New Album Coming in August
After a few unforeseen delays, our new album, So Much For Love, is finally releasing on August 21, 2012! You can now pre-order the album for only $7.99 on iTunes. We’d love for you to check it out.



Win a Trip to Soul Fest
In honor of the release of So Much For Love, we, along with our friends at JesusFreakHideout, are giving away a free trip to Soul Fest in New Hampshire to see us perform and to spend some quality time together! So go sign up to win at JesusFreakHideout. You can also get extra entries for sharing the contest via social media, or you can get 25 extra entries for pre-ordering the album!

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Telle Smith of The Word Alive

An Artist's Obsession

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.

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Photo by Dusty Winter

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Bert McCracken of The Used Photo by Aaron Berkshire

Let's Get to the Heart of Things

"Music is our everything; we live and die for it. It’s our way to be human, so making songs that make that deep human connection is really important for The Used." In a new age of releasing music in a socially-distanced world, Bert McCracken and The Used face the challenge of human connection when physical connection is taboo. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt dives in with McCracken about The Used's new album, Heartwork, his absence on social media, and why 2020 will be the year of rice.

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Photo by Aaron Berkshire

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Neck Deep

The Pop-Punk Silver Lining

"I would hope from all of this madness we will come out of it and we're better equipped to understand and have compassion for each other." Releasing a new album during an historical epoch is certainly unique, and, for Neck Deep's 'All Distortions are Intentional,' the band looks to the future with a hopeful – and, yes, unique – approach.

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