This edition of 'In Defense of the Genre' looks at 15 albums that defined the melodic style of post-hardcore that took off in the early 2000s thanks to bands like At the Drive-In, Thursday, and Glassjaw, many of whom are still breaking ground and/or influencing new bands today
Before blink-182 headlined and played Enema of the State in full, day two of Warped Tour had great sets from The Offspring, Taking Back Sunday, Quicksand, The Menzingers, Thrice, Circa Survive, Anti-Flag, and more...
Brand New’s ‘Science Fiction’ is the latest album in a line of emo bands exploring art rock ambitions. In the wake of its release, here's a brief look at some of the best art rock songs written by emo bands.
'Music for Everyone' features rare or unreleased music by Taking Back Sunday, Walter Schreifels, Brendan Kelley, Dave Hause, Chris Farren, Potty Mouth, Allison Weiss, Anthony Green, Fran Iero, Anti-Flag, and more.
Citizen returned last year with the underrated Everybody Is Going to Heaven (Run for Cover), which basically introduced a Jesus Lizard influence to the modern pop punk world. Now frontman Mat Kerekes is releasing a new solo album...
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