Archive for May 27th, 2014

Fallujah Prove Their Metal Superiority With “Sapphire”

California’s Fallujah have evolved tremendously since their inception and their newest track, “Sapphire,” from their upcoming album The Flesh Prevails, is continued evidence of that. The song is premiering over at Metal Sucks but you can stream it after the jump. The album’s gorgeous artwork (a collab between Poland’s Tomasz Alen Kopera and the band’s […]

Spraynard Announce Summer Tour

Following their recent reunion and release of a rarities record titled The Mark, Tom, and Patrick Show, Pennsylvania pop punk band Spraynard have announced a month-long summer tour. You can check out the full list of dates after the break. The tour kicks off July 2 in Pittsburgh, PA and runs for a month, finishing […]

Four Year Strong Announce New EP ‘Go Down In History’

Building on last week’s announcement that they’d signed with Pure Noise Records, Four Year Strong have now confirmed the title and release date for their first release with their new label. The five-song EP Go Down In History will be released on July 22. The EP was mixed and mastered by Machine, who has worked […]

Field Mouse Release ‘Hold Still Life’ Album Art, Tracklist

Indie outfit Field Mouse joined the Topshelf Records roster last month and announced that they would be releasing Hold Still Life through the label on July 22. Now they have released artwork and a complete tracklisting for the album. This will be Field Mouse’s first release as a full band after expanding from a duo to a four-piece. It […]

Required Listening: Moby – “Rio” (Duran Duran Cover)

This June, Manimal Vinyl will be releasing a Duran Duran tribute album titled Making Patterns Rhyme. We’re excited for it, and with a track list that includes Little Dragon, Warpaint, Austra, Crocodiles, Juliette Lewis and Moby it’s probably not hard to understand why. Today, one of those featured artists shared their cover, and we could […]

Years Since The Storm Release “Parasite” Music Video

Those of you in need of some afternoon headbang material, rejoice! Years Since The Storm have released a new video for “Parasite.” Arriving online earlier today, the official video for “Parasite” continues a multi-month promotional run for Years Since The Storm’s debut album. That record, titled Hopeless Shelter, hit stores back in March of this […]

Pillage & Plunder Nutcracker Stream

UTG PREMIERE: Pillage & Plunder – “Nutcracker”

Atlanta’s own cabaret indie-rock trio Pillage & Plunder are diving into the aurally strange (and arguably unknown) on the band’s debut record, The Show Must Go Wrong. The music creates a trip worthy of Haight-Ashbury, while still maintaining a rock n’ roll edge ready to get your head bobbing. Today, we bring you “Nutcracker,” a […]

Wovenwar (Ex-As I Lay Dying) Announce First U.S. Tour

This is technically an announcement for a summer run of Black Label Society tour dates, since, well, they’re technically the headliners. Technically. But that’s hardly the news here. The big item of discussion is that one of the tour’s openers (the other being Kyng) is Wovenwar, the new band featuring 80% of As I Lay […]

Trash Talk Release “The Hole” Music Video, Announce Free U.S. Tour

With their new album No Peace hitting stores today, hardcore outfit Trash Talk have announced the “G Pen Free Tour” alongside Odd Future/MellowHype rapper Left Brain. This run of June U.S. dates will be completely free and open to the public, as long as you RSVP to your show right here. The dates and cities […]

Stream The First Track From The Wonder Years’ Dan Campbell’s New Side Project

Last week, UTG became immensely excited when Dan “Soupy” Campbell of The Wonder Years announced his new project titled Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties. “I’ve got a gut full of ulcers. They’re gonna burn out like dead stars; and turn to dust,” sings Campbell in his typical fashion of brutal honesty, although the song […]

Prepare To Have Your Ass Kicked By The New Beartooth Song

Beartooth are continuing the promotional run towards the release of their debut full length album next month with the premiere of a brand new track titled “The Lines.” Blending the skull-crushingly heavy elements that made the band’s first EP a release not to miss with a chorus almost assuredly influenced by modern alternative rock, “The […]

Mixtape: Tracy T – ‘The Wolf Of All Streets’

Maybach Music Group member Tracy T is shutting down the internet rap game this afternoon with the release of his new mixtape, The Wolf Of All Streets. Featuring appearances from essentially every member of his MMG family, including boss Rick Ross, The Wolf Of All Streets makes a damn strong argument for Tracy T being […]