The Outro – The Receiving End of Sirens

The Outro is a new column here on Under the Gun Review to honor our favorite bands from the past decade that made their mark in their respective genres but have since come to the unanimous decision to move on from their confluence and pursue alternative enterprises. Providing an in depth look at the featured band’s career as well as interviews with the bands themselves regarding their departure, The Outro is sure to have you feeling a spell of nostalgia as you reconnect with your favorite acts that we’ve lost in recent years.


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Forever The Sickest acoustic performance

Forever The Sickest Kids recently performed an intimate acoustic set for Smartpunk. You can view the performance below:

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Live: You, Me and Everyone We Know “A Little Bit More”

You, Me and Everyone We Know performed their song “A Little Bit More” live for Smartpunk and can be viewed right here. This song is off the groups’ recent release Some Things Don’t Wash Out.

Go Radio perform new song

Click past the jump to watch Go Radio perform a new song called "Hold On" for Smartpunk Live. This track is off the upcoming release Lucky Street.

The Smartpunk Tour dates

The Word Alvie, Upon A Burning Body, Abandon All Ships, The Color Morale, and For All Those Sleeping will be on next year's Smartpunk Tour starting next March. You can check out the tour dates after the link.

Smartpunk Live hits the air presents Smartpunk Live's first episode with a two-part interview with Hey Monday along with an acoustic performance of "Homecoming." You can also enjoy an acoustic performance of "Let It All Go" by Saves The Day. Watch and tell us what you think!

Hellogoodbye pre-order bundles

Hellogoodbye pre-order bundles exclusively through and New full length "Would It Kill You" available Nov 9, 2010