Archive for June 14th, 2012


STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Wale, Stalley, Gunplay, & Kendrick Lamar – Power Circle

A day after their album premiere party in NYC, Maybach Music Group has just dropped one of the most anticipated track off Self Made Vol. 2 (and UTG has your link!). Adding Kendrick Lamar to the roll call, “Power Circle” is a midtempo track that highlights the lyrical dominance of MMG in the current mainstream […]


UTG EXCLUSIVE: Nemes Premiere “Blues” Video

In our four-plus years as a website few bands have been featured as often as Massachusetts’ Nemes. From their early days of New England influenced pop punk, to their modern blend of folk and alternative rock, these young men have consistently produced some of the most engaging music we’ve heard. Today we have the great […]


HOLY SH!T: “Sinister” Looks Scary As Hell

SXSW is known for playing host to films that will go on to make skin crawl worldwide and today’s horror-related trailer is no different. After winning over audiences at the annual conference in Austin back in March, Sinister makes its first appearance on the blogosphere today with a theatrical trailer sure to spark excitement. The […]

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Citizen To Record Full Length With Will Yip

Toledo area punk outfit Citizen have confirmed that they will be recording  their Run For Cover Records debut full length with producer Will Yip. Yip has worked with an impressive catalog of artists including, Title Fight, Circa Survive, The Wonder Years, and many others. Citizen will be entering the studio to record their full length […]

Twenty One Pilots

STREAM: Twenty One Pilots – Guns For Hands (New Studio Version)

Fueled By Ramen’s newest family members, Twenty One Pilots have been in the studio for the past month and a half recording for an upcoming album release on the label. They re-recorded their song “Guns For Hands” while in the studio, along with old favorites and new tunes. The band will also release an EP […]


The Wonder Years to Release Book, New Demos

It’s the one year anniversary of Philadelphia pop-punk group The Wonder Years’ album Suburbia: I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing, and in that celebration the band has announced that they will be releasing a book titled A Year As a Ghost. This 200 page book will feature full color images and stories from […]

Green-Day 2012

Green Day Releases New Album Artwork, Teaser Trailer

Legendary punk outfit Green Day released the first of their new album artwork for their three part release ¡Uno! ¡Dos! or ¡Tre!. The three albums are coming out over the course of the fall and early winter, so we can expect a lot of new material from the band in the coming months. The artwork released is […]

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Archers of Loaf Announce Tour

Indie-punks Archers of Loaf announced a short list of tour dates, and we have them here for you. Archers of Loaf has influenced some of your favorite bands of today, so if you want to see where the bands you love came from, you should hit up one of these dates. We put one of […]


STREAM: The Overseer – Vulture

The Overseer have partnered up with Revolver to release the next single off their upcoming debut album We Search, We Dig. You can check out the track, as well as a brief interview with the lead singer, Tony Rivera, and the bassist, Bradley Riggs, right here. The Overseer is a four piece experimental/metal group hailing […]


STREAM: Of Mice & Men – The Depths

It’s finally here! Of Mice & Men have released a brand new single titled “The Depths”. You can check out the lyric video for the song after the jump. The track is expected to make an appearance on OM&M’s reissue of their last full length album, The Flood. The reissue is currently set to be […]


REVIEW: Metric – Synthetica

Artist: Metric Album: Synthetica Genre: Indie rock, new wave Label: Metric Music International I had initially planned to describe this record as the very definition of a hot mess, but on reflection, this seems a bit harsh. It’s a flashy album, laden with the kind of narcissistic style and posturing that so informs indie/synth types, […]


UTG INTERVIEW: Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter

An excess of ambition can make or break an artist, and one could assume that the scope of what The Dear Hunter has evolved into since its inception, could rip its creator apart with ease. Alas, Casey Crescenzo, the marvel behind the madness has valiantly kept his composure, pressed on, and continues to optimize the […]