Outside Lands Announces 2015 Lineup; Elton John, Mumford & Sons and The Black Keys To Headline

San Francisco’s premier annual music, food and arts festival, Outside Lands, will be returning for its eighth consecutive year from August 7-9 at the historic and always beautiful Golden Gate Park. This year’s lineup has been revealed and it’s a doozy, as per usual. Apart from all the endlessly delicious foods, beers and wines, Outside […]

REVIEW: Bobby Shmurda – ‘Shmurda She Wrote’ EP

Artist: Bobby Shmurda Album: Shmurda She Wrote Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap After a summer that sent him rising from a nobody to one of the most blogged about names in urban music, Bobby Shmurda has all the hype in the world and none of the work to back it up. Though he’s become a household name in […]

Bobby Shmurda Announces ‘Shmurda She Wrote’ EP

You’ve got to hand it to Bobby Shmurda for embracing the numerous puns his name is able to create. If nothing else, at least he has a sense of humor. Now that the heat from “Hot Nigga” has begun to die down, Epic Records is looking to make back their Bobby Shmurda investment money with […]

Poster And Trailer For ‘Saw’ 10th Anniversary Re-Release Revealed

There are very few horror films that have left me with the kind of open-jawed reaction that lingers in the back of your mind for years on end, but the original Saw definitely makes the cut. The entire film is solid, not to mention the unforgettable finale, and this October Universal is bringing all the […]

Young Thug Releases ‘1017 Thug 2’ Mixtape, Photoshops Himself Onto Wiz Khalifa’s Album Cover

Another week, another reason or three to discuss Thugga Thugga. Last night, Atlanta up and comer Young Thug made good on a promise to deliver new music by releasing his 1017 Thug 2 street album. The record features ten brand new tracks, including the fiery hot “Trigger Finger.” You can stream and download the album, […]

Watch Liars Melt Some Faces in “Pro Anti Anti” Music Video

Los Angeles three piece Liars dropped their new record Mess a few months ago. Their art rock electronic sound gets experimental without pushing people away–a tricky thing to do–which immediately grabbed our attention. Now in their new music video for “Pro Anti Anti,” we get a little bit more weirdness before it’s released as a single on June 30. […]

Death Cab For Cutie’s Bassist Made a Portrait of Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch Out of Skittles

Last night’s Super Bowl was a little anticlimactic, with the Seahawks completely dominating from the first quarter onwards. The team’s star running back, Marshawn Lynch, is known for loving Skittles, and to celebrate the win, the original bassist for Death Cab for Cutie, Nick Harmer, made an ode to the fellow out of them. BoingBoing […]

ADAPTATION ALERT: ‘Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark’ Is Headed To The Big Screen

I feel old writing this even though I’ve barely reached my mid-twenties, but when I was learning to read the internet was nowhere near as popular or prevalent as it is today. When teachers wanted us to be quiet they would send us to the library, and at my school there was no collection of […]

Drake Reveals ‘Nothing Was The Same’ Artwork, Delays Release One Week

YMCMB heartthrob Drake has unveiled the official artwork for his highly-anticipated new album, Nothing Was The Same. Hitting the net last night via Aubrey’s Instagram, the cover of Nothing Was The Same featuring a drawing of what we assume is young Drake. We see a small child with a large afro against a baby blue […]

Doug Benson Reveals ‘Gateway Doug’ Cover Art

Comedian Doug Benson has taken to Twitter to unveil the artwork for his highly anticipated new release, Gateway Doug. Set for release July 9, which makes it the second release from Benson in under a year (third if you could GMER), Gateway Doug will feature recordings from Benson’s April 20 shows earlier this year. Recording […]

Chords + Canvas: Jordan Buckley (Every Time I Die)

Now being added to Under The Gun’s vast array of feature content is Chords + Canvas, a fresh new column written by our very own Adrian Garza. While most musicians grow tired of making noises on the instruments of their choosing, a select few will turn to other artistic outlets, and that is what this […]

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Deftones Cover Art For ‘Live: Volume 1 – Selections From Adrenaline’

Deftones shared the artwork for their first volume of the live 12? vinyl series, Live: Volume 1 – Selections From Adrenaline. This release is due to hit stores on ‘Record Store Day‘ (April 20) so be on the lookout for a copy! Check out the artwork through the Read More link provided. Live: Volume 1 […]