REVIEW: Nothing undress what it means to be “shoegaze” on new LP, ‘Tired Of Tomorrow’

Artist: Nothing Album: Tired Of Tomorrow Genre: Alternative, Rock Though it’s only been two years in between albums for Philly-based alt-rockers Nothing, it feels as if the band has aged much more than that. Striking headlines over the past few months, the band’s tired motifs have not only personified their music, but almost every outlook […]


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 […]

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Warner Bros. CEO confirms development of solo Batman film

Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice has garnered an incredibly mixed reaction. Critics have generally disliked the film, while fans of the DC universe have found solace in the tone and setting Warner Bros. have built up for future films. One aspect of the film that has been universally praised though, is Ben Affleck’s Batman. […]


Deftones release atmospheric new track, “Hearts/Wires”

Deftones will be releasing their eighth full-length album, Gore, on April 8. Ahead of its release, the band is streaming a new track, titled “Hearts/Wires.” Having already gotten a good sonic mix with the two tracks released thus far, “Hearts/Wires” adds even more versatility to the upcoming release. With atmospheric guitar, infectious melodies, and swirls […]

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You’ll need a hug (or two) after watching I The Mighty’s new video for “Slow Dancing Forever”

There’s nothing like a good cry. Until that cry turns into a sob. And then that sob turns into a bawl… I The Mighty have managed to take their already heartbreaking song, “Slow Dancing Forever” – one that’s only two-and-a-half minutes long, no less – and paired it with an even more heartbreaking and perfectly […]

REVIEW: O’Brother – ‘Endless Light’

Artist: O’Brother Album: Endless Light Label: Triple Crown Genre: Rock Get your ice packs ready, because you’re about to headbang relentlessly into the night. O’Brother return with their third LP, Endless Light, an album that is toned down from the abrupt heaviness of Disillusion and mixed with a little more light and air to make […]


Thrice return with gritty new track, “Blood On The Sand”

Thrice have returned, and it is fantastic. The band introduce us to their long-awaited ninth LP, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere, with lead single “Blood On The Sand,” a gritty powerhouse that takes us from Major/Minor all the way back to The Artist In The Ambulance. Being the first taste of new material […]

UTG has a newly revised Patreon and we need your help!

UTG’s Patreon, originally launched in August of last year, has been completely rebuilt to support more realistic expectations from both the patrons and us, the content makers. We have big things on the way with many positive changes and plenty of great content. Below is a revised version of our original explanation of the Patreon […]


Pine continue to take over with live performance of “Lopri”

A few days ago, I mentioned a band that has been after my own heart as of late: Ottawa’s Pine. They recently released a Little Elephant session for their track “Letters,” and now they’ve given us the second half of that performance with their track “Lopri.” Featured on our Valentine’s Day playlist, “Lopri” is off […]


Get Lost In Pine’s Little Elephant Performance Of “Letters”

Pine, an indie rock band from Ottawa, Canada is a band after my own heart. With their debut release “You Bury Me,” and following up with two more killer tracks off of a split with Dead Leaves, Pine are, in my opinion, one of, if not the band to watch in coming years. They blend […]


Deftones Release Powerhouse New Track, “Prayers/Triangles”

Finally, finally, finally. New Deftones tunes have made it through the airwaves. “Prayers/Triangles” is the first piece of music released from the Deftones’ upcoming LP, Gore, and to no surprise, it rules. Beginning with an eerie riff in Deftones fashion, the track soon explodes with ferocious beauty as only the band is known for. The […]


The Apocalypse Is Here In The First ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Trailer

The first trailer for the highly anticipated X-Men film, X-Men: Apocalypse, is here. The film focuses on the incredibly powerful mutant, Apocalypse, who is said to be the first ever mutant, and immortal. In the trailer we get our first look at the younger generation of the mutants we all know and love from the […]