Tooth & Nail Records

Tooth & Nail Records

http://www.toothandnail.com

Ace Troubleshooter

Ace Troubleshooter

Anberlin

Anberlin

As Cities Burn

As Cities Burn

Brave Saint Saturn

Brave Saint Saturn

Calibretto 13

Calibretto 13

Copeland

Copeland

Craig's Brother

Craig's Brother

Dead Poetic

Dead Poetic

Discover America

Discover America

Dogwood

Dogwood

Emery

Emery

Family Force 5

Family Force 5

Far-Less

Far-Less

Further Seems Forever

Further Seems Forever

Halo Friendlies

Halo Friendlies

Holland

Holland

Huntingtons

Huntingtons

Ivoryline

Ivoryline

Joy Electric

Joy Electric

Lucerin Blue

Lucerin Blue

Mae

Mae

mewithoutYou

mewithoutYou

MxPx

MxPx

Number One Gun

Number One Gun

Project 86

Project 86

Run Kid Run

Run Kid Run

Showbread

Showbread

Side Walk Slam

Side Walk Slam

Slick Shoes

Slick Shoes

Slow Coming Day

Slow Coming Day

Spoken

Spoken

Starflyer 59

Starflyer 59

Sullivan

Sullivan

Terminal

Terminal

The Classic Crime

The Classic Crime

The Juliana Theory

The Juliana Theory

Underoath

Underoath

Watashi Wa

Watashi Wa

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.