by Sean Day.
Architects is one of those bands you automatically have huge respect for. Being in this scene for over ten years. They've sure been through major ups and downs. Losing fellow guitarist Tom Searle to cancer two years ago would've put a hold into their careers but Architects found a way to keep going in memory of their loss
Detroit's own Flint Eastwood is our inaugural Artist to Watch!
After seeing In This Moment this past summer I was determined to shoot them the next time they came around again
The Get Free Tour kicked off in Cleveland with one diverse lineup.
Circa Survive arrived in Cleveland for the second time this year. The crowd consisted of former emo kids but by the end of the night everyone became young again.
Happy emos dancing together!
Issues rolled around Pittsburgh this past week with their current Head Space tour. featuring the likes of Volumes, Too Close To Touch and Sylar.
t's that time of the year again! Summer Vacation aka Warped Tour season! The Super Bowl for the punks! Wrestlemania of Emos (EmoMania).
AP Magazine wanted to treat the fans by giving them a free show featuring State Champs, Broadside, and more!
CHON was bringing San Diego with them. Palm trees and all!
We’re only a couple weeks away from the Vans Warped Tour kicking off and Today we take a look at the up and comers, and the bands that might’ve been in the game for a long time but you haven’t really gotten the chance to check out!
Spring Fling finally returned this year with a massive lineup! Bands like Tiny Moving Parts, Broadside, Free Throw, Heart Attack Man, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties were just a few names to list as the openers as Mayday Parade had the honor of headlining
SO many crowd surfers for State Champs. I got hit in the head by them at least three or four times it was awesome!
Andrew McMahon came to town once again this past week. Fortunately without any zombies.