Archive for June 18th, 2012

STREAM: The Word Alive – Life Cycles

We have a fantastic stream for all of The Word Alive fans out there today. Under The Gun Review is currently streaming the group’s ferocious title track and it brings down the house. Filled with intensity, blazing guitars, and thundering drum hits, this song exemplifies TWA’s entire record. They will release their follow-up to Deceiver […]


SINGLE REVIEW: Of Mice & Men – “The Depths”

Artist: Of Mice & Men Song: The Depths Album: The Flood (Reissue) Label: Rise Records Of Mice & Men released “The Depths” last week as part of a dual promotional push for the upcoming reissue of The Flood and the group’s run on Van’s Warped Tour. It is the first song to surface since cleans […]

Machine Gun Kelly 2012

Machine Gun Kelly Highline Ballroom Freestyle

Machine Gun Kelly was recently banned by the NYPD, on his Hostile Takeover Tour, from playing his show at the Highline Ballroom and was not too thrilled about the circumstances surrounding it. MGK made it up to fans by hitting up Notorious B.I.G.’s favorite recording room in Daddy’s House Studio for his hot new freestyle. […]

Chi Cheng 2012

Chi Cheng (Deftones) Improving Following Pneumonia Diagnosis

There has been a lot of doubt and worry surrounding the pneumonia diagnosis of Deftones’ Chi Cheng but he is recently showing signs of improvement / consciousness in the ICU. Cheng has been assisted with a breathing machine for a while and slowly the doctors will start weaning him off the machine (as soon as […]


STREAM: Maroon 5 – One More Night

Maroon 5 have unveiled a stream of their new single “One More Night” and it shines some light on this cloudy Midwestern day. Watch out for Maroon 5′s upcoming album, Overexposed, to hit stores on June 26 through A&M/Octone Records. You can bet that we will have a review of this album from our staff […]

falling in reverse 2012

MUSIC VIDEO: Falling In Reverse – Good Girls Bad Guys

Epitaph Records’ own Falling In Reverse have unleashed their raunchy new video for the single “Good Girls Bad Guys” and can be seen here on UTG! The video starts of in 1999 fashion, with a parody of the Budweiser classic “Whassup?”, and leads into a scene from the movie Friday. FIR have it all planned […]


MUSIC VIDEO: Melanie Fiona Ft. J. Cole – This Time

Melanie Fiona has released the sexy new music video for her single “This Time,” featuring J. Cole, and it shows off a lot. This single is off of Fiona’s latest album, The MF Life, and has been gaining serious traction through the R&B/Soul world. We will be sure to update her fans with the recent […]

History Lesson


On this day in 1942 Sir Paul McCartney was born James Paul McCartney in Liverpool, England. The son of working class parents, Paul grew up modestly, but comfortably, in post-war England. His father, a jazz player and pianist, encouraged Paul to play music at an early age. In the spring of 1957, at the age […]


Fleetwood Mac Tribute Album Details

Details for the forthcoming Fleetwood Mac tribute album have surfaced and Under The Gun Review has them through the jump. Hear Music/Concord Records are planning to release this awesome collection of Fleetwood Mac cover songs on September 14 and features Best Coast, MGMT, and many more. View the full listing of artists performing on this […]


ALBUM STREAM: Make Do and Mend – Everything You Ever Loved

Make Do and Mend has put out one of the best records of the  year thus far (review from us coming shortly), but we all know you want to just hear the damned record after so much hype. Well our friends at Absolute Punk are streaming the entirety of Everything You Ever Loved on their […]


EDITORIAL: “That’s My Boy: Does the Failure of Two Adam Sandler Flicks in a Row Signal the End of his Box Office Reign?”

Do movie stars still exist? Summer 2012 seems determined to answer that question with a resounding “No”. Hollywood has long been obsessed with the idea of a box office star – an actor who can reel in a healthy audience to theaters regardless of the quality of their newest picture. With the “guarantee” of a […]

Madagascar 3


It was a slow weekend for moviegoers, probably due to the new releases available to see. Rock Of Ages barely beat out Snow White And The Huntsman for a number three spot, most likely because no one under the age of forty is going to watch a movie where a 50 year old Tom Cruise is a […]