163 System Of A Down
SYSTEM OF A DOWN
The politically charged L.A. quartet were chosen by A.P. readers as Band Of The Year. Greg Heller finds the band between rock and a hard public image.
Dylan P. Gadino catches up with last year’s nü-metal success story and finds them working as hard as ever.
(INTERNATIONAL) NOISE CONSPIRACY
This month’s Disclothesure features the politically active Swedish punks being true to their beliefs and (gasp!) having fun.
SPECIAL: METAL UP YOUR MIND: THE A.P. GUIDE TO HARD ALTERNATIVES
Kill your television and your radio, because you have more choices than you think. Aaron Burgess and Phil Freeman run down the best bands that the much-maligned genre has to offer.
YOU HAVE SPOKEN: THE 2001 A.P. READERS POLL RESULTS
System rock, Bin Laden sucks and everything else inbetween.
A.P. CRITICS POLL: THE 25 BEST ALBUMS OF 2001
You can complain all you want about your favorite band not being on here. But you can’t dispute that we get to hear more music than you do.