You'd think 12 years of work would've worn Maguire down, but that couldn't be further from the truth.
Twenty years ago, the seminal Boston hardcore act set a high bar with their debut album, inspiring both their respected peers and an endless line of lesser copycats.
The iconic album turned 20 this year, and while it's still endlessly debated, time has proven its impact.
Twenty years ago, the noisy San Diego band used insect imagery and sci-fi undertones to challenge perceptions of what a hardcore band should sound and look like.
Twenty years ago, the three-piece released a debut album that stood out by being just a little bit weirder than its peers.
20 years ago, members of Jawbreaker, Texas Is the Reason, and Handsome debuted a new project that leaned into alt-rock territory, dividing their audience in the process.
The frontman is not exactly sure what he did on 'Vitriola,' so maybe you could help him figure it out?
Coming off the release of the band's new album, 'Head Cage' the vocalist looked back on the work that carried them through the last 20 years.
The frontman gets brutally honest about the band's new album, 'Cheer,' and the consequences of making art on your own terms.
Between his catalogs by Big Black, Shellac, and Rapeman, to his work behind the boards for everyone from Nirvana to Cloud Nothings, the iconoclast has created one of the most impressive bodies of work in modern music.
2000's 'Relationship of Command' cemented the band's place in history. But their 1998 album saw them honing their powers as a musical force.