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RISE OR DIE RECORDS (978) 504-1314 riseordiepromotions@gmail.com 90 High St. Amesbury, MA 01913 Toggle navigation RISE OR DIE RECORDS Home Releases Youtube Facebook Twitter SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER Search We are an effective and efficient promotion street team that focuses on physical targeted connections NATIONAL UNDERGROUND COMPILATION MOVEMENT Dedicated Promoting bands isn't the easiest thing in the world. That's why we're here to help. We are passionate about the underground scene. Modern Opportuninities in life don't always come easy. We are happy to provide opportunities to the bands we team up with. TARGETED Facebook promotion isn't the right target. What you need is a physical active crowd involved in the music scene. Global Even though we're based in the United States, doesn't mean we stop there. We are international.You either rise or you die. Take a look at Our Team Andrew AndradeFounder // Owner Being a leader has always come natural to Andrew. Graduating from Bay State College in 2013, Andrew decided to take his dreams and make them a reality Riot Fest Compilation DOWNLOAD FREE NOW! FAREWELL COMPILATIONS PROMOTE WITH US ONE LAST TIME CD UNVEILS Episode 14 The Navigator Get Lost Find Yourself Tour Compilation COME TO LIFE OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO AESTHETIC HEART PROMOTIONS The sweetest place to promote xLOYALxHEARTSx Shop Now Ghost In My Backseat Official Lyric Video CD UNVEILS Official Youtube Show "Don't Stop" Stream Now Bands Worked With Years active Compilations Released Coffee Consumed What People Are Saying About Us Mikey Heare Bass Player / The Stillborn Poet Went into gamestop and the kid working behind the counter asked for a picture with me cause he likes my band. Said he Looked us up cause he saw our name in AP Magazine and that we were representing VA on the warped compilation. That's pretty dope!! Made me feel awesome Adam Stiletto Stiletto Promotions I have 15 + years experience working in the music industry and I've never seen a label pop up so fast or make such an impact to help out up-and-coming bands. if you are in a band that wants to break out and get your music in the hands of new ears, Rise or Die is the only way to go! 10/10 Tanner Barbosa Fog Works Vape Supply Definitely going above and beyond to help out bands, not just locally, but across the country. These guys are doing a great thing and even though they are definitely on the right path, they still remain open to suggestion. Five stars for sure! Todd Tieuli Account Manager // String Automotive Rise or die is rad as hell. You're doing the lords work Richard Collier Keynote Company Booking I think Rise Or Die Promotions does a great job trying to support the local scene! Stay Updated With The Latest from Rise or Die 1) How did you start creating music as this current project, what’s the story? The project started with Zachary Moreno (guitar) who eventually met Carl Straka (bass) and Erik Martin (drums) in a former project. After the addition of Nema Sobhani (guitar) we rebranded as Mosaic, and launched with the final member, Phil Tacoronte (vocals). CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their track on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! 2) What music have you released, and where can I go check it out? So far we have released the Collision EP, which can be found on bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon, cdbaby, soundcloud, and YouTube. 3) Have you had the opportunity to play with national touring bands? If yes who, if not who would you like to share the stage with someday? We haven’t played with any established bands but we would love to share the stage with Foo Fighters. 4) If you had to choose, who would say are your three biggest influences when it comes to making music? Dance Gavin Dance, Chon, and Periphery. 5a) Have you ever been to Riot Fest? If so what was your experience like, are you going this year? Yes, it was a great experience and a very good opportunity to see so many bands. 6) Which do you prefer to attend more, Festivals or Shows? Explain! Festivals, because they tend to have a wider variety of musical genres and unique draw of audience members. 7) As band, is there one show that you’ve played that has stuck out to you, perhaps qualifying as the best/ most fun you’ve had playing on a stage? The one show we enjoyed the most was actually a house show. We were playing for a group of people that never would listen to heavy music and they were really enjoying it. That was satisfying in a very different way. 11 months ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ 1. How did you start creating music as this current project, what’s the story? We started Rain on Their Parade back in 2011. The formation process is rather typical for most of bands. Sometime during the summer Artem and Roman (guitars), who were playing together in school, posted an ad, searching for a band to join or to create a new one. Then they were contacted by Mark (vox) and Ivan (drums), who were remnants of their short-lived band “Clarity”. The first rehearsal was set on October, 1st. It was a night 6-hour set in the abandoned factory building of a poor district, where tiny rehearsal base was organized. We were about sixteen years old at that time, so being in such a place with unknown people could bring us no good. But everything went fine and that day became the beginning of our history. In a month Vasily joined us as a bass player. He was invited by Mark from his college. Funny, but at that time everybody could barely play their instruments. During this journey we’ve learnt lots of different things about music, about playing instruments, about ourselves; we had ups and downs, first concerts, first songs; we’ve met and lost some people and gained lots of stories to tell, fun and dramatic. Actually, playing in a band is like a TV drama. But what’s really important – we became a real bro-family. Although there were several line-up changes, but in the end we remained in original line-up and recently added our close friend, Kostya, as a third guitarist. Unity – that’s what makes us stronger. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their song on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! 2. What music have you released, and where can I go check it out? We have released our debut EP “Wonderlights” recently. In May, 2015. It’s almost 3,5 years since our formation. However we have a ‘13 demo of the song “Old World Blues, New World Hope”. Everything we release you can find on several popular websites, such as Reverbnation, Soundcloud, Bandcamp, Bandpage, YouTube (stream), VK, Facebook and etc. We are planning to add our next release on ITunes as well and maybe try out several other platforms. 3. Have you had the opportunity to play with national touring bands? If yes who, if not who would you like to share the stage with someday? No, we hadn’t played as a support for national touring bands. Actually, there is a different situation here, in Russia, than in the States in music industry, and it’s impossible to describe everything in two words. Just let’s consider that we didn’t have an opportunity to warm up national bands nor international ones. 4. If you had to choose, who would you say are your three biggest influences when it comes to making music? Our biggest influence in music unanimously is August Burns Red. Then our music influences vary for each of us, but they include Architects, Adept, Atreyu, Burden of a Day, Parkway Drive and etc. Funny, but another thing that has huge influence on us is Fallout franchise. That could be noticed by our several song titles. And actually post-apocalyptic themes help in writing texts. 5a. Have you ever been to Riot Fest? If so, what was your experience like? Are you going this year? As we are Russian, we have never been to Riot Fest, as well as participate in fests like that. But… we would state that it’d be the highest point of our music career if we’d ever have an opportunity to play on such events. 6. Which do you prefer to attend more: Festivals or Shows? Explain! We had never played on fests and open-airs, only local gigs in Moscow, so we can’t say what’s better. Playing on fests is prestige, however playing shows in venues, especially when there is no border between a scene and a pit, is cooler, as we can feel people’s expression, as well as they ours. 7. As a band, is there one show that you’ve played that has stuck out to you, perhaps qualifying as the best/most fun you’ve had playing on a stage? Well, we have almost all our shows to be memorable. For example, there was a show, when we and another band, among with organizer and venue’s staff were trapped inside without light and behind the sealed doors, because the place was cut off electricity for several hours. But the most memorable gig was our first one. And not because it was just the first one ever for each of us, but that of course an important note as well. It was a “battle-of-the-bands” event. We prepared hard for the show. As our turn came, we started to play. We played a bit more than half of the set, when suddenly Artem’s guitar string tore up. Hardly we played the song to its end, but…what to do?! There were no reserve strings, no another guitar… even there was no tool to release the string. Just imagine our panic attack! As he was running in the crowd, in sound engineer’s room and even stopping the cars on street, searching for something to be handy, Mark sat behind the drum set, Ivan took the second guitar and delay pedal and they started to improvise post-rock. Just pure improvisation to save the day somehow. Thankfully to a biker, Artem gained the tool, removed string and pulled it once again, and then we continued our remaining set. And guess what…we won the battle! It happened so suddenly and unexpectedly and we were absolutely unprepared for this extreme situation, but we could find the way and we succeeded. That was amazing. Furthermore we had a “family” photo shoot back in dressing room after the show and each of us is still holding this picture as a memory. 11 months ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ 1. How did you start creating music as this current project, what’s the story? Well I (Mike) had wanted to start a pop punk project for pretty much my whole life. I started off just recording a couple songs using photobooth on my laptop. I had posted these on my Facebook and was receiving pretty good feedback about them so I decided to start trying to find some members. From there I reached out to Kendal, whom I had previously been in a band with before and we reached out to Gonzalo for bass. And from there we started working on our first song, Don’t Mind Me. Shortly after we decided to make posts online for a drummer. Sure enough not too long after my initial post we had found our drummer, his name was Jimmy. And with that we had become a band but still were without a name. I had another song at the time called TTYN and Jimmy asked me one day what that stood for. I said, “Talk To You Never.” And with that, Jimmy had suggested that it should be our band name as well. Thus, Talk To You Never was born. Up until last December Jimmy had been our drummer. But following our show at the House of Blues Jimmy stepped down to pursue his college career. Luckily, I too was in college and was able to find someone to fill that spot at drums. His name is Alex and he is currently not only our drummer but does graphic design for us as well as helps me with the song writing process. And since, we have added a 5th member named RJ who plays bass in a band called, “Guilty By Design” but is the new lead guitarist for TTYN. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their song on our “Unveiling The Underground” compilation! 2. What music have you released, and where can I go check it out? We have released a 5 song EP called Don’t Mind Me, with the tracks: Elizabeth (It Never Would Have Worked Out Between Us), Atelophobia, Don’t Mind Me, Don’t Call Me Casper (Because This Ghost is Fucking Lonely), and Harlem Ave. We also released a single before that EP called TTYN. And have just released our first single off of our sophomore EP. The song is called “Me Over You” We also have a live acoustic video of just Mike singing an acoustic song called The Worst. All of our music (aside from TTYN and The Worst) are available on itunes, spotify, amazon, basically any digital distribution site. We have some cool stuff on Youtube too including some drum cams and live footage of us. Also on Bandcamp talktoyounever.bandcamp.com 3. Have you had the opportunity to play with national touring bands? If yes who, if not who would you like to share the stage with someday? The only “national” touring bands we have gotten to play with are The Spacepimps, Settle Your Scores, and Tonight, We Rise. 4. If you had to choose, who would you say are your three biggest influences when it comes to making music? Mike: Simple Plan, New Found Glory, Real Friends Alex: Knuckle Puck, Counterparts, The Story So Far RJ: Taking Back Sunday, Sum 41, Fall Out Boy Gonzalo: My Chemical Romance, Offspring, Sum 41 Kendal: Blink 182, Sum 41, Yellowcard 5a. Have you ever been to Riot Fest? If so, what was your experience like? Are you going this year? Mike: I went for the first time last year. And I’m going again this year. My experience was amazing, I saw so many bands I never thought I would get to see in so little time. Rise Against, New Found Glory, Dropkick Murphys, just to name a few. 6. Which do you prefer to attend more: Festivals or Shows? Explain! Mike: I prefer shows. It’s a lot less stressful. Don’t get me wrong Riot and Warped are the best but when you buy a ticket for a show you see the bands you paid to see and it’s not in a huge mob of a crowd going every which way possible. It’s in a venue and in a crowd of people going all towards the same area relatively. Plus I can connect with friends more at a show because we all have the same agenda. 7. As a band, is there one show that you’ve played that has stuck out to you, perhaps qualifying as the best/most fun you’ve had playing on a stage? Mike: I would definitely have to say House of Blues. It wasn’t just that we played the House of Blues, we played it to a crowd of 800 people and then got off the stage and were told by complete strangers that they love our music and wanted to take selfies with us. I honestly have never felt so humbled in my life. 11 months ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Hailing from Greeley, Colorado Hypnotic Vibes dubs themselves as an Alternative Rock Reggae Funk Fusion band. Vocalist Joe Solano and guitarist Stefan Lopez spent a lot of time playing improvised jams before finally deciding to, “start a real band.” The response to their first EP far exceeded their expectations and Joe and Stefan knew they couldn’t continue as a two member group. They quickly found more members to pursue their vision and perform in front of larger audiences and are ready to, “travel the world and spread the peace and love we were taught to believe in.” To date, Hypnotic Vibes has released an EP titled “Things We Can’t See” as well as a single, “Stop and Go,” which is currently available on all popular digital music distribution websites. They have played with J Boog, Inna Vision, Morgan Heritage, Nappy Roots, and Dead Floyd. Their first full-length album is currently being prepared for distribution. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their track on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! Though they have never been to Riot Fest, Hypnotic Vibes would love to someday perform at the event, and maybe even play at Warped and Lollapalooza. Like me, the group prefers shows over festivals because of the intimate feel to them. “Festivals can be exhausting,” they say, “Especially when they start before noon. To me, there’s nothing like a small room packed to the brim with everyone singling their hearts out.” When asked if there’s one show in particular that sticks out the band points to a hometown show they played with Air Dubai. “The audience was super energetic and totally vibing with us, I could see people dancing in front me all the way to the back of the venue; there wasn’t one person in the room who wasn’t smiling.” That sure sounds like one heck of a good time. Be sure to check out Hypnotic Vibes on our compilation, “Riot in the Scene,” and hit them up on their Facebook page, they’d love to send you some music. 11 months ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Birmingham, Alabama. Once the members were set, they took no time to put out their first 3 song EP in December of 2014 titled 7th Inning Stretch all of which you can find on bandcamp and facebook! Since their EP release American Pastime has been touring all over their side of the country. They have even had the opportunity to play with artist such as Bad Luck, Lydia and Jule Vera. With hopes to someday play with bands like Counterparts, State Champs, and All Time Low their dream would to be able to play a festival like Riot Fest. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their song on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! American Pastime takes influence from bands such as Neck Deep, Roam and Major League. Their appreciation for diversity makes their need for playing a festival that much more! A festival like Riot Fest allows bands and musicians of all genres to play. American Pastime plays with different genres every time they play a show, making them the perfect fit for a festival! As band, is there one show that you’ve played that has stuck out to you, perhaps qualifying as the best/ most fun you’ve had playing on a stage? We played a christmas house show here in Birmingham where the cover was payed by donating a jacket. We packed the place out and they went nuts for every band that performed. Which do you prefer to attend more, Festivals or Shows? Explain! I’d say that we prefer festivals because of how musically diverse they can be. We are a band who is not afraid to mix genres. If you came to two of our shows the first could be with post hardcore bands and the next could be with indie rock bands. We love diversity in music so we appreciate festivals that offer that. 11 months ago / 2 notes Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Seattle, Washington has given the music world some very memorable bands: Nirvana and the Foo Fighters just to name two. Our next band, Hidden History, also calls the cradle of the Pacific Northwest their home. “This music was really born in the early 2000s, some even in the back of a Humvee in Afghanistan,” we were told during the interview, “It’s music that’s been through a lot – bruised and battered as much as we have been through the years.” Hidden History released their debut album on June 5th and is currently available at 90+ worldwide digital retailers including: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, and Slacker. The album can also be streamed for free on their website – HiddenHistoryMusic.com. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their song on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! The album was mainly written by lead singer/guitarist Danny Bullis. “We had different band members come and go,” he said, “And they left their mark. These songs progressed and changed along the way as the band changed. We hope it never takes this long to press another album, but the character you find in each of these songs are representative of that struggle.” Fresh off an appearance on the Ernie Ball Stage at the Portland (Oregon) stop of Warped Tour, Hidden History has also played with The Classic Crime, Hearts Like Lions, Megosh, Amadon, Dennis is Dead, and Hotelier. Though they just played Warped 2015, Hidden History just made an appearance at Seattle Hempfest on August 16. They’ve never been to Riot Fest but would love to one day play there and share their music with a large number of people. Their album release show at El Corzaon is one that really sticks out memory. “It was such a blast to have all of our supporters in one room celebrating all the word that had gone into the album and it was cool to be able to give back.” Despite playing two festivals a week apart from each other Hidden History prefer playing shows in smaller venues because the experience between the artist and fans is more engaging. “But,” they add, “You have to find those bands first, and what better place than a full-service buffet or bands at a festival!” 11 months ago / 2 notes Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ “Drummer Wanted” was all it took for Marcel to become part of PRANX. Previously known as Prank FanatiX, the band always had a hard time getting people to remember their name and promoters were always spelling it wrong on flyers for shows which eventually led to the simple change of renaming and a rebirth of a band called “PRANX.” Hailing from Mosbach, Germany this three piece pop punk band has released at EP called “Things on Your Mind,” which is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Bandcamp and their YouTube page. While they listed off the bands that inspired them the most I couldn’t help but think about how much I’d like to have a beer or six with these guys. Influenced by Blink 182, Green Day, All Time Low, and my personal favorite – Sum 41, I was immediately drawn in and had to download their album. They dream of one day sharing the stage with Deryck (Sum 41), and now that he’s recovered from his incident and back in the studio producing a new album with the promise of a tour, it’s a real possibility. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their song on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! When asked about festivals they laughed amongst themselves. “Is Warped Tour a considered a festival?” they asked, “If yes, that would be the sickest one for us to play! All our pop punk heroes played there; from the early 90’s guys to all the newer punk bands we like, so I would consider it the greatest thing for our band. Rock am Ring (The Rock am Ring and Rock im Park festivals are two simultaneous rock music festivals held annually. While Rock am Ring takes place at Mendig on an old airbase; Rock im Park takes place at the Zeppelinfeld in Nuremberg, in the south) here in Germany would be a great thing as well – playing for 90,000 people sounds like fun!” CLICK HERE TO WATCH the official music video for “Another Year” written by: Seth Dallaire 11 months ago / 1 note Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ #pranx #germany #popunk #riseordierecords #riotinthescene #riotfest15 Our next band, Arc of the Sun, is a five-piece punk-metal fusion band from College Park, Maryland. The band came together after the members had played countless shows in the punk and hardcore scenes with their own bands before deciding to unite and produce something completely unique. The band draws from all over but mainly looks to Four Year Strong and Periphery for inspiration, though Jonah tells us that, “Nothing gets the creative juices going like listening to a great classical piece.” (I can only assume he means Beethoven or Bach, not AC/DC and Led Zep.) They give a lot of credit to guitarist/vocalist Jonah Amster for the creation of the first album. “The whole first album was composed by Jonah,” they said, “There were a ton of demos that he had recorded himself and made into full songs; when [our] guitarist Dave joined he added a riff here and there … but the majority, 90% of the first album, was Jonah’s creation.” Their debut album is set to drop in September, but AotS has released a single off the album which you can check out on YouTube with a second single planned to be out by the time this article is posted. After their full-length album is released in September they plan to release three more EPs – head to their website arcofthesunband.com or their Facebook page for more information! CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their track on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! The band has never been to Riot Fest but says thing on their bucket list is to play at Warped Tour. “As one of the oldest music festivals in the world, all of us Arc have been to Warped at some point and have had an amazing time throwing down with our favorite bands,” Jonah says, “Warped Tour has helped establish some of the most iconic bands out there, so naturally we would be thrilled and humbled to perform there.” Jonah says he isn’t partial to either festivals or shows because, “At the end of the day the best part of any show is the crowd. When an audience comes to any kind of show with energy enthusiasm, and love for the music the band playing feels that and feeds off it. It’s a cycle that creates an amazing experience, and whether you’re at a huge festival ground surrounded by thousands of people or at a small bar in the inner harbor of Baltimore, if an audience connects to a band like that the people around you become family and the show will be one you won’t forget.” 11 months ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ #arcofthesun #maryland #popunk #riseordierecords #riotinthescene #RiotFest15 Our next band comes to us all the way from Wales! Straight Jacket Legends are a pop punk band that was founded in the city of Holyhead in 2011 by brothers Jake, Caine, Tommy, and good friend Dan. Inspired by Yellowcard, Blink, New Found Glory, and the Goo Goo Dolls really sets Straight Jacket Legends apart from the rest of the field.All four member sing, which is something we rarely see, but it gives SJL a very unique sound. If indie and pop punk met at a bar one night and hooked up in the bathroom, this is what I’d imagine their beautiful lovechild would sound like. SJL has toured with their good friend MC Lars and they tell us it was an amazing experience. You can check out SJL’s music on their bandcamp page as well as on iTunes, and you can pick up a hard copy of their CD by visiting www.straightjacketlegends.co.uk. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their track on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! Straight Jacket Legends aspire to play Warped Tour because as they put it, “Dauym!” I’m sure they’d love any festival though because they told us they really enjoy going to them and that the stages are always larger which gives you more room to move around and get the crowd involved. They fondly remember a show they played while touring with Thomas Nicholas Band (TNB) at Central Station in Wrexham (home of Neck Deep frontman Ben Barlow) which is right near the Wales/England border. It was a Comic Con party and room was small and didn’t have a defined stage so the crowd was on the same level as the band. “It was packed and rocking out!” they said, “It was so much fun!” CLICK HERE TO WATCH a short bio on the band! 11 months ago / 1 note Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ #straightjacketlegends #michigan #popunk #riseordierecords #riotinthescene #riotfest15 Our next band, At Your Worst, hails from the city of Pueblo, Colorado. Isaac, Tim, and Christopher tried to start a band in high school, but it just wasn’t working and after a few years they decided to revamp things. They began to write more well-constructed songs and eventually found a recording studio that suited them and recorded two songs. After searching for more people to join in the fun they realized that their friends Thomas and Jordan were the perfect fit. Having all been saved by God’s great grace (their words); they are ready to move forward as a band and a family. They currently have two singles out, “Tear it Down,” and, “She Deserves Someone Better Than Me.” These songs can be found on Spotify, iTunes, and Bandcamp. They have also just finished recording their EP so be on the lookout for that! CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their track on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! At Your Worst hasn’t played with any national touring acts but is aiming high and hopes to play with some of the bands that influenced them the most like A Day to Remember, August Burns Red, and For Today. It seems to be a running trend, but AYW prefers the intimate feeling of shows over the openness of festivals because, “The energy that is created between the band and the crowd can be more uniquely experienced when it happens in a smaller setting.” The band has yet to play a show but is looking forward to making memories in the near future. written by: Seth Dallair 11 months ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ #atyourworst #Colorado #posthardcore #riseordierecords #riotinthescene #riotfest15 We all know record label representatives can be brutal, but what our next band experienced left us speechless. “We played a battle of the bands a while back here in our hometown of Colorado Springs,” Image Of told us. “We did so well that this big wig from a major metal label (that will remain nameless) came to us and gave us this extraordinary amount of praise, to the point that he even skipped the band after us (which he was supposed to be judging.” That all seems great right? If only the story ended there… “We got all this great feedback which climaxed when he said there was ‘nothing to possibly critique’ about their music.” But even after telling them that he ended with a real killer by saying, “The reason you’ll never get on a label is because your singer needs to lose weight.” I’ve heard plenty of low blows in my day but damn that’s gotta hurt! Luckily, Image Of took the positive from that conversation and hasn’t looked back. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO their track on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation They dropped their first EP – “Nomads” – this past July and it can be found on Bandcamp, Amazon, Google, CD Baby, and iTunes. Image Of has played with bands like Project 86, Seasons After, Flaw, Silent Planet, Romantic Rebel, Stitched Up Heart, Texas Hippie Coalition, and a handful of others; quite an impressive resume. When it comes to preference, Image Of prefers shows, telling us, “When you have that consolidated energy all waiting for that one band, it sure brings a more intimate experience; a synergy if you will.” The band has never had the chance to play at a festival but would welcome the opportunity saying, “I think any major fest would be an epic experience.” When asked if any one show sticks out in memory the guys look back to the previously mentioned battle of the bands. “It was at the Black Sheep in Colorado Springs,” they said, “It was the only sold out show we’ve played. That crowd was amazing… When we took the stage we lit that place up; people weren’t ready for it. It was probably our most energetic show – that crowd was amazing and they simply embraced us.” Could you really ask for much more than that? Make sure to check these guys out because they’re primed to make it big soon! written by: Seth Dallaire 11 months ago / 1 note Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ #imageof #colarado #metal #riseordierecords #riotinthescene #riotfest15 Our next band, Atlanta is Burning, is from one of the Riot Fest stops. Atlanta is Burning is a Metalcore band from the Chicago area. The band was formed in 2010 with drummer Keith Humphrey, bassist Carlene Bruno, and lead guitarist Al Kruse. In 2011 the band added vocalist James Costa after posting a Craigslist ad and in 2012 added rhythm guitarist Andy Kent. For the history buffs out there, the band’s name does come from General Sherman’s march to the sea during the Civil War where he and the Union army burned Atlanta to the ground. AiB currently has one EP out entitled, “Welcome to the Notley Abbey,” and has also released a demo; both are available on their bandcamp page: atlantaisburning.bandcamp.com. Another EP is currently in the works and set to be released this fall. They have yet to play with any national touring acts but have set the bar high and hope to open for bands that they have drawn from like I The Breather, August Burns Red, and Parkway Drive. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their song on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! Though they aren’t going to Riot Fest this year they have gone to the Chicago stop in the past and always had a good time. “I think we prefer festivals [more than shows] because of the sheer volume of what you get in the festival experience,” they said, “Lots of bands, merch, and experiences to go around.” They fondly look back on the time they played with another local Chicago band, Genotype. “Our drummer (Keith), who is also our clean vocalist, sang one of their songs with them and their vocalist sang a song with us; laid back and a great time, that’s how we like it.” CLICK HERE TO WATCH the official music video for “Stellazine” written by: Seth Dallair 11 months ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ #atlantaisburing #illinois #metalcore #riseordierecords #riotinthescene #riotfest15 Its not everyday that you hear about a musician who decided to quit writing music with a band and actually began to write music completely electronically. Thunderthief based out of Denver, Colorado combines two very different genres; pop punk and electronic dance music into one great mixture. In 2014 Thunderthief released a ton of music through small record labels both in the UK and US, all of which you can find on Spotify, iTunes and Soundcloud. Although Thunderthief has slowed down with releases, he is currently focused on playing shows and doing so with a live band. Because of the different genre of music, Thunderthief’s influences range in genre as well, including Coheed and Cambria, Saves The Day and BT. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to his track on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! With hopes of one day sharing the stage with some of their influences Thunderthief has already had the opportunity to play with national acts such as Avan Lava, My Body Sings Electric, Riley Warren, and Zac Waters. Heading to Riot Fest this year to catch some of their favorite acts, Thunderthief already has an idea to what festival life is like. They had the opportunity to play SXSW this past year, and had one of the best experiences being able to connect with other musicians from all over. Thunderthief is on the rise, and you will sure to be hearing this dynamic twist on pop punk all over very soon! Q&A Time: As band, is there one show that you’ve played that has stuck out to you, perhaps qualifying as the best/ most fun you’ve had playing on a stage? TT: “Thus far my favorite show I’ve ever played was at SXSW this year. It was my first time down there and as we continued to play, the room filled up to capacity with a lot of new friends vibing out to me and my live band. We had some hard live events happen to us over the course of that weekend, but we pulled through and put on a great show regardless.” Which do you prefer to attend more, Festivals or Shows? Explain! TT: “I like to attend shows more often these days, it’s a great night out if the vibe is right.” written by: Khrysta Ryan 11 months ago / 1 note Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ #thunderthief #colarado #electronic #poppunk #riseordierecords #riotinthescene #riotfest15 Forming back in 2013, the up and coming metal band out of West Virginia has been striving to get their name out to the world. Ivory Coast has switched up members quite a bit before finally settling down to write up their first full set of songs. After their songs were finished the guys in Ivory Coast jumped right into playing shows, and have yet to stop! With enough determination to turn their small town band into something bigger, they have printed- and sold out of all merch within just a few shows. Although not all of their music is online, you can get a taste of Ivory Coast through their facebook page where they have released a single titled Fogbreather. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their track on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! Striving to get their name out there, Ivory Coast has already played with some nationally known bands. Such as Tear Out the Heart and 21st Century Goliath, they also have a show with Barrier and The Last Ten Seconds of Life. With influences from bands such as The Plot In You, Fit For a King and The Word Alive it is no wonder they have had such great opportunities; and with even more to come. Favoring festivals over local shows, Ivory Coast is moving towards their dream of someday playing Warped Tour or Riot Fest. Both of which showcase a diverse group of musicians who the guys have grown up listening to. Q&A Time: Which do you prefer to attend more, Festivals or Shows? Explain! IC: “Festivals are great because you get the opportunity to discover new music and see a lot of different bands all in the same day, but there’s nothing like going out and seeing a handful of bands that you really love.” As band, is there one show that you’ve played that has stuck out to you, perhaps qualifying as the best/ most fun you’ve had playing on a stage? IC: “At Schmitt’s Saloon was a very fun show. They had a very professional set up in terms of sound and the stage, but we always have a great time at The Main Street Café, it’s like a second home for the band.” written by: Khrysta Ryan 11 months ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ #ivorycoast #WestVirginia #metal #riseordierecords #riotinthescene #riotfest15 Our next band has an emotional story to go with it. Pillow Talk, an Indie/Pop Punk band from Columbia, South Carolina was the brainchild of Jordan Basl and drummer/vocalist Madison “Tate” Logan who were later joined by Adam, Andrew, and Justin. Sadly, Jordan passed away, but the four remaining members made a group decision to continue making music and to put out and album because, as they told us “That’s what Jordan would have wanted.” “Our music has a lot of emotion behind it,” they said in the interview, “We have never written a song just to write a song – they all have stories and serious meaning behind them.” Drawing influence from bands like Modern Baseball, Man Overboard, and The Front Bottoms, Pillow Talk has a very unique sound. Though they haven’t toured with any national acts yet they did sit down with You, Me and Everyone We Know to talk about their touring plans. They gave some great advice and Pillow Talk is set to open for a big local band called Junior Astronomers. Their album is available on bandcamp and they have physical copies you can pick up at a show. (Road trip, anyone?) CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to their track on our “Riot In The Scene” compilation! The band would love to one day perform at Warped Tour. “We are all big fans of Warped,” they said, “And it most directly appeals to bands of our genre. It would be stellar to say we have played on the same stages as some of our biggest music heroes.” Like others have said on this compilation, Pillow Talk prefers the intimate feeling of shows, but also loves the atmosphere at festivals and the number of bands that are present. Columbia is a great college town and draws a number of national touring acts, so when Pillow Talk played at a venue that Neck Deep, Real Friends, and Transit had also played at, it was almost surreal. “It was really amazing to have a venue packed full of people we know who support our music,” they said, “The coolest part was the feeling we got when we saw people we didn’t know singing the words to our songs.” written by: Seth Dallaire 11 months ago / 4 notes Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ #pillowtalk #southcaroline #poppunk #riseordierecords #riotinthescene #riotfest15 1 2 3 4 5 About Us Rise or Die has been teaming up with bands across the globe in search for a new way of networking and marketing bands. We rely heavily on the physical aspect of Street Team promotion. Founded in 2011. contact Andrew@Riseordierecords.com for inquiries or questions. 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