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Tooth & Nail RecordsOfficial Website: http://www.toothandnail.com
Artists with releases on this label:
Craig's Brother, MxPx, Further Seems Forever, Slick Shoes, Dogwood, Huntingtons, The Juliana Theory, Side Walk Slam, Halo Friendlies, Calibretto 13, Slow Coming Day, Holland, Lucerin Blue, Watashi Wa, Spoken, Emery, Starflyer 59, Brave Saint Saturn, Mae, Ace Troubleshooter, Project 86, Joy Electric, mewithoutYou, Anberlin, Far-Less, Discover America, Terminal, Number One Gun, The Classic Crime, Sullivan, Dead Poetic, Run Kid Run, Showbread, Ivoryline, Copeland, Underoath, As Cities Burn, Family Force 5
Tooth & Nail Records is a Seattle-based independent record label that has been around for over a decade, with close to 200 releases to their credit [as well as numerous imprint labels, the most well known of which being Solid State Records]. Tooth & Nail is best known for being the launching pad for such massively popular bands as MxPx, Further Seems Forever, The Juliana Theory, and P.O.D., as well as the breeding ground for groups that have gone onto other labels such as Slick Shoes, Stavesacre, Frodus, and Squad Five-O.
Much controversy revolves around Tooth & Nail's roster, with the brunt of the issues focusing on the bands' religious preferences. While many bands on the Tooth & Nail roster may contain members who are Christian, Tooth & Nail as an entity has never claimed to be a strictly "Christian" label. As religion has always been a hotly contested issue within punk rock, many of these groups have become - for lack of a better term - "martyred" by fans.
Underoath have announced the dates for their upcoming reunion tour in 2016. The band split up in October of 2012. Underoath’s reunited line-up is Aaron Gillespie, Grant Brandell, Spencer Chamberlain, Chris Dudley, James Smith and Tim McTague. You can click Read More for the…
Anberlin have posted a new track titled "Atonement." Find it…
Underoath (Farewell Tour)
Underoath, who announced their split earlier this month, have announced a farewell US tour.…
After 15 years together and many lineup changes, pioneering Christian metalcore outfit Underoath are calling it quits. The bad issued a press release and is also planning a retrospective compilation for November 6, 2012. They explained the split: Over the past decade or so of our lives, we have…
The Wedding: "No Direction"
New Tooth and Nail Records act The Wedding have released a video for the title track off of their upcoming album, No Direction. The album is due out September 25,…
The Wedding (ex-Letter Kills) sign to Tooth & Nail
The Wedding have signed to Tooth & Nail Records. The band formed in 2008 and includes vocalist Matt Shelton of Letter Kills. That band split up in 2006 after three years signed to Island Records. The album was produced by Jasen Rauch (Breaking Benjamin) at…
MxPx with Joe Jack Talcum: "Punk Rock Girl" (Dead Milkmen)
Video has surfaced of long-running pop-punk act MxPx-- who are touring in celebration of their 20th anniversary-- performing a cover of The Dead Milkmen's classic "Punk Rock Girl" in Philadelphia. The band is joined by the Milkmen's own Joe Jack Talcum. You can watch the video…
MxPx have announced a number of dates to celebrate the band's 20th anniversary. In addition, MxPx front man Mike Herrera will be joining up with the Warped Tour to play a handful of stops on the tour's Acoustic Basement Stage. The band released Plans Within Plans earlier this year.…
Sainthood Reps: "Monoculture"
Sainthood Reps have released their video for "Monoculture." The song comes from their 2011 album,…
Mike Herrera: "Secret Weapon" and "The Final Slowdance"
MxPx frontman Mike Herrera recently sat down with Dying Scene and recorded a pair of acoustic songs: "Secret Weapon" from the 2007 album of the same name, and "The Final Slowdance" from 1998's Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo. You can click…
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