Archive for January 21st, 2014

The Raid 2

New Trailer For ‘The Raid 2’ Is Even Better Than The Last

Movie trailers are tricky business. On the one hand, you want each preview for your film to be as exciting as possible so that anyone who encounters any of the materials will be likely to seek out your feature. On the other hand, giving away too much up front can lead to people exiting the […]

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ScHoolboy Q Reveals ‘Oxymoron’ Album Artwork

LA rapper ScHoolboy Q is going to be dishing out his third studio album, Oxymoron, on Febuary 25. The 2013 XXL Freshman announced that the LP is now available for pre-order on iTunes and shared the standard and deluxe album covers which you can see after the jump. If you’re as antsy for the record as us, […]


Haste The Day Teasing Reunion

UPDATE: Burning Bridges era vocalist Jimmy Ryan recently posted a similar photo to the one included below. No additional details are available, but it does appear that Ryan will be involved. Almost three years have passed since Haste The Day parted ways, but a new update to the band’s Facebook page has fans anticipating a […]


The Used Tease New Single “Cry”

This last year was a busy one for Utah-based rockers The Used. Back in July, the four-piece released an EP, promised a new full-length set for early 2014, and shortly thereafter trekked up and down the west coast with the support of William Control and She Said Fire. Despite recent months of inactivity, earlier this […]


UTG PREMIERE: Bornstellar – “Wake The World” (Lyric Video)

Today is a very exciting day at UTG HQ. Just a month after helping them announce of their existence, we have the good fortune of premiering the first single and lyric video from North Carolina hard rock outfit Bornstellar. Featuring members of A Hero A Fake, Bornstellar is the latest hard rock band to make […]

Modern Baseball 2013

Modern Baseball Premiere New Song

Modern Baseball will release their new full-length, You’re Gonna Miss It All, through Run For Cover Records on February 11, and you can stream a new song from the album over at Fuse. Even more than the last two songs the band has released, “Charlie Black” highlights the growth and evolution Modern Baseball have experienced […]

Manchester Orchestra

Manchester Orchestra Announce ‘Cope Tour’ With Kevin Devine And Balance And Composure

Manchester Orchestra will be hitting the road in support of their upcoming album, Cope. With support from Kevin Devine and Balance and Composure, the Cope Tour is sure to bring out a crowd. With the recent release of their newest track, “Top Notch,” the band seems to be preparing to get the clock turning for […]


Young Thug Collaborates With Meek Mill To Deliver “Hundreds (I Have A Dream)”

There were many images and editorials released yesterday to celebrate the memory of Martin Luther King and his impact on modern society, but none can hold a candle to the tribute released by Atlanta native Young Thug. Okay, that’s not entirely true. Anyone familiar with the work of Young Thug should know better than to […]


REVIEW: Against Me! – ‘Transgender Dysphoria Blues’

Artist: Against Me! Album: Transgender Dysphoria Blues Genre: Punk By all accounts, 2013 was a rough year for Against Me!. Aside from the occasional acoustic performance of new material here and there, the future of the band seemed uncertain at best. Longtime bassist Andrew Seward bowed out of the band after the announcement of drummer […]

Of Mice & Men

Stream Of Mice & Men’s ‘Restoring Force’ A Week Early

Of Mice & Men‘s third studio album, Restoring Force, will be hitting stores a week from today. Fans have had to make do with just a couple of singles, but as of today that’s changed. Thanks to Rise Records, Restoring Force is now available to be streamed in its entirety. You can stream the album […]


Miley Cyrus ‘MTV Unplugged’ Special To Air January 29

Just when you thought you’d seen Miley do it all, MTV swings through like a wrecking ball and finds another way to cash in on Billy Ray‘s wealthiest offspring. Miley Cyrus will be the latest star to appear on the long-running MTV intimate concert series, Unplugged. You can view an advertisement promoting the performance, which […]

august osage county

EDITORIAL: Why ‘August: Osage County’ Had The Biggest Emotional Effect On Me Of Any Film From 2013

As of this morning, I have now experienced all three films adapted from Tracy Letts’ screenplays spanning the past 7 years. Bug and Killer Joe, both directed by William Friedkin, were wildly unsettling in very different ways. Led by phenomenal acting from Michael Shannon and Matthew McConaughey, respectively, both films are ones I’ve found myself […]