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Reflections Records started in 1994 as a small fanzine, and after great growth created a 7" compilation for a particular issue in 1998. The success of the release led to a full-fledged label, which is now the biggest hardcore label in Europe.
While Reflections is responsible for distributing a number of large-scale North American acts in Europe such as Give Up the Ghost (Equal Vision) and Kill Your Idols (SideOneDummy), they have also signed and put out releases from several well-established bands themselves, such as Dead Hearts (now on Ferret) and, most recently, November Coming Fire.
Reflections adds Inherit, Suffering Quota
Reflections Records has added two new bands to their roster: London-based Inherit and Suffering Quota from Groningen, The Netherlands. The former plans to release a new 7-inch this fall and the latter will be issuing a new 12-inch this winter. More info is available at the label's…
Sick of it All's first two albums to be reissued on vinyl
Reflections Records has announced plans to reissue the first two albums from Sick Of It All on vinyl. Both 1989's Blood, Sweat, and No Tears and 1992's Just look Around will be reissued with original artwork and gatefold sleeves, with each release limited to 500 copies. No release dates have been…
Reflections signs Skull Crusher
Reflections Records has signed New York City-based hardcore act Skull Crusher. The band promises a sound informed by "Cro-Mags, early Metallica, Danzig, The Icemen, Underdog, Raw Deal, Judge, and Rollins Band." The label will begin by releasing their debut 12-inch/MCD, Blinded By Illusion in February. Check out some music on their MySpace page.…
Annihilation Time (Europe)
Annihilation Time has posted the dates for a European tour kicking off June in Amsterdam. The band is currently at work writing new…
Ritual: "Somewhere in the Rain," "The City Lies in Quiet Sleep"
Ritual has posted two new tracks online. The songs will appear on the bands forthcoming release Beneath Aging Flesh and Bone. You can check out "Somewhere in the Rain" and "The City Lies in Quiet Sleep" on…
Paint It Black Tour Journal: Episode 1
Philadelphia's Paint It Black recently began a European tour in support of their latest, critically-acclaimed full length. New Lexicon. They are joined on the trek by Trash Talk Both Paint It Black and Trash…
No Turning Back: "Do You Care?"
Long–running dutch hardcore act No Turning Back have released the new video from their brand new full length. The record is titled Stronger and was released on April 14, 2008. It is the follow–up to Holding On which was released in 2006. The album was recorded with Dirk Miers at De Studio and Alan Douches at West West Side. …
No Turning Back set to release new album
Long–running dutch hardcore act No Turning Back have announced plans to release a new album this April. The record is titled Stronger and is due out April 14, 2008. It is the follow–up to Holding On which was released in 2006. The album was recorded with Dirk Miers at De Studio and Alan Douches at West West Side. Music from the album is expected to surface shortly.…
Reflections signs Wraith
Reflections Records has signed Cardiff, UK's Wraith. The label compares their sound to Neurosis, Tragedy and Fad Gadget. A limited edition 7" / digital download EP is set for an early 2008 release with a debut full length arriving later in the year.…
Terror have posted a new song from their upcoming EP. The record is titled Rhythm Amongst the Chaos EP and is due out October 30, 2007. The band is also promising a November/December tour alongside Chimaira, Kataklysm and Divine Heresy with occasional shows featuring The End. You can check out "Disconnected" on their myspace page. You can find the artwork on the release…
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