Archive for February 25th, 2010

Get To Know The Summer Set

Are you a fan of The Summer Set? Would you like to get in the head of the band members to know what exactly they are thinking? Well, now’s your chance! Recently, Josh Montgomery and Jess Bowden sat down and recorded themselves answering some questions that you (the fan) have been asking them. Take a […]

It’s Alive Release First Single

It’s Alive!, a four-piece rock band out of Lake Mary, FL, is putting the final touches on their Wind-Up Records debut Human Resources, which features their first single “Pieces.” “Pieces” was produced and mixed by David Bendeth (Breaking Benjamin, Paramore, Cavo) and will be available digitally on March 2nd, with the full album set for […]

Leatherface set to release “The Stormy Petrel”, post stream

Legendary Brit Punks Leatherface will be releasing their new full length The Stormy Petrel through No Idea Records in the U.S. on March 23. Already released in Europe on the band’s own Big Ugly Fish recordings, The Stormy Petrel will be Leatherface’s first output since reuniting. The Stormy Petrel will be available on CD, Vinyl, […]

15th Annual Extreme Things Sports & Music Festival

The 15th annual Extreme Thing Sports & Music Festival will be back in Las Vegas this year. Held Saturday, March 27, 2010 at Desert Breeze Skate Park, this year’s event will again offer fans a full day of rock and extreme sports, including a Pro BMX dirt jump competition, professional wrestling, roller derby, as well […]

Thin Ice Signs To Blood & Ink Records

Thin Ice recently signed to Blood & Ink records before they have even played a single show. Be on the look our for their new EP coming out soon with six new songs.

The Classic Crime releases new artwork for Vagabonds

The artwork for The Classic Crime‘s new album, Vagabonds. Their album is in stores on April 6th:

Review: Four Year Strong – Enemy of the World

Artist: Four Year Strong Album: Enemy of the World Genre: Heavy Pop Punk Label: Universal/Motown Having exploded onto the scene with Rise or Die Trying, Four Year Strong have more than made a name for themselves over the past few years. So much in fact that they’ve been up-streamed TWICE since last releasing any original […]

Closing statement from Hellogoodbye

Courtesy of Absolutepunk: We got a statement from Forrest Kline of Hellogoodbye about ending their relationship with Drive-Thru. Read it below. Forrest Says: “we’ve been unable to do anything for the past year and half as we’ve been locked in a lawsuit with drive thru records. two days ago we finalized the settlement and are […]

UTG TV: The Swellers Interview!

While on the road with Motion City Soundtrack, Michigan progressive punk rockers The Swellers were kind enough to give us a few minutes of their time to catch up, talk 2010 plans, and discuss helping us raise money for Keep-A-Breast. If you don’t have their new record, Ups and Downsizing, GO BUY IT! UTG TV […]

Review: Walking With Strangers – Buried, Dead and Done

Artist: Walking With Strangers Album: Buried, Dead & Done Genre: Metalcore Label: Snapping Fingers, Snapping Necks Making a name for yourself in the modern heavy underground music scene is basically impossible. Due to the avalanche of cookie cutter acts spawned through the ease of self promotion of social networking via sites like Myspace and the […]

Jonny Craig’s new music video for “Children of Divorce”

Jonny Craig’s new music video for “Children of Divorce” can be seen on Purevolume.

Lupe Fiasco Plans Steppin Lasers Tour

Courtesy of Pitchfork: The last time the verbose, conceptually silly Chicago rapper Lupe Fiasco embarked on a tour with a nutso poster and a name that signified light-show glory, he was opening on Kanye West’s Glow in the Dark tour, and it was awesome. This time, Lupe’s headlining his own trek, and he’s calling it […]