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Coheed and Cambria Announces Spring Tour

Progressive rockers Coheed and Cambria just announced that they will be touring this Spring with Pianos Become the Teeth and Moving Mountains. Now this is a big tour, and you should really make a point to go out to these shows if you into any of these bands. The diversity is great, but at the same time there […]

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Moving Mountains Announce European Tour

Moving Mountains have announced to their fan base that they will be touring throughout Europe in late May to June. This tour is bound to to be exciting so please check it out and support live music! Look over the revealed schedule by simply heading though the jump and let Under The Gun know if […]

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Moving Mountains Announce New EP

Moving Mountains has announced that a brand new EP, titled New Light, will be released on April 24th of this year. The twist to this EP is that each song is a brand new performance of an older song. We’ve got the track-listing below and will be revealing the Artwork and more details when they become available. What do […]

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Moving Mountains Release “The Cascade” Video

Moving Mountains have teamed up with Alternative Press to premiere their brand new music video for “The Cascade.” This beautifully shot video was filmed in Iceland over the course of three weeks. Watch it here. The band told AltPress a little about the video: “In our video for ‘The Cascade,’ we worked alongside Christian Sorensen […]

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Moving Mountains Announce More Dates

Moving Mountains are on the back end of their current tour, supporting Thrice and La Dispute, and have been receiving a ton of praise along the way. They have announced three additional tour dates, two of which are going to be headlining shows with The Conservatory in New Mexico and Oklahoma. The other date will […]

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The Wonder Years Announce Holiday Show

The Wonder Years have announced a special holiday show in Philadelphia, PA on December 16. Joining the pop punk heroes will be Michigan Fireworks, as well as Wheatus, Into It. Over It., and Moving Mountains. Tickets for this event went on sales earlier today. Click here to claim yours before they’re gone (and that will […]

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O’Brother Stream New Song “Machines Part – 1”

O’Brother have released a stream of a brand new tune off of Garden Window called “Machines Part – 1.” This track packs a ton of distortion and smooth rhythms into one punch, that’s sure to keep you wanting more. Listen to it by simply heading past the link and let UTG know what you think. […]

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Moving Mountains lose guitarist

Moving Mountains’ guitarist Frank Graniero has left the band to finish school and work on his project Caravela. The band is scheduled to go on their biggest tour to-date with Thrice, La Dispute, and O’Brother throughout the US. There is no word if Graniero will return to the band after finishing school. To read the […]

La Dispute perform new song “Out Of Your Hometown”

La Dispute were filmed in Paris, in high definition, performing a brand new song called “Out Of Your Hometown” from their forthcoming release. Catch the band touring in late September with Thrice, Moving Mountains and O’Brother.

Thrice add La Dispute to headlining tour

La Dispute have issued some HUGE news to all their fans and followers just recently. They will in fact be joining Thrice on their headlining tour that features other supporting acts Moving Mountains and O’Brother. The tour starts on September 30 in Sin City and looks to be a great opportunity for the Michigan natives. […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Moving Mountains – Always

Watch Moving Mountains music video for their single “Always” right here on UTG. This song comes off of the group’s latest release, Waves, via Triple Crown Records. Watch and enjoy.

Moving Mountains discuss influences for new album

In this recent piece Gregory Dunn, of Moving Mountains, discusses the bands’ five main influences for their new album, Waves. Read their influences and give the album a listen right here as well.