Cold War Kids’ Nathan Willet Pushes Past Critics, Finds His Voice on ‘First’Cold War Kids are enjoying a hit at alternative radio with “First,” a song that, as singer Nathan Willet explained to Radio.com, almost didn’t make the album.
Interview: X Ambassadors Pleasantly Surprised by Jeep's 'Renegade' CampaignHarris says the band was nervous about taking part in the Jeep ad, but that in the end he was "pleasantly surprised."
Interview: Sublime With Rome Return to Their Roots on 'Sirens'As Sublime With Rome prepares for a July 17 release Sirens, the threesome are having more fun than ever, says singer Rome Ramirez.
Interview: Nate Ruess Lets Himself Get 'Vulnerable' on Solo Debut 'Grand Romantic'Nate Ruess of fun. says his new solo album 'Grand Romantic' is 'relatable' and carries a 'balance' of emotions. He also describes working with Pink.
Interview: Muse Say 'Drones' is Their Best Album Yet"I suppose the album is a bit of a concept album, yeah. It's probably the most conceptual album that we've done."
James Bay Tells the Story Behind 'Hold Back The River'“Most of my songs start musically—melody, guitar part, chords, whatever—but that one didn’t. It started with quite an overwhelming feeling.”
Interview: Twenty One Pilots Battle Suffocating Insecurities for 'Blurryface'Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun discuss the new album, their latest videos, sharing the spotlight with their families and their path to overcome suffocating insecurities.
Slayer: Metal Heroes Divided and DevotedThey've survived Nazi allegations, lawsuits, nu metal, releasing an album on 9/11, and hellacious touring cycles. But can they make it through their biggest challenge of all?
Brandon Flowers, Contemporary AdultWith his latest solo album, 'The Desired Effect,' Brandon Flowers says he's making pop music for adults. Mostly because, someone has to.
Lowland Hum Find Fans & Themselves on the RoadWith a new album out this week, husband-wife folk duo Lowland Hum talk about launching into a new marriage and a budding music career at the same time.
Interview: Rise Against Stand by Their Values, No Matter WhatIt’s kind of sweet when artists are humble, but the truth is, Rise Against’s fans see them as much more than just “four dudes in a garage.”
Q&A: How All Time Low Finally Got Mark Hoppus on One of Their SongsWhen All Time Low's Jack Barakat and Rian Dawson each got tattoos of the Blink-182 bunny back in 2008, they had no idea that one day they'd be sitting in Mark Hoppus' home studio writing a song together.