Ahead of their new record, 'Sister Cities,' the frontman looks back at the Philadelphia pop-punk band's catalog, from their greatest achievements to their regrettable disasters.
The frontman looks back on a 20-year career of major label struggles, combative music press, and rock 'n' roll.
After burning out on touring for 2013's 'Essential Tremors,' the raucous, piano-driven four-piece tried something new.
The frontman also explains why that rivalry with Arctic Monkeys wasn't a real thing.
The bluesy punks embrace a more expansive sound on their new album 'Scavengers,' streaming now.
On its 25th anniversary we talk to Kim Thayil about the making of 'Badmotorfinger' as grunge exploded and changed music, and the industry around it, forever.
A look back at the catalog of Omaha's electro-punk pioneers.
Frontman Jon Simmons provides a track-by-track breakdown of the band's third record.
The New Jersey favorites played their first shows in four years at Wrecking Ball and reminded everyone why their following was always so passionate.
The Cure co-founder charts his friendship with Robert Smith, his 13 years in the band, and his struggle with booze. It's the only insider book published and here's the first extract.