Metropolis Records

Metropolis Records

Official Website: http://metropolis-records.com/

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Metropolis Records is a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based record label, distributor, and mail-order store specializing in the electro-industrial, punk, synthpop, futurepop, darkwave, and gothic musical genres. The label was founded in 1995.

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Gang Of Four ft. Herbert Grönemeyer: "The Dying Rays"
Gang of Four are premiering the video for "The Dying Rays" on The AV Club today. The song comes from "What Happens Next," the band's latest…
2015-07-29 16:30:01

Membranes announce first new album in 26 years
Post-punk pioneers The Membranes have announced that they will release a new album, Dark Matter/Dark Energy on July 10, 2015 through Metropolis Records. This will be the bands first studio album since 1989's The Virgin Mary Versus Peter Sellers. The band…
2015-05-21 14:30:01

UK Decay: 'New Hope For The Dead'
Today's stream is the new album from Luton, UK-based post-punks UK Decay, New Hope For The Dead. It's officially out today on Metropolis Records and is the band's first full-length in 32 years, following up 1981's For Madmen Only.You can find it on their Punknews.org…
2013-09-10 16:00:01

Roxy Epoxy and the Rebound / Action Design (West Coast)
Roxy Epoxy and the Rebound (which of course features the former Epoxies frontwoman) and the Action Design (ex-Tsunami Bomb, Pipedown) are on the road this month touring the US west coast. The Rebound are supporting their recent Metropolis Records release Band-Aids On Bullet Holes.…
2009-08-04 15:30:01

The AKAs in the studio with Jamie Woolford
The A.K.A.s have entered the studio with Jamie Woolford of The Stereo, Animal Chin and Let Go. The band is recording for the follow up to Everybody Make Some Noise!, with plans for a summer 2009 release on an as yet unnamed label. The band will be on the Warped Tour this summer.…
2009-05-06 11:00:01

Roxy Epoxy returns with The Rebound
Former Epoxies frontwoman Roxy Epoxy will return this March with a new band dubbed Roxy Epoxy And The Rebound. The group will release a new album on March 10th titled Band-Aids On Bullet Holes on Metropolis Records. In their press release Roxy described the band: I think The Rebound are a bit more introspective than The Epoxies. The music is more intricate and is a bit more rock than pop. When the Epoxies broke up, I had a ton of material at different states of completion and finally had the time to dig into…
2009-01-15 09:00:02

Roxy Epoxy and Babette Vageena split 7-inch
Roxy Epoxy of Epoxies has released a split 7-inch with Babette Vageena, frontwoman of The Vageenas. The split is being released by Europe's Drunk And Roll and Flix Records. Check out some music on Roxy's myspace…
2008-11-25 17:00:01

The A.K.A.s to give away "Dance/Destroy" remixes
The A.K.A.s are planning to give away download cards with access to a free remix album on their upcoming tour dates. Dance/Destroy will feature dance and dub remixes of tracks from the band's recent Everybody Make Some Noise! full length. Contributors include Travis from Gym Class Heroes, Aimee Echo and Chelsea from theSTART, and Cry Tuff Council. The band has instructions on how to get the download cards…
2008-10-08 15:00:03

The A.K.A's: "Dead Flowers Forever"
The A.K.A.s have posted the latest video from their Metropolis debut, Everybody Make Some…
2008-07-08 16:05:05

The A.K.A.s: "Everybody Make Some Noise!"
Today for your streaming pleasure, we've got the long–awaited new album from The A.K.A.s. Titled Everybody Make Some Noise!, the album is the first full length from the band since White Doves & Smoking Guns was released by…
2008-04-25 16:00:03

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