PVRIS Announce Debut Album ‘White Noise’

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 22, 2014

image

PVRIS will be releasing their debut album, White Noise, on November 4th via Rise Records. Check out the artwork and track listing for the release below after the jump.

Related Stories:
The Honeymoon Tour: Mayday Parade, Tonight Alive, Major League, PVRIS 

Read More

Texas Is The Reason Frontman Garrett Klahn Announces Rise 7”

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 18, 2014

Texas Is The Reason’s Garrett Klahn is releasing a 7” on Rise Records on Novemebr 18th. Stream “I Don’t Care At All” below.

Read More

Transit Release First Song “Rest To Get Better” From ‘Joyride’

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 17, 2014

image

Transit have released a new song from Joyride called “Rest To Get Better.” The album will be out on October 14th via Rise Records. Stream the song here via Alt or below after the jump.

Related Stories: 
Transit ‘Joyride’ Album Details
Tim Landers Releases Statement On Leaving Transit
 

Read More

Silverstein Sign To Rise Records

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 9, 2014

Silverstein have signed to Rise Records. The band will be releasing a new album in 2015. Check out a tweet from the label below.

Read More

Rise Records Japan Tour

by Zack Zarrillo - Sep 5, 2014

Issues and Alive Like Me are taking the Rise Records tour to Japan shortly. Check out the dates below after the jump.

Read More

Hands Like Houses ‘Reimagine’ EP Details

by Zack Zarrillo - Aug 25, 2014

image

Hands Like Houses will be releasing Reimagine EP on September 16th via Rise Records. Check out the artwork and track listing for the release below after the jump.

Read More

Transit ‘Joyride’ Album Details

by Zack Zarrillo - Aug 20, 2014

image

Transit will be releasing Joyride on October 14th via Rise Records. Pre-order here and check out the artwork and track listing for the release below after the jump.

Related Stories:
Four Year Strong, Transit, Such Gold, Seaway Announce Tour
Transit Announce ‘Joyride’ + Tour With Such Gold, Driver Friendly   

Read More

Transit Announce ‘Joyride’ + Tour With Such Gold, Driver Friendly

by Zack Zarrillo - Aug 18, 2014

image

Transit, Such Gold, and Driver Friendly are touring together this fall. The band has also confirmed that Joyride will be out on October 21st via Rise Records. Check out the dates below with a new song clip as well after the jump.

Read More

Rise Records Partner With Hot Topic For Massive Vinyl Reissue Series

by Zack Zarrillo - Aug 8, 2014

Rise Records have teamed up with Hot Topic for a slew of vinyl reissues. Check out details from Hot Topic below after the jump.

Read More

Crown The Empire Land At 7 On Billboard Top 200

by Zack Zarrillo - Jul 30, 2014

image

Mark another one down for Rise. Crown The Empire's The Resistance sold 24,000 units week one, which places it at 7 on the Billboard 200. This is Rise’s fourth top ten release in a year, and fifth in thirteen months. Check out their placements below after the jump.

Related Stories: 
Crown The Empire, Secrets, Volumes Fall Tour
Crown The Empire Announce New Album ‘The Resistance’ 

Read More

POZ Interview: PVRIS + Matty Arsenault

by Zack Zarrillo - Jul 25, 2014

PropertyOfZack Senior Writer Jesse Richman headed out to Warped Tour a few weeks ago to sweat while watching bands, but to also do some great interviews for the site. 

Jesse spoke with Lynn Gunn from PVRIS about their Warped Tour experiences, singing to Rise after almost being on another label, new music, and the current scene before transitioning into a conversation with Matty from A Loss For Words. Read the interview below!

by Jesse Richman

Can I get your name and what you do in the band?
LG: Lyndsey [Gunn], I sing and play guitar in Pvris.

First of all, how’s Warped Tour going for you?
Amazing!

Tell me a little bit about what the experience has been like for you.
Lots of sun and burning and walking and pushing heavy objects and having fun!

Are you guys on the full run of the tour?
No, we only get two weeks. We hop off tomorrow.

So you’re right at the end of your run. Are you feeling run ragged yet?
No! We’re finally in the groove of it, and we want it to continue, to keep going to the end, but we only got two weeks. We finally got in the groove and started making friends, and it’s like “bye, you can’t be here anymore!”

You’re one of those bands that, for the last year or so, I would hear little things about, here and there. We did a POZ Showcase on you a while ago. And then suddenly, in the last couple months, it feels like you’re everywhere. Tell me a little bit about what’s been going down. I know you just signed to Rise / Velocity — tell me how that came together.
We did sign with them. We were originally supposed to sign to a different label. This actually happened a year ago, one year from two days ago. We were supposed to sign our contracts to a different label — I’m not going to say who — but literally the morning that we were supposed to sign, Matty [Arsenault, band manager / A Loss For Words vocalist] came running up to us, “don’t sign anything, we got an offer from Rise.”

Is that a label you’d had your eye on since the beginning?
Yeah. We had kind of settled for another label, we were kind of like “whatever, we can make this work.” Rise was the top dog that we were aiming for, and we ended up getting it!

One of the reasons I ask is because, I know you’re on the Velocity side which is a little different, but whatever Rise’s core sound is — and they’ve kind of got a couple of them now — none of it is quite what you guys are doing.
Yeah, it’s very, very different. They’re all really excited about it, which is cool.

What was it about Rise that you clicked with?
The freedom. They don’t have their hands in anything, we just get to do whatever the hell we want. To the point where, like, we sent over pre-production and rough mixes while we were in the studio, and they heard them and they didn’t know what to do, it was so different. That’s how much freedom you have, you can completely wow them.

That leads right into something else I was going to ask. I’ve heard the little bit that you’ve put out from the upcoming album, and it is a very different sound from where Pvris started out. Tell me a little bit about how your sound evolved, and where that came from.
I’ve actually been really into using programs like Reason for electronic music. Even when we were recording our EP I was into that stuff, and just wasn’t brave enough to incorporate it. It’s funny, because Blake [Harnage, producer of Pvris’ upcoming full length and member of Versa] actually was the one who got me into that years ago. I went to see them at a show and was like “yo, I know you do all this stuff, can you teach me? Or just help me out a little?” He and I have been in touch ever since, and he’s kind of been a mentor to me with electronic programming. It was cool to finally get in the studio with him — we put our sounds together, and went off. It was fun.

Read More

Rise Records Looking For An Intern

by Zack Zarrillo - Jul 4, 2014

image

Rise Records is a pretty decent label, so they’re looking for a pretty decent intern to help them out. Check out details below after the jump.

Read More

Teenage Bottlerocket Sign To Rise Records

by Zack Zarrillo - Jun 24, 2014

Teenage Bottlerocket have signed to Rise Records. The band will be recording a new album with Bill Stevenson after Warped. Check out a press release below after the jump.

Read More

PVRIS Sign To Rise, Velocity Records

by Zack Zarrillo - Jun 18, 2014

PVRIS have officially signed to Rise/Velocity Records and will be releasing their debut full-length this year. Check out the band’s dates on Warped tour below after the jump.

Read More

Emily’s Army Announce ‘Swim’ EP

by Zack Zarrillo - Jun 17, 2014

image

Emily’s Army will be releasing Swim on July 22nd via Rise Records. Check out the artwork below after the jump.

Read More