Archive for July 7th, 2011

Periphery parts ways with guitarist Alex Bois

Periphery announced today that they have indeed parted ways with guitarist Alex Bois. The band have since commented on this situation saying the following. Hey Guys! We have some sad news to share. Alex Bois and Periphery have decided to part ways. This is truly a sad day for Periphery, because Alex has been with […]

MUSIC VIDEO: This Century – Young And Useless

Watch This Century‘s music video for their most recent single “Young And Useless” right here on Under The Gun. This song comes off of the group’s latest effort, Sound Of Fire. Check it out and let us know what you think by commenting.

Scream It Like You Mean It Tour dates revealed

The Scream It Like You Mean It Tour returns with a revamped list of acts, including headliners Breathe Carolina, with support from Chiodos, I See Stars, The Color Morale, Mod Sun and The Air I Breathe. Check below to view the official dates for this event. Click on the tour link to access and pre-order […]

Slipknot perform live in Germany

Watch 3 live videos from Slipknot‘s first headlining show since the passing of their bassist Paul Gray. The show was on June 21 at the Columbiahalle in Berlin, Germany. The band honored Gray by keeping his mask and bass guitar on stage, while their new bassist is keep out of view from the audience.

MXPX working on 9th studio album

MXPX has been extremely hard at work on their upcoming 9th studio album. This yet-to-be-named album will be the follow-up to the group’s 2007 release Secret Weapon (Tooth & Nail Records). Their album is being self-produced by Mike Herrera at his Monkey Trench Studios in Bremerton, WA. When asked about the recording process, Mike gave […]

Grave signs back with Century Media Records

Congratulations to Grave, who have signed back with Century Media Records. Grave’s singer/guitarist Ola Lindgren had this to say about the recent signing back onto their old label. We are very happy and psyched to announce that we have signed back to our old trusty workhorse Century Media Records! After some while of negotiations and […]

Tom Morello speaks about L.A. Rising festival

Legendary guitarist Tom Morello shares his thoughts and knowledge on the L.A. Rising festival and the artists that will be accompanying Rage Against The Machine on July 30. This event, held at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, will mark the 20th anniversary of one of the world’s most influential rock acts. Listen to Tom reminisce of […]

Simple Plan add additional Warped Tour dates

Simple Plan have announced that they will play an additional 5 dates on this years Warped Tour. Check out the dates below and see if they will be stopping by you. Jul 26 – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD Jul 27 – Farm Bureau Live At Virginia Beach – Virginia Beach, VA Jul 28 […]

Bleeding Through vocalist opens gym

Bleeding Through have been relatively quiet for a while now and vocalist Brandan Schieppati is trying to make use of his time. He has just recently opened up a gym called Rise Above Fitness in Huntington Beach, California. I know this sounds weird and the UTG staff don’t really understand why but I guess we […]


Sex, Drugs, And Bubblegum Pop (week 3)

One of most exciting new features, Sex, Drugs, And Bubblegum Pop, has returned for a third week of hilarity. Click through now for the latest tale of love and life in the music industry, as told through the eyes of Mr. Jayce.

Hanson unveil their Musical Ride Tour

Hanson have unveiled the initial touring dates for their career-spanning Musical Ride Tour. On this tour Hanson’s fans will be given the chance to vote online to select the album they want to hear each night. Voting will take place on the band’s website starting on July 11 and ticket pre-sale will begin on July […]

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REVIEW: Suicide Silence – The Black Crown

“em>The Black Crown really feels like the crappy deathcore cousin of Slipknot’s Iowa, as they’re pretty similar musically and touch on many of the same themes (and even feature equally atrocious lyrics). The Black Crown is a tight performance that sounds pretty excellent, but really lacks interesting musical ideas with any real depth.”