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The News Code Orange: Inside Their Twisted New Nightmare

Plus, Biffy Clyro, Hayley Williams, Five Finger Death Punch, All Time Low, Ozzy Osbourne, Myrkur, Frank Carter, The Amity Affliction and loads more!

Features The Menzingers' Greg Barnett: "It Affects Me Mentally On A Daily Basis, Reading The News And Being So Upset"

On Hello Exile, The Menzingers are holding a mirror up to an America in turmoil, and adulthood ushers in a fresh outlook on life, concerns that were once personal are becoming quietly political…

Reviews Album Review: The Menzingers – Hello Exile

The Menzingers contemplate life, punk and death as they continue to get older and wiser on Hello Exile

The News Enter Shikari: Rock's Revolutionaries Face The Future

Plus, Waterparks, Napalm Death, Download, Slam Dunk, Evanescence, Marilyn Manson, My Chemical Romance and loads more!

The News Watch The Menzingers’ Brilliant Video For New Single America (You’re Freaking Me Out)

Philly punks The Menzingers get political with their new single America (You’re Freaking Me Out).

The News The Menzingers Release New Single; Announce New Album And 2020 Headline Tour

The Menzingers are back with a brand-new single, as well as news of their forthcoming record Hello Exile, and a 2020 headline tour.

The News The Menzingers Have Finished Recording Their New Album

The follow-up to 2017’s After The Party is on the way…

Features DIY Punk Is Nothing Without Community, Says The Menzingers' Greg Barnett

Fans don’t care what gatekeepers say, they care about what’s important to their community of friends.”

Features “It Felt Like Anything Could Happen”: The Menzingers And PUP Discuss Their Wild Years

We sat down with the punks to talk basement shows, crashing on floors and keeping it personal when success comes calling.

Features Heartland Punk? What's A Heartland Punk?

Whether you call it orgcore, heartland punk, or just think of it as a bunch of bands who’ve listened to way too many Bruce Springsteen records, step right this way…