This band of post-hardcore brothers from different mothers are constantly pushing and shoving each other toward greatness. With a determined work ethic and diehard fans, Saosin’s long haul to the top is getting shorter every day.
AP’S ANNUAL HEALTH & FITNESS SPECIAL
Unfortunately, not all of us have the freakish metabolism of, say, AP associate editor and Long John Silver’s enthusiast Tim Karan. (And, no, he doesn’t weigh 678 lbs.) For those who actually partake in aerobic activities and eat non-processed food on a daily basis, we offer up some expert advice on how to keep-and stay-healthy.
THE ORAL HISTORY OF BOTCH
Before you swore Underoath or said hello Norma Jean, this Washington state mathcore unit were bringing both the noise and the fury. J. Bennett lets those in and around Botch tell the story.
FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES
While there were times when the men of FATA might’ve considered putting a revolving door in their practice space, nobody expected their frontman might want to use it. The result: The band’s best record yet.
From master tapes to a master cleanse, Conor Oberst has re-evaluated his entire worldview-and it sounds pretty damn great from here.
Seven years ago, these Northeast Ohio pop-punks built a career around God, guts and goofiness. Today, they’ve learned to let up in places.
Pop-punk’s favorite millionaire whipping boys still can’t get a break. But it’s cool: Turns out they never wanted one, anyway.
This decade-running, New England-based metal outfit wear their Iron Maiden shirts proudly and irony-free. Death to false metal, indeed!
Indiana Jones might have said, “It’s not the years, it’s the mileage,” but it could very well have come from the notebook of Leo, one of the American underground’s brightest talents.