Bring Me The Horizon Thursday Pierce The Veil Four Year Strong Cancer Bats The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Funeral For A Friend P.O.S. Two Tongues

#248.1 – February 2010

TASTE OF CHAOS
The tour known by many as “Winter Warped” is celebrating its fifth anniversary by digging up the underground and stripping things down. PIERCE THE VEIL, FOUR YEAR STRONG and CANCER BATS have come to kick your butt (in a good way, mind you) while Chaos commander Kevin Lyman tells AP why he’s excited for this year’s campaign.

BRING ME THE HORIZON
Sure, they have a shirt that reads, MENS’ MUSIC, GIRLS’ HAIRCUTS, but there’s so much more going on with these high-powered British upstarts.

THURSDAY
This year’s TOC headliners might be considered “old school” by many, but their new music is as forward-thinking as ever.

THE ORAL HISTORY OF THE MOVIELIFE
This seminal Long Island quintet offered melodies you can mosh to, influencing more than a few bands along the way. This is their story.

SECTIONS
INCOMING

WIRETAPPING
OP-ED: PEACHCAKE’s STEFAN PRUETT
AP POLL
NEW RELEASES & IN THE STUDIO

AP:DIY
Featuring advice and inside information from THE COLOR FRED, FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND, MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER and more.

AP RECOMMENDS
THE LIFE AND TIMES, AUDRYE SESSIONS, THE SLEEPING plus four more.

AP STYLE
ATTICUS, plus watches and spring break survival gear.

SCREENING
Starring JONATHAN SADOWSKI and ZACH CREGGER.

REVIEWS
Need some mood music to make your Valentine’s Day extra-special? The AP Record Store has got you covered with new albums from Two Tongues, the Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, P.O.S., William Elliott Whitmore, Fake Problems, Napalm Death, Ben Kweller, Dälek, Jeff Caudill, Reel Big Fish, M. Ward, Ben Lee, Sepultura, the Von Bondies and more.

10 ESSENTIAL ANTI-VALENTINE’S SONGS