August 3, 2012


From the Vault: No Use for a Name

In light of the upsetting news announced on Wednesday, we decided to dig through our old footage in order to honor the life of No Use for a Name frontman Tony Sly. Above you can watch our one and only interview with the band back at the 2005 Warped Tour. The guys discussed the political and somber tone heard on certain tracks from 2005's Keep Them Confused. No Use also speak on recording music videos, how the internet has shifted the landscape of fans and how Warped has evolved since its inception in '95.

About From the Vault:
Throughout the years, Fuse has spent a lot of time interviewing a lot of incredible musicians. Reflecting on the channel’s rich history, we decided to blow the doors off our tape library and pull some of the best archive material with some of your favorite artists “from the vault.”

Check out more From the Vault episodes:
My Chemical Romance

Gym Class Heroes

30 Seconds to Mars
The All-American Rejects
Killswitch Engage
Motion City Soundtrack
Fall Out Boy
Rise Against

Taking Back Sunday
Warped Tour Volunteer Day '06