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Chrissy Costanza came to terms with self-sabotage on ATC’s “weapon”
Chrissy Costanza came to terms with self-sabotage on ATC’s “weapon”
Against The Current vocalist Chrissy Costanza is ready to walk through the fire and embrace healing on her pop-rock band’s single “weapon.”  Writing the track during lockdown and in a time of darkness for the singer, “weapon” sees Costanza exploring how we are “simultaneously the protagonist and antagonist of our own story” and how she’s “spent so much time being my own worst enemy, as the weapon
girl in red channels ‘The Perks Of Being A Wallflower’ in “You Stupid Bitch”
girl in red channels ‘The Perks Of Being A Wallflower’ in “You Stupid Bitch”
Marie Ulven, also known as girl in red, is back with “You Stupid Bitch,” another taste of her highly-anticipated debut studio album if i could make it go quiet. On the new track, girl in red further showcases her grunge-inspired sound and unfiltered lyrics that offer a look inside the complex relationships in her life. More sp...
girl in red transforms the Weeknd’s hit into an angsty pop-punk song
girl in red transforms the Weeknd’s hit into an angsty pop-punk song
girl in red is back with another cover for fans. This time around, she has transformed the Weeknd’s hit single “Save Your Tears” into the ultimate pop-punk banger. The Norwegian singer has also debuted a powerful live performance of her recently released song “rue,” which is inspired by Zendaya’s character on HBO’s Euphoria. The new track appears on girl in red’s u...
10 women artists who navigated mental health struggles through music
10 women artists who navigated mental health struggles through music
One thing that comforts us when we’re feeling sad, alone or misunderstood is listening to artists who aren’t afraid to get real about mental health struggles in their music.  Particularly, several women in the scene have poured their hearts out in their lyrics, talking about dealing with mental health disorders, trauma, suicidal thoughts and more.  Read more: Ph... Read More ...
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...
Ryan Key and Derek Sanders want you to ditch cliché workouts– here’s how
Ryan Key and Derek Sanders want you to ditch cliché workouts– here’s how
You may have started the new year with some lofty wellness goals. But was working out alongside Ryan Key and Derek Sanders among them? Maybe it should have been... In a move straight from our wildest dreams, the Mayday Parade and Yellowcard frontmen have partnered with Cardio Sport to co-host and DJ a pop-punk-fueled, emo night-style fitness class...
You can win rare Real Friends and Neck Deep vinyl to help mental health
You can win rare Real Friends and Neck Deep vinyl to help mental health
Former Real Friends frontman and current rationale. vocalist Dan Lambton is giving pop-punk vinyl collectors a chance at some rare merch in support of suicide prevention non-profit Hope For The Day. The musician is hosting a raffle on Twitch for Real Friends and Neck Deep test presses with all funds going towards the organization. Read more: As It Is drummer Patr... Read More ...
Love And Death are doing everything they can’t do in Korn and Breaking Benjamin
Love And Death are doing everything they can’t do in Korn and Breaking Benjamin
It’s been nearly eight years since Love And Death’s last album, Between Here And Lost, but the project’s return couldn’t have come at a better time. With scheduling difficulties being cleared due to the pandemic, Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch, longtime collaborator and Breaking Benjamin guitarist Jasen Rauch, J.R. Bareis and Isaiah Perez have fin...
Here’s how ABR vocalist Jake Luhrs’ new gym is the first of its kind
Here’s how ABR vocalist Jake Luhrs’ new gym is the first of its kind
Jake Luhrs had a life-changing realization 11 years ago. The August Burns Red singer visited a community center, where locals were working out in a gym, when he noticed a few classrooms for children nearby. That’s when it hit him: Gym environments needed more honesty, more openness and more opportunity for growth. “I was...
Here’s what’s so special about Hayley Williams’ upcoming song
Here’s what’s so special about Hayley Williams’ upcoming song
Paramore’s Hayley Williams got fans’ hearts racing Monday when she teased new solo music on Instagram. Now, she’s given us a date in December to look forward to. The initial Instagram video featured Williams and Paramore guitarist/Petals For Armor producer Taylor York in a series of outtakes during a recent acoustic performance. In it, they appe...
Here’s how Bert McCracken ended up collabing with MGK on “body bag”
Here’s how Bert McCracken ended up collabing with MGK on “body bag”
If there’s one thing Bert McCracken is proving this year, it’s that being stuck in quarantine in no way equates to stagnation. From the release of the Used’s Heartwork in April to his long-awaited collaboration on Machine Gun Kelly’s track “body bag,” alongside YUNGBLUD, the singer is hardly lacking in new content. Now, he’s adding advocacy to the a...
Chris Cornell’s daughter Lily wants to destigmatize mental health
Chris Cornell’s daughter Lily wants to destigmatize mental health
While most of the globe has transitioned into COVID-related lockdowns and restrictions for the better half of 2020, it’s no surprise that people are seeking answers on how to maintain their mental health. During these unprecedented times, Lily Cornell Silver, the daughter of Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell and Susan Silver, has admittedly struggled with her own mental health during the quarantine.  Wi
How ‘Cannibal’ is an album full of firsts for Bury Tomorrow
How ‘Cannibal’ is an album full of firsts for Bury Tomorrow
Planning an album release in April 2020 was a purely innocent decision for Bury Tomorrow, but the state of the world had other ideas. Forced to postpone dropping their sixth effort until July 3 due to the ongoing pandemic, the Southern U.K. metalcore ballbusters have held on to their new guise long enough and are practically bursting to unleash Cannibal into the chaotic realm around them... Read M

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