Archive for October 7th, 2014

It Lives, It Breathes Stream “Full Of Rage Featuring Nicolas Cage”

The guys in It Lives, It Breathes pranked their fans pretty hard today. A couple of days ago they told fans they would be shutting down their Facebook page in a “rage quit” because of how its treating its users. They said it would be tonight, and for fans to come to their page for […]

Stream Hoodie Allen’s New Album, ‘People Keep Talking’

Late last spring, indie rapper Hoodie Allen released the first single, entitled “Show Me What You’re Made Of,” taken from of his upcoming debut record. A few months after that, the rapper officially announced that he would be self-releasing his debut full-length, People Keep Talking, on October 14. The somewhat fan-interactive fourteen-track record has been […]

Rise Against Frontman Covers Guns N’ Roses For ‘This Concerns Everyone’ Compilation

When anything political is brought into the music world, musicians have a tendency to speak out against the matter at hand with different opinionated views resonating from it. Usually, they will stop at nothing until their message has been heard and will create music with lyrics that pertain to that matter that can truly help […]

Somos Announce New 7″ Split, Stream New Song

If you haven’t been keeping up with these new folks who go by the name of Somos, you should probably start now. Hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, the self-proclaimed (and accurately so) “too much punch to be lo-fi, too melodically contoured to be punk” artists have just announced a new 7″ split with Sorority Noise via […]

Rancid Stream “Face Up” From ‘Honor Is All We Know’

After releasing a trio of songs for the first time since 2009’s Let The Dominos Fall, Rancid have now released another track off their upcoming record, Honor Is All We Know. The song is named “Face Up” and it’s a 90-second, in-your-face track that contains many of the elements that have made Rancid very unique […]

Yellowcard & Less Than Jake Announce Co-Headlining UK/EU Tour

Today is a big day for Yellowcard as they have released their anticipated new album Lift A Sail via Razor &Tie Records to much praise from our UTG album review. Later this month, they will be embarking on a co-headlining tour with Memphis May Fire with support from Emarosa. That isn’t stopping the band anytime […]

Knuckle Puck Announce New EP, ‘While I Stay Secluded’

Having been welcomed with open arms by fans of their music scene, pop-punk breakthrough act from Chicago, IL, Knuckle Puck, have just announced a brand new EP under Bad Timing Records. The six-track effort, entitled While I Stay Secluded, is set to be released on October 28, not too long after the release of their most […]

STAND-UP TUESDAYS: Jerrod Carmichael

Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny. This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Jerrod Carmichael’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email […]

Morrissey Reveals He Has Been Receiving Cancer Treatment

It’s a known fact that Morrissey has been quite ill as of late. He’s been forced to cancel tour dates in the recent past due to illness, though he never specified what. In a new interview with El Mundo, the former Smiths frontman revealed that he has been receiving cancer treatment. For those of you […]

Moose Blood Release Video for “I Hope You’re Missing Me”

If you haven’t heard of them yet, check out one of England’s hottest rising indie bands, Moose Blood. Need a good reason to check them out? Here’s one: Their latest album I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time is available everywhere today! The band also premiered a music video for “I Hope You’re […]

Grey Gordon Cancels Remaining Tour Dates With Fossil Youth

Just hours ago, one of our favorite up-and-coming artists Grey Gordon took to Facebook to announce some unfortunate news. Gordon, who has been on the road with Fossil Youth, has been forced to cancel the remaining dates of the tour. The dates were in support of his new album, Forget I Brought It Up, which […]

UTG Premiere: Donora – “Always Gonna Be”

If you have been paying attention to our front page today then you have no doubt realized that this Tuesday is one of our busiest in recent memory. We have brought you a number of great features so far today, and right now we are going to take things to another level with a little […]