There's no real reason to post this other than the fact that it's kinda music related, definitely alcohol related, and the brewery (and label) are right down the road from me. Deschutes has named a new IPA after Rise Records. Yes, this is news, no I don't care if you don't like it.
Transit begins tracking their second Rise Records full length with producer Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem) on Saturday at Maximum Sound Studios in Danvers, MA. Gary Cioffi will also be working with the band on the record.
You can watch part 1 of Crown The Empire' extended music video for “Oh Catastrophe” in the replies (part 2 will be debuting soon). The band’s Rise Records debut The Fallout hits retailers on November 20.
Secrets' new music video for "Blindside" can be found in the replies. The track is off the band's latest album, The Ascent, which you can pick up on iTunes. Also, the band is currently out on tour throughout Europe with Of Mice & Men and Memphis May Fire.
You can check out our interview with new Velocity/Rise band ISSUEShere. This band features former members of Woe, Is Me, and the band have just wrapped up recording a debut EP with producer/engineer Kris Crummett.
Rise Records posted up preorders for Misser's Every Day I Tell Myself I'm Going To Be A Better Person earlier today. The vinyl is white, limited to 300, and preorder bundles include a couple different T-shirts and a pint glass.