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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,...
15 Bands To Watch At Lollapalooza + The Importance Of Concerts For Mental Health
AXS TV and Entertainment News, Prep Time

15 Bands To Watch At Lollapalooza + The Importance Of Concerts For Mental Health

With the return of Lollapalooza hitting Grant Part in Chicago, IL this summer spanning a massive 4 days, we've wanted to break down 15 artists playing that we'd recommend and give you some song choices along the way. Since we are excited for the return of live music as well I also wanted to take a moment also to talk about the benefits that live music and concerts / festivals can have for ones mental health. (more…)
Sum 41 Got the Crowd Infected with Nostalgia in Minneapolis
Concert Therapy Reviews

Sum 41 Got the Crowd Infected with Nostalgia in Minneapolis

I immediately knew that this was going to be a special night in Minneapolis, where nostalgia would be seeping out of everyone's pores and where music made you feel like a total street punk kid all over again!  Sum 41 brought their "15th Anniversary: Does This Look Infected Tour" to a sold-out Varsity Theater in Minneapolis with special guests Seaway and Super Whatevr. I've been to a lot of shows where the feeling felt empty and disappointing.  Not because of the performance of the bands, but because in large part, people generally don't support live music anymore.  Sum 41 told me to take those feelings I have about live music nowadays and stick them where the sun doesn't shine because they were all about having a good time and they showed genuine gratitude for what they were going to brin...