Archive for November 24th, 2012

Juliet Simms

MUSIC VIDEO: Juliet Simms – “Wild Child”

Juliet Simms, formerly of Automatic Loveletter, is known for finishing second place on season two of NBC’s The Voice. Although Simms finished second to opponent, Jermaine Paul, she’s still pursuing music and has released the video for her first solo single entitled “Wild Child”. The song is a great mix of pop and rock music, […]

A Skylit Drive 2012

STREAM: A Skylit Drive Premiere New Song Clip For “Fallen”

Experimental-screamo outfit, A Skylit Drive premiered a clip of their new song, “Fallen”, on YouTube yesterday. “Fallen” is sure to get A Skylit Drive fans all riled up in the pit. The band will release a full version of the song on November 30. A Skylit Drive is currently on the Nut Up or Shut […]

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STREAM: My Chemical Romance – Conventional Weapons: Number Two

My Chemical Romance have released the second part of their ten-song series of previously unheard My Chemical Romance tracks, Conventional Weapons: Number Two. The band released the first part of the series just under a month ago, and it seems they’re eager to put out more songs. Conventional Weapons: Number Two features two songs, “Ambulance” and “Gun”, which […]

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Emmure Robbed In Germany; Planning DVD Release

Emmure have been touring the world relentlessly in 2012, and they currently find themselves in Germany where they were recent victims of a somewhat large-scale thievery. You can read a full message from the band below, but those seeking a “tl;dr” version should know the band has apparently been working on a DVD chronicling the […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Solid Gold Cadillac – “What Do You Need”

What better way to celebrate kickoff Saturday night than by discovering one of rock’s next big acts? UTG could not be more honored and excited to be presenting you with the exclusive premiere of Solid Gold Cadillac’s new song, “What Do You Need.” Hailing from Michigan, this four piece offer a fresh take on dirty […]

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Capture The Crown Announce Debut Album; Launch Pre-Orders

Australian metalcore act Capture The Crown have been building an online following over the course of the last year demands respect. Following the release of their debut single and video, “You Call This A Knife? This Is A Knife,” the newly launched band began gaining social network followers in droves. To date the group has […]

August Burns Red Presents Sleddin' Hill A Holiday Album

REVIEW: August Burns Red – August Burns Red Presents: Sleddin’ Hill, A Holiday Album

Band: August Burns Red Album: August Burns Red Presents: Sleddin’ Hill, A Holiday Album Label: Solid State Records Genre: Metalcore/Seasonal Before getting into the meat of this thing, let me preface this by saying I don’t normally care for holiday music save for two styles: old school vocal jazz and Trans-Siberian Orchestra. That’s pretty much […]

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REVIEW: Christina Perri – A Very Merry Perri Christmas

Artist: Christina Perri Album: A Merri Perri Christmas Genre: Holiday/Seasonal Label: Atlantic There comes a time in every ambitious pop artist’s career that they are approached with the idea of creating a Christmas album. Christina Perri decided to try her hand at it this year with A Very Merry Perri Christmas. Whether the album’s name […]

Andrew W.K. 2012

HOLY SH!T: Andrew W.K Named Cultural Ambassador to Middle East By US Department of State

Just when you thought Andrew W.K. couldn’t get any more cool or awesome, he gets named a cultural ambassador by the United States government. Yes, you read that correctly. According to his website, Andrew in the coming months will be traveling over to the Middle Eastern country of Bahrain to share his music with and talk to […]

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REVIEW: Rihanna – Unapologetic

Artist: Rihanna Album: Unapologetic Genre: Pop/r’n’b/dance Label: Def Jam Twas a wintry night much like this one, around one year ago, that Rihanna first crossed my critical path. The results were not what one would call harmonious. I really rather hated Talk That Talk, and in the same week a learned colleague here at Under […]