Archive for September 17th, 2012

Never Shout Never Release Album Artwork, Release Date

Never Shout Never have released the album artwork and release date for their upcoming album Indigo. The album will be released November 13 via Loveway Records. You can check out the artwork by looking below the jump. Is this an album that you are looking forward to this year? Leave a comment and let us […]

Lionsgate/Miramax to Release Tarantino XX: 8-Film Collection on Blu-ray

Famed director Quentin Tarantino recently teamed up with Miramax and Lionsgate to release a collection of films (chosen by Tarantino himself) to celebrate the first 20 years of his career in directing, screen-writing, producing, etc. The films to be included are: Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, True Romance, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Kill Bill […]

EP STREAM: Lowtalker – The Marathon

Our good friends at AbsolutePunk have a brand new stream of Lowtalker’s newest EP The Marathon, and it’s a really solid listen. Lowtalker is one of the most recent acquisitions by No Sleep Records, and they are definitely for fans of Make Do and Mend and Living With Lions. You can pre-order the EP here […]


WATCH: Bonaventure – “Feel” feat. Jason Reeves (Live Acoustic)

Nashville alt-rock duo, Bonaventure premiered their new live acoustic music video today for “Feel” on their Facebook page. The video, featuring Jason Reeves, simply shows the group sitting under a willow tree in a park spilling their guts. The song is available as a free download on Noisetrade along with their other live acoustic track, […]

Ex Friends Debuts New Song

Ex Friends (featuring Joel Tannenbaum of Plow United) is streaming a new song called “So Many Kisses” on today. Last week, they streamed a song called “Ex Friends” on The band has launched preorders for their 7″, No Wonder We Prefer the Dark, on the Paper + Plastick webstore last week as well. […]

THE SHORT CUT: An Interview with Director Colin Levy

The Short Cut is a new column on Under The Gun that showcases the careers of short film directors. Shorts are often overlooked when it comes to the entire spectrum of film, and by including interviews with the directors themselves and information about their creative efforts, this column will highlight the work of some of […]

Stephen Christian (Anchor & Braille) Interview With Artist Direct

Vocalist Stephen Christian (Anchor & Braille, Anberlin) recently sat down with Artist Direct to talk about the most recent release his band, Anchor & Braille, made. The album is titled The Quiet Life, and you can read the full interview by heading right here. If you have not listened to The Quiet Life yet, then […]

The Samuel Jackson Five Begin Working on Next Album

Norway’s (awesomely named) instrumental post-rock outfit, The Samuel Jackson Five have announced that they’ve begun working on their fifth album to follow up this year’s self-titled release. They will begin tracking drums, bass and some guitars in the coming six weeks. According to the band’s Facebook post, some of the things we can maybe expect […]

Bayside Joins Instagram, Posts Something That Makes That Newsworthy

Yea, Instagram is cool. Once you filter out all of the food porn, clouds, half-nude self-shots, and the filters themselves, there are some interesting things to be found. Bands have been slowly making their way onto the newish photo network to reach their trend-hopping friends, one of those being Bayside. They joined up today. Their first […]

Roadrunner Signs Heartist, Premieres “Disconnected” Lyric Video

Roadrunner Records may have just won the award for signing the worst band name in 2012. Heartist, who seems to have only been a legitimate band since early 2012, have joined the legendary rock label’s roster with plans to release their debut EP later this Fall. Their sound is a concoction of the progressive heavy […]

What The Film?! – Judge Dredd

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 […]

BOX OFFICE RESULTS: September 14-16

Zombies > Cartoon Fish The box office numbers are finally getting back to where they should be and a leather adorned woman killing zombies led the way. Resident Evil: Retribution took the top spot at the box office this weekend, making even more than Finding Nemo 3D. The Disney/Pixar movie did well and came in second place. […]