The UK's venerable rock magazine NME announced that it will be offering its magazine as a free weekly edition starting in September. NME has seen its readership decline year after year, so this should at the very least grab some old fans back into the magazine fray.
The new free magazine launches on September 18 in the UK. As I type this, some of the NME team are locked away in a dark basement in NME Towers working on even more ideas to make sure itís not only a brilliant magazine, but that it gives you everything you asked us for. Iím confident that it will.
Blake Solomon on 07/06/15 - 11:14 AM
Jump to the replies to read Hayley's response about being on the cover of Cosmo.
Keagan Ilvonen on 04/05/11 - 08:07 PM
Hayley Williams will be featured on the cover of Cosmopolitan for the month of May.

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Keagan Ilvonen on 04/03/11 - 11:47 AM
Check out the May cover of Alt Press, featuring A Day To Remember, in the replies.

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Blake Solomon on 03/24/11 - 08:08 AM
Rolling Stone will be shrinking its magazine size to a smaller, rack-friendly size.
Paul Tao on 08/10/08 - 11:06 PM
Issue #8 of Substream Music Press is on shelves now, featuring covers of Rob & Big and Avenged Sevenfold as well as the monthly AP.net spread of recommendations.
Garett Press on 03/30/08 - 10:57 PM
Spin has launched a Digital Edition of their Feb. issue. The free online version is an exact replica of the magazine on newsstands and includes interactive features.
Julia Conny on 02/07/08 - 05:54 PM
Casket Salesmen are currently on the cover of IE Weekly (Inland Empire Weekly) and will be opening up for The Germs (including Pat Smear) on Saturday, June 21, 2007 at The LA Film Festival in Westwood, CA. For more Casket Salesmen tour dates, including a run with The Apex Theory, visit the band's myspace.
Joe DeAndrea on 06/20/07 - 04:11 PM
The FADER magazine has released its annual Icon Issue, this time looking at The Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia. This issue, which you can download for free in pdf form or on iTunes here, features commentary from family, friends, and modern artists such as Modest Mouse, Animal Collective, The Hold Steady, Dungen, Devendra Banhart, Brightblack, The Meat Puppets and more. All info can be found here.
Paul Tao on 05/20/07 - 03:40 PM
AbsolutePunk will have an exclusive section inside of every Substream Music Press magazine [Nationally distributed in Hot Topic etc.] from this day forward. This section will include hot news stories, top artists and albums to check out, along with unsigned artists, for those who like to be on top of the next breaking acts! In the mean time, go to Hot Topic and pick up issue #3!

Issue #3 featuring; New Found Glory, 30 Seconds to Mars, Cute is What We Aim For, Brand New, Paramore, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The Early November, Moneen, Cursive, The Years Gone By, Receiving End Of Sirens, Cobra Starship, The Starting Line, The New Amsterdams, Valencia, A Heartwell Ending, Hit The...
Garett Press on 01/19/07 - 11:49 AM
See what Paste Magazine had to say about Say Anything's ...Is A Real Boy in their March issue below.
Say Anything Paste Magazine PiecePlenty of rockers have gone insane, but rarely as young as Max Bemis, who was not 20 when he checked into a mental institution while making Say Anything's ...Is A Real Boy. Maybe it was the strain of playing every instrument but drums on the lushly arranged album. Or making punk-rock opera poking fun at his own delusions of grandeur. Or all the pot. Whatever caused such anguish, it resulted in a thoroughly absorbing listen. From the power-chord riffs of "Belt" to the synth-infused, hipster-bashing grand finale "Admit It," the epic ...Is A Real Boy...
Jared Kaufman on 01/31/06 - 08:39 AM

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