Entries Tagged ‘Bridge Nine Records’

You Indie Feature: Photos of Foundation from The Wrecking Ball, Atlanta, Georgia, August 9, 2015

Foundation. the Atlanta hardcore band that announced their breakup earlier this year, performed twice at The Wrecking Ball Festival in Atlanta, Georgia,, first at an after party with Title Fight on August 8 and then mid-day on the Heaven Stage on August 9.  Fans of the band went bonkers, the band’s frontman told compelling stories [...]

H2O ready LP for Bridge Nine Records

It’s been seven years since the release of a proper full-length album from H2O (2008′s critically-acclaimed Nothing To Prove). The band’s immensely anticipated new album, Use Your Voice, will finally see the light of day on October 9 from Bridge Nine Records. Recorded once again by a dream team of Chad Gilbert (Producer, Nashville [who [...]

True Love signs to Bridge Nine Records

Bridge Nine Records has officially signed Detroit, MI straight edge hardcore band True Love. Here’s what the label had to say about the addition: “We’re thrilled to say we’ve added Detroit, Michigan, straight-edge hardcore act True Love to our roster. Likely to please any close follower of the label’s output more than a decade ago, [...]

Gallows ready 7-inch, tour (2014)

June 30 will see the welcome return of one of the most notorious and thrilling punk bands to ever come out of the UK, Gallows.  The band’s new 7-inch, Chains, will be released June 30 by Bridge Nine in the U.S.A. (and the band’s own Venn Records elsewhere) and b-side track “Wristslitter” has premiered today [...]

Backtrack announce tour dates (2014)

NY’s Backtrack are unstoppable.  The band released Lost In Life last January, toured Australia and SE Asia, supported Comeback Kid on their full U.S. “Die Knowing” tour, and are now gearing up for United Blood this weekend followed by a UK and Euro tour that starts in April.  Additionally, the band just announced a Canadian [...]

You Indie Feature: Jason Lubrano of Iron Chic

Iron Chic’s long-awaited sophomore full-length, The Constant One, ups the band’s ante, boasting nearly 40 minutes of their heartfelt, signature melodic punk with big buildups, warm harmonies, and gripping climaxes. The band tackles somewhat similar subject matter to 2010′s Not Like This with deeply embedded metaphors hinting at themes of communication, perseverance, and self-worth, This [...]

Goodtime Boys release Rain via Bridge Nine Records

The UK’s Goodtime Boys are gearing up to release their first proper full-length album, Rain,  on May 20 via Bridge Nine Records.  Rain was recorded by the band’s own Lewis Johns at The Ranch in Southampton and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side, and features some of the band’s most aggressive songs ever [...]

Bridge Nine Records sign Dead Ending

Bridge Nine Records have welcomed Chicago’s Dead Ending to their roster.  Featuring members of Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, Articles of Faith and All Eyes West, Dead Ending is a no-frills, ‘80s influenced hardcore/punk band.  Dead Ending boasts two releases already under their collective belt – 2012′s S/T EP and Dead Ending II the following year, [...]

From The Horse’s Mouth: Alex Estrada (Silver Snakes) on Year Of The Snake

Silver Snakes’ highly anticipated full-length album is finally set to hit the streets via Bridge Nine Records.  The album, which features some of the band’s darkest and most dynamic material yet, was recorded at Silver Snakes’ guitarist Alex Estrada’s studio The Earth Capital (Nails, Touche Amore, Joyce Manor).  Year Of The Snake was then mixed [...]

Shred Then Shred: Luis Hernandez of Alpha & Omega

In July, Alpha & Omega’s juggernaut second full-length album dropped via Bridge Nine.  Drawing from the influence of hardcore mainstays such as Cro Mags and Integrity as well as crossover and metal like Crowbar and Metallica, the resulting sound is one that is 100 percent their own.  No Rest, No Peace was also the first [...]