Archive for November 8th, 2013

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin Release New Music Video Featuring Dancing Robot

Springfield, Missouri natives Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin are no strangers to the quirky and odd – just look at that band name – but filming a dancing toy robot around various locales in Japan might be a new level even for them. Fortunately, nothing is too weird when set to the band’s sunny […]

LISTEN: Fit For A King – “Ancient Waters” (Remastered)

Texan metalcore outfit Fit For A King have made it a point this year to tease an announcement concerning the re-release of their debut record, Descendants. After months of waiting, the first taste of the project is finally here, and it can be streamed after the jump. While still recognizably “Ancient Waters,” the rerecorded, reproduced, […]

Avenged Sevenfold Release New Music Video

Avenged Sevenfold have released a new music video for “Shepherd of Fire,” which you can check out after the break. The video is full of fire, fast cars, flashy guitar solos – pretty much what you’ve come to expect from these purveyors of theatric heavy metal. “Shepherd of Fire” comes from Avenged Sevenfold’s sixth full-length […]

Alanis Morissette’s ‘Jagged Little Pill’ Is Heading To Broadway

Almost 20 years after its release, Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pilll is getting the Broadway treatment next year as a workshop production. Before we move on, because I had to look this up myself – a workshop production is a simpler performance that may not have all the elaborate sets and costumes of a full […]

Allison Weiss Announces ‘Say What You Mean (Sideways Sessions)’

Before Allison Weiss released Say What You Mean via No Sleep Records in the spring of this year, she funded the recording of the album through a successful Kickstarter campaign. One of the rewards for backers of the campaign was an acoustic version of the entire record, which will now receive a wide release under […]

REVIEW: Caspian – ‘Hymn For The Greatest Generation’

Artist: Caspian Album: Hymn For The Greatest Generation Genre: Post-Rock Label: Triple Crown Records Words can only describe so much. The human condition is not limited to a specific vernacular, though modern society is riddled with sequences of words that when constructed together instill a meaning, or thought. There are things that not even words […]

REVIEW: Title Fight – ‘Spring Songs’

Artist: Title Fight Album: Spring Songs Genre: Punk/Hardcore Label: Revelation Records I believe we are all here for the same reason at this point. Kingston’s Title Fight have been reassuring their stature at the top of the scene for years now. Floral Green found itself as one of my favorite albums of 2012, while Shed […]

Tim Lambesis Due In Court November 13

It has been a while since we caught up with the tale of As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis‘ arrest for plotting to have his wife murdered, and in that time few new developments have arisen. Tim was due in court in late October, but a problem with scheduling lead to yet another delay. […]

Alexisonfire Vinyl Box Set Moves Closer To Release

When Canadian post-hardcore icons Alexisonfire announced their farewell tour in late 2012, they also mentioned plans to release a box set containing all of their studio albums, EPs, and demos. The tour came and went, and it’s been almost a year since we’ve heard any word from the band or Dine Alone Records about the […]

Cerebral Ballzy Sign to Julian Casablancas’ Cult Records

Strokes’ frontman Julian Casablancas has signed indie-punk outfit Cerebral Ballzy to his imprint label, Cult Records. The band plans to release their second LP, Jaded & Faded, on the label in early 2014. “Probably the coolest band in the world at the moment,” Casablancas told Rolling Stone about his latest act. “A truly legit modern […]

Hopsin Releases “Have You Seen Me”

The hype surrounding Hopsin right now is louder than it has ever been, but for one reason or another the California-bred rapper is unhappy with his place in life. He recently went on a tweet-spree venting about how he’d grown tired of the music industry, and now he’s delivered a brand new song to further […]

Editorial: The Importance Of Infinity Stones And What It May Mean For The Future Of Marvel’s Universe

Everything that follows exists on UTG because of a post-credits sequence in the film, Thor: The Dark World. If you do not want this movie moment spoiled, I suggest turning back now. SPOILERS AHEAD!!! Say what you will about how Thor: The Dark World compares to other movies in the Marvel universe, but there is […]