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Scary Kids Scaring Kids team up with Spencer Charnas for “Nightmare”
Scary Kids Scaring Kids team up with Spencer Charnas for “Nightmare”
Scary Kids Scaring Kids have teamed up with Ice Nine Kills' Spencer Charnas for the track “Nightmare.” The single comes from their new upcoming album Out Of Light, out May 27 via Velocity Records. Read more: Lilith Czar joins Ice Nine Kills, Black Veil Brides on Trinity Of Terror tour The album is filled with collaborations, including Underoath's Spencer Chamberlain, Bad Omens' Noah Sebastian, Tyl
Twilight’-inspired “felt emo again might delete” honors the emo scene
Twilight’-inspired “felt emo again might delete” honors the emo scene
Just in time for Halloween, Matt Cutshall has released a new Twilight-inspired video, "felt emo again might delete." The visual is set to the classic scene anthem “Situations” by Escape The Fate. Cutshall has a long-running passion for emo—and a music career dating back to his former band It Boys!. With his new project...
Underoath’s new single “Damn Excuses” is necessary listening–check it
Underoath’s new single “Damn Excuses” is necessary listening–check it
Underoath remains steady in their two-decade-long project of maintaining heavier-than-hell originality in their latest track, “Damn Excuses.” The new track was released via Fearless Records. It’s the latest studio release since the band’s reimagined take on Rezz’s “Someone Else” in 2020. The song is their first original music s...
Relive Underoath’s electrifying ‘Lost In The Sound Of Separation’ set
Relive Underoath’s electrifying ‘Lost In The Sound Of Separation’ set
Back in July, Underoath treated fans to their three-part OBSERVATORY livestream event. Now, fans are finally getting the chance to relive this groundbreaking virtual show for the first time since this summer. This week, Underoath unveiled the audio from their first OBSERVATORY virtual show where they performed Lost In The Sound Of Separation in full for the first time. As well,...
Can you guess this Underoath video from a single screenshot?
Can you guess this Underoath video from a single screenshot?
Underoath have seen their share of change, from breakups to important members stepping away to a different sound on every album they’ve put out since Spencer Chamberlain joined them on 2004’s They’re Only Chasing Safety.  Before Chamberlain and They’re Only Chasing Safety, though, there was Dallas Taylor and The Changing Of Times (along with two other albums). The Changing Of Times was U... Read M
Selfish Things drop debut ‘Logos’ with Spencer Chamberlain, more—listen
Selfish Things drop debut ‘Logos’ with Spencer Chamberlain, more—listen
Since their first single appeared on Spotify in 2015, Selfish Things have consistently set the precedent of quality over quantity, and they have yet to fail on that front. Following the release of the quartet’s 2018 EP, Vertical Love, they’re back with their premiere full-length record, Logos, out now via Pure Noise Records.  Read mor...
Vans Warped Tour says goodbye: Stories and statements over 25 years
Vans Warped Tour says goodbye: Stories and statements over 25 years
For almost a quarter of a century, Vans Warped Tour was a clubhouse for music culture, focusing on alt-rock and then branching into a punk-rock juggernaut with tentacles in all kinds of genres and nonprofit initiatives. After this weekend’s final event at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, tour founder Kevin Lyman’s vision for a massive touring fest will be remanded to the record
Watch Underoath put their Pictionary skills to the test
Watch Underoath put their Pictionary skills to the test
From “They’re Only Chasing Safety” to “Erase Me,”Underoath frontman Spencer Chamberlain’s voice has been a sonic staple of the band’s storied career. In this APTV exclusive, we put the legendary frontman on vocal rest, asked him to draw out his answers to some questions and left his bandmates, Tim McTague and Aaron Gillespie, to figure them out. From a sketchy Shrek to a band that C...

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