An Interview with In This Moment: Straight Out Of Hell

Over their decade-long career, Californian metal five-piece In This Moment has faced an onslaught of criticism, which frontwoman and lyricist Maria Brink tackles over the course of the band’s fifth studio album, Black Widow, released on their new home, Atlantic Records, this past November. During a short stint of …

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Interview with Butcher Babies: Unleashing The Beast

Since their formation in 2010, Butcher Babies has become a notable addition to the metal scene, earning a multitude of dedicated fans through their lively stage show and potent music. The band has had a handful of releases over the past few years, including Uncovered, their most recent EP …

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An Interview with Pennywise: Keeping It Balanced

 

Since their incarnation in 1988, Pennywise has earned the title as punk legends in their own right. Getting their start in Hermosa Beach, California, the group still remains true to their roots, even recording their 11th full-length album, Yesterdays, which came out last year and consists of a …

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An Interview with Title Fight: The Art Of Taking Risks

Forming over 10 years ago in Kingston, PA, Title Fight has become a notable act in the post-punk scene, producing an impressive discography of EPs and splits before releasing their first studio album, Shed, in 2011. In February, the group released their third LP, Hyperview, on new label …

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Interview with La Dispute: Always Growing

By combining post-hardcore with heavily literary-influenced lyrics, La Dispute has earned an avid fanbase since making their debut in 2004. Getting their start on the DIY scene, the band has remained in touch with those ethics, which is evident by the release of their third full-length studio album, Rooms Of

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An Interview with Chelsea Grin: Playing With Fire

Releasing their third studio album, Ashes To Ashes, on longtime label Artery Records this past July, the Salt Lake City natives Chelsea Grin have secured their spot as arguably one of the most prominent bands currently dominating the deathcore scene. Now, after wrapping up an international tour that took …

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An Interview with FrnkIero AndThe Cellabration: Finding The Excitement Within

Frank Iero has become synonymous with the now-disbanded cult-favorite My Chemical Romance, but many often forget how well rounded the guitarist is. Growing up in New Jersey, Iero performed in various punk bands before joining the group and continued to dabble in hardcore by fronting Leathermouth until its split in …

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An Interview with Frogg Party: Leaping Over Lily Pads

Forming in late 2013 after the split of a project which spanned the better half of a decade, Bergen County alt rock band Frogg Party has become one of the busiest in the scene, playing a tightly-packed lineup of shows throughout the Northeast as well as releasing their first EP, …

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An Interview with Motion City Soundtrack: Keeping It Fun

How time flies. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Midwestern pop punk veterans Motion City Soundtrack’s sophomore release, Commit This To Memory, which boasts some of their most beloved tracks and helped the group gain a fiercely avid fanbase. In honor of the milestone, the band has embarked …

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Gerard Way @ Webster Hall

MANHATTAN, NY—Almost two years after My Chemical Romance called it quits, former frontman and jack of all trades Gerard Way has returned to music with his debut solo album, Hesitant Alien, which was released this past September. Making his first live appearances Stateside to promote the album, Way embarked …

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