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Equal Vision RecordsOfficial Website: http://www.equalvision.com
Artists with releases on this label:
Liars Academy, Trial, Saves the Day, Fairweather, One King Down, Give Up the Ghost, The Hope Conspiracy, Drowningman, Converge, As Friends Rust, Bane, Coheed and Cambria, Time In Malta, The Stryder, Alexisonfire, Prevent Falls, The Killing Flame, Armor For Sleep, This Day Forward, Bear Vs Shark, Black Cross, Fear Before, Silent Drive, Vaux, Before Today, The Snake The Cross The Crown, Codeseven, Bars, Endicott, Good Clean Fun, Circa Survive, Seemless, Weerd Science, Chiodos, The Fall Of Troy, Versus the Mirror, Fivespeed, Boy Sets Fire, YouInSeries, Betrayed, 108, Alive in Wild Paint, Jonah Matranga, Dustin Kensrue, Dear and the Headlights, Damiera, The Prize Fighter Inferno, The Sound of Animals Fighting, Modern Life Is War, The Color Fred, Closure in Moscow, CIV, Therefore I Am, Portugal. The Man, This Time Next Year, Say Anything
Equal Vision Records was founded in the early 1990s by Ray Cappo (Youth of Today, Shelter, Better Than 1000). In the beginning the label existed solely to distribute Shelter releases, but after label manager Steve Reddy bought EVR from Cappo in 1992, the focus was expanded and a wider variety of bands were brought on board. The mid-to-late '90s saw a redoubling of the Equal Vision's hardcore efforts with such signings as One King Down, Ten Yard Fight, and Floorpunch. By the end of the '90s EVR found itself with an impressive stable of hardcore and punk bands, having added Bane, Trial, Converge and Saves the Day to its roster in the latter part of the decade.
HRVRD / Silver Snakes
HRVRD have announced some July headlining dates with support from Silver Snakes. The shows begin almost immediately after they wrap up their tour with Say…
Eisley stream 'Currents,' issue statement on not meeting Kickstarter goal
Eisley's new album Currents can be heard in full over at Pandora. The album is due out next week via Equal Vision Records; they'll be supporting it on tour with Say Anything,…
Pierce The Veil: "Bulls in the Bronx"
Pierce The Veil have posted their video for "Bulls in the Bronx." It was directed by Drew Russ and shot on location in Pasadena.…
Say Anything / Eisley / HRVRD / Northern Faces
Say Anything has announced the Rarities and More Tour. As the name implies, the tour is inspired by the band's recent released three disc collection of remastered B-sides and rarities and the jaunt will be supported by Eisley, HRVRD, and on separate legs by Northern Faces and…
The Dear Hunter: "An Escape"
The Dear Hunter have released a new song entitled "An Escape". The track comes from their upcoming release, Migrant, which is due out April 2, 2013 via Equal Vision Records. The group are also releasing their first live…
Texas in July: "Bed of Nails"
Texas in July has released a music video for their song "Bed of Nails," from their recently released self-titled…
For All I Am: 'Skinwalker'
For All I Am have a stream for their upcoming debut for Equal Vision Records titled Skinwalker and due out January 22,…
Max Bemis (Say Anything) release comic about bi-polar superhero
Max Bemis of Say Anything has announced plans to release his first comic series through Boom! Studios. The series, titled Polarity, which features protagonist Timothy Woods suffering from a bi-polar disorder, but for whom medication is repressing his super-powers. The series kicks off on April and each issue will include a download code for an original song from Bemis. Boom! described…
Circa Survive / Minus the Bear
Circa Survive and Minus the Bear have announced a co-headlining tour for the spring, called "Waves Overhead." The bands will be supported by Now,…
Circa Survive: "Sharp Practice"
Circa Survive are premiering their video for "Sharp…
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