Panic Records have signed All Teeth, according to recent news releases from the label. Here's the word from the horse's mouth:
It's been a long time coming, it's now official, All Teeth have joined this thing of ours, Panic Records. A long time coming is an understatement as All Teeth have been a band that Panic has been eagerly waiting to work with. Talks began back in February when All Teeth rolled through on tour with Defeater and I was blown away. I was already into All Teeth before hand and loved their LP "I Am Losing", but the new songs they played and the downsizing of members (2 vocalists down to 1 solid frontman, David Kelling) caught my attention and it was evident that All Teeth were well on their way to becoming one of my favorite current hardcore bands.
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An important factor in being a part of Panic is that the people that make up the bands are people I would hang out with on any day of the week, All Teeth are good people and ones that I know I will become great friends with over time. Being teased with the promise of new songs over months and months, waiting and waiting...finally I was given some jams to listen to. Good things come to those who wait and good is also an understatement. All Teeths' first release on Panic will be their new EP Young Love and it's incredible. 5 brand new songs that are miles above anything they've ever done and miles above anything that most bands have done. Caught in between the Nerve Agents, Hope Conspiracy and American Nightmare, the songs on Young Love gave me goosebumps upon first listen and repeated goosebumps with repeated listens. The lyrics are easy to connect and identify with and the music is exactly what I would want to play myself. If you couldn't tell, I'm very excited to have All Teeth as a part of the Panic Records family and I hope you will give them some love and attention too. All Teeth have put up Caller ID from Young Love on their Facebook page to listen to, so listen to it and tell us (Panic and All Teeth) what you think.
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