Archive for February 13th, 2013

Oceans Red Release ‘Metal’ “Harlem Shake” Video

Oceans Red (ex-Make Me Famous) have jumped on the “Harlem Shake” band wagon and released their own version of the incredibly popular YouTube meme. They have dubbed it the “metal” version. If you are interested in checking out what that means you can watch the short video clip by taking a look below the jump. […]

Fit For A King Stream New Song

The hardcore outfit known as Fit For A King have partnered up with Noisecreep to stream another new single from their upcoming full length album Creation/Destruction. It’s currently set to be released March 12 via Solid State Records. The new single is titled “Hollow King (Sound Of The End)”, and you can stream it right […]

STREAM: The Strokes – “All The Time”

In wake of the highly anticipated new full-length album, Comedown Machine, The Strokes have released their new single, “All The Time.” While the fourth studio album by The Strokes, Angles, was released just a few years ago, the news of their new album Comedown Machine two-weeks to the day comes as a pleasant surprise. The Strokes first released album […]

REVIEW: Sugar Glyder – The Eyes: They See

Band: Sugar Glyder Album: The Eyes: They See Genre: Indie/Pop/Rock Label: ORG Music Charlotte, N.C. is lucky to have a band like Sugar Glyder to spread good vibes and great music throughout their fair city and beyond. The group delivers crisp, clear pop rock with a touch of that indie finesse that drives Brooklyn hipsters […]


This is one of my most anticipated films of the year. Remaking the criminally underrated 80’s slasher film of the same name, Maniac tells the story of a serial killer who has an affinity for scalping his victims. Today, we would love to share with you a brand new trailer for the film. Who is […]

Late In The Playoffs and July Announce March Tour Dates

Our Chicago friends, Late in The Playoffs are heading to the Great White North this March with July (the band). There will be nine shows. Six of which taking place throughout Ontario and, two in Michigan, and one last tour party in Chicago. The dates can be found on the poster below. If any of our […]


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 […]

Oh, Manhattan Announce Return; New EP Already In The Works

Previously extinct Atlanta metalcore outfit Oh, Manhattan has now returned to the land of the living, and it looks as if the band has some plans in store for the group’s old (and new) fans. For those who didn’t know, the group was previously fronted temporarily by Woe, Is Me‘s Hance Alligood in his early […]

WATCH: Matt And Kim Do The “Harlem Shake” At RPI Field house

The internet has been increasingly obsessed with Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” for about two weeks now, and at this point it takes a lot to surprise us when one of these clips roll through our inbox. That said, a UTG user submitted following clip of Matt and Kim bringing a packed RPI Field house into the mix, […]

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Dr. Dre’s Beats Electronic Is Bringing Suit Against Yamaha For Infringing Headphone Design reports that Dr. Dre is suing electronics company Yamaha for alleged infringement on the producer’s now-iconic Beats By Dre headphones. Legal representatives of the rapper-cum-businessman are seeking at least $75,000 in damages for Trade Dress Infringement, Unfair Competition and Patent Infringement. The lawsuit argues that Yamaha’s PRO line of headphones heavily borrows design elements […]

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Kevin Devine Details Progress On Kickstarter-Funded Solo And Full Band Albums

Singer-songwriter Kevin Devine took to Facebook to update fans on his progress and plans for his upcoming solo and full band projects. Devine notably secured the money for a solo effort, a full band release as Kevin Devine and The Goddamn Band, and supporting tours for both albums through a wildly successful (and still ongoing) […]

THE SHORT CUT: An Interview With Director Matt Kazman

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 […]