PULP Magazine Issue #144
BAZOOKA ROCKS II MONSTER ISSUE
J-ROCK IS TAKING OVER
A new phenomenon is happening and this time it’s a Japanese invasion. Get a glimpse in the workings of the mind of a visual kei band as PULP staff writer Kryselle Carlos gets an interview with Uchusentai Noiz, the frontliners for a new musical revolution.
RISE OF THE FEMINISTS
The only female-fronted band in the Bazooka Rocks II international line-up, Tonight Alive’s Jenna McDougall represents girl power! Catch a taste of Australia from the five-piece rock stars from the land down under in this exclusive by Laura Chan.
THE RED JUMPSUIT APPARATUS CONQUERS HELL AND HIGH WATER
RJA comes back to dominate Manila and set the stage on fire. Turn the pages to reveal their thoughts on returning to Manila with new music.
TECHNICOLOR POP IN ITS PUREST FORM
Guys who wear their hearts on their sleeves may turn you off, but A Rocket to the Moon tells you otherwise. Technicolor pop on a whole different level. PULP Managing Editor Kara Bodegon has the scoop on the band who’ll serenade Manila one last time.
GET THE LOW DOWN FROM ALL TIME LOW
Contributor Josyn Palma catches up with the guys from All Time Low. Get the latest news from the guys from Baltimore and find out what keeps their energy going to create songs that would rock the world.
THEY CAME, THEY SAW, THEY CONQUERED
Metalcore band We Came as Romans has definitely come a long way. After conquering PULP Summer Slam 12, the band is all set to rock the Bazooka Rocks II stage.
Rock gods have human tendencies too, you know. They also indulge in that simple pleasure in life which everyone loves…FOOD! Anberlin takes a break from their hectic schedule and dishes out their personal favorite ambrosias.
RADIODRIVEBY: THE VIDEO GAME FREAKS WITHIN!
Fighting monsters and saving the world in the electronic universe is what Radiodriveby does when not rocking out on stage. They divulge what worlds they venture into as they turn into video game nerds.
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