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Make Them Suffer Drops Merciless New Single, “Epitaph”

Australian metalcore quintet Make Them Suffer dropped their new single, “Epitaph” ahead of their rigorous international touring schedule featuring yearning clean vocals, guttural screams, and unrelenting instrumentals. “‘Epitaph‘ is the perfect grafting of new and old in terms of combining elements from our earlier sound with newer ones. Primal yet futuristic, ‘Epitaph‘ comes from a place of contemplation,” notes Make Them Suffer. “The lyrics depict a post-doomsday setting and imagine how we as a species might be remembered by other forms of life.” The band continues, “‘Epitaph’ is the beginning of a very exciting year for us, and not just… Read more »


late night drive home Signs To Epitaph, Releases “Stress Relief” Video

Inking a deal with Epitaph Records, indie-rock sensation late night drive home has unveiled a captivating new music video for their 2021 viral hit, “Stress Relief.” The track appeared on the group’s acclaimed five-track EP, Am I Sinking Or Am I Swimming? Officially gracing streaming platforms in September 2021, the track has garnered more than 60 million streams since its release. Hailing from El Paso, TX, the Latin-led four-piece—comprised of lead singer Andre Portillo, guitarist Juan “Ockz” Vargas, bassist Freddy Baca, and drummer Brian Dolan—reflects on the bilingual track’s success. Despite their gratitude, they view “Stress Relief” as a deeply… Read more »


Death Lens Debut “Vacant” With Epitaph Records

The Los Angeles punk scene is on fire right now and it is being lead by Death Lens. Today, the band announced their signing to legendary record label, Epitaph Records and dropped their brand new single “Vacant“. The new track comes after their 2022 album, No Luck which released via Secret Friends Music Group. Death Lens crafted some seriously nostalgic punk vibes on “Vacant”. Aside from being a punk banger, it also tells an important story. “Coming from absolutely nothing to getting signed by a label we grew up idolizing and always dreaming we’d be on is an incredible honor,”… Read more »


Punk band New Found Glory signs with Epitaph

Punk rock group New Found Glory has called time on its major-label career and signed a new deal with Epitaph Records. Its debut for the indie label, produced by former Blink-182 member Mark Hoppus, is due next spring. The Florida-reared group signed to Drive-Thru in 2000, but found its biggest success after parent label MCA took over with 2002’s “Sticks & Stones,” which has sold more than 863,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. But its sales had fallen greatly by 2006’s “Coming Home,” which has shifted 145,000. A hits collection issued by Geffen in March has… Read more »


Epitaph Tour Is The Perfect Babysitter For Teenage Punks – Review

Anyone who thought that Epitaph Records passed their heyday when Rancid and NOFX split for new pastures would have been wide-eyed surprised on this evening. Kudos to the keepers of the punk rock flag for progressing with the times and developing – yet again – into a leader of the pack. They used to lead the way in the likes of skate-punk and crust, but as the plethora of pre-teens proved, punk rock still hasn’t kicked the bucket. It’s just changed boots. Kicking off the show, new label additions Scatter The Ashes dealt a relatively heavy blow with their brand… Read more »


Epitaph Enters Rap Game with Francis

Los Angeles – Epitaph Records built its foundation on punk rock. But just before last year’s presidential election, the label’s most biting political commentary arrived courtesy of Sage Francis, a 27-year-old rapper from Providence, R.I. The song “Slow Down Gandhi” sarcastically rips into liberals and conservatives alike, casting a cynical eye at warmongers and the “cool kids” who “were rocking votes.” With a perfectly articulated delivery that recalls Chuck D, Francis builds each verse with a mixture of activism, paranoia and humor. “If they could sell sanity in a bottle, they would be charging for compressed air,” he quips. Epitaph… Read more »

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