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Issue 357 - AP x Palaye Royale
[Solo Rider] 
Forget taking over the world:
Palaye Royale are aiming past the sky.
Palaye Royale—Sebastian Danzig, Remington Leith and Emerson Barrett—spent their pre-teen years as a highly groomed boy band. But then the tight-knit trio shifted gears and got woke to the multi-faceted legacy of swaggering rock ’n’ roll to make their own rock/fashion/art convergence a reality. Building the band hasn’'t been easy—the siblings have lived through homelessness, lack of money and respect, and ignorant misconceptions—although it hasn’'t fazed the boys and their devoted fans, the Soldiers of the Royal Council. Today, the Palaye Royale movement is gaining momentum, and the brothers are spending every waking moment manifesting their dream (and executing an ambitious five-year plan) with laser-guided focus. Get on board with the band’'s modern rock ‘'n’' roll circus or hop off now. Get the full scoop in our latest issue.
READ MORE: The time Palaye Royale didn’t look like they “belonged” at Warped Tour
Also In This Issue:
PANIC! AT THE DISCO CEO Brendon Urie reveals his plan B, ponders half of a perfect day and admits the Beatles were right all along for our 10 TOPICS feature.
There was a time when STATE CHAMPS’ Tyler Szalkowski wasn’t the coolest guy in the room—and he wants you to know that. The guitarist opens up about his struggle with his weight throughout his life and his journey to become a healthier person in IT GOT BETTER.
Blistering New Jersey outfit OLD WOUNDS are mixing beauty with belligerence and lighting new fires in America’s hardcore scene.
SHARPTOOTH’s Lauren Kashan has seen enough pain, aggravation and idiocy to make her want to scream. And she’s doing it in one of the fiercest hardcore bands out there.
For this installment of AP ARCHIVES, we’re hanging with MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE, getting Kool with RANCID and feeling supersonic with OASIS.
Life, death and shift work are the not-so-hidden ingredients in PARKWAY DRIVE’s Revereance. Read all about the making of it in ALBUM ANATOMY.
We’ve got 10 ESSENTIAL bands who are bringing style back to music with an on-point aesthetic.
And we know you’re too busy to find them, so we got some for you—check out the 12 BANDS we can’t stop listening to this month. Thank us later.