Archive for July 30th, 2012

MUSIC VIDEO: Matchbox Twenty – “She’s So Mean”

Alternative Rock outfit, and former radio kings, Matchbox Twenty, have released their music video for their  new single, “She’s So Mean”; their first new song in almost five years. The track comes off of Matchbox Twenty’s forthcoming fourth record, North, which is due out on September 4 via Atlantic Records. You can check out the music […]


Oh, Glass Casket! How we miss thee! It’s been over half a decade since the last release from the deathcore collective and I, along with many fans, eagerly await the day Glass Casket members can take enough time from their respective projects to complete a new album and give us the goods we’ve been waiting […]

Good Old War to Appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Your (and my) favorite indie folk trio Good Old War have announced that they will be making an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on August 14! More than likely, the band will be playing a track from Come Back As Rain, their third full-length that was released in March of this year. “Loud Love” is […]

STREAM: Animal Collective – “Today’s Supernatural”

The experimental rockers, Animal Collective, have released the very first single off their upcoming album Centipede Hz, which is currently sent to be released September 4 via Domino Records. The track is titled “Today’s Supernatural”, and you can take a listen to the song after the jump. If you like a little bit more of […]

Matt & Kim Announce Fall Tour

Pop-duo Matt & Kim announced their Fall tour today, and it’s pretty expansive. The group is hitting basically everywhere in the United States, and that’s a real treat. For people who haven’t seen Matt & Kim live, they are arguably one of the most fun live bands out there right now. You can expect a […]

FULL ALBUM STREAM: Anchor & Braille – The Quiet Life

Along with Anchor & Braille’s release of their music video for the song “Find Me”, they have partnered with AOL Music to stream their entire album, The Quiet Life. This album is currently set to be released tomorrow, July 31 via Tooth & Nail Records. You can head right here to take a listen to […]

EDITORIAL: “The Watch: How Marketing Doomed The Sci-Fi Comedy’s Chances at the Box Office”

As predicted, The Dark Knight Rises continued to hold audiences in its grip this weekend, easily defeating a duo of new releases including The Watch and Step Up Revolution. Although both debuts opened to unimpressive numbers, The Watch was the biggest loser of the two. The star-studded sci-fi comedy, which finds a group of suburban […]

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MUSIC VIDEO: John Mayer – “Queen of California”

The music video for John Mayer‘s “Queen of California” is finally here. The leading single from Mayer’s Born and Raised was just released this morning, and it seems to borrow quite heavily from Matt Costa’s music video for “Cigaretta Eyes.” Like Costa’s, Mayer’s video seems to be shot in one continuous take (with a few computerized […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Anchor & Braille – “Find Me”

On the eve of the release of Anchor & Braille’s latest musical effort, The Quiet Life, the band release a music video for the song “Find Me”. You can take a look at the music video below the jump. If you have never heard of Anchor & Braille before, I highly recommend checking them out. […]


Holy box office numbers, Batman! The Dark Knight Rises reels in the most money for the second weekend in a row! Nolan’s final Batman film made more than the rest of the top five weekend movies combined. The Watch and Step Up Revolution ranked third and fourth respectively, being beat out by the kids movie with the prehistoric mammals. You can […]

Circa Survive Premiere New Song

Pennsylvania rockers Circa Survive have released a brand new song off their upcoming album titled “Sharp Practice”. The band’s new record, Violent Waves, is due out on August 28 on Atlantic  Records. Circa Survive will be hitting the road this fall alongside Balance And Composure, Touche Amore, and O’Brother for a full US tour. Give […]

What The Film!? – Queen Of The Damned

What The Film?! is a weekly column exclusive to Under The Gun Review that brings to light the plot holes Hollywood hoped you’d never notice. Written by comedy writer Dane Sager, this column shows no mercy to films that try and pull the proverbial wool over our eyes. If you know a film with major plot […]