Hawthorne Heights, the band that burst onto the scene in the early 2000s with its certified golf album, The Silence in Black and White, has released a new… Read more “Hawthorne Heights sheds post-hardcore influences in ‘Bad Frequencies’”
In 2015, blink-182 was in a tumultuous state. Partly abated by the general consensus that rock music had taken a backseat to rap over the decade, blink-182… Read more “John Feldmann: A necessary force to propel blink-182 back into mainstream relevancy”
Linkin Park’s Meteora dropped on March 25, 2003. Fifteen years later, we discuss the band’s iconic sophomore record, and the legacy it left behind.
Vans Warped Tour — the iconic music festival, which has served as a pitstop for just about every pop punk, alt rock, and post-hardcore band since its… Read more “Our thoughts on the final Vans Warped Tour lineup”
Underoath released it’s first single — off their album Erase Me — on Feb. 22. “On my Teeth” re-familiarizes fans with the band’s patented mid-2000s post-hardcore sound, a musical… Read more “New Underoath single misses the mark, but Gillespie’s return gives reason for excitement”
Let’s go back in time, to — perhaps a better time for pop punk — the early 2000’s, or 2002, to be exact. Blink-182 was at the… Read more “If blink-182’s ‘Hey I’m Sorry’ was released in 2002, it’d be a smash hit”
Describing a band as cool can sound lazy and particularly trite. But in this instance, Tiny Moving Parts’ latest album Swell is well worth the applause, and simply cool.… Read more “Math (rock) is cool: A review of Tiny Moving Parts’ ‘Swell’”