Archive for November 12th, 2012

Blink-182 Tease New Artwork

Earlier today, Blink-182 guitarist Tom Delonge took to the band’s Facebook to tease what appears to be the band’s new EP artwork. After confirming that the band would be releasing a new EP for the Christmas season, Tom has also announced pre-orders for the new EP will be made available within the next two days. […]

REVIEW: Motionless In White – Infamous

Artist: Motionless In White Album: Infamous Genre: Industrial Metalcore Label: Fearless Just over two years have passed since Motionless In White burst onto the national scene with their Fearless Records debut, Creatures. At the time, the Scranton, Pennsylvania metalcore act had already amassed a large following of dedicated fans from heavy touring in support of […]

RUMOR: Darth Vader Returns From Dead, Fans Die of Sadness

I absolutely hate that Star Wars got announced for new movies purely because there’s loads and loads of rumors flying around that probably have little to no substantiating evidence. Alas, UTG is a group of Star Wars nerds, and we are going to cover a lot of those rumors. But we promise to at least […]

Finch Adds Chicago And Philadelphia Shows

Finch has added a total of three California shows, one Europe show, and now has added a show in Chicago and a show in Philadelphia. I will continue to clamor for a full on tour, but this isn’t so bad, is it?  The band keeps hinting at doing more than just What It Is To […]

REVIEW: Travis Barker and Yelawolf – Psycho White

Artist: Travis Barker and Yelawolf Album: Psycho White Genre: Experimental/Rap/Rock There was a time within the last decade when artist collaborations were a rare thing saved for gigantic singles, but that time is quickly becoming a distant memory. These days, if you’re a recognizable face in mainstream music there is a 97%* chance at any […]

Young Statues Announces Cover EP

Philadelphia indie act Young Statues have announced that the band will be releasing a brand new EP, a 7-inch release titled Covers.  The band will be covering four different tracks on the new record, set to be released on December 4 via Run For Cover Records. The band have already released one of the new tracks, […]

AUDIOTREE TV: Seahaven Live Session

Audiotree TV released today a new live session with punk group Seahaven, and just like every other session that they’ve released, Audiotree delivers a fantastic video for you to watch. Playing songs spanning from all their releases, Seahaven puts on a great live set that is mesmerizing to watch. You can check out the session […]


I do not think it is a surprise to anyone that the new James Bond movie topped the charts this weekend. It has been met with stellar reviews and everyone everywhere wants to see more spy action from the iconic hero. Skyfall managed to displace the fantastic animated movie Wreck-It Ralph, which still made a ton of […]

P!NK Announces The Hives and City And Colour As Support For Spring 2013 Tour

We had to double-check the sources on this one, but it’s legit. Dallas Green’s City And Colour project is officially joining Top40 songstress P!NK on her 2013 North American tour as support alongside fellow openers The Hives. This could very well be the tour the breaks City And Colour into the mainstream and we could […]

Sigur Ros Announce 2013 Tour, To Play Coachella?

Sigur Ros makes some of the weirdest music out there, and as the weird music representative of UTG I have to say I love their entire body of work. They’ve now announced a North American tour for 2013. Prefix Mag thinks that gaps in their schedule in April indicates that they’re also going to play […]

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Chief Keef Unveils ‘Finally Rich’ Tracklist

Chief Keef is keeping the promotional train running at full blast for his upcoming debut album, Finally Rich. It was only a handful of hours ago that his video for “Kobe” dropped, and now we have new album details to share with everyone. Released by Keef himself, here is the official tracklist for Finally Rich: […]

What The Film!? – The Rock

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 […]