Archive for April, 2016

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Blink-182 release lyric video for “Bored To Death” from upcoming album ‘California’

Following an unceremonious leak of the new track earlier today, Blink-182 have officially premiered their new single “Bored To Death” on KROQ. Listen to the song, the band’s first without founding member Tom DeLonge, below. The song comes from the new album titled California, due out July 1 (pre-orders are ongoing). The record features Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba […]

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It’s a battle of evil spirits in new trailer for ‘Sadako vs. Kayako’

Ringu (The Ring) and Ju-on (better known in America as The Grudge) franchises are two of the biggest horror franchises in Japan. If you’ve ever dreamed of a crossover between the two film series, your dream has come true with the release of the first trailer for Sadako vs. Kayako. In the trailer, protagonist Yūri […]

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‘Wet Hot American Summer’ is returning to Netflix once again

When Netflix released Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp last year, it quickly became one of our favorite shows. First Day of Camp perfectly encapsulated what made 2001’s Wet Hot American Summer a cult classic, and was a hilarious, delightful experience. Today, Netflix announced that we’re going back to Camp Firewood again in […]

REVIEW: We grieve with Greaver on immense full-length, ‘The Faun’

Artist: Greaver Album: The Faun Genre: Post-Hardcore Label: Cardigan Records At one point in our lives, we all love someone or something. And at another point we all lose that someone or something. This is the circle of life. As Mr. Vonnegut so aptly put it, “and so it goes…” Music has the power to […]

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Thrice release “Black Honey” from upcoming LP

Thrice have released the newest track off of their highly anticipated ninth release, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere. “Black Honey” follows the previously released “Blood On The Sand,” and shows the band keeping up with the aggressive choruses, but adding more to the diversity of their upcoming release. Talking to NPR about the […]

UTG TRACK-BY-TRACK: Right On, Kid! – ‘On The Brighter Side Of Things’

Drawing influence from pop-punk mainstays like Blink-182 and The Ataris, Right On, Kid! are sure to appeal to even the most hopeless romantic. Unapologetic and brimming with energy, the New Mexico five-piece have a knack for huge hooks and smart lyrics, making for a fitting summer soundtrack that’s more than worthy of repeat listens. The […]

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John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson fight for their lives in new ‘Cell’ trailer

It’s safe to say that most of us are pretty attached to our cellphones. Some of you are probably reading this on your cell right now. After viewing the trailer for Cell (via Entertainment Tonight), you might be compelled to set your phone down for a while. Based on the 2006 Stephen King novel of […]

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Bayside announce seventh LP ‘Vacancy,’ Fall headlining tour

We all know Bayside by now. If you never heard “Devotion and Desire” on a random Warped Tour sampler over the years, then you’ve probably been living beneath an igneous formation deep beneath the earth’s crust. Today, over on their Facebook, the band announced their seventh studio album, Vacancy, will be released on August 19 […]

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Greaver stream intense new concept album ‘The Faun’

Concept bands are becoming a regular thing. Story-driven music can either be horribly cliche or can add a whole new layer of thought and texture to a band’s sound. Enter: Greaver, an aptly named five-piece post-hardcore band from North Carolina who have all the tools they need to deliver a much needed punch to the […]

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Fallujah will keep you awake with video for “Abandon”

Ahead of the April 29 release of their third full-length, Dreamless, San Francisco technical death metal giants Fallujah have unleashed their music video for the song “Abandon.” The video presents smoky, ethereal visuals that also reflect the beautiful album art. Musically, it contrasts brutality and heaviness with atmospheric, nearly post-rock moments—a juxtaposition you might find […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘High-Rise’ is a deeply disturbing, affecting look at human survival

Film: High-Rise Directed by: Ben Wheatley Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller When you stop and think about it, the human race’s survival to this point is amazing. Think of all that we’ve had to endure over thousands and thousands of years: shifting climates and environments, multitudes of vicious predators and wildlife, disease and […]

REVIEW: Western Settings elevate their game with ‘Old Pain’ EP

Artist: Western Settings Album: Old Pain Genre: Punk, Rock Label: La Escalera Records, Creator-Destructor Records Fresh off the release of last year’s debut full-length, Yes It Is, San Diego’s Western Settings have released a six-track EP, called Old Pain, ahead of their upcoming U.S. tour in May. Much like the debut, Old Pain is full […]