Welcome A Day To Remember to the cover of AP!

Welcome A Day To Remember to the cover of AP!

Amber Funk

 You saw it at the APMAs first—genre-defying icons A DAY TO REMEMBER are taking over the AP cover! With the full story behind Bad Vibrations and never-before-seen posters, it’s everything the hardest-core ADTR fan could ever need.

It’s our annual Class of 2006 special! We spoke to the people behind 10 albums that defined the scene—including BRAND NEW, MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE, AFI, UNDEROATH and more.

We also chatted with post-hardcore experts CAPSIZE about their new record—but they were more interested in explaining their commitment to helping fans start bands of their own.

CROWN THE EMPIRE have lived the last few years in a fictional world, making all their albums center around an alternate universe. For Retrograde, they ditched the fantasy and started making the music they’ve always dreamed of.

U.K. transplants MOOSE BLOOD dug into the hearts of all of last year’s Warped Tour attendees with their earnest, melodic emo-rock. They’re living the dream but struggle with leaving their loved ones at home. How has that made Blush even better?
We’ve also got exclusive posters of TWENTY ONE PILOTS, MELANIE MARTINEZ and MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE—what else could you want?!

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Welcome Panic! At The Disco and Weezer to the cover of AP!!

Welcome Panic! At The Disco and Weezer to the cover of AP!!

Amber Funk

We're all fans here—including Brendon Urie! So of course we got him in a room with his idol, Rivers Cuomo of WEEZER, to talk all about the Panic!/Weezer summer tour, math class and even Kanye West! We also called up members of PIERCE THE VEIL, SLEEPING WITH SIRENS, THE WONDER YEARS and REAL FRIENDS to talk to the people who made them pick up a guitar in the first place. 

Speaking of guitars, this month has our packed-out GUITARIST SPECIAL, where we spoke to the shredders of ALL TIME LOW, 5 SECONDS OF SUMMER, OF MICE & MEN and way more to spill how they got from practice scales to selling out stadiums. 

We also sit down with the emo survivalists MODERN BASEBALL about how they came back from the brink of their mental health, only to keep inspiring fan after fan. SAOSIN speak about reuniting with original frontman Anthony Green and new Fearless Records signees MOVEMENTS talk about their whirlwind success.

Plus, TWENTY ONE PILOTS' Josh Dun opens up about their arena tour and what their fans really mean to him. 

To top it all off, we have SIXTEEN posters of Brendon Urie to paper your locker, bedroom, mirror, friend's car, dad—just sing hallelujah! 

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