Archive for October 11th, 2012

LYRIC VIDEO: Anarbor – “Damage I’ve Done”

Anarbor have released the lyric video for their new song “Damage I’ve Done”. The song is also available on iTunes via Hopeless Records. Purchase “Damage I’ve Done” here. Anarbor is currently preparing to head out on The Indigo Tour in December with Never Shout Never, William Beckett and Me Like Bees. Tour dates can be […]

Coheed and Cambria

WATCH LIVE: Coheed and Cambria at Webster Hall

Now that you’ve read our review for Coheed and Cambria’s latest album The Afterman: Ascension, you can now watch the band perform some of those new songs right from your home! Tune into their livestream right now to experience Coheed and Cambria in concert as best as you can via a backlit screen. Join in with the […]

ALBUM PREVIEW: The HAARP Machine – Disclosure

Looking for a new metal band to add to your playlist? That might just be The HAARP Machine. They are set to release their debut album with Sumerian Records on October 16 (US), October 15 (UK/EU) and October 19 (AU/NZ). The album is titled Disclosure, and you can listen to short previews of every track […]

Crown The Empire Studio Update

Studio updates. What more could you ask for to get fans excited for an upcoming release short of actually releasing new songs? Well, Crown The Empire have released a short update on their recording process for their upcoming debut album with Rise Records. While you don’t get to hear a whole lot of new music, […]

Victory Records Welcomes Fall City Fall

Victory Records is still alive and attempting to “run the streets” of Chicago with the signing of their latest band, Fall City Fall. Hailing from Canada, these guys feel like a youthful take on ETID, without the part that makes me feel like I need to listen to it again right away. I’m sure there […]

MIXTAPE: Iggy Azalea – Trap Gold

As promised, Iggy Azalea dropped her brand new mixtape, Trap Gold, on the blogosphere earlier today. We’re still not completely sold on her presence in the current music scene, but we’re hoping this release will quickly squash those concerns. The record contains eleven brand new tracks, with Juicy J landing the only feature. Click here […]

Cops Find Heroin, Loaded Guns, and Ten Pounds Of Marijuana On Nelly’s Bus; Rapper Escapes Arrest

Damn Nelly, you’ve really started some shit this time. While touring through Texas last night, Nelly and his crew were detained while cops searched the Country Grammar star’s bus. During their operation, law enforcement officials recovered a thirty-six baggies of heroin, as well as a loaded gun and what is being reported as over ten […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Jon Connor Ft Mickey Wallace – “Dubby”

Michigan’s Jon Connor is one of the most respected emcees still working his way through to the mainstream. If we at UTG had any sway with execs, we’d sign him today without a second of hesitation. However, that is not the case, so another post about how great his music is will have to suffice. […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Tiger! Tiger! – “I Salsa Your Face”

Up and coming Michigan indie rock outfit Tiger! Tiger! have partnered with our friends at PropertyOfZack to release the video for their latest single, “I Salsa Your Face.” The clip premiered just a short while ago and can now be found after the jump. I would attempt to describe the video to you, but it’s […]

REVIEW: Ellie Goulding – Halcyon

Artist: Ellie Goulding Album: Halcyon Genre: Pop/Indie Label: Polydor Halcyon is a bit of a conundrum. The second album by English artist Ellie Goulding, it is a graceless ode, though heaven knows it does try. Perchance it’s a bit misguided, or even something of a try-hard as the individual elements of these songs are precious […]

Anberlin Stream ‘Vital’ In Its Entirety

Anberlin are giving their fan base a special treat by streaming their upcoming album, Vital, right now on KROQ! Click over here to take Vital for your first spins before it hits stores on October 16 through Universal Republic Records. If you are looking to check out Anberlin on tour please click through to view […]

DAMMIT: John Landis Says Fox Wants “Chronicle 2” To Be “Chronicle” All Over Again

Between yesterday’s news of Taken 3 moving forward and this, I think it’s safe to say whoever is making decisions at Fox is sitting atop the UTG shitlist. John Landis’ son, Max Landis, became a must-know name earlier this year when his found footage superhero film, Chronicle, made a big splash with February moviegoers. The […]