Archive for February 21st, 2014

Watch Miley Cyrus Cover Outkast’s “Hey Ya!”

There might be parents out there who want the Bangerz Tour shut down, but that’s not stopping Miley Cyrus one bit. Her antics may’ve surpassed what we all thought she was capable of but at the end of the day it’s all about the music, right? So while she pleases the crowd with favorites, she […]

All Is Not As It Seems In Red Band Trailer For Ti West’s ‘The Sacrament’

The Sacrament has been making the rounds at festivals for a while, as these smaller films will do. It will finally be coming to homes (the VOD date is May 5) and theaters (the limited theatrical run begins June 6) soon, and its coming is presaged by the requisite red band trailer. As director Ti […]

Lily Allen Titles Upcoming Album ‘Sheezus’

When Kanye West’s Yeezus dropped this past summer, it met a fair deal of criticism, with many critics reprimanding the Chicago native’s undeniably misogynistic lyrics. Likewise, it only seems fitting that the openly feminist Lily Allen would title her forthcoming album Sheezus. The UK songstress confirmed the album’s title during her recent appearance on BBC’s […]

Lemmy Launches Motörhead Cruise: All Aboard the ‘Motörboat’!

Rock bands launching their own festival cruise isn’t exactly a fresh idea. KISS and Weezer have been doing it for years and Paramore’s “PARAHOY!” will set sail in just a few weeks — but none of these ships had Lemmy on board. The appropriately named “Motörboat” will make its maiden voyage this fall, with dates […]

EXCLUSIVE: The North Announce EP Release Date & Reveal Tracklist

The North are a melodic post hardcore outfit hailing from Hampton, Virginia. The group has only been together since last 2012, but in that time the band has performed with numerous noteworthy artists in their scene. They are steadily gaining momentum, and today we are happy to be team up with them to officially announce […]

Rob Zombie Ceases Production On Sports Film To Direct New Horror Film, No One Is Surprised

Despite last year’s claim that The Lords of Salem would be his “last sort of horror-genre related film for a really long time,” Rob Zombie recently told New Zealand’s 3 News that he is indeed working on a new film that “fans of The Devil’s Rejects will enjoy the most.” Sounds tame, right? In effect, […]

RIP: Crash Of Rhinos (2009-2014)

English quintet Crash of Rhinos released an excellent sophomore album last year, and despite a glowing reception from critics and fans, it seems that Knots will be the last we hear from the band, who announced their breakup today via their Facebook page. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like there are any plans for farewell shows, […]

No Scrubs Allowed: TLC’s ‘Fanmail’ Turns 15

When I was in fifth grade my teacher asked everyone in class to fill out a form that listed our interests and hobbies. When I graduated high school, that same teacher returned everyone’s forms, allowing us a few moments to reflect on the even younger people we once were. My favorite food was pizza, my […]

50 Cent Parts Ways With Interscope, Becomes Independent Artist

Yesterday, rap mogul 50 Cent made it known that he has signed an exclusive worldwide distribution and services agreement with Caroline/Capitol/UMG, making him an independent artist for the first time in his career. The 38-year-old has spent the last 12 years operating under Shady Records/Aftermath and Interscope, where he sold over 30 million albums, and garnered […]

MUSIC VIDEO: A Skylit Drive – “Crazy”

California metalcore act A Skylit Drive released a new music video for their latest single, “Crazy,” yesterday, and you can check it out after the break or over at Alternative Press. The song appears on their fourth album, Rise, released last fall on Tragic Hero Records. Pick up a copy of the CD right here. […]

UTG PHOTOS: Big Gigantic (2/16/14)

Under The Gun’s Head of Photography, Corbin Alvae, stopped over at the Big Gigantic Tour on February 16 at The Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, MI. Well, back at it again. Decided to do yet another EDM event that rolled through Michigan at the Royal Oak Music Theatre. If you’ve read any of […]

R-Rated Alternate Version Of ‘Anchorman 2’ Coming To Theaters February 28

There was a story in December about the production for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues being so great that the team could create an alternate edit that told essentially the same story with entirely new jokes. It was the kind of story that grabs every movie fans’ heart and teases it with the promise of […]