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Tag Archives: Tony Brummel

Hoods challenge Victory Records owner, math

Posted by on February 24, 2015

We’re not that familiar with long-running hardcore band Hoods, but yesterday, the band’s vocalist Mike Hood (probably not his real name) went on a rant on Facebook claiming that Victory Records owner Tony Brummel owes him money and challenging him to a fight. Hood is the latest in a line of bands and musicians to claim […]

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A Day To Remember Song Initially Had Tony Brummel Voicemail On it

Posted by on October 8, 2013

Today is a great day for fans of pop-punk/metalcore band A Day to Remember. In the midst of a lawsuit with Victory Records, the band won the right to self-release their fifth album, Common Courtesy, late last week, and the album was released today. Yet one of the tracks on the album, “The Document Speaks For […]

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Terror’s Scott Vogel On The State Of Hardcore And Signing With Victory Records

Posted by on April 8, 2013

For over eleven years, Terror has served as a standout example of hardcore music. And on April 9, Terror continues the tradition with its fifth full-length album, Live By The Code. Frontman Scott Vogel, a vocal supporter of the underground music scene, took the time to speak with Metal Insider prior to kicking off Terror’s […]

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Matador, Victory In War Of Words & Douchebaggery

Posted by on August 13, 2009

Remember back in high school when sensitive indie rockers made snarky comments about meatheads and vice versa? Apparently it doesn’t always end when you graduate. Matador Records, the home of twee bands like Belle & Sebastian and Cat Power, and hardcore/metal standby Victory Records have been going back and forth via the interwebs, and things have just […]

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