Archive for June 18th, 2013

MUSIC VIDEO: Dayshell – “Share With Me”

Dayshell have revealed the music video for their latest single, “Share With Me.” The song is expected to be released on the band’s upcoming album, which has yet to be given a title or release date. You can watch the video by taking a look below the jump. The band will be heading out on […]

SH!T BRICKS: First Trailer For ‘The Lego Movie’ Is Actually Pretty Cool

When word first broke that Lego would be taking their ever-successful colored bricks to the big screen, many, including UTG, shuddered with visions of the potential CGI horror that lie ahead. A short while ago the first poster and trailer found their way online, and I am happy to report The Lego Movie actually looks […]

Everyone Dies In Utah Part Ways With Vocalist/Bassist, Announce Replacement

Everyone Dies In Utah have parted ways with their vocalist/bassist Justin Yost. They’ve replaced him with Michael Crimlis, formerly of Us, From Outside. You can read the official statement from the band by taking a look below the jump. According so some tweets by Justin, he didn’t want to be in the band anymore and […]

Easy Killer Records Sign Darkhorse

Rochester rock outfit Darkhorse have announced their official signing to Easy Killer Records. Congratulations to the entire band on the great news! The band is planning to release their new album in August so be on the lookout for streams, tour dates, and more in the coming weeks. Go give them a listen now over […]

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SINGLE REVIEW: John Mayer – “Paper Doll”

Today, John Mayer did an odd thing. That is to say, John Mayer did something I didn’t expect from him with a few elements that made it strange. See, after years of TMZ interactions, a failed television program featuring Dave Chappelle, and several unforgettable interviews, it seemed to me that John Mayer was settling down. […]

MUSIC VIDEO: TWIABP – “Picture Of A Tree That Doesn’t Look Okay”

The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die have released a music video for the single, “Picture Of A Tree That Doesn’t Look Okay.” The song is taken from the band’s debut full length album, Whenever, If Ever, which was released today via Topshelf Records. You can watch the […]

The Devil Wears Prada Team Up With Meinl Cymbals To Give Away A Cymbal Prize Pack

The Devil Wears Prada have just announced that they are teaming up with Meinl Cymbals to give a lucky fan a free cymbal prize pack. All you have to do to win is email with your first and last name. The contest will end on July 7, and a randomly selected winner will be […]

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MUSIC VIDEO: The Postal Service – “A Tattered Line Of String”

The Postal Service have released a music video for the song, “A Tattered Line Of String.” The song is taken from the 10-year anniversary edition of Give Up. You can watch the video by taking a look below the jump. The band is currently on tour, and have a number of dates throughout the summer […]

Black Numbers Release Free Music Sampler

Black Numbers have released a free 11-track music sampler, which includes music from bands like Real Friends, Tiny Moving Parts, Diamond Youth, Banquets and more. Take a look below the jump to stream the entire sampler, and then you can head right here to download it for free. Real Friends are currently on the road […]

STREAM: Texas In July – “Time-Lapse”

With less than a month away from the street date for the deluxe edition re-release of their self-titled album, Texas In July have streamed “Time-Lapse” today. After their mini-tour with Reflections in July, the Pennsylvania metalcore outfit will be performing on the Kevin Says Stage of the Vans Warped Tour until the tour ends in […]

WATCH/STREAM: Glass Animals – “Exxus”

Last month, we brought you one of two A-sides from the upcoming Glass Animals 12″ single, which will be the first release on Wolf Tone, Paul Epworth’s new label. Now we have the other half, “Exxus,” and it’s just as arresting as “Black Mambo.” Accompanied by an incredibly eerie and very fitting colorful claymation video […]

UTG at AFI: 10 Films You Need to See at AFI Docs Film Festival

AFI Docs, the East Coast’s premiere documentary film festival starts tomorrow in Washington, DC, and here at UTG we’re excited to cover it and give you the scoop on what will be some of the best documentaries that 2013 has to offer. With a few world premieres and exclusive screenings, we’ve collected a list of […]