"Maybe it's not on top of the charts, but we're still standing strong. So we'll be here forever. United and hard we stand."
"Every band on the label is a band in whom I personally believe. They are all easy to work with, are immensely talented, and are willing to put in the hours and the effort to get their music heard," says Matt Day of Spread the Metal Records, whose roster includes Answer with Metal, Fallen Joy and Sanktuary. The label is hosting its first festival this weekend, with all proceeds going to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. (Day's goal is 100K.) "I think it's the duty of businesses and corporations to use their influence to positively impact the world we live in," he says, "and my record label seeks to be a big part of that."
posted by SARA CONNORS, Jan 12/17
The fourth mini-fest packs The Marquee and The Seahorse this Friday. comments 0
posted by JONATHAN BRIGGINS, Jan 12/17
A series of off-season showcases gears you up for this spring’s tenth OBEY Convention. comments 0
posted by BRENNAN MCCRACKEN, Jan 12/17
The melodic hardcore group is back with a stunning EP more than a year in the making. comments 0
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posted by JONATHAN BRIGGINS, Dec 22/16
Wet Paint expand the live show for an epic experience. comments 0
posted by KAYLA BORDEN, Dec 15/16
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