Drummer Eddie Fisher chats about going bigger on the band’s second album “Waking Up,” the challenges of avoiding a sophomore slump, and how their lives have changed since “Apologize.” … More OneRepublic


Lead singer Paul Meany opens up on the difficulties behind making the band’s sophomore album “Armistice,” including his own personal uncertainties and why persistency can sometimes be a bad thing, and what the group’s “Twilight” experience was like. … More MUTEMATH


Say Anything

Frontman Max Bemis opens up about the band’s self-titled record, God and religion, his transparent songwriting, and what it’s like to finally be healthy and married. … More Say Anything


Bassist Hunter Burgan discusses the making of the band’s eighth studio album “Crash Love,” how it fits into the AFI discography, and how the punk scene has changed over the years. … More AFI

The Used: Art+Work

Naming an album something as abstract as Artwork is a pretty ballsy move, just don’t tell the Used that. What began as an accidental coincidence when working on 2007’s b-sides collection Lies for the Liars turned out to be a natural fit. “It’s kind of the theme going on right now for everything,” bassist Jeph … More The Used: Art+Work

Alice in Chains

Guitar legend Jerry Cantrell sheds light on Alice’s first record in 14 years, “Black Gives Way to Blue,” the choices and responsibilities life often throws your way, and how the band came together to face its greatest challenge yet. … More Alice in Chains


Lead singer Nate Ruess and keyboardist Andrew Dost discuss all things fun. related, including its debut album “Aim and Ignite,” the group’s inception and ambitions, what pop music is missing today, and plans for world domination. … More fun.