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Ferret RecordsOfficial Website: http://www.ferretstyle.com/
Artists with releases on this label:
Stretch Arm Strong, From Autumn To Ashes, The Rise, A Static Lullaby, Remembering Never, Scarlet, Every Time I Die, Blood Has Been Shed, Boys Night Out, Funeral For A Friend, Misery Signals, The Break, Skycamefalling, Lovehatehero, A Life Once Lost, The Banner, Twelve Tribes, In Flames, Ligeia, Madball, Dead Hearts, Zao, Poison the Well, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, Full Blown Chaos, Gwen Stacy, Killswitch Engage, Eternal Lord, Hellmouth
From Autumn To Ashes. A Static Lullaby. The Bronx. Funeral For A Friend. Martyr AD. Killswitch Engage. What do they all have in common? They all started on Ferret Records and have moved onto bigger labels since [Vagrant, Columbia, Island, Sony, Victory, and Roadrunner, respectively].
Ferret has had its pulse on the newest things in the underground hardcore scene for the past few years. Even after all the aforementioned bands vacated the label for greener pastures, Ferret is still the current home for hot bands of the moment Every Time I Die, Boys Night Out, and Scarlet. The label also recently acquired the reformed Zao.
Misery Signals / Corelia
Misery Signals are hitting the road next month, and will be bringing Corelia along for the…
The Devil Wars Prada / As I Lay Dying (North America)
The Devil Wears Prada and As I Lay Dying have announced a co-headlining tour kicking off in February. The band will be joined by For Today, The Color Morale and The Chariot at various points on…
The Devil Wears Prada: "Mammoth"
The Devil Wears Prada have posted their video for "Mammoth." It's from Dead & Alive, the recent live album from the…
The Devil Wears Prada: "Vengeance"
The Devil Wears Prada have posted their video for "Vengeance" from their 2011 album, Dead Throne. The video was shot during the US leg of the Dead Throne tour while in Worcester,…
The Devil Wears Prada / Whitechapel / Enter Shikari / For Today
In anticipation of their forthcoming album, Dead Throne, due out September 13, 2011, The Devil Wears Prada have announced a headlining tour with support to be provided by Whitechapel, Enter Shikari, and For Today. You can click Read…
The Devil Wears Prada: "Born to Lose"
The Devil Wears Prada have posted a song from their upcoming, as-yet-untitled new album. It's due out September 13, 2011 and was produced by Adam Dutkiewicz. Find the song here.…
Poison the Well taking a hiatus
Poison The Well have announced an indefinite hiatus. The long-running hardcore/metal outfit explained: So, after twelve years of being a band, countless tours around the world and records being released, we have made the decision to take some time to explore other interests in our lives. We've all reached a point where we feel like we need to take a step back from the band and pursue other things. PTW has been an all encompassing, full time thing for such a long period that this isn't an easy thing to do. We want to thank everyone who…
The Devil Wears Prada: "Outnumbered"
The Devil Wears Prada have posted a new song from their upcoming EP, Zombie. It is due out August 24, 2010. Check it out on their MySpace…
The Almost: "Free Fallin' (Tom Petty)"
Spin is hosting a cover of Tom Petty's"Free Fallin'" as performed by The Almost. The song will appear on the upcoming Punk Goes Classic Rock due out April 27, 2010. The Almost is the project from Aaron Gillespie of Underoath. Check out "Free Fallin'" right…
The Banner (1999-2010)
Bloomfield, NJ's The Banner have called it a day. The band offered a drama-free explanation via MySpace: "Alright as im sure you may have guessed The Banner is embarking on our Swan song. Theres no drama or nothing its just we pretty much did everything i wished to do and id like to bow out as gracefully as we are…
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