Metz

mental health

The Music Industry Should Follow This Label’s Mental Health Initiative

Royal Mountain Records’ pledge to extend benefits to its artists is a big deal.
Brad Garcia
2.8.19
Interviews

In Bed With Guillaume Marietta

The ex-Feeling of Love member is back with "La Passagère," a magnetic and lush second album.
Lelo Jimmy Batista
8.31.17
Premieres

Single Mothers Are Anything But On The Loud And Ironically Titled "Undercover"

"I know we won’t please everyone and to be honest that’s the last thing I want to do."
Graham Isador
4.25.17
Holy Shit

Melt Your Eyeballs to Metz's New Video for "Eraser"

No really, it might hurt to watch.
John Hill
1.6.16
Premieres

PREMIERE: Watch METZ's Cagey New Video for "Spit You Out"

The Sub Pop rock group release a video for their standout track "Spit You Out."
Bryn Lovitt
12.7.15
Booze

This Is Why Teenagers Aren’t Drinking Alcopops Anymore

The sickeningly sweet, pre-mixed concoctions were everywhere come the turn of the millennium, but today’s teenage drinkers are immune to the allure of the alcopop.
Tom Jenkins
10.20.15
Op-Eds

Why It's So Expensive for Canadian Musicians to Cross the Border

Canadian musicians who tour America need to pay to play, and some have tried to get creative in their crossings.
Tom Avis
10.15.15
Festivals 2015

We Attended a Music Festival with a Bunch of Fearless Teens

“My dad has no idea where I am right now.”
Andrea Domanick
8.25.15
Festivals 2015

We Drew All of the Coolest Stuff We Saw at FYF 2015

A sketchbook review of everything from Run the Jewels' cameo-filled set to Kanye to Morrissey's vegan advocacy (plus the ghost emoji).
Brian Butler
8.24.15
Interviews

METZ's Only Sin Is That Their Music Is 'Shit Full Of Passion'

METZ return to talk about their new album 'II' and literally splitting their skulls on stage.
Cam Lindsay
4.22.15
Premieres

Premiere: LIDS Are Toronto's Newest Superband and “Sarsfest” Is Their Coming Out Party

Listen to what the formation of Metz, The Constantines, and Holy Fuck sounds like.
Noisey Canada Staff
2.12.15
Interviews

Avoiding Mosh Pits with Greys

Toronto's most exciting rock band doesn't think the city has a cohesive sound, but they love being compared to other Toronto bands.
Cam Lindsay
6.13.14
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