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REVIEW: Polyenso’s ‘Pure In The Plastic’ is purely impressive

Artist: Polyenso Album: Pure In The Plastic Label: Dog Radio, Tone Tree Music Genre: Indie Rock, R&B What’s your favorite piece of visual art? Maybe a Van Gogh painting? What about an intricate, modern art sculpture? It could be an award-winning film or a specific portrayal of Swan Lake or Les Miserables. Whatever it may […]


PVRIS prep for first North American headlining tour

Fresh off a huge tour with Fall Out Boy and Awolnation, Lowell, MA rockers PVRIS have announced their first headlining North American tour in support of the deluxe release of their 2014 Rise Records debut, White Noise, which will be available April 22. Pre-orders are ongoing. The band will kick things off in Nashville on May 11 and wrap […]

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Transit announce breakup, final tour dates

Transit, the Boston pop-punk-turned-emo group best known for albums like Listen & Forgive and Keep This To Yourself, have announced their breakup. The band will play a few final shows and call it a day this Spring. Check out the final tour dates below. In their ten years as a band, Transit released five full-length records […]


PVRIS continue to stun with new single, “You And I”

The moment PVRIS hit the scene, their rise was inevitable. Their talent and staying power was immediately undeniable. Their branding was smart and appealing. All of this still rings true, but that unavoidable growth in popularity occurred at a far more accelerated rate than most may have anticipated. The band is now selling out shows […]

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Knuckle Puck Premiere New Music Video For “Pretense”

Chicago pop-punk all-stars Knuckle Puck have released a new music video for “Pretense” over at Kerrang! Magazine. You can watch it below. “We went to Canada a few weeks ago to shoot this music video for ‘Pretense’ with Miguel Barbosa and YEAH! Films,” says frontman Joe Taylor. “It was an incredible experience and the video turned […]

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Knuckle Puck Share “True Contrite” Off ‘Copacetic’

Knuckle Puck have joined forces with SPIN to begin streaming a new track titled “True Contrite.” Give it a listen by following the jump below. The group’s latest single is taken from their impending debut album, Copacetic, which is set to arrive on July 31 via Rise Records. It is preceded by the equally infectious […]

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Knuckle Puck Announce Debut Album, ‘Copacetic’

Knuckle Puck are no longer strangers to the game. Over the course of the year, the Chicago pop-punk outfit have worked extremely hard to put out numerous EPs and go on tour pretty extensively. To top all of this off, the band have just announced that they are currently getting ready to release their very first […]


UTG PHOTOS: PVRIS and Born Cages in New York, NY (06/01/15)

Under The Gun Review sent photographer MJ Rawls to The Studio at Webster Hall in New York to shoot PVRIS at their recent show with Born Cages. Unless you may been living under a rock, you’ve likely been aware of the dizzying rise of Boston alternative rock band PVRIS and their outstanding debut album released […]

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UTG INTERVIEW: Royal Psalms’ Nick Warchol Discusses Seizing Musical Opportunities & Their Debut EP

In the field of the arts, it is not uncommon for the phrase “life gets in the way” to apply more and more the further we get down the road. For most it becomes an acceptable and honorable excuse to leave youthful passions behind. For some, however, it becomes a driving force to pursue those […]


REVIEW: Silverstein – ‘I Am Alive In Everything I Touch’

Artist: Silverstein Album: I Am Alive In Everything I Touch Genre: Rock If any of us outlast Silverstein in the music business then there truly is no God and we are all doomed. Having survived over a decade in the scene, not to mention the coming and going of numerous musical trends, Silverstein have once […]


ALBUM STREAM: The Early November – ‘Imbue’

After months of anticipation, The Early November have begun streaming their fourth full-length record, Imbue. Give it a listen after the break, and share your thoughts with us in the comments section. “This is my favorite album I’ve ever been a part of,” said frontman Ace Enders. “I think one of the reasons is that […]


REVIEW: Dance Gavin Dance – ‘Instant Gratification’

Artist: Dance Gavin Dance Album: Instant Gratification Genre: Rock, Pop, Experimental I typically hate reviews and editorials that begin with quotes, but when attempting to begin discussing the latest release from Dance Gavin Dance there was one quote that stuck in my mind like the hook of “Stroke God, Millionaire” will soon stick with all […]