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Say Anything Announce Summer Headlining Tour

Having successfully finished up celebrating the tenth anniversary of Say Anything‘s …Is A Real Boy through tours and various vinyl represses, the band is back on the road and will be touring this summer in support of their 2014 studio album, Hebrews. Unlike Hebrews, which was a successful no-guitars experimental endeavor, the band will be […]


Defined By Sonic Residues: A Resonance Of 2014

2014 was a year of polarity. Conflicting forces spinning me in all different directions, fighting to find which molecular force was the strongest. Flipping through the albums that left a mark on me through the entire year, I found that each one presented itself as a singular head-space, an isolated escape. Ranging from a dark […]


Cymbals Eat Guitars Post “Warning” and Add Tour Dates

The noise rockers in Cymbals Eat Guitars have a new album entitled LOSE coming out very soon. And the band has been steadily releasing tracks from the effort, and it’s definitely a sleeper pick. As said, they have already posted the album opener “Jackson”, the melodic “Chambers”, and now they have posted the loud and […]


Cursive Stream New Album

Omaha rocker’s Cursive are streaming their brand new album I Am Gemini on Saddle Creek Records. Fans can hear the brand new record here, available in stores on February 21. In addition to the new album, Cursive will also be touring this coming spring receiving support on select dates from Ume, Mount Moriah, Virgin Islands, Cymbals […]


Cymbals Eat Guitars/Cursive Announce North American Tour

Cymbals Eat Guitars have announced their upcoming North American tour with friends Cursive. This tour will spread from late March to late April so get ready for a great set of energetic shows. Please check out the entire tour itinerary by simply heading through the jump and let Under The Gun know if you plan […]

Cymbals Eat Guitars get new bassist

Courtesy: If fresh-faced Staten Island indie formalist bashers Cymbals Eat Guitars looked a little different in this CMJ photo, your eyes weren’t playing tricks on you. The band’s MySpace page lists a new bassist, a fellow named Matthew Whipple. He replaces Neil Berenholz, who, according to CEG’s publicist, left the band amicably because he […]