Marianas Trench's "Here's to the Zeros" is everything we've ever wanted in a music video, especially when it comes from a band known for its creative videos.
Canadian pop rockers Marianas Trench -- they are legit rock stars in their native land, so you may as well board this train now, since it's about to take off in the U.S. -- tried to rename our signature 'Pop the Question' segment 'Pop the Cherry' when they stopped by our offices for a little chit chat.
If you can walk the red carpet in a sexy mermaid costume, we have to imagine you'd have no problem performing for thousands in a Tom Cruise 'Risky Business' style outfit.
This weekend Canada celebrated the accomplishments of their very own over the past year the the 2013 Juno Awards.
Canada natives Marianas Trench -- who racked up more nominations than any other act at the 2012 MuchMusic Video Awards -- performed their song 'Fallout' from their concept album 'Ever After' outside during the live broadcast to tons of screaming fans. The performance was, in a word, rousing.
Canadian pop-punkers Marianas Trench recently released their third full-length album, 'Ever After,' and their latest single 'Fallout' tells a story of heartbreak, as one person struggles to get over somebody who has already moved on.
The track may have a somber tone, but the way fans react to the song is just the opposite, as evidenced in this live footage of Marianas Trench performing at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto in February 2012.