through being cool

Here’s why Fall Out Boy felt uncertain after ‘From Under The Cork Tree’
Here’s why Fall Out Boy felt uncertain after ‘From Under The Cork Tree’
As Fall Out Boy’s From Under The Cork Tree turns 15, we take a look back at the band’s career the year the acclaimed emo record was released as told in issue #207. Over the past year, Pete Wentz and his band, Fall Out Boy—rounded out by singer/guitarist Patrick Stump, guitarist Joe Trohman and drummer Andy Hurley—have become an unscripted Cinderella story. A group of suburban Ch...
The essential emo albums from the genre’s 35-year history
The essential emo albums from the genre’s 35-year history
Here at AltPress, we've learned a crucial lesson. Mainstream America doesn't understand that the concept of "emo" is over 30 years old. We know it wasn't invented in a Hot Topic store. But we also know that the Grammys don't have a category for "Best Emo Performance By A Duo Or Group With A Minimum Of Three Fascinating Haircuts...
Saves The Day explain how ‘It Chapter Two’ ties to ‘Through Being Cool’
Saves The Day explain how ‘It Chapter Two’ ties to ‘Through Being Cool’
The world may end before a lyric is written that is more perfectly emo than “My ribs have parted ways/Saying we're not going to protect this heart you have” from the Saves The Day song “You Vandal.” Or it may end when your mind gets blown from the epic connection its record, Through Being Cool, has to It Chapter Two. Through Being Cool ...
This ‘It: Chapter Two’ actor modeled on Saves The Day’s album cover
This ‘It: Chapter Two’ actor modeled on Saves The Day’s album cover
James Ransone joined the Losers Club alongside the likes of James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain to portray an adult version of Eddie Kaspbrak in It: Chapter Two, but this won’t be the first time the scene has seen the actor. Ransone may have appeared in The Wire, the Sinister series and Prom Night remake, but nearly 20 years ago, he also became part of the booklet for Saves The Day’s Through Being C