Lessons, one of the many new successful hardcore bands to pop up in the upper Midwest in 2014, will be coming back with a new album the summer of 2015, but for now, they’re rebranding as a core duo with support. With half of the band also in Children 18:3 and rumors of a new record from them bubbling up, it would make sense for Lessons to plan for the future.
"Ever Eden has been this perfect culmination of us realizing what our journey has been and how to aim that as a message for other people." After years of introspection and coming-of-age, Ever Eden has embraced their own struggles, as haunting as it may feel, to create a community that's turned out to be much larger than the band itself.Full Feature More from Ever Eden
After canning the entire album in 2015, Righteous Vendetta is ready to release 'Not Dead Yet' and prove they're still thriving. We recently got to sit down with Ryan Hayes, vocalist of Righteous Vendetta, to discuss the band's upcoming album, life in the Mountain West, and how the pandemic has him venturing into country music songwriting.Full Feature More from Righteous Vendetta
Telle Smith, vocalist for The Word Alive, is coming off the release of the band's sixth studio album, MONOMANIA. That was in February. This is, well, now. Originally planned to tour for the new album and play for millions, he’s in his house in California... trading stocks. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt catches up with the quarantined Smith.Full Feature More from The Word Alive
Last year, Sleeping With Sirens put out 'How it Feels to Be Lost' with plans to support it throughout 2020. And then, well, 2020 happened. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt speaks with vocalist Kellin Quinn about putting the band on pause, starting a new project in quarantine, and his new-found life as a part-time teacher.Full Feature More from Sleeping with Sirens