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(Mental Health Conversations):  Madness To Creation Podcast Season 2 Ep. 3:  Travis Miguel of ATREYU
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(Mental Health Conversations): Madness To Creation Podcast Season 2 Ep. 3: Travis Miguel of ATREYU

Editor's Note:  Travis Miguel, guitarist of the legendary metalcore band Atreyu, joins the Madness To Creation Podcast for the 2nd Season and 3rd Episode.  Last Friday, Atreyu released their album entitled "Baptize" to critical acclaim from Knotfest and Metal Insider.  The album features high profile collaborations from Matt Heafy of Trivium, Travis Barker of Blink 182 and Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach. They will be embarking on a tour in winter 2021 with Crown The Empire, Saul and Defying Decay as the supporting acts of the "Baptize" tour. In this mental health conversation with Madness To Creation Podcast, Travis Miguel of Atreyu discusses the "Lead Sails + Paper Anchors" livestream event, his memories of the Taste of Chaos tour where they supported Deftones and Thrice, mental health,...
We Nerd Out Vol. 110:  Madness To Creation Team Picks for Bangers of the Year!
We Nerd Out

We Nerd Out Vol. 110: Madness To Creation Team Picks for Bangers of the Year!

Editor's Note:  What an amazing year of music it was for us!  We got our contributor's together to come up with a list of top song of the year, top album of the year, and top live show of the year for Madness To Creation in the annual "Madness To Creation's Bangers of the Year".  This is strictly based off our opinion: Banger Live Show of the Year: Live Show of the Year according to John Nelson:  Slipknot Live at the Iowa State Fair Live Show of the Year according to William Zimmermann:  Static-X Crystal Lake picked by Madness To Creation Mark Dean:  Marillion live at Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, United Kingdom Mike Victorick:  Reignwolf Christopher James Ryan:  Bloodywood live in Manchester Glenn Fernetti:  Slipknot live at the Iowa State Fair Shawn Doyle:  T...
(Mental Health Moments) (Album Review) CROWN THE EMPIRE Encourages Self-Examination and Deep Reflection Towards Mental Health Through the Release of Sudden Sky!
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(Mental Health Moments) (Album Review) CROWN THE EMPIRE Encourages Self-Examination and Deep Reflection Towards Mental Health Through the Release of Sudden Sky!

  On July 19, metalcore band Crown the Empire released their fourth studio album titled Sudden Sky via Rise Records!  Anticipation for this album was high as almost half the tracks were released as singles prior to the entire record’s release.  Through a statement accompanying the release, the band states, “Our new album Sudden Sky is a digital representation of who we are at this moment in time.  It captures our innermost fears and anxieties while questioning humanity and the chaos of the world we live in today.  This urgent search for meaning taught us that the only way to truly be human is to be vulnerable.’Sudden chance’ and destruction will lead to your liberation.” The album begins with a short intro titled (X) that leads into “20/20”, one of the aforementioned releases off th...