Make Do and Mend join Rise

2011-12-01 by poorzack | 14 Comments
Rise Records announced the recent signing of hardcore punk band Make Do and Mend.

http://www.facebook.com/RiseRecords/posts/10150488252977495

Tagged: Make Do and Mend

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thediamondcanopy
December 2nd 2011
513 Comments


um whoa. this makes a lot of those sort of bands signing to rise recently. transit, man overboard, piebald, just whoa.

SpoonerMcgee
December 2nd 2011
82 Comments


Sign a different random band everyday? Sure, why not.

Imploder
December 2nd 2011
187 Comments


i've never checked this band out.

SpoonerMcgee
December 2nd 2011
82 Comments


Its just mildly frustrating that good bands are about to get lumped in with the overwhelming amount of infinitely lackluster and forgettable rise-core duds.

IAmHollywood
December 2nd 2011
1443 Comments


this label has been extremely successful I guess to sign all these bands all the time.

I'm glad they are signing good bands now hopefully they wont be known as that crappy scenecore label for much longer

patod92
December 2nd 2011
32 Comments


this label has been impressing me with their decisions lately. props.

fuckthatnoise
December 2nd 2011
1479 Comments


maybe they were trying to compete with Victory to see who could sign the shittiest scene acts ever and when Victory got Design The Skyline they were just like "fuck guys we aren't gonna be able to top this, might as well start signing some decent bands now."

fish.
December 2nd 2011
22382 Comments


"maybe they were trying to compete with Victory to see who could sign the shittiest scene acts ever and when Victory got Design The Skyline they were just like "fuck guys we aren't gonna be able to top this, might as well start signing some decent bands now.""
I like this way of thinking

EaglesBecomeVultures
December 2nd 2011
5364 Comments


maybe they were trying to compete with Victory to see who could sign the shittiest scene acts ever and when Victory got Design The Skyline they were just like "fuck guys we aren't gonna be able to top this, might as well start signing some decent bands now."

lmao

Zorak
December 2nd 2011
3191 Comments


"maybe they were trying to compete with Victory to see who could sign the shittiest scene acts ever and when Victory got Design The Skyline they were just like "fuck guys we aren't gonna be able to top this, might as well start signing some decent bands now."'

hahaha. win

Satellite
December 2nd 2011
20826 Comments


rise needs to stop signing good bands

fish.
December 2nd 2011
22382 Comments


yeh, cos then they'd actually become a good label and we don't want that

danielito19
December 2nd 2011
9460 Comments


123

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TomAkaVeto
December 3rd 2011
1746 Comments


"rise records is slowly becoming a punk/pop punk label.
someone working there knows what's up. keep it going."

Yep. No need to whine about it. They're taking a direction for the best. Let's hope it stays that way.



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