Archive for August 27th, 2012

HOLY SH*T: The Final Trailer For Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master”

I feel like I have been longing to see Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest potential epic, The Master for years. The marketing has been quiet, but each frame allowed to escape until this point has been nothing short of fascinating, and tonight it finally comes to a head. Just under a month from its official wide […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Mayer Hawthorne – No Strings

Few artists set a night off right like Mayer Hawthorne, and his latest video is no exception. All Hawthorne wants is a night of romance and passion without all the hassle of a relationship, is that really so much to ask? “No Strings” hopes to find out. There are countless songs tackling the concept of […]

STREAM: Bob Dylan – Duquesne Whistle

The one and only Bob Dylan is still going strong after all these years, and earlier today fans got their first taste of the legendary songwriter’s latest effort. Premiering on NPR before spreading around the globe through blogs/stream/videos, “Duquesne Whistle” finds Bob back in full effect. This one sounds timeless, and it’s hard to believe […]


A$AP Rocky Delays Album

A$AP Mob’s debut album is set to arrive in only a few short hours, but sadly Rocky’s debut will have to wait a little while longer. Speaking with Wild 94.9 in a recent interview, Rocky announced his long-awaited label debut, LongLiveA$AP will not be released on September 11, and will instead see the light of […]

REVIEW: Minus The Bear – Infinity Overhead

Artist: Minus the Bear Album: Infinity Overhead Genre: Indie Label: Dangerbird Records/Big Scary Monsters (UK) Minus the Bear are a unique entity in their field – and not just because of the amusing song titles that populate their back catalogue (see “Lemurs, Man, Lemurs,” a personal favourite). The band is often described as indie, and […]

What The Film!? – Troll 3: Contamination .7

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 […]

Heart To Heart Stream New Song

California pop punk band Heart To Heart have released a brand new song off the band’s upcoming record. The new track, titled “Thanks For Nothing”, appears on the band’s self-titled debut full length due out on October 9 via Anchor Eighty Four Records. It is expected that the band will hit the road for a […]

Becoming The Archetype Premiere “The Eyes Of The Storm”

Becoming The Archetype are continuing their triumphant march to the release of I Am today with the premiere of another blistering new track. Premiering first on their Facebook, “The Eyes Of The Storm” keeps the intensity found on “The Time Bender” going strong with swirling guitars and thundering drums. Any doubts this would be BTA’s […]

MUSIC VIDEO: I Killed The Prom Queen – Memento Vivere

Australian metalcore act I Killed The Prom Queen have released their official music video for “Memento Vivere.” This is the space where we describe the intensity of I Killed The Prom Queen’s signature sound and comment about the sizzling visuals effects, but let’s keep it simple: This is a balls-to-the-wall jam set to a collection […]

STREAM: Hostage Calm – “Brokenheartland”

Your classiest punk rockers Hostage Calm released a new song today titled “Brokeheartland,” and it’s a really fun one. Hostage Calm’s new record Please Remain Calm is one of UTG’s most anticipated of the end of the year, and this song does nothing but get us more excited for a new release from such a […]

O’Brother Announce New EP

Atlanta alternative rock quintet, O’Brother, have announced that they will be releasing a new EP on September 18. The EP, Basement Window, will feature five songs from their debut full-length, Garden Window, which dropped last year via Triple Crown and Favorite Gentlemen Records. Check out the artwork and track listing for Basement Window EP after […]

Empires Fade Part Ways With Vocalist

The Manchester metal outfit known as Empires Fade have officially announced today that they have parted ways with their vocalist Callum. From what it sounds like they’ve been on the lookout for a new vocalist for some time now due to Callum being unable to tour with the band these last few months. According to […]