Archive for March 26th, 2015

Break It Down

Emery Launch New Podcast

Toby Morrell and Matt Carter of Emery have been working on a popular podcast named BadChristian. The podcast has been a successful endeavor, so it’s no surprise that Matt Carter has decided to launch another podcast. This one is titled Break It Down, and its goal is to share and discuss new music. The pilot […]

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I The Mighty Announce New Album, Unveil First Single

California alt-rockers I The Mighty are back with a promising new full-length record. Entitled Connector, the twelve-track follow-up to their 2010 debut album, Speak Now, is due out on June 2 via Equal Vision Records. In anticipation of Connector, the band has just unveiled a new song taken from it, entitled “Playing Catch With .22.” […]

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Rihanna Releases New Single, “Bitch Better Have My Money”

Following Rihanna‘s catchy Kanye West / Paul McCartney collab, “FourFiveSeconds,” the R&B singer-songwriter is back with another fire-emoji single, entitled “Bitch Better Have My Money.” This new single is reportedly taken from her upcoming eighth studio album whose title is yet to be unveiled. The new record, scheduled to be released later this year, follows […]

Frank Iero

Frnkiero Performs Stripped-Down Version Of “Joyriding”

frnkiero andthe cellabration used their time wisely while in Austin, TX for SXSW, pleasing fans with a Rhapsody acoustic session. Iero, drummer Matt Olsson, and guitarist Evan Nestor perform a stripped-down version of “Joyride,” a track off of Iero’s debut solo album, Stomachaches. Although the rawness of this album is very prominent, this live version captures the gravity […]

Passion Pit Lifted Up Vid

Passion Pit Debut “Lifted Up (1985)” Music Video

In anticipation of their forthcoming full-length, Kindred, Passion Pit have offered up a new music video for their infectious lead single, “Lifted Up (1985).” The clip finds frontman Michael Angelakos wandering around a full-on rager as faceless bodies dance blissfully in the background. Join the party after the break, and let us know if you’re […]

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Black Sabbath Announce Final Live Performance

The heavy metal pioneers of Black Sabbath have announced their final live performance, which will take place at Ozzfest Japan on November 22. From all indications, the outfit’s original lineup will be present, with the exception of drummer Bill Ward, who has been at odds with his bandmates for the past three years. As many […]

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UTG PHOTOS: Musink Festival (Day Three, 3/22/15)

Under The Gun sent photographer Erica Lauren to the Orange County Fair & Exposition Center on March 22, 2015 for The MUSINK Tattoo Convention and Music Festival. Musink 2015 took over Costa Mesa, California this past weekend for their 8th year. Music and tattoo enthusiasts showed up in huge numbers for a weekend of body […]

Pile 2

Pile Share Ridiculous “Rock and Roll Forever With The Customer In Mind” Video

Boston has a handful of incredible bands that are too modest to enjoy their own time in the spotlight. Without a doubt, the leaders of that are Pile. The rock band wield guitars to let out some of the best guitar solos you’ve heard in the last ten years all while seemingly unaware of their own […]

runaway brother

REVIEW: Runaway Brother – ‘Mother’

Artist: Runaway Brother Album: Mother Label: Tiny Engines Genre: Emo, Pop-Punk, Indie Rock Runaway Brother’s Mother hits hearts the right way at the right moment. You are initially given an illusion of elegance upon the entry of “Harvest.” Mother isn’t elegant, though. Mother is actually quite abrasive and digs deep into your skin, finding your […]

Paper Towns

‘Paper Towns’ Trailer Sets Stage For Summer Blockbuster

Based on the first official trailer, Paper Towns is destined to be this summer’s biggest teen blockbuster. The movie, adapted from John Green’s wildly popular YA novel of the same name, stars Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne respectively as Quentin and Margo, two childhood friends who reunite during their senior year of high school. Paper […]

Brandon Flowers

Stream Brandon Flowers’ Undeniably Catchy New Single

The Killers’ frontman Brandon Flowers has released a new single called “Can’t Deny My Love.” The catchy, ‘80s-inspired rock song will appear on Flowers’ second solo album, The Desired Effect, a follow-up to 2010’s Flamingo. While The Killers’ songs are known for their kicking choruses and Flowers’ booming vocals, the singer’s new solo track is […]

Tom DeLonge

Stream Tom DeLonge’s New Single, “The Invisible Parade”

Even though Tom DeLonge is no longer a part of Blink-182, he still has a busy year ahead of him. Aside from his forthcoming solo album, To The Stars…Demos, Odds And Ends, he is planning on releasing three additional albums and a handful of novels. For those fans who are unsure of what he has […]