “Higher.” Only at the APMAs, right? You can watch footage below! Read more: A Day To Remember frontman Jeremy McKinnon compares new album to For Those Who Have Heart A Day To Remember also played a portion of “All I Want" with Stapp before
Creed’s Scott Stapp breaks silence on public psychotic break: “I was out of my mind”
Creed’s Scott Stapp breaks silence on public psychotic break: “I was out of my mind”
The past six months have been pretty rough for Creed frontman Scott Stapp. In November, he posted a confessional-style video on the band's Facebook page in which he claimed he was completely broke, living in a Holiday Inn and under “vicious” attack after threatening to go public with a money issue. Then, police reportedly placed Sta ...

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