Archive for March 20th, 2013

The Hush Sound

The Hush Sound Release First New Song In Five Years

The Hush Sound have partnered up with AV Club to release a brand new single titled “Not A Stranger”. This is their first new song in five years! You can stream the song by heading right here. Fan of the band? They will be on tour this May & June and will be hitting a […]

Matchbox Twenty

Matchbox Twenty Announce Co-Headlining Summer Tour With Goo Goo Dolls

Alt Rockers Matchbox Twenty have recently announced a massive summer co-headlining tour with Goo Goo Dolls. Who knows, maybe a tour like this will rekindle the following of each band. Both groups will be promoting their latest releases. Goo Goo Dolls with their upcoming tenth album, Magnetic, which will drop on May 7. Matchbox with […]


SERIOUSLY: Metro Station Seek $50,000 To Relaunch Band

Do you remember Metro Station? You may think you don’t, but it’s far more likely you did your best to block all memory of their simplistic and repetitive hit “Shake It,” which eventually worked and more than likely erased the very notion that they were even a band. But make no mistake, the plague on […]

Make Do And Mend

WATCH: Make Do And Mend – “Insomniac Jams” (Acoustic)

Connecticut’s Make Do And Mend have been consistently on the road for the last several years with many songs to choose from, considering their ability to churn out album after album. The Rise Records rock band is currently on the road in Europe. Earlier into their stay, frontman James Carrol performed “Insomniac Jams” acoustically. The […]


Gru Tries To Be Good in The New Trailer For ‘Despicable Me 2’

Animated films used to be a completely different ballgame in terms of creation, marketing, and release. In the past, studios would strive to craft animated features with the hopes of creating modern classics that would be loved (ie bought/supported) for generations to come. Today, however, the focus has shifted from creating something timeless to something […]

Horns Up Rocks lamb-of-god-band

Lamb Of God Announce Super Intimate NY Retreat With Fans And Tour With Decapitated and Terror

It’s great to hear that Lamb of God are now returning to the road after frontman Randy Blythe’s long and strenuous European manslaughter trial. The band will be taking Decapitated and Terror along with them for the tour, with dates running from mid-May to late June. The Acacia Strain will be replacing Terror for the […]

justin timberlake

MUSIC VIDEO: Justin Timberlake – “Mirrors”

After releasing his new album, The 20/20 Experience yesterday, Justin Timberlake drops his official music video for the single, “Mirrors.” The nearly 8-and-a-half-minute long video follows a man and woman couple from the day they first meet up until their old age. It isn’t until almost 6 minutes into the video where Justin Timberlake actually […]


‘Monsters Vs. Aliens’ Director Rob Letterman To Give Us ‘Goosebumps’

If you’re a “90s kid” like much of our staff, you’re undoubtedly familiar with R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps book series and its various literary spin-offs and television adaptations. Titles like Welcome To Dead House, Say Cheese And Die, and The Haunted Mask certainly ring a bell, right? I could blather endlessly about my childhood obsession with […]


Danny Brown Unveils “Kush Coma”

Danny Brown is one of the few artists working today that truly fit into the description of an original performer. Everything, from his lyricism to his persona, is unique to him and him alone. The result of this separation from the pack has found Brown a large underground following, but one could argue it may […]


STREAM: Snoop Lion Recruits Drake And Cori B For “No Guns Allowed”

The transformation of Snoop Dogg into Snoop Lion has been anything but smooth. In the months since the legendary MC first returned from Jamaica with his new identity, the media has chosen to accept his new name only when it works for headlines. If it’s reggae or somehow related to Jamaica, he’s Snoop Lion. If […]


REVIEW: A Rocket to the Moon – Wild & Free

Artist: A Rocket to the Moon Album: Wild & Free Genre: Pop/rock Label: Fueled by Ramen A Rocket to the Moon would have you believe they’re a rock band going by their description of themselves, but don’t believe it for a second. This is pure, polished, technicolour pop of the highest order. Not that this […]

Record Store Day 2013

Record Store Day 2013 Releases Updated Calendar (~400)

Record Store Day 2013 has unleashed another updated version of their official calendar and can be seen here on UTGReview! Check out more than 385 releases by heading through and let us know which ones you and your friends are excited for. CASSETTE RELEASES (COPIED FROM § Kill Rock Stars The Compilations(limited 3 cassette […]