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68 Release Illusion-Filled Music Video For “Track 5”

Today, ’68, the newest project from former The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin, has released a new music video for their song “Track 5: E” — which premiered on Alternative Press. The track comes off their superb debut album, In Humor And Sadness, which features a somewhat post-grunge sound that is unlike Scogin’s previous works. The […]

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UTG @ CMJ 2014: The Madness That Was ’68

No Sleep Records threw quite a party Tuesday night and UTG was there to witness it. The No Sleep ’Til CMJ Showcase brought a whopping eleven bands out to play at The Paper Box in Brooklyn. The diversity in the showcase’s lineup brought fans from different scenes together in a tiny space where gear filled […]

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68 Premiere Music Video for “Track One R”

This morning, a new music video from ’68 arrived for the song “Track One R,” the first track off the band’s debut full-length In Humor and Sadness which arrived early last month. The video, which premiered on Alternative Press, features the duo fiercely rocking out in an abandoned building. Newcomers may recognize vocalist Josh Scogin […]

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68 Releases Documentary for ‘In Humor and Sadness’

In true rock and roll fashion, ’68 have released the first part of a documentary which revolves around their full-length debut, In Humor and Sadness. The album releases a week from today, and can still be pre-ordered online. Ever wanted to know what frontman Josh Scogin’s favorite color is? What about his favorite cuisine? Those […]

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68 Release Dual Music Videos For New Single, “Track Two”

If there’s one thing we’ve learned about ’68, it’s that they have no problem marching to the beat of their own drum. Since bursting into the centerfold this past December, Josh Scogin (The Chariot, Norma Jean) and Michael McClellan have crafted a unique brand of noise that is loud, aggressive, and defies classification in the […]

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UTG TV: Josh Scogin of ’68 Chats About ‘In Humor and Sadness’

Josh Scogin believes in the human element of music, despite the fact that the world is now run by robots. He’s actually under the impression that rock and roll was meant to be performed by individuals with intuition. I think he’s out of his mind, but to each his own. When The Chariot completed their […]

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68 Stream First Single From ‘In Humor and Sadness,’ Launch Pre-Orders

We’ve been patiently awaiting the debut full-length from Josh Scogin’s post-Chariot band ’68. Following their Midnight 7″ with No Sleep Records, our anticipation was high to say the least. Leading up to the release of In Humor and Sadness on July 8, ’68 are streaming the album’s lead single, aptly titled “Track One” (all the […]

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68 Announce Debut Album, Upcoming Summer Tour

Since The Chariot called it quits last summer, former frontman Josh Scogin has been very actively promoting his newest project, ’68. So far, the outfit has released a handful of stellar live clips, recently wrapped up a tour alongside Chiodos and Emarosa, and earlier in the week, elaborated on their plans for the future. According […]

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TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT: Chiodos, Emarosa, Hands Like Houses, Our Last Night, 68 Hits

Are you ready for the biggest tour this spring? You better be, because Chiodos is back and they’re bringing the newly reformed Emarosa with them. Both bands have recently gone through some well-documented line-up changes as Chiodos invited founding member Craig Owens to rejoin them along with the inclusion of The Fall Of Troy’s Thomas […]

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REVIEW: ’68 – ‘Midnight’

Artist: ’68 Album: Midnight Genre: Rock, Hardcore, Grunge Label: Unsigned Contrary to popular belief, rock and roll music never quite died; it’s more that utterly terrible music wrongfully snatched the spotlight away and called itself rock. Yes, there have been several bands that have sprung up to fight the good fight (and have done a […]

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Tony Scott, Director Of “Top Gun,” Dead at 68

Tonight just took a turn for the tragic. According to various sources (and seemingly stemming from TheWrap), Tony Scott, director of such films as Top Gun and True Romance, has died of an apparent suicide. He was 68. From what we’ve been able to gather since learning of Scott’s death, it seems the famed filmmaker […]

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HISTORY: Today is the 68th Anniversary of D-Day

So we’re a music, movies, and entertainment website, we know this. All of our readers come here to read about the latest news, and we love and appreciate you to death. Today, we want for people to take a moment out of their day to reflect on the 68th anniversary of D-Day, or the the […]