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Tag Archives: Sumerian Records

Born of Osiris are getting stronger and more resilient

Posted by on September 10, 2015

Born of Osiris announced the release of their new album Soul Sphere on October 23rd through Sumerian Records, and the only taste we had was “Throw me in the Jungle” a few months ago and now, its time to get more of it. The band just revealed their new track “Resilience” and it sounds very consistent to what they have […]

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Stray from the Path released an infectious outbreak

Posted by on June 3, 2015

Long Island hardcore quartet, Stray from the Path, have a new album on the pipeline titled Subliminal Criminals and will be released via Sumerian Records on August 14th. and we can take a peak to what the guys have ready for us with their newest single “Outbreak.” You can listen the heavy Rage Against the Machine influence […]

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Animals as Leaders run middle school in “Physical Education” music video

Posted by on May 29, 2015

A departure from the ever-popular theme of a band playing students at a highschool, the new Animals As Leaders video for “Physical Education” depicts the band members as parts of the administration in a middle school. This track is the latest single off of the band’s third full length The Joy Of Motion, released via […]

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Shoemerian Records?

Posted by on March 19, 2015

Not content with being just a record label (or a film studio, for that matter), Sumerian has a new line of merch – footwear. The label has teamed up with The Ave Venice, a custom clothing site, and Bamdmerch to make branded Vans and Chuck Taylors  with the likes of Periphery, Upon A Burning Body, […]

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New comedy film written/directed by, starring Sumerian Records owner

Posted by on February 7, 2015

Was anyone else unaware that, just as there is a Sumerian Records, there is also a Sumerian Films? Well, apparently, there is. And it appears to have produced it’s first feature, called What Now, starring, written, and directed by Sumerian Records (and, I guess, Sumerian Films) owner Ash Avildsen. In the trailer (seen above), Avildsen […]

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Danny Worsnop parting ways with Asking Alexandria

Posted by on January 22, 2015

Looks like We Are Harlot has become an even bigger priority for Danny Worsnop. That’s because the singer has just announced that he’s parted ways with his previous mainstay, Asking Alexandria. Worsnop offered the following statement explaining his departure: “To all of my friends and fans: I would like to let you know that Asking […]

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Band bitches about winning Sumerian deal, gets schooled by owner

Posted by on January 7, 2015

Got 23 minutes to kill? Watch an interview with Kyle Bishop of the Seattle band Numbers. The TL:DR (DW?) version starts with him stating that he’s got nothing against Sumerian, he goes on to detail how his band won their “The Road to the Sphinx” contest, landing them a deal with the label. Bishop and […]

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Is Veil of Maya dropping an album on New Years Day?

Posted by on December 18, 2014

Earlier today, Veil of Maya released a video on YouTube via their Facebook page. The 42-second clip doesn’t feature any vocals, but the title of the video and a title screen at the end of it says “1.1.15,” along with the hashtag #veilhasrisen. While there’s no official confirmation that they’ll be doing anything more than […]

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The new Circa Survive video is a hit

Posted by on October 28, 2014

When Circa Survive announced that they’d signed with Sumerian Records, many might wonder how the band might change their sound. Turns out they haven’t changed that much, but when you’ve got a voice like Anthony Green’s you don’t need to change much of anything. They did, however, make a music video for the album’s first […]

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Darkest Hour’s Mike Schleibaum: “If It’s Not Dangerous And It’s Not Crazy, Then It’s Not F**king Interesting”

Posted by on August 27, 2014

Darkest Hour has never been one to repeat itself. Yet with its self-titled eighth album, the Washington D.C. band may have outdone itself. While it still captures Darkest Hour’s massive heavy riffs, the album is by far its most melodic and assessable release to date. Yet as guitarist Mike Schleibaum put it when speaking to […]

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