Archive for May 22nd, 2014

The Maine

STREAM: The Maine – “Ugly On The Inside”

In anticipation of their upcoming deluxe reissue of Forever Halloween, The Maine have begun streaming a new track titled “Ugly On The Inside.” Check it out by following the jump below. Forever Halloween was released last summer and debuted at number 39 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling over 10,000 copies in its first week. […]

Yasiin Bey Cancels U.S. Tour Due to Reentry Denial

The rapper Yasiin Bey, formally known as Mos Def, has been forced to cancel his U.S. tour, according to Together Boston. It’s reported that he has been denied the ability to re-enter the United States, which was due to certain immigration/legal issues. Further details have not yet surfaced. This all takes place after the rapper […]

UTG VIDEO PREMIERE: Bad Cop / Bad Cop – “My Life”

Under The Gun Review is pleased to announce that we are premiering Bad Cop / Bad Cop’s new video for “My Life.” The music video arrived in perfect time to coincide with this weekend’s Punk Rock Bowling Festival in Las Vegas. If you’ll be at one of the punkest festivals of the year, it would […]

Adam Sandler Admits His Films Are Thinly Veiled Excuses To Go On Paid Vacations

For the better part of the last decade film critics and movie goers alike have searched for reasons why Adam Sandler’s career has essentially tanked. Punch Drunk Love lead many to believe the actor was going to spend the 2000s expanding his brand in Hollywood, but here we are more than a decade later and […]

Dan Campbell Of The Wonder Years Reveals Solo Project, Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties

You’re going to get to know Aaron West very well this summer. Who is Aaron West, you ask? He is the character at the center of Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, the new solo project of Dan Campbell, vocalist of pop punk favorites The Wonder Years. Here’s what Campbell has to say about the […]

Made In America Festival Reveals Philadelphia Lineup

The second annual Made In America festival will take place August 30 and 31 on Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, PA. Tickets are not on sale at this time, but just after noon today the initial lineup found its way online. Kanye West and Kings of Leon will serve as the headliners for the two […]

‘Big Hero 6’ Trailer: Marvel And Disney Deliver An Animated Superhero Adventure

When 2014 comes to an end there will have been five feature films released to theaters that are little more than adaptations of classic Marvel literature. Two have already hit the silver screen (Captain America 2, Amazing Spider-Man 2), another arrives tomorrow (Days Of Future Past, then one in August (Guardians Of The Galaxy), and […]

MUST WATCH: ‘Whoop Dreams’ Documentary Infiltrates the Gathering of the Juggalos

Last year, the refined gentlemen over at FilmDrunk and the FilmDrunk Frotcast launched a Kickstarter campaign with the promise they’d attend the Gathering of the Juggalos and film a documentary of their experiences if they were able to raise enough money to fund the project. And of course the campaign proved successful because, you know, […]

LYRIC VIDEO: Adventurer – “Marianas Trenchcoat”

Michigan post-hardcore band Adventurer have released a lyric video for their track titled “Marianas Trenchcoat.” With influences from The Fall of Troy, Dance Gavin Dance, Lower Definition and many others, Adventurer is a band that is gearing up to give all post-hardcore fans something new and fantastic. With “Marianas Trenchcoat,” a track that hits hard […]

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UTG PREMIERE: Expain – “Aggressions Progression”

Metalheads, come forth! Under The Gun Review is excited to introduce you to Expain, a band built on displaying technical skills behind the instruments. A heavy and potent mixture of thrash and jazz metal, Vancouver, Canada’s Expain is hoping to become a staple in a genre built on technical skill and speed. Today we introduce […]

They All Float Over There: ‘It’ Reboot Moves From Warner Bros. To New Line

Warner Bros. has been vocally actively working on a reboot of Stephen King’s It for the last five years, but for whatever reason the studio has yet to set a production start date or even tease the possibility of a potential release plan. Today we learned a bit of the reason why, or at least […]

Iggy Azalea Apologizes For Lip Syncing Blunder On ‘Dancing With The Stars’

It’s no great secret that most, if not all pop stars use vocal tracks when performing on television. This is one hundred percent true in any situation involving large scale production, like when Iggy Azalea attempted to bring her “Fancy” lyrical skills to the set of Dancing With The Stars‘ finale earlier this week. It […]