Archive for September 18th, 2013

Emmure Re-Sign To Victory Records, Promise New Album In 2014

Earlier today, Emmure announced that they are re-signing to Victory Records and will release what will be their sixth full-length album next Spring. You can catch the label’s official press release below: “Still hot off this summer’s Rockstar Mayhem Festival, EMMURE plan to enter the studio later this year. Their sixth full length album for VICTORY RECORDS will be released […]

ALBUM STREAM: Into It. Over It. – ‘Intersections’

Into It. Over It. have shared their new album, Intersections, on SPIN. Intersections will be released on September 24 on Triple Crown Records. The full album stream and more after the jump. Evan Weiss, the man behind Into It. Over it., is currently touring the U.S. with Saves the Day and Hostage Calm. In October, he […]

LYRIC VIDEO: The Animal In Me – “The End Of The Road”

Well here it is, guys! The Animal In Me‘s very first single off their upcoming debut album. The song is titled “The End Of The Road,” and it’s definitely something that’s worth checking out. Their sound is a refreshing change to the usual post hardcore scene, as they have a female lead vocalist, who sings […]

REVIEW: Magic Man – ‘You Are Here’ EP

Artist: Magic Man Album: You Are Here EP Genre: Indie, Pop, Electronic Label: Neon Gold The most exciting thing about this EP is the whirlwind journey it takes you on. Listening to it in full, the debut EP by Magic Man, You Are Here, is almost like that perfect mixtape you take on a road […]

Woe, Is Me Announce Breakup

Even from the outside perspective, this breakup couldn’t have been more predictable after all of the drama that’s come from Woe, Is Me over the past couple of years. Although frontman Hance Allgood, does not say if that drama has directly led to the band’s decision to break up, he does share a lot in […]

The Trailer For Mike Newell‘s ‘Great Expectations’ Arrives, US Release Date Set

There are a handful of so-called literary classics I have completely overlooked in life because there has never been a shortage of theatrical and stage adaptations. One of those books is Great Expectations, and this fall yet another version will hit theaters nationwide. There has been relatively zero promotion for Mike Newell’s take on Great […]

James Blake adds Chance the Rapper to his “Life Round Here”

One of the most notable tracks on dubstep auteur James Blake‘s 2013 album Overgrown was “Take a Fall For Me,” on which RZA had a stunning, low-key feature. Blake has now gone from an established rapper to the up-and-comer of the moment, remixing “Life Round Here” and bringing on Chance the Rapper. The hype surrounding Chance’s […]

REVIEW: John Legend – ‘Love in the Future’

Artist: John Legend Album:  Love in the Future Genre:  Soul R&B Label: GOOD Music, Columbia Records “This is a new year for love,” John Legend calls out alongside a couple lonely, softly strummed guitar chords, the opening line on Love in the Future sounding more hopeless than the idealistic wish it reads like. It hits […]

REVIEW: God Is An Astronaut – ‘Origins’

Artist: God Is An Astronaut Album: Origins Genre: Alternative Rock, Post Rock, Instrumental Rock Label: Rocket Girl Most instrumental acts focus on production; examine Daft Punk’s records and the point is variation, clever little melodies intertwining and evolving from the first time they appear to the fifth time they appear. Most post rock bands focus […]

Cassadee Pope Posts Video To Hey Monday Fans

If you’ve been waiting for a Hey Monday reunion, well continue to wait around for that because that’s not what Cassadee Pope mentioned in her latest video message. She just wanted to thank the fans and remind people that her new album was dropping soon. Last season’s winner of The Voice took 21 seconds of […]

TRAILER: A Fat Wreck (Fat Wreck Chords Documentary)

Here at the UTG offices we love a good music documentary (as we expressed in our article on the new Green Day documentary this morning), and today we’re also excited to share with you a doc on one of the most important labels in punk, Fat Wreck Chords. The documentary, A Fat Wreck, aims to […]

‘Frasier’ Star Kelsey Grammer Takes Nic Cage’s Spot In ‘The Expendables 3′

We have spent many hours at UTG HQ hypothesizing about who would make the cut for the upcoming third installment of The Expendables, but not a single member of our 30+ member writing staff saw this one coming. That said, it’s pretty damn cool. Deadline is reporting that Frasier and Cheers legend Kelsey Grammer is […]