Archive for September 28th, 2011

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STREAM: Like Moths To Flames – You Won’t Be Missed

Like Moths To Flames fans don’t have to wait any longer for new material from the group’s upcoming album When We Don’t Exist. The heavy has been brought with the latest song “You Won’t Be Missed” and provides us with a more mature sound to LMTF. If you enjoy what you hear please be sure […]

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UTG INTERVIEW: Chris Haynie

Chris Haynie seems to be relatively unknown within the music scene but has likely been some way involved with things you’re familiar with, or at least aware of. Haynie is undoubtedly deserving of much more notice and acknowledgment as he’s an author, editor, publisher, and contributor to many important ventures in the indie music and […]

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UTG CONTEST: Mastodon Prize Pack For “The Hunter”

As most of you metal fan are already aware, Mastodon‘s latest effort The Hunter hit stores this week and Under The Gun wants to help you celebrate with some free gear! We will be giving away a special Prize Pack from the group that includes a t-shirt, claw finger koozie and a CTS miliatry hat. […]

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STREAM: Panic! At The Disco – The Calendar (iTunes Session)

Panic! At The Disco recently released a iTunes Live Sessions EP featuring songs from A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, Pretty. Odd., and Vices & Virtues. You can stream “The Calendar” from that iTunes Live EP, after the jump. The song originally comes from the band’s latest album, Vices & Virtues. If you want to […]

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Kerrang! Tour 2012

The Kerrang! Tour artists and dates have been announced! New Found Glory and Sum 41 will be co-headlining with Letlive and While She Sleeps with be opening. The dates for the tour can be seen after the jump. Tickets will soon be available.

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The Maine cover Neil Young

The Maine covered Neil Young’s “My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)” at a special acoustic session for Fender. The band will be hitting the road with Taking Back Sunday and Bad Rabbits. Make sure to check them out on tour! You can listen to the cover after the jump.

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We Came As Romans Announce The Take A Picture, It Will Last Longer Tour

We Came As Romans have unveiled that they will headline the Take A Picture, It Will Last Longer Tour, throughout the US, this November. Direct support for the tour run will be coming from Falling In Reverse, Sleeping With Sirens, Attila and For All I Am. Simply click past the jump to view the entire […]

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Black Tide Perform At Comic-Con 2011

Black Tide have been filmed performing two songs live at the 2011 Comic-Con event, which can be seen right here on UTG. Check out the band as they rip through “That Fire” and “Fight Til The Bitter End” off of their latest effort Post Mortem. BT are currently out on the Uproar Festival with Avenged […]

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Last Call Announce US Tour

Last Call are excited to bring you a huge US tour featuring some friends of UTG! On select dates you can see LC playing with Born Without Bones, Pentimento, Young English, Such Gold, Koji, We Are The Union and Former Thieves. What a fantastic set of talent there. The group are going on the road […]

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Mightier Than Sword Sign Lunch

You read that right, Mightier Than Sword have signed Worcester, MA indie rock outfit Lunch onto the label. As well as this cool announcement from the band comes news of an self-titled EP drop. The EP wil be in stores and everywhere October 11 and contain five new songs from the rockers. I haven’t heard […]

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Cheap Girls Sign With Rise Records

It has been announced that Lansing, Michigan’s own Cheap Girls have signed to Rise Records today! Congratulations to the band. They are going to be releasing their upcoming album in the spring of 2012, which is produced by Tom Gabel (Against Me!). As a special taste of what is to come check out a demo […]

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REASONABLE REMAKES: Smokey And The Bandit

Under The Gun is continuing our efforts to bring you more original and engaging content with REASONABLE REMAKES. Written by film-nerd Justin Proper, this column aims to highlight Hollywood’s forgotten gems and spark debate. You see, we’ve grown tired of Hollywood rehashing ideas we’re old enough to remember. Why remake something the majority of the planet […]