Archive for September 4th, 2012

The Cab Are Already In The Studio

We recently reported that The Cab has signed to Universal Republic Records.  Alexander DeLeon has taken to his twitter to let us know that the band is currently in the studio writing the follow up to the self-released Symphony Soldier. in the studio working on the new @thecab album. — Alexander DeLeon (@alexanderdeleon) September 4, […]

NEW MUSIC: Breather – “I, Alone”

I recently stumbled upon Breather. They are a six piece post hardcore outfit hailing from Los Angeles, California. They don’t have a lot of songs out yet, but today they released a brand new song titled “I, Breather”, and it’s a good one. The first thing you may notice is that the lead vocalist sounds […]

Patent Pending Post Music Video Montage

Patent Pending have posted a video montage for “How I Spent My Summer Vacation,” which you can check out after the jump. You can pick up the band’s latest album Second Family, here. The video features the track “We’re Freakin’ Out (Map To Tahiti)” which can be found on said album.

Anberlin Release Album Artwork For Vital

The alternative rockers, Anberlin, will be releasing their next full length studio album Vital on October 16 via Universal Republic Records. Today, they have released the artwork for the album. You can take a look at the artwork by checking below the jump. If haven’t heard their fist single yet, then you can check it […]

MOVIE TRAILER: Grave Encounters 2

Our blogging friends over at ShockTilYaDrop got the exclusive on this, but we’re bringing the video to UTG in an attempt to make your lives easier. Grave Encounters was one of the most discussed indie found footage films in 2011. The flick had a small theatrical run, but it’s the 20million+ views for the trailer […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Title Fight – Secret Society

Title Fight have released a music video for a brand new song titled “Secret Society” off the band’s sophomore album Floral Green, due out on September 18 via SideOneDummy Records. Similar to all of the band’s previously released videos, the visuals are low-budget with a raw, DIY feel. The video follows a love struck young […]

UTG PHOTOS: Pomegranates & Kitten (8/3/12)

Under The Gun’s photographer, Tori Thomas attended the Pomegranates & Kitten show at Musica in Akron on August 3. I’ve never seen either band that performed at this show, but I’ve listened to Kitten for a little over a year. Seeing them live really set in how much I like their music. They put on […]

The First Trailer For “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” Has Arrived

January is typically a dumping grounds for films studios feel are “risky” or downright bad. A few gems have surfaced over the years, such as the inexplicable success of Paul Blart, but as a whole this month is more or less a wasteland for films that would never stand a chance if release during peak movie-going […]

Basement Premiere New Song

The UK emo punk band Basement have released a brand new song titled “Spoiled” off the band’s upcoming album Colourmeinkindness. The new track premiered on the popular BBC Radio show The Rock Show With Daniel P. Carter as this weeks featured song. Following the release of the band’s album, Basement will be going on indefinite hiatus […]

New Found Glory Release Full “Sticks And Stones” Tour Routing

We brought you a sampling of dates earlier, and now we are able to unveil the full routing for New Found Glory’s next tour. It is hard to believe Sticks And Stones has been out for a decade, but it’s true, and this winter fans across the country will celebrate the occasion with NFG, The Story […]

REVIEW: Again For The Win – We’ve Been Here Forever

Artist: Again for the Win Album: We’ve Been Here Forever Genre: Alternative rock Label: Deep Elm Records Again for the Win are a curious thing, and We’ve Been Here Forever is a curious album. A good one, mind, but one that’s difficult to define and discuss. It’s very odd and mysterious and often quite bleak, […]

EDITORIAL: “The Oogieloves: A Box Office Disaster for the Ages”

Labor Day weekend is usually one of the sleepiest box office periods of the year and 2012 was no exception. The weekend’s top performer, low-budget Lionsgate horror-pic The Possession, grossed an acceptable $17.7 million with Shia LaBeouf’s gangster adaptation Lawless coming in second with $9.6 million. The low-key nature of the last unofficial weekend of […]