Archive for October 18th, 2011

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STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Canary Dynasty – Cocaine Dreams

The team at Canary Dynasty has quickly become a staff favorite here at Under the Gun and we can’t help but post every thing they put out, and that’s a LOT. There are only 13 days until the Release of FearLove, Roy English’s debut EP. Color me excited! Tonight, the group posted a new work […]

Seahaven Streams “It’s Over” on Bandcamp

Head over Seahaven’s Bandcamp account to stream their song “It’s Over.” This chill rock song comes off of the band’s latest album Winter Forever. Let UTG know what you think of the tune by commenting past the jump!

MUSIC VIDEO: Volumes – Wormholes

Volumes have just released their video for “Wormholes,” off their album VIA which is available via Mediaskare Records. The band is set to head out, in November, as part of the Thrash and Burn Tour alongside Winds of Plague, Chelsea Grin, As Blood Runs Black and many more. Check out the tour dates and video […]

MUSIC VIDEO: The Ting Tings – Hang It Up

Check out the latest video from The Ting Tings for their song “Hang It Up,” which is off the bands unnamed album. Keep a lookout for more news on the album and the latest happenings from the band. The video is just as bright and colorful as you would expect from The Ting Tings. I […]

Sam Adams To Release New Single “Blow Up” On November 1, Possibly Sooner

UPDATE: We recently updated this story. Click here. Boston’s Boy Sam Adams has had a crazy 2011. From studio time to touring, he’s been firing on all cylinders and today’s news shows he’s not slowing anytime soon. Just a short while ago, Sammy announced via Twitter that he’s planning to release his new single “Blow […]

SHORT FILM: Zombie In A Penguin Suit

Halloween is only a couple week away and as such, we think it’s about time we start amping up our horror coverage. If you enjoy these short film posts, let us know and we’ll try to bring you more in the coming weeks. Recently, a group of Boston filmmakers quietly released a brand new short […]

REVIEW: Relient K – K Is For Karaoke

Artist: Reliant K Album: K Is For Karaoke Genre: Rock/Pop Label: Mono vs. Stereo/Gotee Records Relient K’s decision to release an album composed entirely of cover songs is a bold move, and certainly more daring than the traditional inclusion of one cover on an otherwise original album. These are fourteen songs of differing fame, some […]

Carnifex Release New Song Via Facebook

Carnifex have made their latest single, “We Spoke of Lies” available via Facebook. This song will be appearing of off their upcoming album, Until I Feel Nothing, which is to be released on October 25 via Victory Records. This death core scream machine is sure to create buzz with this latest album. Be sure to […]

Childish Gambino Remix of Broken Social Scene

Childish Gambino a.k.a Donald Glover has just streamed a 2005 remix of Broken Social Scene’s single, “Hotel.” This was off of Broken Social’s Scene self-titled third album release. Glover states that he remixed this during his college years as a DJ. To listen to this track please be sure to click through and leave your […]

New Found Glory May Take PPND Tour To Australia In 2012

Pop punk gurus New Found Glory may be headlining the PPND (Pop Punk’s Not Dead) tour to Australia in 2012. NFG is currently headlining the PPND US tour right now with support from Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, Man Overboard and This Time Next Year. The tour started on October 6 in Santa Cruz, […]


Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny. This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Graham Elwood and his latest release, Laffghanistan: Comedy Down Range. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be […]

Scene & Heard (Week 5) – Drive

Written by UTG critic Grace Duffy, Scene & Heard takes a look at the music that makes our favorite films so memorable. Whether it’s the 400-piece orchestra Christopher Nolan used for The Dark Knight, or the dozen or so bands that contributed to the soundtrack of Top Gun, there is no denying the impact music […]