Stolen Transmission

Stolen Transmission

Official Website: http://www.stolentransmisson.com/

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Island Records imprint formed by Rob Stevenson, an A&R executive responsible for the careers of Thrice, The Killers, Fall Out Boy and Sum41, and co-run with Sarah Lewitinn, a former writer for Spin magazine, a VH1 TV personality and online blogger..

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Schoolyard Heroes (1999-2009)
Horror-punk outfit Schoolyard Heroes have called it quits. The band explained their reasons in an interview with The Stranger: Steve [Bonnell] and Brian [Turner] have kind of phased themselves out over the last year or so, and it'd be weird going on with them. So our Home for the Horrordays…
2009-11-23 14:00:01

Stolen Transmission splits from Island Records
Stolen Transmission has split from their backers Island Records due to restructuring at the major label. Label co–head Sarah Lewitinn commented on her blog: Stolen Transmission started IN MY BEDROOM as an indie label putting out hand made cds of bands that me and Rob Stevenson believed in. We werent funded back then, and we were really happy. We did everything because of how much we loved music. Now that I've had my experience with Island/Def Jam, I know how…
2007-12-02 11:00:02

Win a Halloween prize package from Schoolyard Heroes
When they're not horrifying parents or making gory videos, goth/punk act Schoolyard Heroes like to watch scary movies. To that end, they would like to share three of their favorites with you on DVD, along with copies of their album, a Ouija board, a gift certificate from Hot Topic, a shirt…
2007-10-30 18:30:02

Schoolyard Heroes: "Dude, Where's My Skin"
Schoolyard Heroes have posted the new video from their controversial new album, Abominations. The video is a little gory so avoid it at work unless you work in an abattoir or something. You can find the video here.…
2007-10-25 23:20:02

Parents group protests goth/punk act Schoolyard Heroes
Female–fronted goth/punk act Schoolyard Heroes has found itself on the receiving end of criticism after a collection of concerned parents reviewed the band's website, which "horrified" them with "blood curdling lyrics" and song glorifying "death, dismemberment, murder, suicide." The story was covered here in Spin Magazine. The parents have started a petition which says, without a…
2007-09-28 13:30:02

Schoolyard Heroes: "Abominations"
Goth/punk outfit Schoolyard Heroes have posted the entirety of their new album, Abominations, which is due out September 18, 2007. The band recently confirmed new tour dates with the Birthday Massacre and Sum 41. You can check out the…
2007-09-11 17:30:04

Schoolyard Heroes: "Plastic Surgery Hall of Fame"
Goth/punk outfit Schoolyard Heroes has posted a new track. The song from Abominations which is due out September 18, 2007. The band recently confirmed new tour dates with the Birthday Massacre and Sum 41. You can check out "Plastic Surgery Hall of Fame" on their myspace page.…
2007-08-23 09:00:03

Monty Are I: "Between the Sheets"
The curiously named Monty Are I have posted the newest video from their 2006 full length, Wall of People. You can check out "Between the Sheets" right…
2007-08-15 10:00:02

Permanent Me: "Allison"
Permanent Me has posted the latest video from their new full length, After the Room Clears. The video features models Boyd Holbrook and Tiah Eckhardt and you can check out the video via…
2007-07-10 21:10:01

The Horrors: "She Is the New Thing"
UK-based The Horrors have released the latest video from their album, Strange House. The popular band is inspired by bands like The Cramps, The Damned and others. The label promises a "animated, gore-fest" and you can check out the video for yourself right here: "She is the New…
2007-06-12 09:30:02

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