Archive for October 2nd, 2013

Rihanna Releases “Pour It Up” Video

I spent about five minutes writing and rewriting headlines before settling on the most generic thing I could think of, and you want to know why? After writing about Rihanna and her incessant need to force her sex appeal in our faces for years I have finally run out of catchy headlines that are less […]

DAMMIT: Joaquin Phoenix Did Not Produce Pusha T’s “King Push”

Been awhile since we had a ‘Dammit’ headline. After being widely reported otherwise by almost every music publication, actor Joaquin Phoenix has admitted he is not the producing virtuoso behind Pusha T‘s “King Push.” In a statement given to XXL, the star of Walk The Line confessed: “While it was widely reported that Pusha T […]

Sky Ferreira Cancels Tour Dates with Vampire Weekend

Teenage pop singer Sky Ferreira has been all up in the news recently–from her arrest, drug use, and debut album release date–and now she’s getting another headline. Ferreira was supposed to open several dates for Vampire Weekend but recently backed out. Ferreira said her reason for missing her opening tour dates for Vampire Weekend this […]

WATCH: Periphery – “Ragnarok”

Progressive metal outfit Periphery have released a brand new music video for “Ragnarok” featuring live visuals from the 2013 run of the Summer Slaughter Tour. “Ragnarok” comes from the group’s most recent effort, Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal, which hit stores in 2012 via Sumerian Records. Follow the jump to check out the video, […]

Story of the Year Release Acoustic Version Of “Anthem of Our Dying Day”

Page Avenue came out when I was twelve. I must give credit to that record, along with Glassjaw’s Worship and Tribute, and The Used’s self-titled debut (I don’t care where that band is now, their S/T is legendary), to being the first few records that got me into rock, and into independent music. I remember […]

Suicide Silence Confirm They Have A New Vocalist, Release Teaser Instead Of A Name

The metal world has been buzzing today with rumors that Suicide Silence have decided to replace fallen frontman Mitch Lucker and continue on with their career. Now, just hours after Lambgoat kickstarted new member rumors, fans have some answers. UTG can now confirm the members of Suicide Silence have indeed replaced Lucker, but at this […]

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Kevin Devine and the Goddamn Band Release Video For “Bubblegum”

Kevin Devine is one of the hardest working musicians in the scene right now, and one of the most appreciated. Back when Devine announced a Kickstarter to fund his next two albums, the goal was met in under twelve hours. Now Devine returns with the first video from the full band album, with the title […]

Angel Haze Releases Video For “Echelon (It’s My Way)”

Nothing says party like some motorcycles, some four wheelers, mini trampolines and a kiddy pool. That’s exactly what Angel Haze has set up on her latest music video, for her single “Echelon (It’s My Way).” The song is taken from her upcoming album, Dirty Gold, which has yet to be assigned an official release date. […]

XO To Release Debut 7 Inch ‘Fault’ On November 5

XO are perhaps best known to feature members of Say Anything, with three of the four band members also being in the Max Bemis group. Despite that, it is creatively the band members focus; the group, featuring Jeff Turner, Jake Turner, Parker Case and Joe Assef, will finally have a debut release on Rory Records […]

WATCH: Rise Against – “Historia Calamitatum Moto X Gloria”

Punk band Rise Against are probably best known for Siren Song of the Counter Culture, but they’re still at it and cranking out solid tunes. They recently released a music video for their new song “Historia Calamitatum Moto X Gloria” (which is Latin for something along the lines of “The History of Disaster in Motocross […]

Duncan Jones’ ‘Warcraft’ Will Hit Theaters December 2015

Duncan Jones, if you were to ask me, is 2/2 when it comes to directing feature films. First debuting on the big screen with the beloved Moon, the son of David Bowie continued his artistic filmmaking, and went on to follow up with Source Code, which was also critically well received. Embarking on his third […]

Rescuer Sign To No Sleep Records

No Sleep Records has long been a favorite label in the underground music scene. This year alone, they have released stellar records by the likes of Balance & Composure, Mixtapes, and many more, and they show no signs of slowing down. The most recent addition to the No Sleep roster is Rescuer. The Tampa, Florida […]