Eyeball Records


Best known for discovering Thursday [and later My Chemical Romance], New York label Eyeball Records has been putting out records since the mid-nineties. They've worked with such bands as H2O, The Casualties, Gameface, and Midtown, and currently house one of the indie scene's biggest buzz bands - Murder By Death. Rise Against side project The Killing Tree also currently calls Eyeball home.

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Thursday announce 'Waiting The 15-Year Anniversary Expanded Edition'
Thursday have announced a deluxe reissue of their full length debut, Waiting . Due out March 24, 2015, it includes the original album remastered and repackaged with all-new original artwork, as well as liner notes penned by frontman Geoff Rickly. The package features a deluxe die-cut CD and LP sleeve featuring the dove logo, and three…
2015-02-18 16:30:01

The Casting Out going on indefinite hiatus
According to a post over at Destiny Tourbooking, The Casting Out will be going on what can only be ascertained as an indefinite hiatus. Frontman Nathan Gray had this to say about the matter: "the casting out broke up??? well,…
2010-09-30 11:30:02

The Casting Out (Europe)
The Casting Out will be heading to Europe in a couple of days for three weeks of gigs. The band's sophomore full-length and debut for Eyeball Records is expected out later this…
2010-05-10 15:00:02

The Casting Out: "The Power and the Glory"
The Casting Out have posted a new song from their upcoming second full length. The self-titled full length follows up the band's debut, Go Crazy! Throw Fireworks!, released in 2009. Check out "The Power and the Glory" on their…
2010-04-19 15:00:01

The Casting Out enter studio to record second full-length
The Casting Out have entered Clay Creek Studios in Newark, DE to record their sophomore full-length and first for their new label, Eyeball Records. Chad Istivan (formerly of Boy Sets Fire) and Nick Rotundo will be producing the album. The band had this to say about their progress thus…
2010-02-03 15:30:02

Eyeball Records signs The Forecast
Peoria, IL's The Forecast have signed to Eyeball Records; the label will release the band's upcoming self-titled album on February 16, 2010. Once out, it'll follow up 2006's In the Shadow of Two Gunmen, the last of two records the band released through…
2010-01-12 13:00:01

The Casting Out sign to Eyeball Records
Eyeball Records has signed Newark DE's The Casting Out. The band, which features former vocalist of Boy Sets Fire Nathan Gray, released Go Crazy! Throw Fireworks! in 2009 through Fail Safe Records. The…
2010-01-06 11:00:01

The Number Twelve Looks Like You (2000-2009)
Bergen County, NJ's The Number Twelve Looks Like You have called it quits. Lead guitarist Alex Pareja cited "many ongoing issues and the slow deteriorating of the band" as the reasons for the breakup: The band was never rich/famous and that was not the goal. We desired…
2009-12-15 15:00:01

The Blackout Pact: "Track 02"
The Blackout Pact have posted a song from their upcoming final EP. Wolves In The Lazarette is due out this fall on Eyeball Records (CD) and Tired Owl Records (vinyl), and you can check out "Track 02" at the band's…
2009-07-30 13:00:01

Eyeball signs Red City Radio
Eyeball Records has signed Red City Radio. The Oklahoma City-based punk band released a new EP earlier this month titled To the Sons and Daughters of Woody Guthrie. They will be hitting The Fest this fall. You can find music on their myspace page.…
2009-06-19 18:30:02

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