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Featured in the August 2007 issue (229), Hayley Williams made her Alternative Press cover debut ahead of Warped Tour 2007 before Paramore appeared on the cover of issue 235 as the Band Of The Year in February 2008. Following the release of their sophomore album in June 2007, ‘Riot!,’ the group were interviewed by Jonah […]

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Hayley Williams is bringing back her self-serenades for a special new cover. This week, the Paramore vocalist took to social media to share her own acoustic rendition of the Failure classic “The Nurse Who Loved Me” from the ’90s. Read more: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross win 2021 Critics Choice Award for Best Score Over […]

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In the past year, Paramore leader Hayley Williams has released two solo albums, Petals For Armor and FLOWERS for VASES / descansos. She has also posted a whole lot of videos of herself covering other artists, including Massive Attack, Radiohead, and Björk. Yesterday, Williams dug a little deeper into the ’90s canon and busted out a solo-acoustic cover of Failure’s crashing, anthemic 1996 alt-rock dirge “The Nurse Who Loved Me.”

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We’re all anxiously awaiting the release of Paramore’s next album, but the band have warned us not to get too ready just yet. On the bright side, Hayley Williams hasn’t left us wanting in the solo department. Recently, she had a fan release her newest broody track “My Limb,” followed up by her second solo […]

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There’s a good chance that Maynard James Keenan would prefer to be a country gentleman farmer than a brooding rock vocalist. As the owner of the Caduceus Cellars winery, the frontman is busy tending to his children, his vines and his farm. Glued to his phone about how the world reacts to his bands Tool […]

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Side projects have the special ability to give artists the chance to express themselves in whatever manner they choose without snobby genre lords or the (sometimes self-imposed) shackles of their previous works confining their sonic decisions. Sometimes these new bands go in an intentionally more mainstream direction, while other times the word “commercial” is never […]

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Gibson TV has premiered the first episode of the brand new series titled “Behind The Board,” which offers an in-depth look at the world of studio recording. In the debut episode, Gibson TV sits down with Ken Andrews of the band Failure to discuss the writing, recording and production of the band’s latest album In The Future Your Body Will Be The Furthest Thing From Your Mind. Formed in Los Angeles, Failure gained recognition with the release of the album Fantastic Planet. While disbanding in 1997, the band reformed in 2015 and released the album The Heart Is A Monster. After extensive touring sharing stages with the likes of Tool, Swervedriver and […]

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