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Revelation RecordsOfficial Website: http://www.revelationrecords.com
Artists with releases on this label:
Fastbreak, The Movielife, Beth Lahicky, Gameface, Drowningman, Better than a thousand, By a Thread, Fall Silent, Pitch Black, Himsa, Shai Hulud, Curl Up and Die, Dag Nasty, Thirty-Two Frames, Christiansen, Since By Man, Elliott, Ignite, Texas Is The Reason, Garrison, On The Might Of Princes, The Nerve Agents, Gorilla Biscuits, Temper Temper, Judge, Youth of Today, The Twilight Transmission, Shook Ones, Gracer, Self Defense Family, Sinking Ships, The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower, Farside, Down to Nothing, Living Hell, Capital, Inside Out, Mouthpiece
Starting with a Warzone 7" in 1987, California label Revelation Records has been home to some of the most influential hardcore and post-hardcore bands of the past 15 years. Some of the many bands that have contributed to the label's 120+ releases include Quicksand, Texas Is The Reason, Sick Of It All, Gorilla Biscuits, Bold, Elliott, Judge, Ignite, Orange 9mm, Civ, Farside, Sense Field, Youth Of Today, Gameface, The Explosion, The Movielife, Drowningman, and literally dozens more.
Atlas Losing Grip announce new album
Atlas Losing Grip has announced that they will be releasing a new album. This album will be their third and will be released January 16, 2015 on Creator-Destructor Records/Revelation Records in the US, Canada and Mexico and also on Cargo Records in Europe and Australia. They have also released a teaser…
Forced Order joins Revelation Records
Forced Order have joined the Revelation Records. The band was formed by members of Southern California bands Twitching Tongues, Soul Search, and Harness, they boast a heavy and tight sound that's influenced by '90s Cleveland metallic hardcore bands like Integrity and In Cold Blood. The band released a demo and 7"…
Revelation signs Give
Revelation Records has signed Washington, DC-based GIVE. The band most recently recorded a new five-song 12" at the legendary Inner Ear studios in Arlington, Virginia and plans are underway for it to be released through Revelation. The band will be on tour in June including ten shows with…
Fell to Low signs to Revelation
Revelation Records has signed Ojai, California's Fell to Low. The band, who formed in 2009, previously released two 7-inches and two 10-inches. We reviewed one of the latter titled The Frontier Wit. The band is described as a "smart and angular form…
Title Fight: "Be a Toy"
Title Fight have revealed a video for "Be a Toy." It's from their new 7-inch for Revelation Records, Spring Songs. …
Texas is the Reason post three live shows
Texas is the Reason has posted three full live shows shot by Sunny Singh of hate5six. The shows are from New York's Irving Plaza from October 11, 2012, Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA in February 2012 and the band's final US show at Maxwell's in Hoboken, NJ from July 22,…
Down to Nothing: "Life on the James"
Down to Nothing have premiered a music video for the title track off their new album, Life On The…
Down to Nothing: "Life on the James"
Down to Nothing are streaming the title track from their next Revelation Records release, Life on the James, which is due out September 10,…
Down to Nothing: "No Leash"
Down to Nothing have the video for "No Leash." It's one of the songs on their next Revelation Records release, Life on the James, which is due out September 10, 2013. Find it here.…
Jason Rosenthal (1978-2013)
Jason Rosenthal, who fronted both On The Might Of Princes and The Brass, has sadly passed away at the age of 35. Rosenthal suffered a heart attack in Austin, TX Monday night, where he had been living with his girlfriend. Rosenthal was one of the progenitors of the Long Island post-hardcore scene with On The Might Of Princes, who released their final album …
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