THIS PURCHASE INCLUDES:
|Issue #370.1 - AP x FRANK IERO|
|1||11'' x 17'' - FRANK IERO Outtake Poster [AP Exclusive]|
|4||Double-Sided Art Cards - Outtake Photos [AP Exclusive]|
This year’s model Frank Iero is equal parts fearless and frightened, rock star and regular guy, public and impenetrably personal. He’s not faking anything.
“Whatever you have done in the past doesn’t piggyback onto a new project,” he warns, pacing in the basement of St. Vitus and peppering his sentences with nervous smirks. “You can’t fall back: The slate’s been wiped clean, and you’ve got to start fresh. Everything you’ve done up to this point doesn’t matter. And then you start to worry. And then you start to wonder, ‘Oh man, do I even know how to do this? Is this going to work?’”
ALSO IN THIS MONTH’S ISSUE
Anybody here celebrating their 20th year on the planet? Happy birthday! You know what else turns 20 this year? Enema Of The State, the game-changing, end-of-the-century, pop-punk classic delivered by BLINK-182. Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker spoke to AP about their reflections and memories on the record and the number of rotations the record’s sphere of influence has made.
AIDAN GALLAGHER gets topical about his music, ecology, acting, the biggest misconceptions about his character Number Five on The Umbrella Academy and why he’ll never be in a band.
The cool rockin’ team of Jack Anderson, Malcolm Craig, Ayla Tesler-Mabe and Finn Wolfhard—collectively known as CALPURNIA— don’t really care about what the future looks like. But they’re really stoked over the possibility of how it’s going to sound. And they’ve got the fighting spirit to make their mark on the veneer on 21st century indie rock.
Having grown up through the punk underground, ANGEL DU$T frontman Justice Tripp is passionate about community, ethics and artistic freedom. The fact that listeners continue to ruminate whether their new music can still be considered hardcore is a point of great pride to him.
SLEEPING WITH SIRENS frontman Kellin Quinn has experienced incredible highs and deep, deep lows. He shares some personal insight to impart the truth that IT GOT BETTER.
In this month’s ALBUM ANATOMY, THE DANGEROUS SUMMER continue to make up for their hiatus by getting back to rawness and vulnerability—with a little Adderall thrown in.
Under the moniker WITCH OF THE EAST, Aeris Houlihan has created a debut album so gloriously varied, it feels like the best mixtape anyone’s ever given you.
We also dip into 10 Essential side project/solo albums from your favorite bands, delve into 12 Bands to make you smile through your web crawling, display both the finest AP archive shots and fan art and much more!