Job For A Cowboy Announce New Album, Stream “Sun of Nihility”

Death metal outfit Job For A Cowboy have progressed mightily with each release since their infamous deathcore days, and after today’s news, it appears that trend is set to continue. The Arizonan band have announced plans to release Sun Eater, their fourth full-length record, on November 11 via Metal Blade Records. Of course, pre-order options are now available here for those who want to go ahead and secure their copy.

Along with the big reveal, JFAC also have released a brand new single. Entitled “Sun of Nihility,” the track is undoubtedly some of the band’s most complex (and best) …

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Required Listening: Weezer – “The British Are Coming”

Weezer have shared another song off their highly-anticipated new studio album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End.

There is no question whether or not Weezer fans will buy the group’s upcoming new album. The only question that remains at this point is how well the record will be received by those who have supported the band over the last two decades. The first two singles, “Back To The Shack” and “Cleopatra,” told us the fun-loving band we have all loved for years are still as hip as ever, but it’s their latest release that …

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From Indian Lakes Share Another New Song Called “Breathe, Desperately”

If you haven’t noticed how great From Indian Lakes is by now, despite my uncertainty of how and why, after listening to “Breathe, Desperately,” you won’t be able to ignore it any longer. With both videos for “Ghost” and “Sleeping Limbs,” the band’s new album Absent Sounds should be all over your radar and should be your most anticipated album for the remainder of the year.

Filled with full and melodic guitar parts from beginning to end, in-your-face drum fills and rhythms, and the majestic, yet subtle voice of Joey Vannuchi, the song delivers literally everything …


All The Cool Kids Are Falling With Tove Lo’s “Thousand Miles”

Swedish pop star Tove Lo is ramping up promotion for the September 30 release of her debut album by sharing a new song titled “Thousand Miles.”

Tove Lo has always promoted herself as an honest pop artist. Where many singers and songwriters attempt to find mainstream appeal with stories that everyone can relate to, Tove Lo chooses to use her own experiences to fuel the writing that goes into her songs. When you hear of someone having their heart broken, you know it’s either Tove Lo or someone she dated. It’s real, and in my opinion that is what makes …

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Such Gold Announce New Album ‘The New Sidewalk’; Premiere New Song “Faced”

Rochester, NY melodic hardcore band Such Gold have been quiet in the past year recording their follow-up to their highly praised 2012 full-length debut Misadventures. Today, the band has announced that a new record is on the horizon for the quartet and the sophomore effort will be named The New Sidewalk.

The anticipated album will be released on November 10 via Razor & Tie Records and it was produced by the famous Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Rise Against, A Wilhelm Scream) at his The Blasting Room studios in Fort Collins, CO. Here is what vocalist/guitarist Ben Kotin told AltPress

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Watch the Video for Night Terrors of 1927′s “When You Were Mine”

Night Terrors of 1927 have a new EP out today. With the effort, they’ve released a lyric video for their song with Tegan & Sara, called “When You Were Mine.”

It sounds like what you would get if you soaked up The Killers and m83 into a sponge and then slowly let it drip out into your ears. It’s brilliant. Filled with nostalgia and a distinct pop sensibility, you will find yourself loving every minute of it, while you sing the chorus with the group. It could become the perfect anthem for the Fall, as we slowly begin to miss …

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Young Statues Stream “Run The River Dry”

Young Statues impressed many last spring with the release of their EP, Age Isn’t Ours, and now they’re ready to do it all over again with a new sound and new full-length titled The Flatlands Are Your Friend.

After giving a listen to the album’s lead single that Stereogum streamed this morning, it’s easy to hear and recognize the evolution undertaken by this Philadelphia quartet. Some might cry foul at the band’s steps taken towards a more atmospheric sound, but we beg to differ. “Run The River Dry” can be checked out following the jump.

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Required Listening: Florida Georgia Line – “Anything Goes”

“Alabama on the boombox, Baby. Bout to get a little boondocks crazy…”

Country megastars Florida Georgia Line have released the title track from their highly-anticipated new album in advance of the record’s October 14 release.

Anything Goes” was originally teased at the beginning of September when videos of Florida Georgia Line performing the song in concert began to appear online. The group responded to the videos by sharing a quick snippet of the song, which has since become one of the most read posts of the month on UTG. Today, just a week after releasing the promotional track …


Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Stream “Canyon Moon”

The self-titled album release from Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness is right around the corner, and earlier today fans received another taste of the record when the song “Canyon Moon” found its way online.

At this point it seems hard to believe anyone reading this is unfamiliar with the sound and style presented by Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. It’s not a great departure from McMahon‘s earlier work, but their is a sense of grown up perspective running throughout the songs released so far that adds a nice twist of maturity to the whole affair. Andrew is not the …


Post Season Share “It’s All Part Of It,” Launch EP Pre-orders

Pennsylvania based pop punk outfit Post Season have been one of our favorite under the radar acts for quite a while, but it feels like they may soon have the time in the spotlight we know they deserve thanks to the upcoming release of a brand new EP. We haven’t heard the album in full just yet, but we do have a new single to share that might just knock you on your ass (in the best possible way).

“It’s All Part Of It” made its way online at the tail end of last week. The song, which was released …

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Songs For The Season: Fall Playlist

Autumn may be the most visually rewarding season that nature has gifted us. While all the other seasons are sure to give it a fair fight, there is something about the orange, red, and yellow change in the leaves that gift us new enlightenment and invigoration in the natural world around us.

But what would the striking change in season be without the illumination of sonic assistance? Entering our third playlist for the seasons, UTG is happy to present to you our favorite songs to pair with the crisping air, a nice glass of apple cider, and of course, pumpkin …


Required Listening: Kendrick Lamar – “I”

There is an entire generation walking the planet today who may have very well lived their entire lives without knowing of or listening to the work of The Isley Brothers. Thanks to Kendrick Lamar however, that is about to change.

This morning, Kendrick Lamar broke his long-standing radio silence with the release of a new song titled “I.” The track, which samples the Isley Brothers’ “That Lady,” is the first track to surface from the Compton raised artist since the release of his debut album nearly two years back. You can stream the song, in full, at the end of …