Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Reno Divorce signs with I SCREAM Records


Reno Divorce's new album "Tears Before Breakfast", as gritty, greasy, and down-n-dirty as it gets!
In stores in the US on July 21st!!

Reno Divorce are set to unleash their finest (half) hour yet – the unrelenting punk rock n’ roll hit fest that is their new album, “Tears Before Breakfast”, with 11 melodic punk rock anthems, for the fans of Gaslight Anthems, Social Distortion, Zeke, Agent Orange, The Stray Cats,…

Originally formed in Orlando, FL in 1996 and based out of Denver, CO since 2000, Reno Divorce have built a huge fanbase across North America, toured the US and Europe several times and will continue to do so, starting with a tour of the major European Summer festivals. Reno Divorce has been nominated for Best Punk Band in Denver in Westword magazine in 2005, 2006, 2008, & 2009. They also were in the Top 10 Finalists in the 93.3 FM KTCL Hometown For The Holidays contest in 2007 & 2008, shared the stage with Reverend Horton Heat, Henry Rollins, Street Dogs, Agnostic Front, Angel City Outcasts, The Dead Kennedys, Mad Sin and many more...

Make sure to check these guys out because this is probably one of the best punkrock records of the last decade!! Hey, who are we, you don't have to take our word for it, but still...

Founded in Brussels, Belgium in 1994, I Scream Records is celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2009. In the label's humble beginnings it was fueled by only a few thousand dollars and a passion for the Punk & Hardcore lifestyle and power of music. Over the years, I Scream Records has grown into one of the leading European Hardcore & Punk labels. I Scream Records has built an impressive catalogue with releases from bands like Madball, Ramallah, Stigma, Earth Crisis, North Side Kings, Agnostic Front, Discipline, Hoods, MOD, Blood For Blood, Jaya The Cat, Stigmata and Lionheart, to name a few. In early 2006 I Scream Records started its American operations and has since started to also make its mark in the States as one of the most diverse independents.

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