10 Years Ago: My Chemical Romance Welcome Us to ‘The Black Parade’
From the deceivingly chipper “Dead!” to the heartfelt ballad “Cancer,” it was 53 minutes of pure rapture.
How Blink-182 Made a Big Comeback with 2011’s ‘Neighborhoods’
'Neighborhoods' was about big things: the sobering role of fatherhood, coping with loss and depression, and post-millennial paranoia.
20 Years Ago: Weezer’s ‘Pinkerton’ Redefines the Emo Genre
How did an album so reviled upon its 1996 release (by both critics and the band) become one of the most important and celebrated of the '90s?
PJ Harvey Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
We're ranking all of the albums by PJ Harvey.
Hole + Courtney Love Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
Beyond the tabloid fodder, Courtney “Love” Michelle Harrison was one of the most fiery, uncontainable singers of the '90s.
The Killers’ Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
Let’s revisit the Killers catalog and see which album triumphs over the others.
The Day Amy Winehouse Died
Amy Winehouse joined the notorious "27 Club" gang of Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain when she succumbed to alcohol poisoning at her London home.
How Fiona Apple Made Waves with ‘Tidal’
The 1996 debut album crashed into the mainstream at a time when Fierce Females were being trotted out by major record labels like prizewinning thoroughbreds.
Album Review: Blink-182 Try to Fill a Hole With ‘California’
While Tom DeLonge is swinging for the stars with Angels and Airwaves and possible alien exploration, his former Blink-182 band mates are aiming for the somewhat more grounded California. It’s the punk threesome’s first album without founding guitarist-singer DeLonge, and his absence leaves an aural crater in the lineup...
Thom Yorke, Trent Reznor, Paul McCartney + More Ask Congress for Gun Control
They signed the plea in the wake of the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub and the slaying of singer Christina Grimmie in Orlando.