Archive for March 10th, 2014

Check Out The Epic Eleven Minute Debut Single By Cardinal

Cardinal describe themselves as “atmospheric black metal” on their Facebook page. This is a sound that’s hard for me to imagine, but luckily the Houston-based group did the leg work for me and released the debut single from their upcoming EP, Alpine Voice. You can stream the song, titled “Hiraeth,” by taking a look below […]

Taking Back Sunday Stream New Album, ‘Happiness Is’

Taking Back Sunday will be releasing their highly anticipated sixth studio album, Happiness Is, March 18. Fans have been waiting with bated breath for this album, and thanks to Pandora they will get to hear it a little over a week early. You can check out Happiness Is by heading right here. If you like […]

Until We Are Ghosts Premiere “Hour Glass” Music Video

Until We Are Ghosts will be releasing their forthcoming studio album, Bitterseed, May 27 via InVogue Records. They recently unleashed the debut single from the album, and now they’ve premiered the music video for a second single. The new song is titled “Hour Glass,” and you can check out the visuals for it below the […]

Vampire Weekend Extend Spring Tour Into June

Still riding high over off of last year’s critically adored Modern Vampires of the City, Vampire Weekend have announced eight new US tour dates. The eight shows are in June, extending the current April/May tour slate into the summer. As is tradition at this time of year, the band’s touring page overflows with festival dates. The current […]

West Memphis Three Go Hollywood In First Trailer For ‘The Devil’s Knot’

The last two decades have been littered with books, documentaries, and televised investigative specials on the crime and ensuing trial most now refer to simply as ‘The West Memphis Three.’ A fictionalized version of events was bound to make its way to the big screen eventually, and in 2014 Image Entertainment will be one of […]

Skrillex Announces the MotherShip Tour

Sonny Moore, or better known as his stage name, Skrillex, or better known to me as the former lead singer of From First To Last, has announced a string of new US tour dates for his newly announced MotherShip tour. Concentrating on the visual aspect of his shows, Sonny and his team have been working […]

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Deftones Announce US Shows (Mostly In Texas)

Deftones may have recently teased some efforts in the studio, but today we learned that the band behind Koi No Yokan will be hitting the road again much sooner than we previously thought. According to a number of online concert listings, Deftones have lined up a week of performances for the end of May 2014. […]

UTG EXCLUSIVE: My Mouth Is The Speaker “In Focus” Documentary Series Part 2

Akron, Ohio’s My Mouth Is The Speaker and Escapist Records are just a few short weeks away from the release of the In Focus 7?, the band’s first vinyl release. For those who don’t yet know the band or any of their fine members, we’re giving you a look into the lives of these young artists during the recording of the […]

Lana Del Rey Announces US Tour; Tickets On Sale Friday

Oh, sweet day. Lana Del Rey has finally announced plans to return to the stage stateside (just in time for her new album release). Today, dates for Lana Del Rey shows began popping up on Twitter and other social media circles in the early afternoon. Being the Lana fanboys and girls we are, the UTG […]

REVIEW: Architects – ‘Lost Forever // Lost Together’

Artist: Architects (UK) Album: Lost Forever// Lost Together Genre: Metalcore Label: Epitaph Records For a long time, I didn’t understand the hype that surrounded the Brighton-based metalcore act, Architects. I was first introduced to the group back in high school, and though I didn’t hate the music they were producing at the time, it did little […]

Former Sleeping With Sirens Guitarist Jesse Lawson Announces New Project

Back in October, Jesse Lawson, the now former guitarist of Sleeping With Sirens, parted ways with the Orlando-based outfit, instead choosing to focus his time on his growing family and “next musical venture.” After nearly six months, earlier today Lawson finally revealed that said venture will actually be a new 6-song EP entitled Chapter II, […]

Watch Angel Haze’s “A Tribe Called Red” Video

It’s a simple black and white video with no one but Angel Haze to be found, but what “A Tribe Called Red” lacks in visuals and effects it makes up for with delivery. The Detroit born rapper hooked up with i-D Magazine for the video directed by Rollo Jackson. It’s the latest single off her […]