Archive for May 8th, 2014

Rich Homie Quan Is “Okay” Post Seizure

Earlier this week, Rich Homie Quan‘s representatives claimed he’d suffered seizures after fainting from heat exhaustion at a video shoot in Atlanta. Rich Homie Quan is a member of XXL’s 2014 Freshmen Class. I’m sure you’ll recognize his hit “Type of Way.” What we do know is that Quan appears to be all right. In […]

Wild Club Cover CHRVCHES’ “The Mother We Share”

Wild Club, in celebration of Mother’s Day, have posted a cover of electronic-pop trio CHVRCHES’ hit single, “The Mother We Share.” The cover will become a free download when Wild Club’s single “Thunder Clatter” gets Shazamed. Before heading out on a U.S. festival run and a massive headliner, the band will be making an apperance […]

New ‘Flintstones’ Movie In The Works

It was announced this week that there is indeed a new Flintstones movie coming soon with The Campaign’s Chris Henchy writing the screenplay and Will Ferrell as one of the executive producers. At this point no one knows what to expect from the big screen comeback of America’s favorite Stone Age family, but it will […]

Body Count Announce ‘Manslaughter’ Release Date, Unveil Cover Art

We’ve been waiting patiently for a new Body Count album ever since Ice-T announced his legendary heavy metal band had signed with Sumerian Records back in 2012. And finally, the band has confirmed a June 10 release for Manslaughter. The band made their return to the stage at last November’s Fun Fun Fun Fest, but […]

Trivium Let Go Of Drummer Nick Augusto

It’s always a bummer when a band is forced to part ways with one of their members, but as we all know, sometimes this course of action is necessary in order to preserve the art being made. It seems that this is the case with Trivium, who just yesterday announced that they would be moving […]

Listen Up: Say Lou Lou Stream B-Side “Peppermint”

Say Lou Lou is keeping the anticipation for Everything We Touch high as they took a minute to give fans another taste of what’s to come as they’re now offering up a stream of a b-side, “Peppermint.” Back in March they delighted us with the title track. “Everything We Touch” was dream-pop–well, dream come true. […]

STREAM: Cheap Girls – ‘Famous Graves’

For the past seven years, Michigan’s Cheap Girls have been consistently churning out infectious, melodic rock and roll records, and their latest effort is no exception. Famous Graves is officially out next Tuesday, May 13, but you can stream it in full right now over at Consequence of Sound. Famous Graves follows 2012’s Giant Orange, […]

Braid Premiere First Single From ‘No Coast’

Braid beat the “emo revival” to the punch in 2011 when they reunited for a series of shows and a new EP, Closer To Closed. While the record failed to live up to fans’ understandably high expectations, there was still hope that a new release from Bob Nanna and company might one day match the […]

UTG’s Must-See Acts At Skate And Surf 2014

Festival season is quickly approaching and we here at Under The Gun are thoroughly excited about it. The closest festival in our sight is Skate and Surf 2014. It is once again being held in Asbury Park, NJ right on the oceanfront and we are scheduled to be bringing you some great video interviews from […]

Structures Stream New Song Featuring Northlane Vocalist

Canadian metalcore act Structures are gearing up to release their new full-length, titled Life Through a Window, next week. The album’s third single premiered yesterday, and you can check it out after the break. “Follower” offers more of the crushing drums and technical guitar work that Structures fans know and love, and it features a […]

The Black Keys Announce Tour With St. Vincent, Cage The Elephant

The Black Keys have announced a lengthy run of dates in support of their forthcoming album, Turn Blue. Support for the tour includes Cage The Elephant, St. Vincent and Jake Bugg. Head after the jump to view the full list of dates, including which artist will be playing each show. There’s also an announcement video from the […]

‘Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes’ Trailer: Apes Not Kill Apes

I have admittedly lost count of how many films I am excited for this summer, but after you witness the footage I am about to share I think we will all agree there will be no greater spectacle than Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes. When Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes left […]