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TBS founder Eddie Reyes: “I started mentally falling apart”
TBS founder Eddie Reyes: “I started mentally falling apart”
Everybody loves Eddie Reyes. Seriously. Reyes—known as the guitarist for scene stalwarts Taking Back Sunday—is a straight-up hero back in Long Island, New York, where it seems that everybody has got a story about him. Makes sense: He’s been doing the rock thing since he was 14, starring in a litany of legendary bands (Mind Over Matter, the Movielife) before forming TBS in 1998. It’s hard not to...
Taking Back Sunday part ways with founding member Eddie Reyes
Taking Back Sunday part ways with founding member Eddie Reyes
Taking Back Sunday have announced that they have parted ways with guitarist and founding member Eddie Reyes. Read more: Taking Back Sunday, Coheed And Cambria announce co-headlining tour with TSSF "Guitarist Eddie Reyes and Taking Back Sunday have parted ways due to personal reasons," the band shared in an official post on their Facebook page. "Eddie w...
10 bands with matching tattoos
10 bands with matching tattoos
Just like friendships and relationships, bands sometimes solidify their bonds with permanent ink. From simple logos to extravagant panthers, head below for some of the best matching tattoos amongst band members. Read more: 13 ways to show off your love of music with tattoos ALL TIME LOW Bunny got a shot in his butt A post shared by Jack Barakat (@jackalltimelow) on Dec 10, 2014 at 9:05am PST Elega
Taste Of Tuesday: Looking back at musical thrills and offstage spills with Taking Back Sunday
Taste Of Tuesday: Looking back at musical thrills and offstage spills with Taking Back Sunday
Editor's note: In its origins, the TASTE OF CHAOS tour was frequently deemed "Winter Warped" by both fans and organizers. The 2006 road show took place in the late winter and early spring, featuring lineups populated by some of the most diverse voices in the scene, including bands like My Chemical Romance, the Used, Underoath,  Killswitch Engage, Deftones, Atreyu,  Avenged Sevenfold and
Taking Back Sunday debut “Better Homes And Gardens” music video
Taking Back Sunday debut “Better Homes And Gardens” music video
Taking Back Sunday have debuted a music video for their song, "Better Homes And Gardens," which is taken from their latest studio album, Happiness Is. Check out the clip below and leave us a comment with your thoughts. Read more: “There’s not a lot of room for nostalgia”—Taking Back Sunday on Happiness Is live and the future “Eddie (Reyes) had this wonderful idea of watching a home burn
Long Island hardcore documentary ‘Something In The Water’ posts teaser, launches Indiegogo campaign
Long Island hardcore documentary ‘Something In The Water’ posts teaser, launches Indiegogo campaign
Something In The Water, a documentary about Long Island, NY's hardcore history from the '80s until today, has launched an Indiegogo campaign to finish the shooting and post-production of the film. "This film will tell the story of how the scene began with its early pioneers, continuing with the explosion of its popularity, and showing where the scene stands today. The...
A Peek Into Taking Back Sunday’s Early Days–In Their Own Words
A Peek Into Taking Back Sunday’s Early Days–In Their Own Words
Before Taking Back Sunday settled into the Taking Back Sunday lineup you know and love, they had a slightly different configuration: Eddie Reyes’ pal Antonio Longo was the vocalist—and a kid named Adam Lazzara was on bass. Of course, the latter eventually settled into the frontman role after Longo departed from the band, Shaun Cooper joined on bass—and the rest, as they say, is history. Read on be
The Movielife According To Brandon Reilly
In AP 248, we take a look back at one of the most important forces in the storied history of the Long Island, New York, punk scene. In our expansive Oral History of THE MOVIELIFE, we managed to get most of the key players who were responsible for or witnessed the waves made by the Movielife...