*now playing*
 

Features

10 Songs True Emo Kids Can Recognize By The First Note


By now, we’ve all seen the viral TikTok trend capitalizing on our emo heart’s trigger of the infamous G-Note. It’s no secret that playing this simple note will reveal any and every Emo Kid—current and former—within a considerable distance. After all, “Welcome To The Black Parade” by My Chemical Romance can easily go down in history as the most recognizable song across a span of generations. But how many more of these timeless classics can a true emo kid pick out before the lyrics even begin? Here’s our list of 10 songs true emo kids can recognize by the sound… Read more »

News

One Step Closer Issues New Single, “Blur My Memory”


In anticipation of their forthcoming full-length, All You Embrace, arriving this Friday, May 17 via Run For Cover Records, One Step Closer has issued their latest offering “Blur My Memory.” With a quick-paced opening that instantly demands your attention, the blistering instrumentation allows the electrifying anthem to unfurl. The earworm chorus bursts forth with fervor and passion: “Then blur my memory, keep it on your shelf. I’m used to spending days running from myself.” Check out “Blur My Memory” below. One Step Closer are gearing up for the second run of their co-headlining tour alongside Anxious and Koyo, with Prize… Read more »

News

The Early November Faces Their Demons On “Tired Of Lying”


Ahead of the release of their self-titled album, which arrives on June 14 via Pure Noise Records, The Early November is offering another taste of the LP with a new single, “Tired Of Lying.” The duo also previously shared their tarot-themed track “The Fool” and the March-released “What We Earn.” “This song is about overcoming childhood trauma and demons while at the same time learning about and trying to face your new ones. The vicious cycle many of us sadly find ourselves in,” vocalist Ace Enders says. The band shares the new yearning, bittersweet, modern alt-rock track with a unique POV music video.… Read more »

News

The Emo’s Not Dead Cruise Announces 2025 Lineup


It’s not a phase, mom! That’s basically what the 2025 Emo’s Not Dead Cruise lineup says. The Used headlines the tropical excursion with BoysLikeGirls, Chiodos, Hawthorne Heights, and many more donning bathing suits to surf the ocean waves. While pre-sale is sold out, staterooms will be released weekly on Fridays at 8 AM PT. Tropical emos who love the sun and heat can set their eyes on docking in Miami, FL on February 4, 2025, and embarking on the sea to Nassau, Bahamas through February 8.  Along with the headliners, include the second scheduled show for pop-punkers, Hey Monday. Frontwoman… Read more »

News

Deryck Whibley Of Sum 41 Announces ‘Heaven And Hell’ Memoir


Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley has announced that he’ll be releasing a memoir. Aptly titled Walking Disaster: My Life Through Heaven And Hell, after different songs from the pop-punker’s popular act, the book will be released on Oct. 8 via Gallery Books. Fans can pre-order a copy of the book here. Whibley posted the announcement on his Instagram, saying he is “extremely honored and excited” about this opportunity. This comes after the Canadian act’s statement that they will disband later this year. The novel includes Whibley’s reflection on his trials and tribulations and a backstage look at how Sum 41… Read more »

News

Turnstile Announces Latin American Tour With Drain & Ceremony


Turnstile has announced they are heading to Latin America for their next tour. The hardcore giants will bring Drain and Ceremony as support. With nine dates out ahead of their June European run, they show no signs of slowing down. The Baltimore act posted on their Instagram about the announcement, and fans posted their excitement. Drain also posted about the highly anticipated run, saying, “THANK YOU TURNSTILE FOR BRINGING US TO MEXICO FOR THE FIRST TIME!” The GLOW ON act hasn’t announced any U.S. dates yet but is rumored to be making a stop at Outbreak Fest in the UK.… Read more »

Video

Kyle Gordon Is The New Emo Parody King


If you grew up in the ‘90s and early/mid-00s, you know damn well that The Lonely Island and Weird Al Yankovic were the names of parody music. Weird Al’s approach has often been to parody specific popular radio songs. The Lonely Island comedy-trio made some of the most iconic comedy songs on Saturday Night Live—frequently featuring some of Hollywood’s biggest names like Justin Timberlake and Natalie Portman. And now we have Kyle Gordon. A comedian who has been making a name for himself in the art of parody songwriting, taking over one genre at a time. He released his debut… Read more »

Features

NOAHFINNCE Wrote The Most Emo Song On ‘GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET’ From The Toilet


Although it is something most of us can understand and relate to, no one gets ‘GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET’ quite like NOAHFINNCE. Most of us were spectators at a young age online, while NOAHFINNCE was living directly in the spotlight. Noah Finn Adams became a very successful YouTube personality when he was in his early teens and still in school. After years of developing his artistry as a musician in the pop punk and alternative rock space, he now reflects on his journey through adolescence in the public eye. Today, his debut album, GROWING UP ON THE INTERNET dropped… Read more »

Sessions

Emo Legend Kyle Gordon Performs “My Life (Is The Worst Life Ever)” Live


In a whirlwind visit to the idobi Studios in Los Angeles, CA, emo legend Raven Shadow Bane of Our Wounded Courtship—aka comedian and musical satirist Kyle Gordon—put a fresh twist on his emo parody hit “My Life (Is The Worst Life Ever).”  This track, a true sensation across TikTok and Instagram Reels, has catapulted Gordon into the spotlight, garnering millions of views and earning him legions of devoted fans who are looking for a laugh. In a clever nod to emo music and culture, Gordon‘s lyrics playfully riff on the melodrama often associated with the genre, with lines like “Black… Read more »

COOKIE NOTICE
We utilize cookie technology to collect data regarding the number of visits a person has made to our site. This data is stored in aggregate form and is in no way singled out in an individual file. This information allows us to know what pages/sites are of interest to our users and what pages/sites may be of less interest. See more