Archive for February 16th, 2012

Pure Noise Records Release Teaser Video For Tour

Pure Noise Records have released a teaser video in support of the labels upcoming sponsored tour. The tour, including headliners The Story So Far, Handguns,and I Call Fives, along with support from The American Scene, Daybreaker, and Forever Came Calling, will be kicking off later this month. The label has put together a great video […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Memphis May Fire – The Unfaithful

Rise Records’ own Memphis May Fire have unveiled their most recent music video for “The Unfaithful” and can be seen here on UTG! The group’s new video is a single live performance, chopped up and made to look nice. Memphis May Fire bring a ton of energy and stage presence to every show so be […]

J. Cole Announces Campus Consciousness Tour

After having much success with his debut album, rapper J. Cole is prepared to head out on his Campus Consciousness Tour with direct support coming from Big K.R.I.T. The tour starts up on April 13 in Rhode Island and ends in New Hampshire on May 3. We will keep you updated if more dates are […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Hopes Die Last ft. Nekso – Keep Your Hands Off

Italian metalcore outfit Hopes Die Last have unleashed the music video for their electro-infused song “Keep Your Hands Off,” featuring Nekso. This song and video have so much going that it is hard to honestly understand where the performance aspect comes into play. This song comes off of the group’s latest effort, Trust No One, […]

MUSIC VIDEO: The Pretty Reckless – You

The Pretty Reckless have released the new music video for their song “You” and can be seen right here on UTG! This Taylor Momsen-led video shows the singer breaking down all her barriers and performing in a dark room, with only her guitar. It is simply done and grabs your attention with every verse. The […]

Good Riddance Are Reuniting

In an exclusive interview with Alternative Press, punk rockers Good Riddance revealed that they will be reuniting to play shows together! These will be their first shows in five years. No new music is to be expected but have not ruled it out completely. Check out a segment from the interview below and head through […]

MUSIC VIDEO: The Cool Kids – Rush Hour Traffic

The Cool Kids are back in the mix with their brand new music video for “Rush Hour Traffic,” that provides us with some awesome animated visuals. Between the car rides and the stages performances we cannot decide what part of the video catches our eye most. Check it out and enjoy by simply heading through […]

STREAM: Adestria ft. Scott Barnes (In Fear and Faith) – Scarlet Letter

San Diego hardcore act Adestria have unleashed a stream of their brand new song “Scarlet Letter” and it crushes everything. This song features In Fear And Faith frontman Scott Barnes and is off of the band’s forthcoming album, Chapters. Look out for an official release date of March 27 through Artery Recordings! Adestria’s album will […]

Get Fun.’s Aim and Ignite for Free on Noisetrade

Free (and legal) music resource, NoiseTrade, has put up yet another sweet deal in light of Fun.’s upcoming album Some Nights. Starting today, you can now download Fun.’s noteworthy debut album Aim & Ignite for FREE. Yes, for free. For those unfamiliar with Noisetrade, allow me to briefly explain. In it’s most simple form, Noisetrade is a free music […]

Evergreen Terrace Announce European Tour

It has been revealed that Evergreen Terrace will be touring around Europe in early June, with their friends Stick To Your Guns. Under The Gun has the official tour itinerary and can be seen by simply heading through the jump! Please comment with your thoughts and tell UTG if you plan on heading out to […]

Sex, Drugs, And Bubblegum Pop (Week 33)

Sex, Drugs, And Bubblegum Pop is the most outlandish column on UTG. Written by Mr. Jayce, vocalist for Secret Secret Dino Club and all-round funny guy, this column isn’t as much about the music as it is the experiences people in the music industry have. WARNING: This column does and will continue to contain content some readers […]

REVIEW: Punch Brothers – Who’s Feeling Young Now?

Artist: Punch Brothers Album: Who’s Feeling Young Now? Genre: Progressive/bluegrass/classical/acoustic Label: Nonesuch Records I remember writing a line in a review before in which I referred to my musical world of “rock meets metal meets Mozart.” Well, the latter third of that triumvirate is so, so incredibly pleased with this album and band. Yes, I’m […]