Posts Tagged ‘sumerian’

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HOLY SH!T: Watch Asking Alexandria’s Short Film “Through Sin + Self-Destruction”!

Asking Alexandria released Through Sin + Self-Destruction, their three music video mini-movie, earlier this week via iTunes. We downloaded it right away, as did thousands of AA fans around the globe, because the video was not made available anywhere else…until now.

Thanks to a YouTube user named “izzyAfuckingA,” all of Through Sin + Self-Destruction is now available for streaming online. Knowing the way the sphinx works, it’s likely they will have this pulled before the weekend is over, so anyone wanting to wants to view the feature before spending $2 to buy a copy themselves would be wise …

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Periphery Announces New Full Length, Due July 3

Washington, DC djent-metal band Periphery announced to Guitar World that they will be releasing their newest full-length on July 3.

The band’s sophmore release will be coming out on Sumerian Records, and has yet to be titled. The metal-heads on the staff are really excited about this release, and they are sure to deliver on this follow up to their 2010 self-titled and their 2011 EP Icarus.

Are you excited about this release? Let UTG know what you think, and be sure to check back as we will be updating the site as we get more details!…

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MUSIC VIDEO: Stray From The Path – Mad Girl

Stray From The Path have released their music video for “Mad Girl” and can be viewed right here!

SFTP take the live performance aspect for the visuals and the crowd was definitely into it. Loads of energy and emotion in this song.

This song is off their latest release, Rising Sun, through Sumerian Records. Pick it up by heading over to iTunes.…

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MUSIC VIDEO: T.R.A.M. – Inverted Ballad

Rock supergroup T.R.A.M. have released the visuals for their song “Inverted Ballad” and can be viewed right here.

T.R.A.M. is comprised of Adrian Terrazas (The Mars Volta) on saxophone, flute, bass clarinet and percussion, Javier Reyes (Animals As Leaders) on guitars, Tosin Abasi (Animals As Leaders) on guitars and Eric Moore (Suicidal Tendencies) on drums. Check out this trippy video and tell us your thoughts.

The group released their debut album, Lingua Franca, on February 28 through Sumerian Records and it is incredible. Click here to pick up your copy right now!…

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I The Breather Unleash “False Profit” Video

Sumerian Records’ I The Breather have released their official music video for “False Prophet.”

Taken from the group’s recently released Truth And Purpose album, “False Profit” is a hard hitting breakdown fest with plenty of circle-pit inducing moments of bludgeoning to ensure your head is shaking for hours to come. The clip is heavy on performance shots, but they’re done well enough to keep you interested throughout. You can view the video for “False Prophet” after the jump.

I The Breather are easily one of the most underrated heavy bands of 2012. If you dig this clip, click here and …

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Kevin Lyman Confirms Mayhem Fest Cruise

Kevin Lyman has confirmed to Metal Insider that the Mayhem Fest Cruise is happening. This fest will take place from December 7 through the 11.

Bands already announced include Lamb of God, Anthrax, Jonathan Davis, Machine Head and Suicide Silence, and various late additions from Metal Blade, Sumerian, Roadrunner and Century Media. UTG will update you with ticket information in the weeks to come.

Kevin Lyman told MI his thoughts on this unique tour:
”We are just excited to get to put this together. It has been a fun process for both of us and really allows us to expand

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REVIEW: Make Me Famous – It’s Now Or Never

Artist: Make Me Famous
Album: It’s Now Or Never
Genre: Hard Rock
Label: Sumerian

Sumerian Records recently signed Ukrainian natives Make Me Famous, and there has been quite a bit of buzz and hype surrounding the band. I’ll say that I have been following them for quite some time now, I was intrigued by their singles “Once You Killed A Cow, You Gotta Make A Burger” & “I’m A Traitor No One Does Care” (at least that’s how it was originally) and was a fan ever since.…

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REVIEW: Upon A Burning Body – Red. White. Green.

Artist: Upon A Burning Body
Album: Red. White. Green.
Genre: Metalcore
Label: Sumerian

The farther we plunge into 2012, the clearer it becomes that the tides of the industry are again undergoing change. The metalcore and post hardcore sound that so heavily dominated the alternative scene over the last half decade has begun to sound dull on the ears of even the most diehard fans, leaving dozens of bands with slipping sales and increased competition for worthwhile tour packages. It had to happen at some point I guess, and just like the resurgence of pop punk over the past few …

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UTG Metal Review Roundup (April 2012)

UTG METAL REVIEW ROUNDUP. This column is exactly as simple as it sounds. Lots of metal albums come out and resident metalhead Jordan Munson is here to give you the skinny on a litany of these albums. No frills, no extra, no nonsense–just the information you need to know.

Demon Hunter – True Defiance

Demon Hunter show just why they’ve had such lasting success on their latest album, True Defiance. An incredibly well-balanced mix of metal styles with a familiar accessibility of many “radio metal” acts. Ryan Clark’s signature vocal sound and style paired with a litany of tasteful …

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LYRIC VIDEO: Make Me Famous – Blind Date 101

Hardcore outfit Make Me Famous have dropped the brand new lyric video for their song “Blind Date 101″ and can be viewed through the jump.

This song is off of the group’s new release, It’s Now Or Never, via Sumerian Records. The material is undoubtedly heavier than previous outings so be sure to check it out.

Please give this song a spin by simply heading through the jump and let Under The Gun Review know how you feel about their latest material!…

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MUSIC VIDEO: Upon A Burning Body – Once Upon a Time in Mexico

San Antonio metal outfit Upon A Burning Body have released the punishing new music video for their song “Once Upon a Time in Mexico” and can be viewed right here on Under The Gun Review!

This video was shot in an abandoned building and shows UABB going harder than ever. Red, White, & Green hits stores in April through Sumerian Records. Stay tuned for details, streams, and more in the coming weeks.

Please check out these awesome visuals by heading through the jump and comment with your thoughts.…

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REVIEW: Stick To Your Guns – Diamond

Artist: Stick To Your Guns
Album: Diamond
Genre: Post hardcore
Label: Sumerian

The realm of post hardcore music has spent the past decade slowly spiraling into a pit of clichés and fashion statements. No one is authentic; everyone is inspired by the latest fad in pop culture, and more often than not it seems that bands spend more time creating merchandise than meaningful music. Given the state of the industry, it makes sense that some would cash in while they can, but that in no way justifies such action, and it’s the support of such artists that has lead to …