Archive for January 17th, 2014


Miley Cyrus Plans To Just Give Merch Away On ‘Bangerz’ Tour

She had a very interesting 2013 but now that the shock’s starting to wear off, Miley Cyrus is setting her sights on having one of the best shows of 2014 when she hits the road on the ‘Bangerz’ Tour. She recently had a conference where she mentioned free merch, her animated inspiration and how she’s […]


Blessthefall Announce The Hollow Bodies Tour

Phoenix, Arizona’s Blessthefall released their fourth album, Hollow Bodies, last August, and they’re taking to the road to support the record in 2014. The band announced The Hollow Bodies Tour today, which kicks off April 8 in El Paso, Texas and runs for over a month, finishing up at the Nile Theater in Mesa, Arizona […]


Motley Crue’s ‘Final Tour’ To Feature Support From Alice Cooper

All bad things must come to an end. There has been talk about Motley Crue throwing in the towel in 2014 for well over six months at this point, and on January 28 the group has planned a press conference in Los Angeles to outline just what that outing will entail. Unfortunately, a new image […]


Foo Fighters Confirm They Are Recording A New Album

“It’s fucking on” – Foo Fighters Late Thursday night, fans of the Foo Fighters received a late (or extremely early) Christmas gift from their favorite band with an Instagram update confirming their plans to release a new album. The image featured a photo of master tapes on a shelf with labels that read, amongst other […]

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Yellowcard Working On Eleventh Studio Album

A few days ago during an interview with OC Weekly, Yellowcard vocalist Ryan Key confirmed that the outfit has began writing what will be their eleventh full-length as a band. According to Key, this forthcoming effort, which presently lacks a title and release date, may well be the group’s most grandiose to date: “I’ve written […]


STREAM: Eight Songs From Dave Grohl’s Pre-Nirvana Band Uncovered

Eight songs from Dave Grohl‘s pre-Nirvana band Dain Bramage have been uncovered by Antiquiet. The band was comprised of Grohl, Rueben Radding and Dave Smith. They formed in December of 1985 and had a good two year run before Grohl left the band in pursuit of another band called Scream. Dain Bramage tried to continue […]



XO will be releasing their debut studio album, Heart, February 4 via Equal Vision/Rory Records. The group is fronted by brothers Jeff and Jake Turner, who are also members of the alternative rock outfit Say Anything. Yesterday, the band premiered the lyric video for a brand new single off the upcoming album. The song is […]

As It Is

As It Is Announce EP, Stream New Song

If members of The Ataris and Less Than Jake formed a supergroup, it would probably sound a lot like As It Is. The UK pop punk group is just as tight, melodic, and energetic as their influences, and the repeated refrain of “I just want to believe in something” in their new single, “Horoscopes,” is […]

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THE DROP: Featuring Jay Cosmic, Kastle, Twofold and More

While electronic music is generally not the main focus of Under The Gun’s coverage, there are quite a few members of our team who enjoy everything from dubstep and d&b to hardstyle and house. Thus, staff writer Michael Giegerich is heading the revival of The Drop, a retired column some longtime readers may remember. Focusing […]


MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Big Bad Wolves’

Film: Big Bad Wolves Starring: Lior Ashkenazi, Rotem Keinan Directed by: Aharon Keshales, Navot Papushado There have been a number of films featuring stories of revenge released in the last year, but I can promise you not a single one will leave the same kind of lasting impression as Aharon Keshales’ Big Bad Wolves.


MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’

Film: Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Actor: Chris Pine, Kevin Costner Directed by: Kenneth Branagh More than a decade has passed since Ben Affleck portrayed Jack Ryan and saved the United States in The Sum Of All Fears, and in that time America has been sorely lacking a national hero to believe in. This weekend Hollywood […]

Chuckie Campbell

REVIEW: Chuckie Campbell – ‘More Die Of Heartbreak’

Artist: Chuckie Campbell Album: More Die Of Heartbreak Genre: Rap, Spoken Word Up until this review, Chuckie Campbell wasn’t a name I was familiar with in hip-hop, and that’s unfortunate as this New York emcee has a lot to offer the genre. His extensive education is evident in his lyricism and it makes for a […]