Archive for October, 2009

Nirvana Live At Reading Trailer

On November 3rd fans of Nirvana will have the chance to relive 1992 with the release of Nirvana Live At Reading. Today fans can watch a newly released trailer for the release which showcases bits of the crystal clear footage from that magical night in 1992. The package, which will be released in multiple formats, […]


With only a few days to go before the official release of Monster Monster, The Almost has exclusively premiered the album in its entirety on MySpace starting today. Visit,, to stream the band’s sophomore release featuring the singles, “Lonely Wheel” and “Hands” before it hits stores on Tuesday, November 3rd. Fans can also hear […]


With no better way to kick-off Halloween, AFI brings fans a golden performance of “Veronica Sawyer Smokes” live from mtvU’s Ulalume festival. The Morrissey-esque track comes from AFI’s newly released album, Crash Love which also features the single “Medicate.” The Ulalume event, which took place in Columbia, Maryland, also features Paramore, Dead By Sunrise and […]

SPOON’s New Album!

Courtesy: Pitchfork Just when we thought Spoon topped-out when it came to making staggeringly consistent indie rock albums, they kept on doing us one better. Considering these guys were responsible for three of our favorite albums of the decade, we’re hoping they can come up with as much greatness in the 2010s. So, Happy Friday: […]

New High Places Video

Courtesy: Pitchfork “I Was Born” is the new track from blipped-out duo High Places, who have moved from Brooklyn to Los Angeles since the release of their self-titled LP last year. Mary Pearson and Rob Barber made a black-and-white video for the track, too, and you can watch it below or over at According […]

Dirty Projectors’ have a new track

If you’ve been wearing out the Dirty Projectors’ stunning album Bitte Orca since June, we understand. So have we. Now that it’s almost November, it’s high time for a new slice of complicated vocal counter-harmonies and fluid guitar work. Back in August, we reported that the band would release an EP for the Bitte Orca […]

U2 + Youtube = 10 Million.

The LA Times is reporting that U2’s recent concert stream on popular video sharing website Youtube generated a very, VERY large response: U2’s live broadcast Sunday night of the Pasadena stop on its 360 Tour generated 10 million streams across seven continents, according to a YouTube spokesman. What’s more, since being archived on YouTube on […]

Rob Zombie announces Hellbilly Deluxe 2 tracklist

Rob Zombie is back on the music scene and preparing for the early 2010 release of Hellbilly Deluxe 2. The tracklist for this release can be found below and below that you can see a list of upcoming tour dates! Tracklist: 1. Jesus Frankenstein 2. Sick Bubblegum 3. What? 4. Mars Needs Women 5. Werewolf, […]

Copeland Breaks Up.

This is probably the most depressing news of the year: From the band: Dear friends, We have come to an extremely difficult decision. It has come time for us to move on from Copeland and follow other paths in our lives. We are absolutely grateful to have been able to make music for as long […]

The Sleeping release new video

The Sleeping’s video for “You’ll Be A Corpse Before Your Time” can be seen below.

Review: Native – Wrestling Moves

Artist: Native Album: Wrestling Moves Genre: Indie Rock Label: Sargent House It’s finally here! The UTG Staff’s pick for “Most Anticipated” album of Fall 2009, Native’s Wrestling Moves. I have been lucky enough to spend the last couple weeks with the record and though I wanted to wait until the Halloween [ish] release, I just […]

Josephine Collective REUNITE [to say goodbye]

Josephine Collective have announced a one-off reunion/proper farewell show that will also feature all of the members new acts as support. It will take place on January 9th….more details can be found on the band’s MYSPACE.