Archive for June 28th, 2013

Fest 12 Add A Bunch Of Bands To Lineup

A bunch of bands have been confirmed for the lineup on this year’s Fest, in Gainesville, Florida. Some of the bands include Daggerz, Fighting Fiction and Forever Came Calling. You can check out the official press release by taking a look below the jump. For a full list of all of the bands who will […]

RIP: More Amor (2008 – 2013)

I stumbled upon the sweet harmonies materialized by Tom Oakes and Kyle Lobeck at some point in 2009. I was no doubt searching through the vastness that is unsigned artists on when I landed on More Amor‘s page and fell in love. Songs like “Young Hollywood,” “Fold It Up,” and “Little Bit” on their self-titled record […]

STREAM: Search The City – “Light The Fire”

Search the City has returned. With their new singer, Travis Bobier from UTG favorites Shapes & Colors, the Detroit band has recorded a brand new full-length record and are gearing to release it upon the world. The album, dropping September 3, is called Flight. The single, “Light The Fire.” You can preorder the record here […]

The Charm The Fury Announce New Album & Release Date

The Charm The Fury are a five piece metalcore outfit hailing from Amsterdam, Netherlands. Today they officially announced the title and release date of their debut full length album. The album is titled A Shade Of My Former Self, and it’s set to hit stores September 17 in the US, and September 16 everywhere else. […]

Nick Santino (ex-ARTTM) Announces ‘Going Home’ EP

Former A Rocket To The Moon frontman Nick Santino is planning on releasing an EP, entitled Going Home, and will be available for purchase on July 30. The artwork for Going Home can be viewed in the feature image box to your left and the track-listing after the “Read More” link provided. If you were […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Nine Inch Nails – “Came Back Haunted”

Nine Inch Nails are back today with the seizure-inducing video for their single “Came Back Haunted,” directed by famed eccentric, David Lynch (Eraserhead, Mulholland Dr.). You can find the official track-listing for Hesitation Marks through the jump and pre-order by heading over to iTunes. Hesitation Marks is due out September 3 via Columbia Records. The […]

STREAM: O’Brother – “Context”

O’Brother released a stream of their new song “Context.” The group’s sophomore studio album, Disillusion, will release everywhere on August 20 via Triple Crown Records. Disillusion was produced by Mike Sapone (Brand New, Straylight Run). Bassist Anton Dang told Revolver, “This is the first song we wrote for the record. We were just messing around […]

deadmau5 Releases Two New Unannounced Tracks

Toronto native deadmau5 has dropped two unannounced tracks today called “Suckfest9001” and “You There?” and are currently streaming on Under The Gun Review! “Suckfest9001” has a classic mau5 build-up, with a steady bass line, while “You there?” provides us with a more party-centered vibe. There’s truly something for everyone if you enjoy the smooth sounds. […]

Kanye West To Release ‘Yeezus Part 2’?

It seems like Kanye West may be pulling a Justin Timberlake. In an interview with The Daily Beast, Rick Rubin discussed working with Kanye West on his new album, Yeezus, and the possibility of their being a follow-up album. “Initially, he thought there were going to be 16 songs on the album. But that first […]

Lauryn Hill Writes A Letter About Racism

Lauryn Hill has been making headlines recently more for her tax woes than her music, but this week she turned the attention to her views on racism. She wrote a long letter about the issue on Tumblr (who else thinks it’s funny she knows what Tumblr is?). One thing’s for sure, if Lauryn is looking […]

’50 Shades Of Grey’ Movie Gets Release Date

Just when you thought the hype surrounding 50 Shades Of Grey had begun to subside, the official movie adaptation has been given a release date (and it’s not that far away). According to a new press release sent out over the last day, Universal Pictures and Focus Features have set an August 1, 2014 release […]

LISTEN: Chelsea Wolfe – “The Warden”

Chelsea Wolfe and her drone-like folk have returned for our listening pleasure with the new song “The Warden” off her upcoming album, Pain Is Beauty. Stream the song below after the jump. “The Warden” is another goth-like folk track from the Sacramento, California singer, this time paired with what sounds like electronic drums and a lot of […]