There is no better way to dismissively sum up a rock band than by labeling it ¨emo.¨ This has worked almost universally for the past six or seven years, with few exceptions. The problem arises when a few exceptions occur, as music aficionados and pop culture in general must scramble to come up with new ways to acknowledge a band´s sudden reemergence as a ¨real band¨ instead of, you know, a silly emo group for teenagers who spend far too much time lurking in Hot... More >>>