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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.
Bane (East Coast)
Bane will be on the road this January. The band released their final album Don't Wait Up earlier this year on Equal Vision…
Saves the Day's Chris Conley performs for Punks in Vegas
Fans of Saves The Day will want to head over to Punks in Vegas to check out their Vegas Stripped Down Session with frontman Chris Conley. Among the ten acoustic songs Conley performs are Saves the Day classics mixed with covers of songs by Say Anything,…
Gameface: "Mirrors" (Justin Timberlake)
Gameface has released a cover of "Mirrors," which was originally released by Justin Timberlake. "Mirrors" will be featured as a B-side track on their Regular Size 7-inch. Regular Size will be released on October 7, 2014 on Equal Vision Records. You can click…
Capsize have posted the video for "Pale." It's from their upcoming album for Equal Vision Records. It's titled The Angst in My Veins and is due out September 30, 2014 via Equal Vision…
Gameface: "Regular Size"
Gameface have posted a lyric video for the A-Side from their upcoming 7-inch. The record is titled Regular Size and is due out October 7, 2014 via Equal Vision Records. It will feature a cover of Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors" on the flip…
Say Anything / Saves The Day / Reggie and the Full Effect
Say Anything and Saves the Day have announced a co-headlining tour with support from Reggie and the Full Effect. The three bands will be celebrating anniversaries. Say Anything has the 10th anniversary of ...Is a Real Boy , Saves The Day celebrates 15 years since…
Say Anything: "Six Six Six"
Say Anything has released a video for the song "Six Six Six." The song is off of their latest release Hebrews on Equal Vision…
Idlehands: "Mellow Christ"
Equal Vision Records' imprint Headphones has signed San Diego, CA‚??s Idlehands. The experimental indie-rock quintet is also premiering a music video today, for "Mellow Christ" featuring Justin Bonifacio of Ghost…
Set It Off
Set It Off have posted tour dates for a co-headlining tour with Our Last Night with supporting acts Heartist and Stages &…
Say Anything: "Hebrews"
Say Anything have posted the title track from their forthcoming album Hebrews, due out June 10, 2014 via Equal Vision…
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