A look at some of the classic music inspired by the famous New York landmark.
Having established himself as a hardcore punk agitator with Misfits, Danzig's uncompromising vision lead him to heavy metal and the iconic group Danzig.
The follow-up to ‘Enema Of The State’, ‘Take Off Your Pants And Jacket’ ensured that blink-182 were the reigning punk-pop phenomenon of the 21st Century.
Dark, sexy and enticing, ‘Juju’ found Siouxsie And The Banshees shaping the future of post-punk and laying the template for the emerging goth scene.
Burning with immediacy and catapulting The Ruts into the mainstream, ‘Babylon’s Burning’ remains a punk classic that’s lost none of its power.
Sex Pistols were one of the most influential and notorious rock bands of all time, introducing punk to the world through raucous sound and performances.
The Grammy-nominated Canadian pop-punk band led by Deryck Whibley have charted a successful multi-decade career with their high-energy rock.
The Long Beach rock band was founded by Bradley Nowell, whose songwriting and genre-blending approach elevated the band to fame.
The British new wave band founded by Paul Weller and Mick Talbot later came to include Steve White and Dee C. Lee.
The PiL frontman will discuss ‘The Public Image Is Rotten’ alongside director Tabbert Fiiller and manager/producer John 'Rambo' Stevens
To celebrate punk’s singularly DIY spirit, we present 11 unsung rare punk singles from short-lived bands who stuck it to the man in style.
Despite coming late to the skate punk party, Sum 41 released a bona fide classic in the shape of the aptly-named ‘All Killer No Filler’, featuring this signature hit, ‘Fat Lip’.
Arguably the US' definitive independent label for punk, hardcore, emo, metal and alternative, Victory's 30 years of enduring music encompasses sales of 15 million records.
The Fall’s Fontana years birthed three albums (Extricate, Shift-Work and Code: Selfish) that have remained touchstones throughout their career.
From proto-new wave to riotous alt.rock, the best Iggy Pop songs prove that the man born James Osterberg was no stooge.
From protest songs to Greenpeace concerts, musicians have long helped push the environmental movement’s cause, rallying for Mother Earth.