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15 '80s songs that need to be in Stranger Things season 5

Since its inception in 2016, Stranger Things has become a treasure trove for classic ‘80s songs. From bringing back the evocative sound of Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” to turning people into Metallica fans because of “Master of Puppets,” the showrunners have become adept at creating the perfect soundtrack for the show’s sci-fi horror […]

Architects know the end is near—might as well have a laugh

Architects continue to experiment with their sound. Sam Carter breaks down the band’s industrial new album, the classic symptoms of a broken spirit.

Inside Louisville's Louder Than Life Festival

Louder Than Life Festival broke its attendance record during its four-day takeover. From Nine Inch Nails to Evanescence, relive the event with our photo gallery.

How Eternal Blue launched Spiritbox into a “surreal simulation” of heavy metal stardom

It’s been a year since Spiritbox released their debut album, Eternal Blue. The band discuss how they have earned freedom and control over their destiny.

32 bands on their best Riot Fest memories—gallery

Riot Fest is a yearly highlight. This year’s performers reflect on their favorite memories from the festival, and relive the event with our photo gallery.

Demi Lovato’s hard-won journey back to their rock roots

Putting to rest their pop image, Demi Lovato has entered their rock era. In conversation with AP, Lovato breaks down HOLY FVCK — the return to their roots.

Sam Tinnesz on working with Dashboard Confessional, members of Paramore and the road to his new album

Sam Tinnesz knows collaboration is key. In this interview, he details working with Dashboard Confessional (“Bittersweet”) and Josh and Zac Farro of Paramore.

100 gecs take off in "Doritos & Fritos" video—watch

100 gecs are back with the music video for “Doritos & Fritos.” The track is the second single from their highly anticipated album 10000 gecs. The “Doritos & Fritos” video was directed by Chris Maggio and produced by Evan McGillivray. Read more: 100 gecs, Yves Tumor, more to support Nine Inch Nails on 2022 US […]

My Chemical Romance, Misfits, Nine Inch Nails, more will play Riot Fest 2022

Riot Fest has announced its 2022 lineup. Headliners include My Chemical Romance, the original Misfits and Nine Inch Nails. One-day, two-day and three-day passes are available here. Check out the lineup below. Read more: Pale Waves announce new album ‘Unwanted,’ drop lead single “Lies”—watch Riot Fest will be returning to Douglas Park and will last […]

Bloc Party, Tegan And Sara and 7 other things you need to check out this week

***This article contains sponsored content*** Check out The Latest — for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now. Maggie Lindemann taps Kellin Quinn for new single Back at the beginning of 2021, we flagged Maggie Lindemann as one of the hottest artists in the world to keep an eye on. […]

100 gecs, Yves Tumor, more to support Nine Inch Nails on 2022 US tour

Nine Inch Nails have revealed more supporting acts for their upcoming tour. Boy Harsher, 100 gecs and Yves Tumor have been added to the bill. Read more: 10 alternative EPs that pack the same punch as an album The lineup was personally curated by Trent Reznor. Boy Harsher and 100 gecs will support on the first […]

10 alternative EPs that pack the same punch as an album

For most fans of music, EPs aren’t as special as full-length releases. They are often considered odds and ends in between records rather than their own thing. On that rare occasion, though, EPs give us a completely different experience than what we thought we would get, packing the punch of an album in a little […]

HEALTH drop ‘DISCO4 :: PART II,’ release “NO ESCAPE” featuring Jesse Rutherford⁠—watch

HEALTH have released their new collaborative album, DISCO4 :: PART II, via Loma Vista Recordings. In addition, they’ve shared a music video for “NO ESCAPE” featuring the Neighbourhood‘s Jesse Rutherford. The band are also gearing up for a world tour with Peturbator, Youth Code and Maenad Veyl. Check it all out below. Read more: HEALTH […]


HEALTH have teamed up with EKKSTACY to release “STILL BREATHING.” The collaboration comes from HEALTH‘s upcoming album, DISCO4 :: PART II, out April 8 via Loma Vista Recordings. “STILL BREATHING” follows the February release of the single and music video “COLD BLOOD” featuring Lamb of God. Read more: HEALTH announce new album, release “COLD BLOOD” […]

HEALTH announce new album, release “COLD BLOOD” featuring Lamb of God

HEALTH have announced their new album, DISCO4 :: PART II, will be released April 8 via Loma Vista Recordings. They’ve also released a song and music video called “COLD BLOOD” featuring Lamb of God. Read more: HEALTH preview upcoming album with Poppy collab “DEAD FLOWERS” The 12-song LP features recent collaborations with Nine Inch Nails […]

20 albums that paved the way for alternative as we know it

After the golden age of rock ‘n’ roll, it was clear that something was starting to emerge from the underground. As the genres of hair metal and pop rock dominated the charts, the rise of alternative rock gave a voice to people who might have been considered too strange for the early MTV generation. Years […]

Nine Inch Nails announce first US tour since 2018

Nine Inch Nails have announced a U.S. tour. This is the band’s first outing since 2018. The tour kicks off April 28 in Raleigh, North Carolina. They will then perform at nine more shows before ending the run with a special performance Sept. 24 in Cleveland, Ohio. Read more: Korn release their highly anticipated new […]

HEALTH's John Famiglietti says their new LP was their quickest to make

In 2021, collaboration was the lifeblood for HEALTH. Last year alone, the band linked up with Poppy (“DEAD FLOWERS”), Nine Inch Nails (“ISN’T EVERYONE”), Perturbator (“Excess”) and Deftones’ Chino Moreno and Tyler Bates (“ANTI-LIFE”). Each of those singles sounds unique, taking on distinct characteristics of their collaborators. “There’s less pressure [with collabs],” John Famiglietti explains. […]

Look back at some of the best Alternative Press covers in honor of issue 400

Four hundred issues after the very first book to carry our name ran off the printers back in 1985, we look back on 36 years of our favorite-ever AP covers, the stories they told and the secrets behind their creation. You can pick up an issue here, starring twenty one pilots. Read more: In issue […]
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