It’s that time again! A new issue of Upset is out now, and we’ve got the mighty Deftones taking the cover.
With their new album ‘Gore’ out this week, Chino Moreno gets in depth about the record and the internal push and pull that helps keep them at the cutting edge. Deftones don’t release bad records, and – no shock – they’re not about to start now, either.
Elsewhere we’re on the blower with Weezer‘s Rivers Cuomo, as the band return to spectacular form with their best album in years. He just wants to make sure we know what Tinder is. Champ. Black Peaks finally drop their fearsome debut album, Architects get ready for their second, and The Wonder Years tell us how they’re here to deliver truth on their own terms.
There’s also a delve into the workings of one of our favourite labels, Run For Cover, studio catch-ups with Boston Manor and Johnny Foreigner, a final farewell to Funeral for a Friend and chats with Max Raptor, Frightened Rabbit, Cheap Meat, Katie Ellen and Future of the Left.
Add to that the definitive verdict on the latest releases, live reviews from Twenty One Pilots, Creeper, Muncie Girls and Enter Shikari, an exclusive announcement you won’t want to miss from 2000Trees, and PVRIS’ Lynn Gunn taking on your questions, and we’re predictably packed to the rafters.
The new issue of Upset is on the streets from today. You can read it online here, or if you want a copy delivered direct to your door, order one here.
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