UTG PHOTOS: EELS Serenade The Moore in Seattle (6/7/14)

Under the Gun Review sent photographer Xander Deccio to The Moore in Seattle, WA on June 7, 2014. When it comes to EELS, only one thing comes to mind: their 1996 hit “Novocaine For The Soul.” While it was played frequently on MTV in the mid ’90s, and was a staple in many mixtapes–yes, we […]

Eels Announce North American Tour

In two months, Mark Oliver Everett will come back to the front of our minds with his new Eels album, The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett. The 13-track record will be released on Everett’s own E Works imprint April 22. It looks like we’ll get the chance to process the new songs a bit before hearing them […]

Eels’ Frontman Shares “Agatha Chang” Off Very Personal Solo Album

Alt-rock group Eels‘ frontman Mark Oliver Everett announced a little while ago that he would be releasing the very personal The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett. According to a press release, the 13-track LP is an “extraordinarily vivid and intimate document of a personal struggle,” and now we get a taste of it with […]

Eels To Release 10th Studio Album: ‘Wonderful, Glorious’

In terms of sadness you have nothing on Eels. Coming off a trio of breakup albums (Hombre Lobo, End Times and Tomorrow Morning) E and company are looking to release their 10th studio album Wonderful, Glorious on February 5, 2013. Judging from the track listing, which can be seen after the jump, would indicate no […]

My Top Ten

My Top Ten: Animal Bands

Without question, band names come in trends: “The” bands, Number bands. Animal bands, however, seems to have survived the test of time, spanning back as far as I can remember. Below, I have listed what I believe to be My Top Ten bands with an animal in the title. Again, the rules are simple: Pick […]

My Top Ten

My Top Ten: Songs About Death

About two years ago, I attempted to start My Top Ten as the Editor-In-Chief of Sadly, burdened by the overwhelming duties of running a site, I was unable to maintain the feature in the manner it deserved. However, in my new role as a staff writer at Under the Gun, I wanted to attempt […]