Archive for October 4th, 2013

All Shall Perish Comment On Eddie Joining Suicide Silence

Earlier today Suicide Silence confirmed rumors by officially announcing that Eddie Hermida of All Shall Perish will be the new vocalist of their band. Shortly after, All Shall Perish made a statement of their own, indicating that Eddie will no longer be a part of their band. They wanted to let fans know that they […]

Cults Premiere Video For “High Road”

Cults will be releasing a brand new album October 15, titled Static. This will be their sophomore full length album, and it’s being released via In The Name Of/Columbia Records. Yesterday the group revealed the music video for a brand new single taken from the album, titled “High Road.” You can check out the visuals […]

Treebeard Reveal Video For Their New Single, “XIV”

Treebeard recently announced a new full length album, titled Stars Over Somber Skies. The album will be released November 12 via We Are Triumphant Records. To celebrate the announcement, the group revealed a new single from the album, and released the music video for it as well. The band’s music has been a healthy mix […]

A Day To Remember Win Court Case Against Victory

We’ve got some good news to end your week with! According to an exclusive update by Property Of Zack, A Day To Remember has won their court case against Victory Records. This means a number of different things, but one important thing to fans at least is that the band will be releasing Common Courtesy […]

Twin Shadow Co-Wrote A Song With Haim

As if the world – or at least, the internet – weren’t already happy enough with Haim and their debut album Days Are Gone, a track from the album’s deluxe edition has surfaced online. The track, “Edge,” has the distinction of being co-written by George Lewis Jr., a.k.a. the 2010’s time-travelling, girlfriend-stealing 80s bad boy, a.k.a. […]

Fiona Apple Performs New Songs, Gets Heckled

It’s unfortunate that the first half of that headline is the more surprising news. David Greenwald of the Oregonian published a piece this morning in which he detailed last night’s Fiona Apple and Blake Mills performance in Portland.  In the piece, Greenwald first concisely details Apple’s history and how it has led to this intimate, […]

Listen To A Lot Like Birds’ New Single “Kuroi Ledge”

A Lot Like Birds will be releasing their highly anticipated third studio album, No Place, on October 29 via Equal Vision Records. The band has now revealed a brand new single from the album, titled “Kuroi Ledge.” The song is unexpectedly different from songs in their previous album, but in a fantastic way. This is […]

UTG’s 31 Days Of Halloween: ‘Bad Milo’

Of all the holidays celebrated worldwide, no single day is more loved by the UTG staff than Halloween. With the arrival of October, the time has finally come to begin rolling out a plethora of features and special announcements we have prepared in celebration of our favorite day, including the one you’re about to read. […]

HOLY SH!T: You Need To See The ‘Godzilla’ Teaser

Listen (or read, rather). I know you think you know what a Godzilla movie looks like. You’ve probably seen glimpses of the original classics, or perhaps have made the mistake of thinking the Matthew Broderick lead film from the 1990s was worthy of praise, but I assure you none of those former iterations can prepare […]

Amanda Palmer Writes a Letter In Response to Sinead O’Connor (In Response to Miley Cyrus)

Yesterday we saw iconic musician Sinead O’Connor write a letter to Miley Cyrus (and then ANOTHER letter) that got a lot of buzz (which you can read here). Now Amanda Palmer has written a response letter to O’Connor, showing gratitude and, of course, disagreeing to some extent. “Do I want a whole generation of teenagers looking […]

Miley Cyrus Thought She Was Going To Be Like Paramore

Miley Cyrus went from Disney royalty to 2013’s favorite pun, but did you know that at one time she thought she could be the next Paramore? In her MTV documentary, Miley: The Movement, Cyrus opened up about where she thought she’d end up musically after her Hannah Montana reign was over. Keep in mind she […]

WATCH: Saves The Day’s Audiotree Session

Audiotree, which in my opinion is one of the best live session outlets for bands today, has released their session video for Saves The Day. The session, which was filmed on September 16, 2013, features tracks from the band’s killer latest release, Saves The Day, which I loved, and you can check out my review […]