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Cartel Frontman Will Pugh Is (Finally) Working On A Solo Album

Don’t fret, dear readers. I’m being honest when I tell you there is no lie in that headline. The Will Pugh solo album you always thought might happen is actually on its way to becoming a reality. Early this morning, September 2, Cartel vocalist Will Pugh set Twitter ablaze when he revealed plans for a […]


Right Away, Great Captain! to Re-release Vinyl Box Set in 2015

Die hard Manchester Orchestra fans get some good news today. The band’s frontman, Andy Hull, announced his solo project Right Away, Great Captain! will be re-releasing its four full-length LPs on vinyl for a brand new box set in 2015. Hull posted the message on Twitter today, apparently in response to several fans asking over the […]


Underoath’s Ex-Frontman Working On Solo Project

We should have known that once Underoath broke up, that it wouldn’t be long before Spencer Chamberlain started up another project. That man is just too talented not to continue making music. Mr Chamberlain started a Facebook page for a new project, Sleepwave, back in April, and just within the last two weeks started updating […]

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I Can Make A Mess Announces New Album

Ace Enders is quite a busy man. Our good friends over at AbsolutePunk report that Ender’s side project, I Can Make A Mess, has announced the release date of his third studio album entitled, Enola. The album is due out on June 4 via Rise Records. It comes as no surprise that Ace Enders would […]

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Derek Archambault (Defeater) Announces “Alcoa” Solo Project

Defeater vocalist Derek Archambault has announced his brand new solo project, called Alcoa, and the debut release will come late in 2012. Bridge 9 will be putting out his album through the label and a special message from Derek can be viewed by looking below. Please check out a stream of his new song “Family […]

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UTG EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Vanna Guitarist Evan Pharmakis Discusses Solo Career, Plans Album Release In 2012

The second day of February is a day that Evan Pharmakis will likely remember for the rest of his life. After eight years of hard work and dedication, he was officially no longer the guitarist and cleans vocalist of Boston post-hardcore act Vanna. Member changes are a big deal on UTG regardless of the band’s […]

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Roy English releases the FearLove EP

It’s been three and a half years since the release of Eye Alaska’s successful full length Genesis Underground. It’s  been almost as long since the band went AWOL. For an extended amount of time, singer Brandon Wronski took some time to himself to figure out exactly what he was doing. In September, he had it […]


Jon Walker’s solo project

Jon Walker, ex-bassist of Panic! At The Disco and guitarist of The Young Veins, has released a solo project. The album is called Home Recordings and has a similar sound as The Young Veins and The Beatles. You can purchase the cd here.

Gorillaz: “break up” or “to be continued”?

After The People released their story on the alleged end of Gorillaz, many fans began to sulk. If you happen to be one of these people filled with sorrow, dry your tears, because the “end” may only be a “to be continued”. Click past the jump for the full story!

Giles available on iTunes

Between the Buried and Me frontman, Thomas Giles Rogers, has been channeling some of his “left over” musical genius into a solo project called Giles. The intense electronic album is available on iTunes for only $4.99, click here for a preview.

Interview with Anthony Green

Click through the jump to read an interview with Anthony Green where he talks about Circa Survive‘s new music and plans for touring, as well as additional information about his solo project.

In-studio with Sealakes “Go Again”

After the great response from streaming the new Every Heart EP from our friend Casey Lagos’ solo project Sealakes we found it fitting to provide you with an in-studio session from Casey tracking for the song “Go Again.” Take a look after the jump and tell us what you think!