Archive for July 18th, 2013

STREAM: The Last Word – “The Author”

The unsigned post hardcore outfit known as The Last Word recently revealed a brand new single, titled “The Author.” The song is taken from their upcoming Oblivion EP, which is set to hit stores July 23. Listen to the new song by taking a look below the jump. If you like what you hear, then […]

We Came As Romans

We Came As Romans Stream ‘Tracing Back Roots’

Tracing Back Roots is currently set to hit stores July 23 via Equal Vision Records. We Came As Romans have partnered up with Pandora Radio to stream the album in its entirety a little early. Check out the album by heading right here. The band is currently on the road with Vans Warped Tour, then […]

CONTEST: UTG & Fandango’s ‘Summer Of Action’ Giveaway

If there is one thing in life that is better than going to the movies on a hot summer day, it’s going to the movies on a hot summer day FOR FREE. With that in mind, UTG has partnered with the fine folks at Fandango to offer you a one-of-a-kind prize package. Starting today and […]

Lana Del Rey Vs Cedric Gervais “Summertime Sadness” Remix

Lana Del Rey‘s Born To Die has seen huge success since its release in January of last year. She’s released a number of videos, and there have been a good number of remixes of tracks as well. Today we are showing you the latest song to be remixed. The song is “Summertime Sadness,” and it’s […]

Night Verses And The American Scene To Support letlive. On EU/UK Tour

Easy Killer newcomers Night Verses and California natives The American Scene have been announced as direct support for letlive.’s upcoming European/UK tour. Ticket information for the fall run can be seen and accessed right here. View the entire listing of touring dates for letlive.’s headlining tour through the jump! Under The Gun Review really hopes […]

Robin Thicke Debuts “Feel Good”

Robin Thicke continues the onslaught of new music today with the debut of a funky new single entitled, “Feel Good.” Taken from Blurred Lines, which finally arrives in stores next week, “Feel Good” is a bass-thumping track that combines all the elements of Thicke’s recent efforts into a single jam. The crooner’s vocals are as […]

Farewell Fighter Stream New Song “Bridges”

Farewell Fighter have teamed up with our brothers over at to premiere the stream of their new track, entitled “Bridges.” Click through the link provided to listen first! This song will come off of the band’s forthcoming Easy Killer Records debut, Challenges, dropping on August 6. This record is so important to us. Each […]

Ryan Russell Releasing Photo Book Through No Sleep Records

No Sleep Records partnered up with rock photographer/Nervous Energies founder Ryan Russell to release a photo book called Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham this coming fall/winter 2013. Read a direct statement from Russell on this expansive project below. After all 32 years of my life in Birmingham, Alabama and the past 13 years as […]

MOVIE REVIEW: The Conjuring

Film: The Conjuring Starring: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson Directed by: James Wan Having proven himself the top of the horror game with Saw and the more recent Insidious, James Wan turns his skill at filmmaking to world of haunted abodes with this weekend’s new release, The Conjuring. Trends may come and go in Hollywood, but […]

STOP EVERYTHING: AFI Debut “I Hope You Suffer”

After months of cryptic teasers, AFI have released a stream of a new single entitled, “I Hope You Suffer.” Starting off in sonic territory usually only explored by the likes of Trent Reznor, “I Hope You Suffer” ushers in the return of AFI in epic, brooding fashion. Frontman Davey Havok and his near-quivering voice builds […]

VIDEO PREMIERE: The Rouge – “Handcuffs”

Tennessee rockers The Rouge are quickly becoming one of the country’s fastest growing acts and chose UTG to premiere their new music video for “Handcuffs.” This song comes off of their debut album, Blurry, which released everywhere back in February through Atlantic Records. “Handcuffs” was filmed at Hi-Dive Bar in Denver, two blocks from where […]

Will ‘Chronicle 2’ Happen Now that Max Landis Is A No Go?

Chronicle received a lot of praise and did pretty okay at the box office, so fans and critics alike got excited with the mention of a sequel. Now no one is even sure there’ll be one now that original writer Max Landis is out. A few months back Landis was pretty positive that there’d be […]