Archive for May 1st, 2014

Third ‘V/H/S’ Film Gets Title, Directors

A third V/H/S film is (inevitably) underway, and we’ve been delivered a fair amount of information about it. Entitled V/H/S Viral, the film “focuses on fame-obsessed teens who unwittingly become stars of the next internet sensation,” as reported by Screen Daily. The directors involved for the threequel are Todd Lincoln (The Apparition), Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes), Marcel Sarmiento (Deadgirl), Gregg Bishop […]

Watch the Trailer for Elliott Smith Documentary ‘Heaven Adores You’

Last year we took a moment to remember one of music’s most important icons, Elliott Smith, on the tenth anniversary of his passing with his best songs. With a mysterious personality and an incredible knack for songwriting, Smith’s work soon left Portland and became mainstream after “Miss Misery” (Good Will Hunting) got a Best Original […]

The Black Keys Debut New Track, “Bullet In The Brain”

Earlier in the week, The Black Keys swung through the BBC’s Maida Vale studios for a quick live session, and while there, unveiled a new track titled “Bullet In The Brain.” Follow the jump below to see what all the fuss is about. “Bullet In The Brain” is the third single to be released off […]

STREAM: Sudden Suspension – ‘Basement Songs’

The Chicago suburbs have been a hotbed for exciting young pop punk bands over the past few years. Following in the footsteps of Real Friends and Knuckle Puck, Sudden Suspension are destined to be the next household name to call the area home. Their latest EP, titled Basement Songs, consists of four short, fast, and […]

David Bello (TWIABP) Shares New Solo Track, “Two Summers”

David Bello, known to most as the lead vocalist for The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, is set to release his newest solo offering, Tires, later this month via Man of 1000 Masks. Earlier in the day, fans were given their first glimpse of the EP in the […]

Hundredth, Counterparts, And More Announce Common Vision Tour

If you’re a fan of melodic hardcore, you can start planning your summer around the Common Vision Tour. The month-long trek begins July 17 in Fort Worth, Texas, and it features some of the genre’s best young bands. At the top of the ticket are No Sleep Records rockers Hundredth, who recently released Resist, the […]

Watch the Bloody New Trailer for the Vampire Mockumentary, ‘What We Do In The Shadows’

Apart from a very select few (e.g. Let The Right One In, Fright Night–the original of course), vampire films usually do next to nothing for me, but Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s new mockumentary, What We Do In The Shadows, looks like a downright hilarious, bloody good time. If you’re familiar with the duo’s work […]

Real Friends Announce Debut Album ‘Maybe This Place Is The Same And We’re Just Changing’

Real Friends will be releasing their new record Maybe This Place Is The Same And We’re Just Changing on June 22 via Fearless Records. The band has also released the album’s official artwork, which you can check out after the jump. The term “make or break” is thrown around a lot these days, but this record […]

Finch Sign To Razor & Tie Records, Promise New Music In June

Razor & Tie Records continued to bolster their roster this morning by adding post-hardcore trendsetters Finch to their already impressive lineup. The outfit is currently in the process of recording their first album since 2005’s Say Hello to Sunshine with producer Brian Virtue. It is expected to hit shelves nationwide before the end of the […]

UTG ALBUM PREMIERE: Belda Beast – ‘Belda Beast’

Way back in 2012, we ran a feature introducing our friend Zach Zeller, a genuinely talented musician based out of Northern California. Over the past several years, Zach’s been balancing duties between multiple projects, most recently devoting his time to Belda Beast, a band that originally formed back in 2006 and has seen a boundless […]

Knapsack Announce Australian Tour, Vinyl Reissues

After an initial US reunion tour last fall, California emo rockers Knapsack have announced their first tour of Australia, which will take place this August. At the center of the four-date run is an appearance at Weekender Fest in Melbourne. You can see the full list of dates and a tour poster after the break. […]

Watch Kevin Devine Get Down In “Little Bulldozer” Video

Kevin Devin shows off his dance moves in a new video for his track “Little Bulldozer.” The song is the title track from his 2013 release, Bulldozer. Check out the video after the jump. It features Devine hosting some cringe-worthy auditions and closes with a delightful choreographed dance from Devine himself. You can catch Kevin Devine and the […]