STAY HOME: 5 Netflix Picks For New Year’s Eve

There was a time not that long ago when anyone seeking an exciting New Year’s Eve needed to make reservations weeks in advance or hope someone other than themselves would host a party (no one wants clean-up duty). Thankfully, we now live in the age of the internet, and anyone with $10 to spare can […]


Axl Rose Falls On Stage Because He Is Overwhelmingly Coordinated

There’s something about Axl Rose that really rubs me the wrong way. I don’t know what it is. Maybe it’s his inability to quit, maybe it’s the fact that he looks terrifying and I want to stop posting his picture. I know what you’re thinking: “Under the Gun Review, stop posting news about him then!” […]

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HOLY SH!T: Alice Cooper Covers Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”

Yes, you read that headline right. Alice Cooper recently covered Lady Gaga’s hit song “Born This Way” live at Bonnaroo this weekend, and it’s absolutely rediculous. If you really think about it, this song makes sense for him to cover (if he really had to cover a pop song) since the man has always been […]


Evanescence to Headline “Carnival of Madness Tour”

Evanescence recently announced that they will be headlining the Carnival of Madness Tour with Chevelle, Halestorm and New Medicine as tour support. Read that sentence again, shake your head, then move on with your life. This tour is not suprising in the slightest, with the support being one of the most predictable tours I’ve ever […]


HOLY SH!T: Jackie Chan Retires From Action Movies

It’s a dark day for action fans as legend Jackie Chan retires from being an action star. In his recent talks with TMZ, Jackie Chan explained “I tell you, I am not young any more … I am really, really tired.” At the age of 58, it’s easy to understand that the man is tired, […]

Another week, another low sales record

For the third time this year, the record for the lowest top album sales of the week has been set. Last week, Amos Lee sold 40,000 copies of Mission Bell to claim the #1 spot on Billboard, while Iron & Wine opened at #2 with 39,0000 units moved for the latest, Kiss Each Other Clean. It’s not all bad news though as this marks the highest single week sales for both Lee and I&W. What does this mean for the industry? Has turning our pop/rock talent into “single” artists destroyed their ability to move albums? Comment and let’s start a discussion!