Archive for April 1st, 2012

MOVIE TRAILER: Ted (From The Creator Of “Family Guy”)

Mark Wahlberg is taking his first bow as a comedic lead in this Summer’s Ted. Written by (and co-starring) Seth MacFarlane, Ted follows a man and his stuffed animal best friend that happens to be alive. When Mark Wahlberg’s character was a child, he wanted his stuff animal Ted to come alive, and he did, […]

DJ Lethal and John Otto kicked out of Limp Bizkit

Limp Bizkit and House of Pain’s DJ Lethal confirmed via Twitter that he and Limp Bizkit drummer John Otto have been kicked out of the band. He says they were kicked out due to their “lifestyle, that includes partying and having fun“. This doesn’t come as a complete surprise as Limp Bizkit’s fifth album The […]

Goldfinger Announce North American Tour Dates

Legendary punk rockers Goldfinger have revealed that they will be heading out on a run twelve North American tour dates and UTG has the details. This tour, with Reel Big Fish and Suburban Legends, will start out in Toronto on June 16 and end in Charlotte on July 2 so be sure to get your […]

Oceano Are NOT Breaking Up, Announce Plans To Record

Following a week of gossip over whether or not their previously announced plans to disband were a hoax, Oceano have announced they are indeed here to stay. Never ones to let the blogs speak for them, Oceano went directly to their fans with an announcement regarding their future plans earlier today. In a post on […]

Young English Announce North American Tour

Panic Records rock outfit Young English have announced that they will be heading out on a North American tour, with Placeholder, in May and we have the details for you here. This tour starts on May 11 in Virginia and ends on May 26 in Pennsylvania so grab your tickets when they go on sale. […]

STREAM: Chris Brown – Oh Yeah

Chris Brown is letting his music speak for him this year and not his outrageous actions in the media. He recently dropped the new Drumma Boy-produced track “Oh Yeah” and can be streamed right here through the jump. This soulful song shows of the best of what Brown has to offer and that he is […]

Handguns Perform New Song “Fade Away, Fall Apart”

Pure Noise Records’ own Handguns have released footage performing a new song called “Fade Away, Fall Apart” and can be viewed right here on Under The Gun! No word on where this song will end up but we will keep you updated as the information is released. Please enjoy by simply clicking past the jump […]

UTG LIST: 5 Essential “Starvation” Tracks

It seems like we spent the first three months of the year hyping Ace Hood’s latest mixtape, but it all paid off earlier this week when Starvation finally hit the net. Now, after dozens of listens, we have some thoughts to share. Hiphop is crazy right now. The affordability of acceptable recording equipment is lower […]

UTG TV: Whitechapel (Live In Grand Rapids)

UTG TV is back a final set of video captured during the Grand Rapids stop of The Recorruptor Tour. We brought you The Plot In You, the Miss May I, and now we could not be more excited to present eight HD clips of Whitechapel’s headlining set. Including performances of “The Darkest Day Of Man” […]

STREAM: Chris Brown – See Through

Chris Brown is blending his pop and hiphop sensibilities on his latest and UTG has the stream. Produced by Drumma Boy, “See Through” is the kind of soaring pop song that would kill on radio and be perfectly remixed for the club. As is, it’s a late night drive through your favorite city kind of […]

SCENE & HEARD: “The Hunger Games”

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 has on movies […]

REVIEW: The All-American Rejects – Kids in the Street

Artist: The All-American Rejects Album: Kids in the Street Genre: Rock Label: Interscope, DGC Tyson Ritter commented during an interview that this album sounds like The All-American rejects “finally got their shit together and wrote a record that was going to keep them around.” With respect, I disagree, because this album is a mess. Far […]