214 Hawthorne Heights
AP 214 featuring Hawthorne Heights, The Oral History of Saves The Day, and AP's Long-Awaited Health and Fitness Special
In a climate where chart-topping emo bands pay lip service to change with words like "progress" and "maturity," there's one emo sensation who are comfortable enough with themselves to let us know they aren't here to change their sound-or the world.
THE ORAL HISTORY OF SAVES THE DAY
It may seem odd to present the oral history of a band who are still very much active, but Saves The Day's history doesn't end here; rather, it's still being written.
DOES A BODY GOOD: AP'S LONG-AWAITED HEALTH AND FITNESS SPECIAL!
Flabbiness is so 2005-especially when you're onstage under a spotlight. So, we've put together an expert panel of buff musicians, vocal acrobats and other exercise enthusiasts to tell you the best way to lose body mass without sacrificing any of the rock!
With their RCA Records debut, these Pittsburgh-based political punks haven't sold out to the major-label system. Rather, they're just buying into a new way of getting things done.
At least one of the members of this melodic-metalcore unit is a Satanist, a kitten killer or a terrorist sympathizer. Actually, none of that is true-but when you're a band as outspoken as Atreyu, you tend to expect that sort of rumor-mongering.
THE DRESDEN DOLLS
This Weill-style Boston goth-rock duo have a great new album in stores and a mounting fanbase that borders on cultish. So why are they so uneasy?
You know what happens when you have a lush atmospheric metal band open up for a way gnarly headliner? Extreme worship. We don't get it, either...
Don't tell Underoath, but America's finest pop-punk outfit would prefer you spend your Sundays at home nursing a hangover instead of going to church.
Five years ago, Rainer Maria were the talk of the NYC indie scene; then, they seemingly dropped off the planet. Now, they're back-surprisingly, without an agenda or a sense of vengeance...