August Burns Red changes label
2014-08-05 by Jamie | 44 Comments
August Burns Red have announced that they have signed to Fearless Records, a label mostly known for its big roster of metalcore and post-hardcore bands.

This signifies the very first time August Burns Red have changed labels, as they had been signed to Solid State Records since their 2005 debut album, Thrill Seeker.

The band's lead guitarist JB Brubaker announced the change through their official Facebook page, also confirming the fact that they will release a new record sometime in 2015:

"We are all extremely excited to be a part of the Fearless Records Family. Fearless has done an amazing job building a community within the label as well as a bunch of our
friends bands and careers. We can't wait to see what they can do with ABR. Be on the look out for our new record coming in 2015!"


On comments that they new label might interfere in their creative process, essentially making them another generic metalcore band, the band stated:

"Right, because the label writes our music".

The band further clarified that:

"No label will ever control anything we do creatively. This change affects you, the listener, in no way".

Read the announcement here:
https://www.facebook.com/augustburnsred/photos/pb.5395949290.-2207520000.1407268667./10152584086844291/?type=3&theater
Tagged: August Burns Red

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MrMatt767
August 5th 2014
283 Comments


oh shit

dixoncocks
August 5th 2014
2659 Comments


I remember when TDEP signed to sumerian everyone was in an uproar, but their creative process wasn't really effected at all

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Gameofmetal
August 5th 2014
3691 Comments


Not that much of a change labels wise. I'm sure they'll be pretty much the same as always.

auberginedreams
August 5th 2014
6076 Comments


one of the best and biggest player

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auberginedreams
August 5th 2014
6076 Comments


in today's core scene

Dancedrewdance
August 5th 2014
1065 Comments


Fearless gon cash in

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Slut
August 5th 2014
2681 Comments


why did they switch though

SourAK
August 5th 2014
1630 Comments


is this a joke

InFiction
August 5th 2014
3713 Comments


Hopefully their next record is as good as R&R.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
August 5th 2014
50954 Comments


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FearThyEvil
August 5th 2014
12760 Comments


that part couldn't have been anymore unnecessary and untrue.

trackbytrackreviews
August 5th 2014
1886 Comments


mhm

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trackbytrackreviews
August 5th 2014
1886 Comments


how about now

Grizzlypyro
August 5th 2014
195 Comments


"August Burns Red, one of the best, most talented, experiencied, euphoric, orgasmic,
treboristic, bubbliest, brutaliest and most satanically christian and more biggest player in today's -core scene."

Article of the year.

trackbytrackreviews
August 5th 2014
1886 Comments


sec

emester
August 5th 2014
4374 Comments


Thats a lot of adjectives

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trackbytrackreviews
August 5th 2014
1886 Comments


done

SourAK
August 5th 2014
1630 Comments


im gonna end it i swear

beefshoes
August 5th 2014
4354 Comments


I haven't kept up with these guys since Constellations.

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Thunderkat
August 5th 2014
576 Comments


Wow.

paradox1216
August 5th 2014
521 Comments


I think R&R was these guys' best to date so whatever they think will suit them best

Fearless is one of the bigger labels for this stuff out there so more power to them

Odal
August 5th 2014
350 Comments


So sick of this website's articles. Don't try to be funny if you're not.

djunior
August 5th 2014
829 Comments


most satanically christian and more biggest player in today's -core scene

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ssj4gogeta17
August 5th 2014
86 Comments


Article of the year [2]

TooLateToGoBack
August 5th 2014
1780 Comments


R&R was brilliant, but Fearless is ehhhh.

Futures
August 5th 2014
12358 Comments


worst article ever how do you think that's funny?

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climactic
August 5th 2014
19970 Comments


treboristic

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SputnikSweetheart
August 5th 2014
206 Comments


who cares? All of their albums sound the same anyways...

BillClinton
August 5th 2014
125 Comments


Shitty article.

BillClinton
August 5th 2014
125 Comments


Semi-interesting news.

BillClinton
August 5th 2014
125 Comments


Ruined by shitty article.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 5th 2014
31611 Comments


Article reads a lot better

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trackbytrackreviews
August 5th 2014
1886 Comments


Damn Deviant you could've at least left treboristic

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 5th 2014
31611 Comments


Stop making the news section worse than it already is

Thunderkat
August 6th 2014
576 Comments


Deviant did a good job

trackbytrackreviews
August 6th 2014
1886 Comments


Only making it more treboristic

Betray
August 6th 2014
4727 Comments


basically the same record label add more bands and minus the christian emphasis

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Beardog
August 6th 2014
433 Comments


I hope this doesn't fuck up the band, really excited for the new album!

Impervious
August 6th 2014
424 Comments


Constellations and Rescue & Restore were fantastic albums that I still listen to all the time so another to add would be awesome!

AmericnZero02
August 6th 2014
3360 Comments


Kind of a trip. Looks like Solid State is fresh out of great bands. I'm sure ABR will do fine on their new label.

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BillClinton
August 7th 2014
125 Comments


Thanks Deviant. Reads a lot better now.

Beardog
August 7th 2014
433 Comments


As long as they just keep a good producer it will be fine

RosaParks
August 9th 2014
15047 Comments


hope their next record is as good as r&r or better

Beardog
August 9th 2014
433 Comments


If it's better it will be a 5/5



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