I honestly can't tell their vocalist apart at all, they sound musically and vocally identical to attack attack, they just don't use synth.
Why would we complain that they signed a good band? That's when we'll be happy that a good band is getting label support. No on here is saying Rise is a bad label, they do a great job promoting bands for the most part, it just gets old when they sign the same band over and over when there are other great bands they are passing up. Signing bands like these lowers the popular opinion of an otherwise fine label like Rise.
American Me, Attack Attack, Miss May I, My Ticket Home, The Plot in You, Before Their Eyes, The Color Morale, The Devil Wears Prada, Ten After Two, For the Fallen Dreams, In Fear and Faith, Of Mice and Men, Legend, Scarlett O'hara, Woe is Me, Abandon All Ships, Sleeping With Sirens, Those Who Lie Beneath and Ms. White might be a little confused though. Especially more so with just instrumental songs. A lot of these bands sound similar in a way, some more so than others.
Axe TDWP off that list. They're not on Rise anymore. Just saying. Other than that....point taken.
You are making about the dryest arguement I've ever heard. "Which bands sound like emarosa?" You: "all of them" really brah? Name a specific band that sounds exactly like them and your point will be proven. Oh wait. You can't. So you should probably stop making yourself sound stupider and stupider and just admit that you can't reveal a band, signed to Rise, that even sounds similar to them.
Only supports my point of you making yourself sound stupider and stupider. The only band on that list that would make sense is Jonny Craig but that still wouldn't be a valid argument if you said just that. Have you even listened to ANY of these bands?? And if you give the "If you heard, one you've heard 'em all" card, I'm giving up because you've proven to me that you are the worst arguer I've ever come in contact with, therefore I will be giving up on the fire in the middle of the desert at noon that you keep feeding paper into. (see what I did there? Probably not if your comprehensibility is equal to your arguing skills.)