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Set It Off guitarist Dan Clermont exits band after five-month hiatus
Set It Off guitarist Dan Clermont exits band after five-month hiatus
Set It Off have announced the departure of guitarist Dan Clermont after taking a "hiatus" earlier this year. You can read the band's full statement below. Read more: ‘Stranger Things’ season 4 teaser confirms major plot hint Back in May, the band released a statement following allegations against an unnamed member of the band. Two days later, the ba...
Dave Grohl says another Nirvana reunion could happen
Dave Grohl says another Nirvana reunion could happen
Future gigs from Nirvana's surviving members could be a thing! So says Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl following his reunion with Nirvana's Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear, the latter a fellow Foo, at the the recent Cal Jam 2018 festival. Read more: Here's twenty one pilots' Bandito Tour setlist This special festival reunion featured guest appearances from Joan Jett and Deer Tick's John McCauley, t
Foo Fighters are “ready to take a break,” says Dave Grohl
Foo Fighters are “ready to take a break,” says Dave Grohl
Following the band's successful 2018 Cal Jam this month, where Dave Grohl reunited with Nirvana's surviving members for another historic alt-rock reunion performance, the crafts-loving frontman says the Foo Fighters are due for a rest. Read more: Here's twenty one pilots' Bandito Tour setlist "I'm ready to take a break," Grohl tells Billboard's "Chart Beat" podcast. The... Read
Chiodos demo song surprise-released—here’s the exclusive interview with Craig Owens
Chiodos demo song surprise-released—here’s the exclusive interview with Craig Owens
Chiodos’ socials roared to life Friday morning with the sharing of a demo song, which you can listen to below. This is the first material from the band since 2014’s Devil. We have an exclusive interview with frontman Craig Owens, who wasn’t aware that guitarist Pat McManaman was going to be releasing the song. He says the band ...
“We just needed a break”—Slaves clear the air, plan future with new outlook (exclusive)
“We just needed a break”—Slaves clear the air, plan future with new outlook (exclusive)
Slaves haven’t been portrayed in the most positive light throughout their history, but they’re ready to change all that. Just a few months ago, things reached a breaking point for the band. On March 30, guitarist Alex Lyman announced he was leaving the band after the conclusion of their tour alongside Capture The Crown, Myka Relocate, Outline In Color and Conquer Divide. Two weeks ...
Invisible no longer: Thrice discuss their triumphant second act
Invisible no longer: Thrice discuss their triumphant second act
Thrice will always occupy a special place in the history of AP. Not only were they on a split cover with Thursday back in 2003 (which also presciently featured a poll titled, "Is Emo Sexist?") but alongside acts like Glassjaw and the Used, they helped ring in what the New York Times memorably referred to as "The Summer Of Screamo," which ushered in a new era for the magazine, a
‘This band has always been about its own rules’—Man Overboard dish on their extended break
‘This band has always been about its own rules’—Man Overboard dish on their extended break
The pop-punk universe compressed a bit yesterday with Man Overboard's unexpected announcement that they'd be bidding fans "farewell for now." The timing comes just seven months after the release of Heavy Love, their fourth studio album, and a plum spot on the 2015 Vans Warped Tour Main Stage, but the band stress there's no bad blood among them...
The Gaslight Anthem go on hiatus
The Gaslight Anthem go on hiatus
The Gaslight Anthem have shared a statement claiming that they will be entering a hiatus following their European tour in August. “We'd like to recharge and take a step back until we have something we feel excited about rather than going right back to making a record just for the sake of making the next record.” Read al ...

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