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Papa Roach release “Stand Up” in support of struggles by marginalized people
Papa Roach release “Stand Up” in support of struggles by marginalized people
Papa Roach have released the new single "Stand Up," produced by Jason Evigan (Dua Lipa, G-Eazy, Maroon 5). Their forthcoming album is expected to be released later this year via New Noize Records. Read more: 20 nü-metal bands that defined the late '90s and early 2000s “'Stand Up’ is inspired by the social unrest of marginalized people throughout the world," Jacoby Shaddix says in a
Bring Me The Horizon drop new Oli Sykes-directed video for “DiE4u”—watch
Bring Me The Horizon drop new Oli Sykes-directed video for “DiE4u”—watch
Bring Me The Horizon have released a new video for their latest single "DiE4u.” Additionally, the band will be hitting the road for their Post Human tour. They will be joined by longtime friends and fellow British rockers You Me At Six as well as recent collaborators Nova Twins for the entire U.K. ar...
FEVER 333’s Jason Aalon Butler knows the world needs more empathy
FEVER 333’s Jason Aalon Butler knows the world needs more empathy
It’s no secret that Jason Aalon Butler of FEVER 333 has openly voiced his thoughts on rebellion and democracy. In an exclusive 10 Topics interview with Alternative Press, Butler reveals the product his Gentlemen In Real Life company hasn’t created yet, the music that always makes him cry and more. You can re...
Nova Twins drop first remix with FEVER 333’s sinister take on “Undertaker”
Nova Twins drop first remix with FEVER 333’s sinister take on “Undertaker”
It's been just over a year since Nova Twins dropped their debut full-length, Who Are The Girls?, and hit us full blast with their eclectic and empowering brand of thrashy punk rock. Now, in the first-ever official remix to grace their discography, "Undertaker" has been tackled by none other than alternative powerhouse FEVER 333. Spear...
Ash Costello, Poppy and Nita Strauss among upcoming WWE performances
Ash Costello, Poppy and Nita Strauss among upcoming WWE performances
Anticipation continues to build with Wrestlemania 37’s two-night event just days away, but the WWE isn’t done with exciting lineup additions. New Years Day vocalist Ash Costello is finally hitting the stage to perform “Brutality” live for Rhea Ripley as she enters the ring to face Asuka for the RAW Women’s Championship on April 11. Costello joins a stacked lineu...
New Black Lives In Music initiative launches to amplify Black artists
New Black Lives In Music initiative launches to amplify Black artists
On Monday, a new organization called Black Lives In Music (BLIM) officially launched in the U.K. This latest initiative aims to bring meaningful change to the music industry while supporting Black artists and professionals. Along with advocating for equality in the industry, BLIM also provides opportunities for musicians at a grassroots level...
Reading & Leeds confirm the 2021 festivals are happening
Reading & Leeds confirm the 2021 festivals are happening
Reading & Leeds ticket holders woke up to some exciting news on Wednesday morning. Due to England's latest plans to ease out of COVID-19 restrictions, Reading & Leeds is officially able to hold their festivals this August. Read more: Former I Killed The Prom Queen bassist Sean Kennedy dies at 35 So far, 2021 hasn't been entirely positive for the live music industry. Over t...
QUIZ: Which Poppy album era are you really the most like?
QUIZ: Which Poppy album era are you really the most like?
If you're obsessed with the soft-spoken internet phenomenon-turned-metal queen Poppy, then you know she's successful in a myriad of entertainment areas. With multiple albums available for streaming and an array of YouTube videos featuring her dream-like, calming makeup videos and more, it's fair to say Poppy always knows how to keep fans on their toes with her quirky content...
10 Black artists who deserve more recognition in the alternative genre
10 Black artists who deserve more recognition in the alternative genre
February marks Black History Month, and while every day is the perfect day to celebrate artists of all genres, backgrounds and upbringings, we want to spotlight Black artists who you may not know well, but certainly will soon. Throughout 2020, some of our favorite rising acts, including Nova Twins, Meet Me @ The Altar, THEHXLIDAY and more, have been spinning on repeat, and we're excited to expand

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