Archive for December 19th, 2012


The release date bringing back San Diego’s Channel 4 News Team in Anchorman: The Legend Continues has been set for December 20, 2013. Will Ferrell will be returning to his role as Ron Burgundy along with Steve Carrell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner after the eight years since the original Anchorman delighted us all in 2004. According to […]

Coheed and Cambria

VIDEO: Coheed and Cambria – “Goodnight, Fair Lady (acoustic)”

Coheed and Cambria have had quite the year in 2012, far better than the year preceding it. I expect their good days are not short in number either, with part two of their double LP The Afterman: Descension just around the corner. Just the other day, the band announced a pre-order for a limited edition double […]

VIDEO: The Goodnight – “I Will Wait (Mumford & Sons cover)”

The Goodnight, formerly known as Goodnight Sunrise, recently put out a new record called Keep Control. Using a blend of ambient guitars and some soaring pop rock vocals, The Goodnight have shown that they’ve grown and learned a lot in the past few years. In support, the band recorded a cover of Mumford & Sons‘ big […]

UTG EXCLUSIVE STREAM: Grandview – ‘Absolutely Nothing”

In an effort to introduce our readers to more new music, we’re very excited to bring you an exclusive stream of the up and coming band Grandview’s new EP Absolutely Nothing. Hailing from Burlington, MA the four-piece punk act recently announced signing with Meadowbrook Records and are set to release their debut EP on December […]

FOR THE LOVE OF FILM: The 5 Best Worst Films Of 2012

For The Love Of Film is a weekly column from film nerd and lover of all movies Justin Proper. Sometimes you need some help to figure out how to enjoy movies, and we are here to help! No longer will you need to fear movie night because your friends have no taste in film. With this […]

Royal Thunder

25 Days Of Metal 2012: #7 Royal Thunder – CVI

Rather than counting down the days until we can celebrate Christmas, this year we’re bringing you a series of metal posts will be celebrating the countdown until we don’t have to be inundated with Christmas music and decorations everywhere. To coincide with this countdown we’ll be posting our top 25 metal (and metal-ish) albums of […]

WATCH: Terrible Things Perform Three Songs For Nervous Energies

While in West Chester, Pennsylvania to shoot some press photos for Terrible Things, Ryan Russell of Nervous Energies and the band decided to mic up their practice space and film three sessions. The band performed “Last Look” and “Innocent” from their new EP, Pre-Transmission, as well “Lullaby” from their self-titled 2010 release. Pre-Transmission was released on […]

Lostprophets Frontman Ian Watkins Denied Bail Over Sexual Offense Charges; Description Of Charges Made Public

This story is far from over, and it looks like things are only going to get worse. Earlier today UTG brought you news that Lostprophets frontman Ian Watkins had been “charged with conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with female under 13 and possession of indecent images,” and now we’ve learned the vocalist has been […]

REVIEW: Sail To North – Pictures From Youth

Artist: Sail To North Album: Pictures From Youth Label: Unsigned Genre: Pop Punk / Hardcore Originally, I was a little hesitant to listen to a French pop punk band. I mean, nothing against the country at all, it’s just that bands like Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! sort of give people a bad misconception of what […]


STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Miguel – “On These Wings” And “Bawdy”

That’s right, we’ve got a double shot of Miguel for you today. The ascendant R&B (or PBR&B or alt R&B or hipster R&B or whatever you want to call it) star has been on a roll since the release of Kaleidoscope Dream back in September. In addition to the heaps of critical acclaim that have been […]

REVIEW: Chief Keef – Finally Rich

Artist: Chief Keef Album: Finally Rich Genre: Hip Hop/Rap It is safe to say many people in music had relatively big 2012s, but few artists ascended to the spotlight like Chief Keef. It’s unclear whether or not anyone could have guessed his breakout single, the unstoppable “I Don’t Like,” would take hold of urban music […]

Attack! Attack! Recruit Phil Druyor of I Am Abomination, Druyor Releases Statement

After already reporting on Caleb Shomo’s departure from Attack! Attack! and reemerging under the alias Beartooth, it seems Attack! Attack! have recruited Phil Druyor of I Am Abomination to fill Shomo’s shoes as the band’s new vocalist. Druyor has released a statement about Attack! Attack!, the becomings of I Am Abomination as well as new songs. […]