It is in New Found Glory's best interest to convince you that their "Punk-Pop's Not Dead" slogan is the truth. They are after all a punk pop band so their careers rely on it.
Pop-punk and rock legends, New Found Glory and Taking Back Sunday, make some messy mosh pits out of a sold-out crowd at their double-headline show at The Tivoli last Thursday.
Meet 'OMG WTF TBS Cat' in the clip for Taking Back Sunday's 'Faith'.
With their fifth album under their belts, Taking Back Sunday have well and truly forged themselves as an ever-ambitious band brimming with promise.
Even the most beloved of bands need an affectionate jab to to the ribcage and Taking Back Sunday got theirs in Sydney.
Currently "chasing summer" with Soundwave, Taking Back Sunday's Adam Lazzara gets on the phone to FasterLouder.
After months of forum squabbling, it is with equal parts excitement and relief that we announce the 1st line-up for Soundwave 2010.
Even though the title of Taking Back Sunday's latest release Louder Now seems to be an affirmation of their changing sound they still appear to subscribe to the old adage of 'if it ain't broke don't fix it'.
Taste of Chaos is over for another year but for those who can't wait until '07, The Best of Taste of Chaos Two has just hit the shelves. Featuring forty bands of the punk, emo/screamo, hardcore and metal genres over two discs, it provides a great overview
The label given to Taste Of Chaos by a lot of people is 'emo fest' and it's a well earned label when you look around at the show and at the poster emo boy headliners, Taking Back Sunday.
Taste of Chaos was certainly that, with a really psycho mosh pit exemplifying the heavy music on display. Taking Back Sunday, Underoath and Thursday rocked the casbah, in five hours of non-stop emo/hardcore (with a bit of punk) that brought the kids out t
The International Taste of Chaos tour rolls into Adelaide for the second time
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