Rise Records has signed legendary hardcore band 7 Seconds to its family of artists. Forming in Reno, NV in January 1980, 7 Seconds was the originator of the West Coast Hardcore sound that influenced just about every hardcore band including; Youth of Today, Gorilla Biscuits and modern day bands like Title Fight and American Nightmare. [...]
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Face to Face have posted additional tour dates for the U.S. supporting their latest release Three Chords And A Half Truth on Rise Records. Date City Venue 04/24/13 Reno, NV Knitting Factory 04/25/13 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot * 04/26/13 Englewood, CO Gothic Theater * 04/27/13 Englewood, CO Gothic Theater * 04/28/13 Colorado Springs, [...]
Rise Records is proud to announce the signing of East Bay punk band Emily’s Army, who will release their sophomore album Lost At Seventeen on June 11. The album was recorded in Oakland, CA and produced by Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong. Emily’s Army is comprised of Cole Becker (vocals/guitar), Max Becker (vocals/bass), Travis Neumann [...]
Rise Records label mates Make Do and Mend (Hartford, CT) and Cheap Girls (Lansing, MI) are teaming up for a spring co-headline tour with support from Diamond Youth (Baltimore, MD) starting May 17 in Brooklyn, NY. The tour runs through June 16, winding down in Cambridge, MA. Make Do and Mend’s latest LP All That [...]
New Jersey punks Man Overboard have announced that their next LP for Rise Records/Lost Tape Collective is complete. The band spent January and early February tracking the record with producer Steve Klein (of New Found Glory) and engineer Will Yip (Circa Survive, Title Fight) in Conshohocken, PA at Studio4. They released a documentary in conjunction [...]
Face to Face have announced that they have signed to Rise Records. They will release their upcoming album, Three Chords And A Half Truth, through the label on April 9.
Transit have announced that they will release their upcoming album, Young New England on April 2 via Rise Records. Listen to a brand new song, “Nothing Lasts Forever,” below:
Transit have finished recording their new album for Rise Records. Once out next year, it’ll follow 2011′s Listen & Forgive, which was also recorded at Maximum Sound Studios by producer/engineer Gary Cioffi (Misser, Some Stranger, Move Out West).
Transit begins tracking their second Rise Records full length with producer Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem, Lucero, The Bouncing Souls) on Saturday at Maximum Sound Studios in Danvers, MA. Gary Cioffi (Transit, Four Year Strong, Misser) will also be working with the band on the record.
Daytrader are no longer a band and have dropped off their UK tour with Such Gold that was to happen in January with a new vocalist. Frontman Tym is currently working on a new project, while guitarist Gary Cioni is back with his former outfit, Crime In Stereo. The band released their only full-length, Twelve [...]