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Coheed and Cambria Signed to Columbia Records

The unclassifiable rock band Coheed and Cambria has signed with Columbia Records, who, in conjunction with Equal Vision Records, will re-issue the group’s watershed album, In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3, on Tuesday, June 29. One of the biggest indie band breakout stories of the year, Coheed and Cambria, already legendary for delivering incandescent live performances, will be among the headliners on this year’s Vans Warped Tour. Coheed and Cambria is: Claudio Sanchez (lead vocals, guitar), Michael Todd (bass, backing vocals), Travis Stever (lead guitar, backing vocals), Josh Eppard (drums, backing vocals). Officially christened Coheed and Cambria in 2001,… Read more »


SmackDown! Records Announces The Signing Of Neurotica And The Release Of New Album

SmackDown! Records, the music label of World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, will offer its first new artist release this fall with Neurotica, the eponymously titled new album from the hard hitting Florida-based band. “We are going to be releasing two to three new artists per year, and we’re excited that our first new artist is a band as strong and talented as Neurotica,” said Ron McCarrell, President, SmackDown! Records. “We want SmackDown! Records to be known for finding and developing unique musical talent, and for effectively using the marketing power of World Wrestling Federation Entertainment and its various media platforms to… Read more »


Concrete Castles

Concrete Castles are ready to release their debut album Wish I Missed U, out September 17th via Velocity Records / Equal Vision Records They joined me for this episode to discuss the writing/recording process, what it’s like to be part of this trio, and their real feelings about finally releasing this music. You can preorder the album now and check out a few tracks from the album.


Trey and Ronnie of Cherie Amour

We talk about the band’s beginning, working with Alan Day (Four Year Strong) & the debut single “Burn,” the music video, signing to Equal Vision Records + more! Check out the “Burn” music video: https://youtu.be/vrD_c4f9g8E


Tom Mullen of Washed Up Emo

If you want to know anything about the history of emo, Tom Mullen is the person to ask. After hosting a podcast called Washed Up Emo, he collected the stories he heard from scene heavyweights and put together a book titled the Anthology of Emo.

Fast forward to 2020 and The Anthology Of Emo: Volume 2 has just been released. Listen in as Tom calls into The Gunz Show to chat about the book, the bands, and the nostalgia that fuels the project.

The two also discuss kickstarting your own scene, Equal Vision Records, and more. Hit play now!


Never Loved, Rational Anthem

This week on The Gunz Show, we find Gunz doing what he does best – introducing us to our new favorite bands.

First up is Equal Vision Records’ Never Loved. Vocalist/guitarist Camm Knopp joins the show to reminisce on 2019, share their music plans for the new year, and talk about overcoming their recent van robbery.

Later, Florida’s Rational Anthem brings a little sunshine to the show. They chat with Gunz about their influences, blink 182, and their new collection It’s Only Permanent. Hear it all below!


Johnny Minardi

Johnny Minardi joins Scott to talk about the FBR glory days, being a family man, and Equal Vision Records.

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