Pescaran Death Machine;3875834 said:Hey Noble, I was wondering if it would be ok to contact you once my band starts recording, we are pretty close to that point and all 7 members play Rock Band on a regular basis and being able to play out own songs would be awesome, our band is called Razor Shark in case you were wondering.
noble;3875811 said:While I can't announce any specific songs at this juncture, KMFDM is bringing quite a lot of music to the service. Theres a mix of the old classic mega hits, and new material from the next batch.
noble;3875482 said:The band and I figured that we'd use Bloodmeat for the people that don't know who the band is, but might be familiar with GH. They'll have one of those, OH that band moments, and might be more inclined to pick up future tracks. The band is picking the second track, and they are VERY into getting their stuff onto RBN. If the tracks do well they plan on bringing over a ton (if not all) of their stuff.
Transbrak;3876232 said:Also you should contact Kirtland Records and get the Toadies on RBN!
FairwoodStudios;3876355 said:I wouldn't set your hopes too high on this one.
noble;3876412 said:Already been down that path I take it?
noble;3875431 said:I'm already in contact with Vagrant about some of the other bands.
FairwoodStudios;3876422 said:Yea. Never got a flat-out "no", but at this point I'm not hopeful of getting anything either way. The band's all for it, I just don't think the label cares.
HeyRiles;3876426 said:Please continue! And by all means, don't be afraid to ask about other bands from Vagrant that aren't metal
FairwoodStudios;3876422 said:The band's all for it, I just don't think the label cares.
afterstasis;3876441 said:this seems to be really common amongst 90's alt-rock bands. i had two "should have been bigger" bands willing to let me reissue their material years ago, but both times got dicked over by bitter record labels who would rather sit on master-tapes than get a little cash thrown their way and see a band they once worked with receive some long overdue attention.
weeyoo;3876491 said:What other labels have you contacted about this?
afterstasis;3876441 said:this seems to be really common amongst 90's alt-rock bands.i had two "should have been bigger" bands willing to let me reissue their material years ago, but both times got dicked over by bitter record labels who would rather sit on master-tapes than get a little cash thrown their way and see a band they once worked with receive some long overdue attention.
noble;3876511 said:Road Runner
HeyRiles said:The Parlor Mob!
Chil;3876591 said:Color me interested for some of those bands. With one person per instrument, though, I worry for your collective vitamin D deficiency, because you won't be spending much time outside with 100 tracks to author. If that number is true, the only thing I worry about is that we won't be seeing some of them until this time next year.
noble;3876526 said:Abandon All Ships