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We skated together in high school and went to every hardcore show together. To make ends meet I also do some legal work on the side for producers and managers and other labels, as well as design work. Archived from the original on Speaking of Jersey, I was lucky enough to play a lot of shows there in the mid-’90s. I’ve had band members come to me in the last few years and apologize for shit they’ve said after the all the dust settles and their bands broke up and they moved on with their lives. Formed in , the band blended influences stemming from modern hardcore punk, symphonic black metal, and melodic And that’s coming from someone who’s from NYC!

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Probably the biggest name I signed simply from an unsolicited demo was It Dies Today. You graduated law school in the ’90s, but you chose to focus all of your efforts on running the label. A lot has been written about the trash-talking some of the musicians have done about you and the label in the past. The physical and digital breakdowns are vastly different by band and album, it all depends on the style of music. He started Endeavor in high school but had a bunch of member changes, and it wasn’t until about that they had a solid lineup and put out their first 7″, after one or two pretty terrible demos.


InBleeding Through suggested to Trustkill that they would like to release a reissue of their release The Truth but the idea was rejected for various reasons.

Josh Grabelle (Trustkill Records, Bullet Tooth)

We played a handful of shows mostly in the N. As you’ll see below, Grabelle answers everything candidly and directly. Underdog in Belmar, N. There was a lot of negotiation between us, but when it was done, we trustjill felt good about it.

In this new interview, I chat with him about his lengthy history in the hardcore and punk scenes. At that point there really was no other way of promoting shows. I trustki,l at the very least it would be me and my close friends. In the mids I had a staff of around six people who would all come to my basement office in Tinton Falls, N.

In the summer of we did a U. Open Hand’s You and Me is a great example of a record that was so great and timeless and I think it flew over most kids’ heads. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I still work with a lot of the eecords people, just in different ways.

Frustkill the early to mid-’90s, pretty much every great hardcore show in N. And that’s coming from someone who’s from NYC! Eighteen Visions, Bleeding Through, Bullet for My Valentine, and Poison the Well are just a few of the bigger acts that called the label home throughout the years.

Reviews Under the Big Black Sun: The first time I remember learning about the label was through Endeavor, a New Jersey band I think a lot of folks recores don’t know about or have forgotten. There are some bands out there recirds give themselves all the credit as tristkill work their way up the ladder of the business. The vocalist of that band, Carl Severson, also ran a label, Ferret Records.


I had to walk away from Trustkill. Throughout trusrkill years, I’ve interviewed quite a few indie label founders, and the common thread most of them have shared is that they initially started their companies in order to release a record by a local band they loved.

Before introducing the song the band has called Trustkill a “shitty label” and have said that they are now proud to be a part of Rise Records. I met Carl in because we were in a class together. The band was signed to Trustkill Records until it dissolved in Other than the finances, starting over has been amazing.

When they played “Justice” I almost lost my fucking mind.

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Well, except for the time we were on our way to Seattle and the Harvest van caught on fire and a bunch of our merch melted.

So I bailed on a clerkship with a judge and decided to give the label a real shot. What was the toughest part about starting the new label? To make ends meet I also do some legal work on the side for producers and managers and other labels, as well as design work.