• From now until the end of his band—or his life—Emmure frontman Frankie Palmeri isn’t apologizing for anything. 

(Interview in AP 311 // June 2014 issue)

    From now until the end of his band—or his life—Emmure frontman Frankie Palmeri isn’t apologizing for anything.

    (Interview in AP 311 // June 2014 issue)

  • Poster of Gerard Way in AP 311 (June 2014 issue)

    Poster of Gerard Way in AP 311 (June 2014 issue)

  • Maybe Brendon Urie will have a few backflips up his sleeve for his performance on the AP Music Awards!

    Maybe Brendon Urie will have a few backflips up his sleeve for his performance on the AP Music Awards!

  • Being as an Ocean – featured in AP 311 (June 2014 issue)

    Being as an Ocean – featured in AP 311 (June 2014 issue)

  • "Think of every comment you leave, positive or negative, as a vote…"

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    "Think of every comment you leave, positive or negative, as a vote…"

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  • Drawing board for the lyric poster special in AP 311. Features lyrics and photos of Crown The Empire! Issue available for preorder now.

(Photo credit starting top left: Amber James, Christian Lawrence, Anam Merchant, Michael Pelaez, Graham Fielder)

    Drawing board for the lyric poster special in AP 311. Features lyrics and photos of Crown The Empire! Issue available for preorder now.

    (Photo credit starting top left: Amber James, Christian Lawrence, Anam Merchant, Michael Pelaez, Graham Fielder)

  • Craig Owens of Chiodos. 
Read the rest of the interview in AP 310 // May 2014

    Craig Owens of Chiodos.
    Read the rest of the interview in AP 310 // May 2014

  • Your award show. Your vote. Your night. Cast your vote now!  Share who you voted for with #voteAPMAS!

    Your award show. Your vote. Your night.
    Cast your vote now! Share who you voted for with #voteAPMAS!

  • On their fourth album, Memphis May Fire opened up like never before, speaking candidly about issues close to their heart. Next: inspiring fans to do the same. 
Read all about it in the May 2014 issue (AP 310).

    On their fourth album, Memphis May Fire opened up like never before, speaking candidly about issues close to their heart. Next: inspiring fans to do the same.
    Read all about it in the May 2014 issue (AP 310).

  • Bert McCracken of The Used has never been one to keep quiet. This time around, he’s speaking out against corruption and urging people to create social change.
Read all about it in the May 2014 issue (AP 310) 
Photo credit: Sammy Roenfeldt

    Bert McCracken of The Used has never been one to keep quiet. This time around, he’s speaking out against corruption and urging people to create social change.
    Read all about it in the May 2014 issue (AP 310)
    Photo credit: Sammy Roenfeldt

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