Archive for August 22nd, 2013

With Life In Mind Call It Quits, Debut Unreleased Demo

After five years of creating aggressive, ass-kicking metalcore, the Philadelphia-based five piece With Life In Mind has broken up. The news came earlier tonight via a personal message from drummer Josh Ireson, who cited a lack of funding and an inability to maintain a consistent lineup as the main causes of the group’s demise. Still, […]

HOLY SH!T: Ben Affleck Is The New Batman

Shut down the internet for the night, folks. It doesn’t get much bigger than this. According to Variety, Ben Affleck will portray Batman in the upcoming ‘Superman & Batman‘ film to be released by Warner Bros in 2015. This is not a joke or a prank. Daredevil is the new Batman. “We knew we needed […]

Korn Previews New Song From Upcoming Album

Earlier in the month, nu-metal trendsetters Korn streamed their new song “Never Never,” a near four-minute romp which illustrated a notable change in creative direction, and was met with mixed reviews. Now, a preview for yet another new track off their upcoming album, Paradigm Shift, due out October 8, has surfaced. The preview track, titled […]


Emery Announce ‘The Weak’s End’ 10 Year Anniversary Tour

Post-hardcore outfit Emery have announced they will be embarking on a tour in support of the 10th anniversary of their debut full-length, The Weak’s End. Just in case that piece of news is not already exciting enough, the group have also revealed former vocalist Devin Shelton will be returning for the trek. While there are […]

Paramore Set Sail With Their Own Cruise

Paramore are hoping onboard the trend of taking fans on the high seas and doing a cruise, Parahoy. Well, at least the name is cute. For $650 you can take a 4-night cruise with Paramore to your own private island in the Bahamas. Sounds fancy, right? That’s not it. You’ll get to play activities with […]

Motley Crue Plotting 2014 Farewell Tour

Are you ready to “Shout At The Devil” one last time? Speaking with RollingStone recently, Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil revealed the band is in the early stages of planning a farewell tour for 2014. “We’ll do one more time around the world and kinda call it quits,” Neil said. “It’s just that time. We’re […]

STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Death Grips – “Birds”

When Death Grips aren’t stirring up some trouble they’re working hard on music you’ve likely never heard the likes of before. They recently came under fire for not showing up at their scheduled performance at Lollapalooza, and instead showed a suicide note made by a fan. That hasn’t stopped them though, and now they’ve released […]

Artist Vs Poet Stream ‘The Sleep’ EP

Artist Vs Poet released their The Sleep EP yesterday and was nice enough to let you listen to it before you make the commitment by streaming every track. Most of the record plays like music you’d hear during a dramatic scene between lovers or friends on one of those shows on The CW or ABC […]

STREAM: The Swellers – “Becoming Self-Aware”

Michigan punk band The Swellers just released their new song “Becoming Self-Aware” to the internet today, and it’s a solid song that expands off of the sound they established on their most recent EP, Running Out of Places To Go. “Becoming Self-Aware” is the second track to be released off of The Swellers’ No Sleep […]

WATCH: Green Day Play ‘Dookie’ in its Entirety at the Brixton Academy

California punks Green Day recently decided to play their iconic record, Dookie, from front to back at their show in the UK at the Brixton Academy. The band sounds fantastic, and while the video is shaky at points, it’s really awesome to see them give their fans such a nice treat. For those who don’t […]

Watch Steve Martin and Kermit the Frog Play “Dueling Banjos”

In what will be one of the more fun things on the internet today, Funny or Die released a short video of two banjo legends, comedian Steve Martin and Kermit the Frog, playing classic song “Dueling Banjos,” as made famous in the 1972 film Deliverance. The video was created by celebrity photographer Matt Hoyle, to […]

UTG Interview: Edgar Wright, Nick Frost, and Simon Pegg Discuss ‘The World’s End’

This weekend the team of Edgar Wright, Nick Frost, and Simon Pegg deliver the [amazing] final chapter of their Cornetto Trilogy to American moviegoers with the release of The World’s End. The film serves as a thematic companion to Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz, even though it features none of the same characters, […]