I know it's taken quite some time to get this completed, but you can finally read my interview with MTV.com Staff Writer, James Montgomery, right here. Yes, he is the gentleman that writes all those articles we link to here on our site. It's a really interesting read, especially for those of you who want to become journalists, and I'm sure all of you will enjoy it. Please check it out; enjoy!
Head Automatica recently stopped by the MTV studios and recorded a live version of "Graduation Day," plus an interview talking about the new album. Check it out on their artist page at MTV.com now. Also, the band will perform an acoustic set at Vintage Vinyl Records in Fords, NJ at 7:00PM tonight. If you purchase their new album, Popaganda, there before the show, you'll receive a wristband to attend. Last but not least, Daryl and crew will be playing a special show/party this weekend for Alternative Press in Cleveland, OH at The Grog Shop. A small number of tickets have been released, so get them as soon as you can; they can be bought at the club with no service fee or by phone at...
MTV.com has Underoath's "Writing on the Walls" in the "Hot 5 Downloads" on the front page. Go download it (assuming you can actually get the MTV website to work)! Pick up the band's new album, Define The Great Line, in stores on June 20th through Solid State/Tooth And Nail.
Check out MTV.com for a brand new article on Avenged Sevenfold. The article covers the band's upcoming tour plans and the band members' feelings on their current popularity level.
"When you go to our live show, it's a full-on heavy metal show, and we don't need — I mean, no offense to 10-year-old and 11-year-old little girls, [but] they're not going to understand the experience,"-- M. Shadows
Thrice have selected the track "Red Sky" to serve as the next single from their latest album Vheissu. The group are currently mulling over treatments for the video for the track and more on that can be read at MTV.com.
MTV.com recently wrote an article about Atreyu. Check it out for information on their new music video, new album, and the "Underworld:Evolution" soundtrack.
"Bands like My Chemical Romance and Fall Out Boy, those bands enjoying more success just helps bands like Atreyu. It's like trickle-down success for us. The more popular and acceptable those bands become, to a much smaller extent, bands like us become."--Alex
Gatsbys American Dream's video for "Theatre" has been delievered and already been accepted on MTVU Freshman Class, MTV Video On Demand, MTV.com, and MTVU.com. Expect to see the video sometime in early December.