Archive for December 9th, 2011

Jon Walker Covers “Do You Hear What I Hear?”

Jon Walker, formally of Panic! At The Disco recently covered “Do You Hear What I Hear?” The cover comes right in time for the holiday season! Jon recorded this cover a year ago, and never released it, but tis the season, he thought it was the right time to post. He also said this about […]

A Great Pile Of Leaves/Mansions/Young Statues Announce US Tour

A Great Pile Of Leaves, Mansions and Young Statues have joined forces to tour the US, this coming March, for an entire month! This will be a great tour so be sure to purchase your tickets sooner than later. All of the revealed tour dates can be viewed by simply heading through the jump. Let […]


Months after we first got a look at next year’s contender for worst idea put on the silver screen, a brand new trailer Battleship has surfaced online. In our latest clip of Peter Berg’s best Michael Bay impression, a shit ton of things explode, yet nothing at all catches our interest. You see a lot […]

Bleeding Through – The Great Fire Artwork/Tracklist

The 6-piece group from OC, California, Bleeding Through, has released details of their upcoming full length album. This being their 7th studio album, The Great Fire is set to be available January 31st 2012 via Rise Records. You can check out the artwork for the new album, as well as the tracklist below. Keep an […]

Tool Announces Two Tour Dates In January

Remember how we mentioned earlier last week that Tool were possibly setting up touring plans? Thanks to Ticketmaster, we now have two official dates confirmed from the group that puts this question to rest! Ticketmaster has put up a date on January 17 in Tucson, AZ as well as a January 18 in Albuquerque, NM. […]

Wolves At The Gate Announce Short US Tour

Solid State Records’ Wolves At The Gate have announced that they will be going on a short US Tour from late January until early February. This touring schedule will see direct support from their friends in Come Wind and the Orphan, the Poet. Please take a look at all of the dates by heading through […]

UTG PHOTOS: iPhonic (12/3/11)

Under The Gun Review recently sent staff photographer Kellie Gannon to see up and coming act iPhonic perform in Cleveland, Ohio. What follows is her review and pictorial of the event. Enjoy! Attending an iPhonic show is like going to that crazy high school party your parents forbade you from going to… the one that […]

MIXTAPE: 50 Cent – The Big Ten

After weeks of teasers (and a flood of leaks), 50 Cent has finally blessed the internet with his latest mixtape, The Big Ten. Actually featuring twelve tracks (because “bonus” tracks are necessary on an already free release), The Big Ten tops off a year 50 has spent reconquering the hip hop game. Each track we’ve […]

REVIEW: Robin Thicke – Love After War

Artist: Robin Thicke Album: Love After War Genre: R’n’b, soul Label: Star Trak, Geffen Records First things first, this album is far too long. Worse, it’s uninspired. It’s a nice, easygoing listen with plenty of wannabe seductive numbers but that’s just its problem – too content to rest on its laurels and regurgitate the same […]

REST IN PEACE: Dustin Hengst of Damone

Word is pouring in this morning that Damone drummer Dustin Hengst has passed away. Though no cause of death has been revealed, fans were made aware of earlier today when Damone vocalist Noelle Leblanc posted the following message on her Facebook: “Rest in peace, D-man. Your legacy lives on. Your works and talents put a […]

REVIEW: In The Midst Of Lions – Shadows

Artist: In The Midst Of Lions Album: Shadows Genre: Deathcore Label: Facedown Records Every genre has it’s group of overly pretentious fans, who always think that their opinion of music should go down as law in regards to what is good, and what is absolutely unacceptable. As I grew through different musical genres, I found […]