Record Label Tooth and Nail Releases Movie and Book
Wed, 31 Dec 2014 10:24:54
Famed Seattle-based record label Tooth & Nail Records celebrated its 20th Anniversary in 2013 and to document the last two decades, a film has been created telling the story of the label and artists.
No New Kinda Story is a behind-the-scene look at the rise, fall and rebirth of the iconic label. In addition to the film, there is a commemorative hardbound book with exclusive photos and artwork storytelling the last two decades.
The book is limited run of 1,000 copies with each copy numbered and the proceeds from the book will go towards the charity Music Cares. Both are available now via the T&N webstore.
Founded in 1993 in Southern California in a bedroom by Brandon Ebel, Tooth & Nail Records has a long-standing history that has lead it to be one of the most influential independent labels in the last 20 years. Ebel started the label with a loan from his grandfather and a strong belief in the music that inspired him. From inception, Ebel quickly became immersed in a connected network of musicians, clubs, fanzines and promoters that catapulted the label's success.
Tooth & Nail Records has been the home to many staple and innovative artists including MxPx, Underoath, Anberlin, Norman Jean, mewithoutYou, MAE, Thousand Foot Krutch, Hawk Nelson, Haste the Day and The Chariot. Combined with its hard-rock sister label, Solid State Records, Tooth & Nail Records has released over 600 projects and sold more than 20 million records.
In 2013, Tooth & Nail Records re-launched as a completely independent label group partnering with Sony RED distribution. Throughout the years, the label has gone through many highs and lows, but it is Ebel's relentless spirit and dedication to music that has powered this iconic label.
Movie trailer is below.
Book trailer is below.
Who is your favorite Tooth & Nail artist?