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These 20 songs from the ’80s left a lasting mark in the underground
These 20 songs from the ’80s left a lasting mark in the underground
The ’80s are usually looked upon in two different mindsets. The first is usually through the prism of mass-culture nostalgia from those who were there. The other school of thought was that the ’80s were a hotbed for creativity. Forget the songs that you were playing when your mom met your dad. How about ...
This is what’s being released for Record Store Day 2020’s three-date event
This is what’s being released for Record Store Day 2020’s three-date event
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Record Store Day has had to change a number of details for this year's event. A few months ago, RSD announced that the original date of April 18 had been moved to later this year. Instead of just a one-day event, RSD 2020 is happening over three days in August, September and October...
Nine Inch Nails debut new song and other news you might have missed today
Nine Inch Nails debut new song and other news you might have missed today
Nine Inch Nails debuted a new song—plus, don’t miss a new music video from Anthony Green. Check out the news you might have missed today below! Read more: Panic! At The Disco drop stoner anthem “King Of The Clouds” New Order announce new tour dates   We're pleased to announce dates for North America 2018. Find out all the ticket de...
These Joy Division, New Order Doc Martens are filling our post-punk hearts
These Joy Division, New Order Doc Martens are filling our post-punk hearts
British shoe company Doc Martens released a series of shoes and shirts celebrating two of the U.K.’s legendary post-punk bands, Joy Division and New Order. READ MORE: Hear “The Rover” from Interpol’s upcoming sixth album, “Marauder” The manufacturer is issuing limited-edition versions of their 1460 style boots with graphics from three respected album covers: Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures and Ne
New Years Day’s Ash Costello shares how each cover on ‘Diary Of A Creep’ shaped her
New Years Day’s Ash Costello shares how each cover on ‘Diary Of A Creep’ shaped her
New Years Day are kicking off the new year with a new EP, Diary Of A Creep, chock-full of awesome rock covers. It features a fresh original track, "Disgust Me," alongside a collection of cover tunes from Linkin Park, Garbage, No Doubt, Pantera and New Order. We caught up with frontwoman Ash ...
New Order ink new record deal with Mute, plan tenth album for 2015
New Order ink new record deal with Mute, plan tenth album for 2015
Rock legends New Order have inked a new deal with U.K. indie label Mute, setting their sights on a new release, presumably their tenth full-length album, for 2015. While the group's 2013 effort, Lost Sirens, is counted amongst their nine studio releases, it consisted of eight tracks recorded during the production of 2005's Waiting for the Sirens' Call, marking nearly a decade since the band last r
APMAs Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum Tour
APMAs Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum Tour
You may not have realized this, but your ticket to the APMAs on July 21 also grants you access to the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum in Cleveland for that day. AP managing editor Scott Heisel takes you inside the Rock Hall to show you just a few of the amazing artifacts you can find there, including those from Fall Out Boy, the Misfits, Slash and Billy Corgan who are all appearing at the AP
14 bands who changed one member and started fresh
14 bands who changed one member and started fresh
It’s rare nowadays that any band with a few releases (and a few hundred shows) under their belt hasn’t had a lineup change or two (or six, if you’re a metalcore band on Rise Records). But the following 14 bands didn’t just replace one member and soldier on; they started fresh as a brand new band, without relying on the back catalog of their former project. Some of these bands we ...
Watch New Order perform “Love Vigilantes” and “Regret” on ‘Fallon’
Watch New Order perform “Love Vigilantes” and “Regret” on ‘Fallon’
New Order stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night to perform "Love Vigilantes," then stuck around to film a web-exclusive performance of "Regret." The former track first appeared on the seminal post-punk group's third album, Low-Life, from 1985- which also happens to be the year we first featured the band on the cover of Alt Press, way back in Issue #4. Fully emb

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