Archive for October 14th, 2011

Into It. Over It.

Into It. Over It. posts part 2 of studio documentary

Evan Weiss and Alternative Press have teamed up to release the second part to Into It. Over It.’s documentary. If you haven’t seen part 1, you can watch it here. Watch more on what went into the making of Proper in part 2 of this in-studio documentary. Also, buy Proper.

Go Radio post “Goodnight Moon” video preview

Go Radio posted a preview for their new music video for “Goodnight Moon.” Which will be exclusively on their album, Lucky Street the deluxe edition. Fans can pre-order the deluxe edition here. The preview features photos from the video set. The “Goodnight Moon” music video will premiere Thursday, October 20th, on VEVO. Check out the […]

Amanda Hyrns

Amanda Hyrns forms a band

A while back we introduced you to Amanda Hyrns, a singer/ songwriter from New Jersey. Then we told you that she dropped Craig Owens as her manager and left for home to do her own thing. Today, we are pleased to introduce her new band which will release their first EP under the name Heroes […]

VIDEO: Transit Acoustic Session

Transit has made huge strides with their latest release. With a fan base growing every day and a fantastic spot on a great tour, Transit is on a roll. Recently the band had a sit down acoustic session with The Common Revolt to record 2 songs from Listen & Forgive. Enjoy “Long Lost Friends” and […]

Shane Henderson

VIDEO: Shane Henderson (Valencia) – Fix You (Coldplay Cover)

Did you hear? Valencia Broke up, but guess “what?”! Shane Henderson made a song to make you feel better! Well, actually, Shane covered a song that might make you cry. It’s still a great video. Check it out after the bump.

Four Year Strong

Four Year Strong tracklisting for In Some Way, Shape, or Form

I’d say Four Year Strong is prepared to release a follow up to Enemy of the World, however, I don’t think that’s what this is. I will remain optimistic until I hear it, and the wait isn’t much longer. Here is the track list and album art for Some Way, Shape, or Form.

STREAM: Liferuiner – Revolution (Beatles Cover)

Canadian hardcore gods Liferuiner have unleashed a cover of one of rock’s most memorable track. “Revolution,” originally performed by The Beatles, has been given a much needed hardcore update complete with chugs and more opportunities to destroy your surroundings than anyone could ever ask for. Click through now to stream the track. Rumor has it, […]

WTFriday: Heart 2 Heart – Facebook Official

It’s Friday, Friday, Youtube teen video Friday. Today I regret to inform you that Lance Bass has a band of proteges to mentor in the ways of dead genres. Heart 2 Heart is a band of 5 kids who pretend to like girls for YouTube hits. We would like it to be plainly noted that […]

Under the Gun Logo

Tweet About UTG, Win A Prize Pack

It’s Friday, or as people with Twitter refer to it, Follow Friday (#FF). To celebrate, we’re holding a contest that costs absolutely nothing to enter! Everyone who mentions the UTG Twitter (@UTGreview) as part of their Follow Friday tweet will be automatically entered to win a CD/DVD prize pack containing some of the most discussed […]

Roy English

STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Roy English – Pieces of Your Heart

Continually free, eternally perfect. Here is another beautiful song from Roy English called “Pieces of your Heart.” This makes 6 free songs to come from the Canary Dynasty team. What’s better than free? Stream the new single from FearLove after the jump.

MUSIC VIDEO: Tegan and Sara – Not With You

Tegan and Sara have just released a live performance video of their single, “Not With You.” This song hails off their upcoming album, Get Along, Which is set to drop via Vapor Records on November 15. This album is a dvd/cd package so be sure to keep your eyes open for more videos and streams. […]

MUSIC VIDEO: All Star Weekend – All The Way

Pop group All Star Weekend have just released an acoustic version of their hit, “All The Way.” The single is taken off their latest album, All The Way. All Star Weekend gained their popularity from The Disney Network. Seems as if they are trying to expand to different genres and reach out to other crowds. […]