Jump to content

waytansea27

Members
  • Content Count

    322
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Feedback

    0%

Everything posted by waytansea27

  1. I’ll take the Sorority Noise - Forgettable. Let me know your PayPal and I’ll send ya the money.
  2. Looking to buy either variant of this
  3. I looking to buy the 2nd press of Pup - The Dream is Over. Will PayPal money fast would want expedited shipping.
  4. Looking for BEACH SLANG - WHO WOULD EVER WANT ANYTHING SO BROKEN? 7" - Pink Vinyl (3rd pressing) Or any punk/HC vinyl on pink.
  5. Thats my other account above, I usually post under this account. I'm a reputable buyer.
  6. I don't have experience running a distro, but I do run a small label and I'd say the general idea is to get in touch with labels, buy vinyl from them at wholesale/distro rates, sell them for a profit. We need more distros, they have all basically went away. I think a smart idea would be to buy from labels early on and get first pressings, then if one day that variant sells out, you're almost guaranteed to sell your copies. Also, once you're big enough you can ask labels for an exclusive variant that only you stock in your store. Another good idea is to not get greedy and charge like $17 for an LP you got for $8, keep it reasonable and you'll gain loyal customers with repeat orders.
  7. Captives release new ep "Afterimage" on August 20th Captives will release their second EP, "Afterimage" on August 20th via Reveille Records. FFO: Balance and Composure, Brand New, Seahaven, Taking Back Sunday, Crime in Stereo Captives are back and with more crushing heaviness than ever. Afterimage, Captives’ second release, features powerfully atmospheric guitar work, intoxicating melodic harmonies, brooding drum beats, and crushingly emotional vocals from dual-vocalists Jeffery Mudgett and Trevor Bookout. These five new tracks showcase the growth and evolution Captives has accomplished as a promising band on the rise and further builds the theme established on their 2012 EP, My Eyes Are Open. An afterimage is a visual image retained after looking at something vivid, an image you can still see after you've turned away or closed your eyes. Even after minutes the illusion will remain if the image was distinct enough. Afterimage represents still seeing and feeling those things that are no longer with us, when only an impression remains. Afterimage recorded, mixed, and mastered by Stephen Hawkes (American Me, I Am The Ocean, Exotic Animal Petting Zoo) at Interlace Audio in Portland, Oregon. Afterimage is set to release on August 20, 2013 via Reveille Records. Pre-orders will be up for the 10" vinyl version of the release on the same day. Track list: 1. All I Have 2. Broken Oars 3. Leaving 4. To Forget 5. Squander Stream: https://soundcloud.com/reveillerecords/sets/captives-afterimage-ep Let us know what you guys think!
  8. All vinyl orders for Protagonist vinyl have shipped! Check your e-mail for a tracking number! If you picked up a copy from Paper + Plastick your orders will ship out shortly. Thanks for the support and we hope you enjoy all the free goodies we packed with your orders! If you haven't ordered yet, be sure to do so soon so that you can get your favorite color! Both colors are limited to 100 pieces each. And incase you forgot, here are the features of the vinyl: Limited to 500 copies 3 color variations: Fluorescent Pink w/ Purple Marble (100), Coke Bottle Clear/White Split (100), Classic Black (300) Glossy Spot UV on front and back cover Double sided insert featuring original artwork by Adam Forst of Foment Media Each copy comes with a digital “vinyl rip” of the album You can pre-order the album from Reveille Records or Paper + Plastick Records. Full album stream: SoundCloud
  9. Bump right before the holidays! Enjoy your 4th guys! Also, we do ship internationally, e-mail us at contact[@]reveillerecords.com about it so we can give you the best rate possible.
  10. Protagonist - The Chronicle FFO: No Trigger, Strike Anywhere, Heartsounds Genre: Melodic Punk, Punk Rock We are approaching the 5th anniversary of The Chronicle, a release that many feel is the album that defines Protagonist’s career as a band and a staple of classic punk rock for the new age. To commemorate this milestone, Reveille Records and Paper + Plastick Records have teamed up to get this release pressed on vinyl for the very first time. You can pre-order the album from Reveille Records or Paper + Plastick Records. Release Information: Pre-orders: July 1, 2013 Release date: July 23, 2013 Features: Limited to 500 copies 3 color variations: Fluorescent Pink w/ Purple Marble (100), Coke Bottle Clear/White Split (100), Classic Black (300) Glossy Spot UV on front and back cover Double sided insert featuring original artwork by Adam Forst of Foment Media Each copy comes with a digital “vinyl rip” of the album A word from Reveille Records “Punk didn’t die. It matured. It grew up. With its maturity came progression. The Chronicle is classic punk rock for the new age with tight guitars, a strong rhythm section, and vocals that hit so hard you’ll think the band is standing with you in your basement. Protagonist’s The Chronicle was released nearly 5 years years ago and since then the punk rock wave has ebbed into new territory. With pop punk, 90s revival, and gruff punk taking over now is the perfect time to bring punk back to its roots. The Chronicle is what punk rock sounds like at its core. Classic punk rock will never go out of style, never fade, and certainly never die as long as there are albums like this continue to resurface every once in a while in order to ground the rapidly changing fads that are always apparent in the punk scene. And that is why I am proud and extremely excited for Reveille Records to be a part of releasing Protagonist’s The Chronicle on vinyl for the first time ever.” - Bill Leary of Reveille Records Press Buzz: “On The Chronicle, [Protagonist] drink deeply from the essence of summer nights, and then regurgitate on rowdy numbers “Light The Fuse,” “1095 Days,” and “IAMTHEGHOST.” - AbsolutePunk.net “After all, their debut Paper + Plastick release, The Chronicle, is more than worthy of praise and recognition and should have made it on many year end lists” - ThePunkSite.com Additional info: THE VINYL WILL SHIP OUT ON OR BEFORE JULY 23 if you order from us (Reveille Records). The records are coming in within the next couple of days, so there will be no delays. We've also added some great distro items in our store recently (Rust Belt Lights, American Verse, Post Season, Civil War Rust, The Riot Before...) along with limited colored vinyl from our other artists (This Is Your Life, Boxer, Eyes Wide) so please check them out as well! You can't beat our shipping prices, they're as low as they can get and we ship fast and package with care and free goodies.
  11. The best part of Summer is driving around with your windows down and blaring your favorite music. This summer Reveille Records wants to give you some free tunes so you can do just that! All Summer long our entire catalogue will be FREE to download from our BandCamp page. Here's what we have to offer so far: Boxer/Eyes Wide - Split EP FFO: Turnover, Daylight, Basement, Title Fight - 4.5/5 on Punknews.org, 4/5 on Easycore.net Stream/Download This Is Your Life - Before We Fade Away FFO: Counterparts, Hostage Calm, Comeback Kid, Strike Anywhere - 5/5 on Punknews.org, 86% on AbsolutePunk.net, 4/5 on DyingScene.com Stream/Download Captives - My Eyes Are Open FFO: Brand New, Balance & Composure, Citizen - 82% on AbsolutePunk.net, 8/10 on RockFreaks.net, Editor's Pick in Rock Sound Magazine Stream/Download Boxer - Undertow FFO: Title Fight, Turnover, Daylight - 4/5 on PunkNews.org, 4/5 on ModernVinyl.com Stream/Download Hope you all enjoy and please share this with your friends! You can also buy all of our releases in physical formats over in our webstore. <3 Reveille Records
  12. Well 50% does seem high. I don't know how'd you make your money back that way, especially with a small run of 500 or less. Not to knock your effort, but having a label as a "hobby" and expecting to break even on your releases isn't going to work out well. Selling just 250 records is hard work. You have to put tons of time/effort into promoting the release, if people don't know it's available they can't buy it, plus you have to build up your labels cred so that people feel safe order from you. And if your band is an unknown, you also have to build up their following and make sure that they're steady touring/promoting themselves in order to gain attention and in return have the ability to sell more albums. Also doing a small run is silly sometimes because often the difference in price for a press of 300 to 500 is only a few hundred dollars and the potential profits goes way up because you have almost double the records to sell. I'm not sure why you'd consider licensing material and then only press a few hundred records. It seems like a waste of money. I would assume if you're putting out money to release licensed material on vinyl that you'd choose one with the ability to sell at least 500. I don't know, maybe try and have your first release be from a band that just released an album or will be soon and get that pressed. This way you don't have to deal with licensing fees. I didn't mean to sound discouraging, but moving records is not easy and requires a lot of effort. It may seem like a casual hobby, but if your aim is to break even, it'll be really hard if you take a backseat approach. I'm just saying because it is an investment that'll cost you ~$2,000 and that's not a fun amount of money to lose.
  13. Boxer kicked off their Spring tour the other day with Featherweight. Check out their upcoming dates and be sure to catch a show if you can. They've got new merch on tour with them and will be playing their new songs off the Split EP with Eyes Wide. You can pick up the digital download of their newest release "Boxer/Eyes Wide - Split EP" here for just $4. Or on CD here for just $5.
  14. Hey man, Here's our e-mail address: [email protected] We can definitely do better on shipping costs on that, the way our shipping works on the site is a bit funky with international orders. So send me an e-mail and I think we can do it for like half of that, maybe even less. Thanks again for the support man! Bill Reveille Records
  15. This week only, you can pick up the EP on BandCamp and Reveille Records' Web-store for only $4! Here are some reviews that have came in: "Boxer and Eyes Wide up the ante with three tracks each and this represents another one of those times, when you go in with no real expectations, only to be blown away by the sheer power of the album. Each band offer something with so much emotional tissue and connectivity in this untitled split, that it'll surely be on repeat for a little longer than you'd initially anticipate. It has that strong sense of urgency in its musical push." 4.5/5 from Punknews.org "Boxer and Eyes Wide, as an end result these two acts bring to the table a beautifully crafted split that holds true to their influences, along with signifying a progressive sound to call their own." 4/5 Easycore.net You can also stream the full EP over at Rock Sound Magazine. We are also running a contest to win free digital downloads on Reveille Records' Facebook page.
×