Archive for September 11th, 2013

Good Old War Plan A Live Album

Thanks to an Instagram from Good Old War’s label, Sargent House, fans can start getting giddy about a live album from the band. Two shots of the band on stage with the caption, “A @goodoldwar live album? Yes please” just might be enough proof to assume a live album is on the horizon from the Philly […]

Hardcore Documentary ‘Something In The Water’ Launches Indiegogo Initiative

The brother-filmmakers Chris and Nick Lilli have launched a Indiegogo campaign in order to finish shooting and producing their film Something In The Water, a documentary which will examine the Long Island hardcore scene since its inception in the 1980s. Inspired by the Lilli’s personal love for the music scene which they were actively a […]

UTG PREVIEW: Eight Reasons Riot Fest Is Booking Your Favorite Band Before You Know It

Riot Fest Chicago is everything an alternative music lover of the past 3 decades wants in a festival. It is arguably the most buzzed about, tweeted at, liked and talked about festival of 2013. It has the potential to be legendary.  Riot Fest Chicago will be a weekend full of unforgettable sets and unrealistic appearances. Here at […]

Hawthorne Heights Release Teaser For New Video, “Golden Parachutes”

Hawthorne Heights have posted a trailer for their upcoming music video, “Golden Parachutes.” You can watch the post-apocalyptic teaser in its entirety after the jump. For the past several months the outfit has been traveling across the country with The Vans Warped Tour in support of their fifth studio album, Zero, which dropped June 25 […]

Smoke DZA Releases “City Of Dreams”

It’s hard to look anywhere online today without being reminded of the terrorist attacks on New York City in 2001. We’ll never forget where we were when everything happened and neither will you. Days like today we remember the ones we lost and celebrate the fact our freedom remains in tact. Smoke DZA’s latest focuses […]

Janelle Monáe Electric on Letterman

On Monday night, the eve of her album’s release, Janelle Monáe performed “Dance Apocalyptic” on the Late Show With David Letterman. She didn’t disappoint. True to her single, she danced as if the world was aflame. Shimmying like her life depended, Monáe left the floor in dire need of a waxing before hopping onto Letterman’s […]

UTG PHOTOS & REVIEW: Cheech and Chong’s ‘Up In Smoke’ Tour

Whether you were rolling up a doobie to watch Cheech and Chong’s Up In Smoke in 1978 or you’ve never touched the stuff in your life- odds are if you’re a fan of some gritty comedy skits that you’d enjoy seeing the duo live. For a lot of younger fans, you may have seen the […]

UTG INTERVIEW: Grenadina Give Details On New Record

Grenadina are a group of fun and furious girl-rockers from Lawrence, Kansas. Mixing the creative influences of Vedera and Brand New, Grenadina recently released a refreshing dose of alternative rock with their latest effort, Get Shallow. The new EP contains songs ready to blast this group to the next level. The lead single, “Locomotion,” is […]


California duo Best Coast have announced the follow-up to last year’s The Only Place, along with artwork that leaves you nodding and saying, “Yep, that’s a Best Coast album cover.” The seven-track release Fade Away will feature five new songs and two recent ones, those two being the Record Store Day-released tracks “Fear of My […]

Asking Alexandria Announce First Batch Of North American Tour Dates

Asking Alexandria will be headlining a huge North American tour this fall, as a part of their touring to support the release of their latest album, From Death To Destiny. Their musical support includes bands like Emmure, Sevendust, For Today and All That Remains. The first slew of North American dates have been announced, and […]

New ‘Godzilla’ Creature Design Revealed In Foreign Promotional Poster

Godzilla is a cinematic icon who has undergone a variety of evolutions in his lifetime. The original films relied on suits and toys to create believable disaster scenarios, but in more recent installment the costumes have been replaced by CGI and in doing so allowed filmmakers to create truly monstrous digital terrors that tower above […]

REVIEW: Sinner[The]Saint – ‘The Curious Tale Of Mistress Murder’

ARTIST: Saint[The]Sinner ALBUM: The Curious Tale Of Mistress Murder GENRE: Metalcore LABEL: None I’m always excited to learn about new bands and listen to new music. I think it’s safe to say that most people feel that way. Finding a new favorite band is a satisfying experience, one that you get to share with all […]