Archive for April 18th, 2013

Jimmie Deeghan

STREAM: Jimmie Deeghan – “Cigarette”

Jimmie Deeghan, former vocalist of Every Avenue, has premiered his new song entitled “Cigarette” exclusively on The song is off of Deeghan’s forthcoming EP, Cheap Therapy, which is set to release on April 30. PureVolume is saying “Cigarette” can be described as the “white flag to Cheap Therapy— and as a one-finger salute to a […]

One Last Breath Part Ways With Drummer, Looking For Replacement

The metalcore outfit known as One Last Breath have announced today that their drummer has decided to part ways with the band. They did not go into specifics, but they did indicate there is no bad blood between the members and they wish him luck on his endeavors. They also announced that they will be […]

EXCLUSIVE: Skinny Lister Tour Blog #2

Skinny Lister first made a stateside splash appearing on the entirety of the Vans Warped Tour 2012, with performances on nearly every stage the traveling festival has to offer. From there they set off on a series of US and European tours alongside some of the biggest names in the pub-friendly folk punk world, signed […]

Original Score For The Gaslight Anthem’s Short Film Released

The original score for the short film that The Gaslight Anthem unveiled in February, Every Word Handwritten, has been released on iTunes. The fifteen minute film was co-written and produced by drummer Benny Horowitz and directed by Kevin Slack. “It wasn’t some gigantic Radiohead conceptual-brainchild thing,” the Gaslight Anthem drummer Benny Horowitz told Rolling Stone. Every Word Handwritten […]

DAMMIT: Universal Moving Forward With ‘Weird Science’ Remake

It has been said for years that the golden age of 80’s teen films, namely those created by John Hughes, would not make it out of the era of remakes without incident. Today we learn that saying is indeed true, and something tells me this is only the beginning. Today Universal confirmed that they are […]

The Story Changes

STREAM: The Story Changes – “State Lines”

The Story Changes have premiered their lead single off of their forthcoming album, Static And Trembling, over on AbsolutePunk today. Sure, songs about tour from a midwest pop-punk band have become nothing but a cliché at this point in time, but “State Lines” proves that the band is capable of doing more than what’s been heard […]

STREAM: Lemuria – “Brilliant Dancer”

Bridge Nine Records’ New York based punk group Lemuria released a new song today titled “Brilliant Dancer.” The song starts off soft, but then builds into a loud, frankly awesome sound that gets us at the UTG offices really excited. “Beautiful Dancer” is featured on their upcoming LP The Distance is So Big, which is […]

Fall Out Boy Release “Young Volcanoes” Video

…And the story continues… When Fall Out Boy released the video for “The Phoenix” earlier this month, fans generally came away feeling both entertained and slightly perplexed. While the high-gloss clip accompanied the song wonderfully and told a story that did a fine job of holding our attention, it was a tale told without end. […]

Comedian Doug Benson Stars In 5-Second Movie

Before Twitter introduced its micro-video service, Vine, one entertainment website was already hard at work creating tiny videos for the world to enjoy. Today that same website highlighted one of our favorite comedians, so we’re returning the favor in hopes there will be more to come. 5SecondFilms, which as you can probably guess, solely releases […]

REVIEW: The Summer Set – Legendary

Artist: The Summer Set Album: Legendary Genre: Pop/rock Label: Fearless Records Legendary has been timed perfectly. Arriving just on the cusp of summer, this is a bright and shining example of infectious pop. It’s clear, it’s hearty, it’s upbeat, and it’s utterly shameless in its pursuit of feelgood anthems. There’s more colour packed into this […]

REVIEW: Closer To Closure – ‘Rebirth’

ARTIST: Closer To Closure ALBUM: Rebirth GENRE: Hardcore LABEL: Oxide Entertainment Sometimes I will be listening to an album when I pause and wonder to myself, “Why am I listening to this? Why do I like this kind of music?” Why indeed. I’d like to think it’s the passion – there’s the passion of the […]

First ‘RIPD’ Trailer Feels A Lot Like ‘Men In Black’

The long-gestating film adaptation of RIPD is due in theaters this Summer and today fans hungry for undead comic book action can enjoy the film’s first trailer. Debuting late on Wednesday evening, the first full trailer preview for RIPD makes the film seem like a twist on the setup for Men In Black, with Ryan […]