The personal depth of Aaron Marsh’s lyrics on Eat, Sleep, Repeat will be the soundtrack to agonizing, introspective late night drives.
What’s most notable about Brand New’s live show is how well this band works together - there is no weak link in Brand New.
Mutiny! could very well fall on deaf ears, destined to be enjoyed by only a select few- but in the end, effort and the desire for...
I recommend calling it The Finals, and if there's music there, call it their mediocre debut full-length record Plan Your Getaway.
It seems so that, with Dusk And Summer, Dashboard Confessional has found a title that turns out to be quite prophetic.
In the past, a Taking Back Sunday show sounded so god-awful that it had to be judged on the full experience.
Max Bemis of Say Anything is feeling great. So all those rumors about his health can be tossed out the window.
Unlike the motley musicians of old, many of today’s rockers promote a positive message by abstaining from drugs and alcohol. And young music fans are listening.
I've read Alternative Press on and off since 1999 and have subscribed since early 2002. I won't be renewing my subscription.