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Don Broco recruit Issues, Beartooth, ONE OK ROCK, DGD for new track
Don Broco recruit Issues, Beartooth, ONE OK ROCK, DGD for new track
Don Broco have teamed up with members from Issues, Beartooth, ONE OK ROCK and Dance Gavin Dance for their incredible new single "Action." Check it out below! Read more: Melanie Martinez returns to ‘K-12’ for an even grander life lesson—review The brand new single features Tyler Carter, Caleb Shomo, Taka Moriuchi and Tilian Pearson. The track even fea...
Issues talk intense bee process in “Drink About It” behind-the-scenes clip
Issues talk intense bee process in “Drink About It” behind-the-scenes clip
Issues just released a behind-the-scenes video for their music video for “Drink About It” and talked a bit about what it was like filming with actual bees.  A couple weeks ago, Issue surprised fans with the new song, accompanying music video, album announcement and a tour all within 12 hours. Read more: Sli... Read More ...
Tyler Carter embraces his most authentic self with next Issues era
Tyler Carter embraces his most authentic self with next Issues era
Earlier this month, Issues announced their return to the hard-rock scene with their forthcoming album, Beautiful Oblivion. From the brilliant and bold debut single “Tapping Out” to the recently released and fashionably iconic “Drink About It,” the Atlanta band are pulling out all the stops to create an authentic, stylistic package for the next era of Issues. Frontman Tyler Carter ...
Warped Tour: The only tour that mattered since 1995
Warped Tour: The only tour that mattered since 1995
Starting June 29-30 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the Vans Warped Tour will hold its final high-decibel celebrations of punk rock and youth culture. Once the traveling roadshow returns to Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, July 20 and 21, founder Kevin Lyman’s great touring experiment will become a part of rock ’n’ roll history, much like how Grateful Dead tours were for the hipp
Issues send label late-night text on what’s “missing” from upcoming album
Issues send label late-night text on what’s “missing” from upcoming album
Issues apparently have an interesting idea on how to improve their upcoming album after having a few drinks. Skyler Acord posted screenshots on Twitter of a text he sent to his label about the album, saying “we have no choice.” Read more: Korn guitarist says upcoming album is “so special” “We’ve been thinking. This album has been killing us,” t...
Tyler Carter talks Issues album completion in emotional video
Tyler Carter talks Issues album completion in emotional video
It’s been almost three years since Issues released their last album, Headspace, and they recently announced the band have finished recording their third full-length. Skyler Acord made the announcement via the band’s Twitter account, posting “We finished our album yesterday, almost two years to the day from the first writing session. It (literally) a...
Here’s how Set It Off, Issues’ Skyler Acord collab happened
Set It Off released their most recent album Midnight a couple of weeks ago. Before the LP dropped, the band have given glimpses of what it was like making the album with their “Midnight Thoughts” series. Now, they’re teaming up with AP to bring you the fifth installment of the video series showing what it was like working with Issues bassist Skyler Acord. Read more: We’re all singing t... Read Mo
Guests announced for We Came As Romans’ Kyle Pavone tribute show – Updated
Guests announced for We Came As Romans’ Kyle Pavone tribute show – Updated
UPDATE: Saturday, Oct. 20 at 12:15 p.m. EST Set It Off frontman Cody Carson took to Twitter Friday evening to announce that he would be joining the list of guests performing at WCAR's Kyle Pavone Promise Me Tribute concert. "I am very honored to announce that I will be joining We Came As Romans onstage for a song to honor the life of Kyle Pavone along with many more very talented artists that
Issues bassist goes furniture shopping, finds a surprise
Issues bassist goes furniture shopping, finds a surprise
While on a trip to a furniture store in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Issues bassist Skyler Acord found a pleasant surprise. While wandering the store, Acord found that they were playing Waterparks music videos on the television sets. Read more: State Champs surprise Neck Deep crowd, play ‘faster than humanly possible’ The Issues bassist and Waterparks’ Awsten Knight continued to have a very wholesome i

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