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11 musicians reminisce about playing their first live gig
11 musicians reminisce about playing their first live gig
After forming a band, jamming regularly and writing songs, there comes a point when the group have to take the plunge and perform in front of a captive audience. We let members of the Bronx, Grayscale, Palaye Royale, Cancer Bats, Marmozets, Parkway Drive, Municipal Waste, Deez Nuts, PVRIS, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and the Faim reminisce about where it all began: playing their very first
11 musicians share their most unpopular opinions
11 musicians share their most unpopular opinions
Opinions are like cellphones—everyone has one. Countless celebrities, politicians and those attributed to any level of fame frequently come under fire for sharing their controversial thoughts and feelings with the world online. We asked members of Grayscale, Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes, PVRIS, Palaye Royale, Don Broco, Municipal Waste, the Faim, Milk Teeth, While She Sleeps, Creeper and Bowl
11 musicians name things they can’t do all that well
11 musicians name things they can’t do all that well
A common feeling when watching an artist perform is being wholly impressed with the talent displayed and wishing it was you up there doing what they can do. But did you know there are many things these skilled musicians can’t do? Members of Bowling For Soup, Frank Carter & Rattlesnakes, Don Broco, Creeper, Deez Nuts, While She Sleeps, Grayscale, the Faim, Neck Deep, Milk Teeth and Palaye Royal
14 musicians reveal their spirit animal
14 musicians reveal their spirit animal
Originally, the concept of having a spirit animal was derived from the Native Americans. It’s basically a breed of animal that you feel embodies your personality or perhaps one that you can relate to on a spiritual level. We asked members of Palaye Royale, Deez Nuts, While She Sleeps, Milk Teeth, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Parkway Drive, the Bronx, Neck Deep, Municipal Waste, Cancer Bats
8 times bands didn’t need no stage
8 times bands didn’t need no stage
In early phases of a band, a stage sometimes isn't even an option. There's something about playing directly on the concrete of some shifty basement at eye-level with the audience that creates a very special mood. But sometimes bands are compelled to recreate that basement show vibe in a setting with hundreds or thousands of people when they have a stage readily available for their use. Perhap ...

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