Archive for July 10th, 2013

UTG TV: A Conversation with Kill Lincoln

Hello, everyone! We are happy to introduce to you a new series on UTG TV called A Conversation with…, where we sit down and get to know new artists, as well as some of your old favorites. On our pilot episode, we sit back and talk to Washington, DC based ska-punk band, Kill Lincoln. We […]

STREAM: Pelican – “Immutable Dusk”

The post-metal outfit Pelican announced earlier today that their fifth studio album, Forever Becoming, will hit stores October 15 via Southern Lord Records. The group, which has for the most part kept out of the limelight since their most recent European tour in mid-2012, additionally released a number of Fall tour dates with King’s Destroy […]

The Dangerous Summer’s Vocalist “Calls Out” Fake Aspects Of The Music Industry

If you have something you want to rant about, then Twitter is where you do it. If something or someone is bothering you and you need to get something off your chest, then that’s where you go. We’ve all seen rants that don’t make any sense, rants directed at other people or just ranting for […]

Morrissey Postpones More Tour Dates Due To Illness

Not too long ago Morrissey had to cancel a tour because he was recovering from a bleeding ulcer, and now it seems history is repeating itself as he is now canceling his second tour in the last few months due to an illness. This time around he has suffered from severe food poisoning, and announced […]

MUSIC VIDEO: The Used – “Iddy Biddy”

The Used released the music video for their new song “Iddy Biddy” yesterday. Made up of a ton of random cut scenes with a bit of political propaganda mixed in, it’s a gritty-yet-fun video, much like the song, that fits the band’s signature style. “Iddy Biddy” is off of the band’s new EP, The Ocean of the Sky, […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Flo Rida Ft. Future – “Tell Me When You Ready”

Flo Rida brings out Future in the visuals for his brand new single “Tell Me When You Ready.” No word yet where this song will end up but it looks like Flo has something up his sleeve. This Gil Green-directed clip heads out to Las Vegas for fun and excitement, with girls and endless amounts […]

STREAM: Misery Signals – “Lost Relics”

Misery Signals released a stream of another punishing track called “Lost Relics.” The group plan on releasing their new album, Absent Light, on July 23 and can be pre-ordered here. Misery Signals will begin their North American run on July 9 and the entire listing of tour dates can be found on MS’ other new […]

I Can See Mountains Address Vinyl Issue With Panic Records

I Can See Mountains exclusively spoke with our brothers over at Property Of Zack about the fact that their vinyl pre-orders of Life On A Houseboat are completely missing. Panic Records have failed to communicate why they are gone. Check out the official statement from ICSM below and read UTG’s review of Life On A […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Candy Hearts – “Miles and Interstates”

Indie rock outfit Candy Hearts have put out their visuals for the song “Miles and Interstates” and can be viewed here on UTG! This song comes off of the group’s latest effort, The Best Ways to Disappear, released through Bridge 9 Records. Pick up The Best Ways to Disappear by heading over to iTunes. Candy […]

Title Fight, August Burns Red, MGMT And More To Play Fun Fun Fun Fest

It looks as if Fun Fun Fun Fest has added a mess of diverse artists and groups to the expanded roster. The festival takes place in Austin at Auditorium Shores from November 8 to November 10. Title Fight, August Burns Red, Slayer, MGMT, Deerhunter, The Dismemberment Plan, Code Orange Kids, Snoop Dogg (Snoop Lion), M.I.A., […]

Frank Ocean

Frank Ocean Performs New Song in London

Soulful swooner, Grammy winner, and Odd Future member Frank Ocean debuted a new song in London last night, marking the fourth new song he has performed live. If you’re holding a ticket to one of the remaining dates on his ‘You’re Not Dead’ tour, it seems you’ll be getting a new song. And they’re not […]

Korn Announces New Album and Release Date

It sounds like Korn is going back to when they were at their best on their new album. Remember when Korn fell into the grasp of dubstep on 2011’s The Path of Totality? Well the new album is The Paradigm Shift, and they’ve reunited with one of their original guitarists, Brian “Head” Welch, so this […]