Archive for September 25th, 2014

Exiting The Fall Hitting The Studio To Record New Album

Exiting The Fall are an unsigned four piece post hardcore outfit based out of Boston, Massachusetts. Last year they self-released their debut full-length album, Windchaser, and now they’ve decided it’s time to record some new music. Earlier today they announced they were heading to the studio with Chris Galvez of Good Fortune Audio next week […]

The Who to Release 50th Anniversary Compilation; Includes New Song “Be Lucky”

Classic rock legends The Who are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. From releasing rock opera records to playing massive live shows to trashing countless hotel rooms, the band have been through one hell of a ride during their tenure as a band. To commemorate this feat, the band announced today that will be releasing […]

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PREMIERE: SEX BBQ – “Empty Shells”

Atlanta-based gypsy and surf rock quintet SEX BBQ is gearing up to release one of the fall’s most clever releases, Sex Noir City. The record, due out November 25, is self-described as having a “party element,” while still containing a certain sense of “mystique.” It’s a record bound to keep you on your toes. Today, […]

Finch Stream New Album, ‘Back To Oblivion’

Thanks to the good folks over at Red Bull, you can now stream Finch’s highly anticipated comeback record, Back To Oblivion, a full five days ahead of its official release. Give it a listen, and let us know what you think in the comments section below. The group’s first full-length attempt in nearly a decade, […]

New Found Glory Stream “Stories Of A Different Kind”

Following two huge singles and accompanying music videos in “Selfless” and “Ready And Willing,” pop-punk veterans New Found Glory are back with a third single from their upcoming studio album, Resurrection. “Stories Of A Different Kind” contains all the elements of classic NFG; a fast-paced, high-energy structure, catchy choruses, and lyrics that beg you to […]

No Machine Announce Debut EP, ‘Volume One,’ Stream Lead Single

No Machine, a.k.a. Billy Rymer (The Dillinger Escape Plan), Michael Sadis (NK), and Isaac Boliver (Happy Body Slow Brain), have announced that their debut EP, Volume One, will be released on October 7, via intheclouds Records. The vinyl package, which features a 7” x 7” lenticular hologram image, is limited to a mere 500 copies, […]

Tigers On Trains Release New Song, Pre-orders For ‘Antarctica In Color’

Tigers on Trains will be releasing Antarctica In Color on September 30. Featuring members of The Republic of Wolves, the band’s next album comes highly anticipated. Pre-orders are now live through Simple Stereo, and the first 150 listeners who pre-order will receive a signed vinyl, and the possibility to have one of the random 25 […]

Gideon Debut New Track Featuring Caleb Shomo of Beartooth

Earlier this morning, Alabama’s Gideon teamed up with Caleb Shomo of Beartooth to unveil another new track off their forthcoming album, Calloused, due out October 14 via Facedown Records. Titled “Survive,” give it a listen after the break, and let us know what you think in the replies below. Gideon is currently poised to kick off an […]

UTG Exclusive: His Dream Of Lions Reveal ‘Part II’ Album Art

His Dream Of Lions are a band that might not be on everyone’s radar just yet, but after the upcoming release of their album Part II I think it will be incredibly difficult to find anyone in the music industry who is not familiar with the group’s unique approach to rock. Unlike many young bands, […]

Dead Leaves (Formerly Call It Fiction) Premiere New Single

Many folks may remember Call It Fiction, the Ohio pop-punk group that made some waves back in 2011. Sadly, a lot of people lost sight of the band when they momentarily disappeared in the spring of 2013, only to return as Dead Leaves. Not long after changing their name, the band released a new EP […]

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UTG INTERVIEW: New Found Glory @ Riot Fest Chicago 2014

Rock bottom. That’s the best way to describe where New Found Glory sat in their career earlier this year. Accusations surrounding the abrupt departure of a former member whirled around the band — causing chaos like nothing any artist wants to see in a tenured career. It would have been so easy for our favorite […]

Watch Wand’s Trippy Cartoon Video for “Flying Golem”

Psych rock band Wand made a smashing debut this year with their full-length Ganglion Reef, tossing out the kind of first record that makes you wonder how much planning went in to make a record so creative. Now they’re keeping those juices flowing in the music video for their lead single “Flying Golem.” Directed and animated by Meghan […]