The Chicago band fronted by Patrick Stump and Pete Wentz have seven albums to their name: here's their catalogue ranked from worst to best
After breaking through mid-pandemic, Meet Me @ The Altar are now at the forefront of a pop-punk revolution – here we talk positivity, hard work and how to become "Green Day big"
Pop punk has come a long way from songs about girls and dick jokes – here, our pick of the bands revolutionising the genre
Frank Iero joins us to talk new music, cancelled plans and why he's on a grassroots mission to change the world
T’is the season to be jolly, but if you’re not feeling full of festive cheer, these are the songs for you. From us, with love
Grandson's blend of rock, rap and political fury has seen him hailed as a millennial Rage Against The Machine – but there's much more to him than that. Here, he opens up on music, alter egos and the art of giving a shit
Review Architects' livestream from the Royal Albert Hall this weekend was a powerful performance from a band who've never shied away from embracing the future
As Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys turns 10, we look back at the album that showed just how ambitious My Chemical Romance could be