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The Starting Line

The Starting Line May Release New Music in 2015

After speculation through the years and one-off holiday shows, it sure looks like Philadelphia, PA pop-punkers The Starting Line will be releasing some material when 2015 rings in.

This past Saturday, the band played their annual holiday show at the Trocadero in Philadelphia, and as reported by PropertyOfZack, the band announced they would be releasing new music next year. There is no official announcement on whether it would be a full-length album, an EP or otherwise.

The only new material to come out from the quartet after 2007’s Direction is their track “Luck,” which they have played …


I Am The Avalanche Announce NYC Holiday Show

Excessive drinking [of eggnog] is well in order this evening, oh I, I couldn’t imagine any other way…

Some people like to associate Christmastime and the holidays in New York City with the tree at Rockefeller Center or singing songs and playing in the snow. For some, seeing Vinnie Caruana and the gang rocking your face off does the trick.

I Am The Avalanche took to Facebook about an hour ago to announce a special holiday show at The Bowery Ballroom in Manhattan on December 26. Iron Chic and The Scandals are set to open up the bill. The band …

Four Year Strong

Four Year Strong Announce Headlining Holiday Show In Massachusetts

Four Year Strong recently announced a slew of US tour dates for this November and January. They will be hitting almost every state in the country, including a couple of cities in Canada. One of the states that is missing from both tours, though, is Massachusetts (and Washington, cough cough). Fortunately for their fans in Massachusetts, the band announced a new stop in Worcester. This stop is their “Holiday Show,” and it will take place at The Palladium on December 27. They will be joined by State Champs and A Loss For Words. You can check out the …


Lost Tape Collective Announce Holiday Show

Pop outfit Man Overboard have announced this year’s Lost Tape Collective holiday show, and the line-up is certainly a treat. Featuring Man Overboard, I Am the Avalanche, Alan Day (Four Year Strong), Seahaven, Daylight, and Citizen, this promises to be one of the best punk shows this winter.

In a statement from the band, it was revealed that there will also be a special guest and final act announced soon. Any guesses?

The talent-packed show will take place on December 15 at the Theatre Of Living Arts in Philadelphia, PA, with tickets first available Friday November 2 at noon. Hit …

Four Year Strong 2012

Four Year Strong Announce Holiday Show With Such Gold, I Hate Our Freedom, And More

New England rock outfit Four Year Strong have been relatively quiet as of late, but today they have the honor of being named the first band of 2012 to post about a holiday show (GK show does not count as it’s coming from a company and not an individual band)! On December 30, Four Year Strong will be performing at The Palladium in their hometown of Worcester, MA with support from Such Gold, Make Do And Mend, I Hate Our Freedom, and American Verse. Pre-sales for the show begin this Wednesday and will likely sell out shortly after going live. …

the early november

WATCH: The Early November’s Boston Holiday Show

The Early November ended their hiatus with a December 26 performance in Boston, MA. Miss it? Fear not, we have the footage.

Shot by the one and only AlexIsLegend, the video you will find after the jump features the entire hour-plus return of The Early November, including many fan favorites. Click through now to enjoy.

The Early November’s return was short lived, but the quickly sold tickets is proof the group still have a lot of notoriety throughout the scene. Did you make it out? Comment below and let us know!

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Man Overboard Perform “Decemberism” In Philly (1080p)

This past weekend the Lost Tape Collective Holiday Show was held at Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA and Man Overboard rocked the entire venue. They brought out their song “Decemberism,” in holiday fashion, and everyone got into the spirit with the group.

The song comes off of their album, The Human Highlight Reel, through Run For Cover Records. Footage was provided by Dan Crescenzo.

Check out this high quality (1080p) performance right here on UTG and let us know how you liked it! Sorry, the sounds a little fuzzy at some points but you certainly understand.


WATCH: Every Time I Die Premiere “Typical Miracle” In Buffalo

Every Time I Die debuted another new track at their recent holiday show and thanks to Youtube, UTG has the footage.

Supposedly entitled “Typical Miracle,” the latest material from Every Time I Die feels like a perfect continuation of the dirty rock swagger found on their recent releases, only with a few extra doses of angst added on top. You can view a video of the group performing the song after the jump.

There still is no release date or title for Every Time I Die’s highly anticipated 2012 release, but rest assured UTG will update you when information becomes …

Every Time I Die

WATCH: Security Fights With Fans At Every Time I Die’s Holiday Show

Christmas is looking a little black and blue this year following yet another caught-on-tape example of security going too far during a rock concert.

Last night, Buffalo, New York played host to Every Time I Die’s annual holiday show. As always, the show was packed and fans were losing their minds as soon as Every Time I Die hit the stage, but no one could see what would happen next.

Shortly after finishing “We’rewolf,” Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley invited fans onstage to join the group before they kicked off their encore, “Floater.” Apparently, there was a miscommunication …


Former Hush Sound Vocalist Hints At Reunion

Twitter and Facebook are buzzing this morning about the possibility of indie pop rockers The Hush Sound reuniting.

Word began to spread late last night after (former) vocalist Robert Morris tweeted the following message:

“Ok, so I think the hush sound should play again, what about @gretamorgan and @darrenthedude?”

At the time of this post (9:10 AM EST 11/3), neither Greta Morgan or Darren Wilson had responded to the comment, but fans did so in droves across social networks.

The Hush Sound originally went on hiatus in 2008 (though not official until 2009) following tours in support of their third …

The Wonder Years reveal details for upcoming June release

The Wonder Years Announce Holiday Show

The Wonder Years have announced a special holiday show in Philadelphia, PA on December 16. Joining the pop punk heroes will be Michigan Fireworks, as well as Wheatus, Into It. Over It., and Moving Mountains.

Tickets for this event went on sales earlier today. Click here to claim yours before they’re gone (and that will be very, very soon).

The Wonder Years are currently criss-crossing the country with New Found Glory and more on the Pop Punk’s Not Dead tour. If you can make any of the remaining dates, we highly encourage you to do so.

James Shotwell

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