Disaster Records


Pro skateboarding legend Duane Peters, frontman of the US Bombs and Exploding Fuck Dolls, along with Patrick Boissel of Bomp! Records started the Disaster imprint in 2000. It's catalogue includes Die Hunns, Union 13, The Kings Of Nuthin' and Peters' Old Skars and Upstarts series of street punk compilations.

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Duane Peters arrested on felony charges
OC Weekley is reporting that veteran punk musician and pro skateboarder Duane Peters (of US Bombs, Die Hunns, Exploding Fuck Dolls, The Duane Peters Gunfight and many other projects) was arrested by the Long Beach…
2014-02-09 15:05:01

The HollowPoints / Dreadful Children
The HollowPoints have announced their upcoming tour dates. The band is touring in support of their Disaster records album, the Black Spot. The band will be joined on various dates by a number of acts including Dead To Me, Dreadful Children to Die…
2007-02-21 22:00:02

Civet, The Breakdowns, Sledgeback in "Punk Rock Circus" documentary
Disaster Records act Civet are the subject of a new documentary from Crazy Cow Productions titled Punk Rock Circus. The all female act is featured along with recent tourmates, Seattle's Sledgeback and Los Angeles' the Breakdowns. You can check out the trailer…
2006-08-22 09:35:02

HollowPoints on the road
The HollowPoints are back home in the Seattle area this summer and will be playing a number of shows on the wast coast. Come October the band will be in Europe for a tour (dates to be announced). The band is supporting their recent Disaster Records release The Black Spot. …
2006-06-25 18:40:02

Civet / Sledgeback / the Breakdowns
Disaster Records act Civet are headed out on tour later this month with Seattle's Sledgeback and Los Angeles' the Breakdowns for the "Black Limousines Tour." Civet is supporting their 2005 full length Massacre, which netted them a "best punk band" nomination from last year's…
2006-06-17 19:30:02

Upcoming Civet Shows
Disaster Records quartet Civet have announced a number of shows for the coming month in support of their latest record Massacre. The Southern Californian band released the Duane Peters produced full length in 2005, resulting in a nomination for "best punk band" from last year's LA Weekly awards. …
2006-01-29 20:30:01

HollowPoints Californian shows
This weekend Seattle's HollowPoints kicked off few week of shows in California. The band is supporting their 2005 Disaster Records release The Black Spot. In addition to these shows the band is planning a European tour in April. Specific dates for that outing have not yet been announced.…
2006-01-29 14:45:02

U.S. Bombs to release new 7" on Disaster in February
U.S. Bombs will release a new two track 7" in February via Duane Peters' own Disaster Records. The release, titled We Are The Problem features some of the band's first new material since 2003's Covert Action. You can check out the cover art now on the label's website. Late last year the band signed with Thorp Records…
2006-01-27 04:35:02

Die Hunns / Kings of Nothin' / Black Halos / Angel City Outcasts
Duane Peters' Disaster Records has announced the lineup for the 2005 Old Skars & Upstarts Tour. Starting on September 2nd a line up of Die Hunns, the Kings of Nuthin', the Black Halos and the Angel City Outcasts will be on the road throughout the US. The dates and routing have been announced, so…
2005-07-21 18:04:27

Duane Peters Gunfight / Circle Jerks
The Duane Peters Gunfight and the Circle Jerks will be touring the US west coast together this July. The DP Gunfight are supporting their recently released debut full length on Disaster Records. This past January the Circle Jerks released a live DVD as part of…
2005-06-12 14:27:25

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