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Eminem Returns Home in New “Detroit vs Everybody” Video

This past November, Eminem graced us with “Detroit vs Everybody,” a guest-heavy track that paid homage to the rap icon’s roots. Now, nearly two months after the release of Shady XV, Em and friends have provided the single with some visuals, which you can check out by following the jump below.

Announced yesterday evening via Eminem’s manager Paul Rosenberg, the black and white clip follows the Grammy Award-winning rapper around his hometown while showcasing a number of notable landmarks along the way. If you dig it, let us know in the comments section.

Shady XV hit shelves on November …

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UTG PREMIERE: Variants – “Idle Eyes” (Studio Performance)

The weekend is just around the corner, and if you’re anything like us you’re in need of the perfect soundtrack to help say goodbye to the work week. We don’t make music ourselves, but thanks to the talented men of Variants we have just the record for you.

Today, for the first time in our history, UTG is thrilled to partner with up-and-coming rock act Variants to premiere a video featuring a studio performance of their song “Idle Eyes.” We’re also excited to announce that the band’s debut record, The Concept of Color, is free for a limited time

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UTG INTERVIEW: The Great Escape Discuss Influences, California and Their Debut LP

California’s The Great Escape is sure to be on the rise in 2015. With a strong debut under their belts, only beginning to make the rounds, the three-piece are poised to take the jam-rock world by storm, with the powerful vocal presence of Amie Miriello leading the charge. With Malte Hagemeister on guitar and Kristian Nord on drums, collectively laying the foundation, the band draws influences from Woodstock-era luminaries like Hendrix, Joplin, and Cream and fuses them with a modern twist that would appeal to fans of The Black Keys and The Dead Weather as well.

With their Ram Jam-ish …

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Interpol Release New Music Video For “Everything Is Wrong”

NYC-based rock outfit Interpol put out their fifth studio album, entitled El Pintor, in September of last year. This album is their first record released since the departure of their bassist, Carlos Dengler. Today, they have just released a new music video for “Everything Is Wrong,” the fifth track off of the aforementioned record.

The spirited, black and white music video, which you can check out below, was directed by their lead singer and newly-appointed bassist Paul Banks.

In addition to the new music video, Interpol have also recently unveiled their tour dates up until July, all of which …

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UTG VIDEO PREMIERE: Ivory Deville – “Drain Pipe” (Live)

Just a month after releasing their incredible debut album, Ivory Deville have partnered with UTG to share a live video that you won’t soon forget.

If you don’t know the name Ivory Deville just yet, don’t fret. Though the band has been getting a lot of love from critics in recent weeks they are still very much working their way into the public conscious. To help with that effort, the band asked fans to help them fund the production of four live performance videos, which are set to debut at various point throughout 2015. UTG is thrilled to host the …

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Revision, Revised Unleash Music Video For “Clocksweeper”

Ohio metalcore outfit Revision, Revised are creating their own wavelengths. I say this because their music shreds progressions unbeknownst to man and have vocals that go from plain scary to seemingly influenced by Asking Alexandria. Moreover, these newcomers in the metalcore genre are letting the world know who they are.

The band have finished recording their debut EP, Dead Icons, with respected producer Joey Sturgis (The Devil Wears Prada, Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men) and it should not be overlooked. With this, the band has also released a new music video via BlankTV for the track “Clocksweeper,” and …

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G-Eazy Releases “Tumblr Girls” Music Video

Just a week after sharing “Downtown Love,” Bay Area rapper G-Eazy has released the official music video for “Tumblr Girls.”

There was a time when it seemed like “Tumblr Girls” would be a free single that was forgotten almost as fast as it surfaced. G released the track in early 2014 to keep fans excited for These Things Happen, but at the time it appeared as if the song was left off the album for one reason or another. The track found its way back onto TTH by the time it hit stores, and ever since it …

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Motley Crue Stream Final Single (Ever), “All Bad Things”

Motley Crue made headlines earlier this week when they revealed a slew of new tour dates that will extend their final tour as a band until New Year’s Eve 2015. Last night, they took the hype surrounding their final bow one step further by sharing the video for their final single ever. Much to our surprise, it kind of rocks.

“All Bad Things” is a track born out of the singles that made Motley Crue a household name. It’s a fun, riff-heavy rock thrill ride that boasts a catchy chorus even your grandmother could learn in a single refrain. On …

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Check Out MASSiVE’s Music Video For “Lead Hands” Feat. Landon Tewers

MASSiVE are a five-piece metalcore outfit based out of Nanuet, New York. The group hasn’t been together long, but they are already poised to make a name for themselves. They have recorded a handful of songs since their inception, and earlier today they teamed up with Substream Magazine to premiere the music video for another new track. The song is titled “Lead Hands,” and it features guest vocals by The Plot In You‘s frontman Landon Tewers. You can check out the video below.

The song starts off with some video clips of news stories talking about police brutality, which …

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Unearth Throw Down In New Video For “The Swarm”

Unearth are one of the metalcore staples that have never ceased to impress within any of the six studio albums they have released, with their latest album, Watchers Of Rule, dropping back in October via eOne.

After debuting “The Swarm” as a single for the album, it wasn’t surprising that the band unleashed pure hell in the song with their relentless riffing and scary vocals. To give a better picture of the song, the band released a music video for “The Swarm” which premiered today over at Metal Injection. The video shows the band performing the …

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Salt Cathedral Reveal Music Video For “Holy Soul”

One of my favorite albums of 2014 was by an indie outfit by the name of Salt Cathedral. The album, titled Oom Velt, has some stellar songs on it, including “Holy Soul.” Now that the album has been out for a few months, the band has finally revealed the music video for that track. The video can be seen below.

The video for “Holy Soul” will tug at your heartstrings as it follows a young man who’s working alone in an empty hotel. You can see the loneliness in his eyes as he daydreams of being anywhere but …

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Shapes & Colors Announce New EP, Release “Rise” Music Video

After a successful crowdfunding campaign, the Michigan band Shapes & Colors took off to record their upcoming release with producer Aaron Sprinkle.

Months later, the band has returned with a brand new music video from the EP, as well as a release date.

On Display will arrive on March 3, and meanwhile, fans can check out the official video for the song “Rise.”

Stream the official video for “Rise” below the jump and share your thoughts on the new Shapes & Colors:…