Do you need some new music to listen to? With a handful of new writers, the All Punked Up team are here to share what we can’t stop playing on repeat. Whether the album is old or new, here is what we’ve been listening to and what we think you should check out!


Asking Alexandria by Asking Alexandria

“The album I’ve been listening to the most this month is Asking Alexandria’s newest self-titled album. This record has a very explosive sound right from the start and carries throughout the entire album. All of the songs on this album are very catchy and are very easy to rock out to. My favorite song is ‘Vultures’. It is the only acoustic song on the album, but is still very powerful. If you haven’t heard this album yet, I definitely recommend you do!” – Nicole


Feel Something by Movements

“Even though this album isn’t a year old yet, this isn’t the first time I’ve ended up binging it for a month straight. It’s a highly emotional album hitting on sadness, numbness, and pessimism. The best track, in my opinion, is ‘Daylily’ because it’s the happy song on the record. This album doesn’t just make you feel something; it makes you feel all the things.” – Brittiany


Ever After by Marianas Trench

Ever After was released in 2011 and Marianas Trench’s full-length studio album. The album tells the story of Princess Porcelain and her journey to overthrow her evil mother, Queen Carolina. Ever After is filled with a balanced mix of upbeat songs that are easy to dance to and heart-full ballads that show off the incredible talent of vocalist Josh Ramsey. Beautiful harmonies are intertwined through the tracks, making it an album consisting of a song for everyone.” – Natalie


Sonder by TesseracT

Sonder is the fourth studio album by the English progressive melodic metal band, TesseracT. The songs’ structures on this album are composed of an extensive variety of melodies, rhythms, and tones. With the particular combinations and diversity of sound on this album, TesseracT are representing who they are–making the fans and listeners travel from the heaviest to the most peaceful sounds. TesseracT’s work catch listeners by surprise and I totally recommend them to you.” – Camila


Panic Vertigo by The Wrecks

“I’ve been listening to Panic Vertigo by The Wrecks a lot this month. They opened for All Time Low last summer and now their song ‘James Dean’ is on the radio. The whole EP is full of upbeat songs and opens with ‘Figure This Out’, which immediately draws you in because the band’s personality shines through it. My personal favorite is ‘Way With Words’, which details a break up. I highly recommend giving it a listen!” – Tori


So Wrong, It’s Right by All Time Low

“I love the summer brand of pop punk. There are several pop punk albums I love that are specifically built for that season—the kind of pop punk that’s made for cruising down the street with the windows down and volume turned all the way up, hanging out with your friends, and all around just enjoying life in the summer heat. One of my favourite albums to listen to during this time of year is none other than All Time Low’s sophomore LP, So Wrong, It’s Right. This album embodies everything about the season when you’re young, carefree, and all that matters is having a good time with your friends and significant others. Not to mention, the songs are fun, catchy, and energetic. If you’re feeling nostalgic or looking for some good songs for your summer playlist, give So Wrong, It’s Right a spin. You’ll find what you’re looking for.” – Ian


Matters by Pulley

“I’ve been sticking with Pulley’s Pandora station a lot this month. It offers a stellar blend of pop punk and harder punk, with frequent appearances by Blink 182, NOFX, Social Distortion, Pennywise, No Use For A Name, and more. If you’re a fan of Epitaph bands, or just want to rock, check out Pulley’s Matters.” – Andrew