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Features 15 years ago, emo conquered the world and changed rock music forever

With Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance and Panic! At The Disco now commanding stadium-sized crowds across the world, and Paramore’s Hayley Williams embarking on her own solo journey, we look back on the year that changed their careers and lives forever

Features The 25 greatest emo albums ever

From cult pioneers to the genre’s superstars, emo’s discography is rich and brilliant. But what are its best albums? You voted, and here they are…

Features The story of emo in 14 songs

From the basements of Washington, D.C. to festival headline slots around the world, this is the story of emo’s rise to prominence through the music that shaped a generation

Features How 10 Of Rock's Most Beloved Subgenres Have Evolved

We break down our most cherished music scenes by how they started, how they changed unexpectedly, and how their legacy lives on today.

Features 18 Albums That Are Perfect For Autumn

With the nights drawing in and a fresh chill in the air, we’ve picked a handful of the best albums to listen to in the autumn months…

The News The Used Cancel UK and European Tour, Including Slam Dunk Festival

The Used have cancelled their spring UK and European tour, and have also pulled out of Slam Dunk Festival.

The News The Beautiful Mistake Return In Awesome Form With Powerful New Single

Exclusive: San Diego alt-rockers The Beautiful Mistake are back with a new EP and a crashing new track.

The News Spanish Love Songs' New Single Is As Brutal As Honesty Gets

Exclusive: The newest track from the LA emo rockers Spanish Love Songs will rip your guts out.

Features 10 albums that marked the end of an era in rock

Here are 10 records that, for good or for bad, signalled the death of a trend within rock and metal…

The News Taylor Swift Went To A Dinner Party With Pete Wentz and Brendon Urie

She called it the most emo dinner party ever.”

Features Cursive's 9 Most Emotionally Draining Songs, According To Tim Kasher

We asked Cursive frontman Tim Kasher which of the band’s songs gut him the hardest.

Features The Underground Sounds Of America: Joyce Manor

These Californian emo upstarts aren’t even sure they want to tour with themselves.