Hold on tight, Detroit rockers Arm Your Enemy are charging on to the scene with their debut release, Vanguard.
Mixing elements of punk, indie and classic rock with layers of pop-influenced melodies, Vanguard is like a volcano, building in strength until it erupts. Vanguard displays the bands’ full range of emotions, from introspective and a bit sullen (Counting City Lights) to pissed off with a taste for vengeance (We Came for Blood).
eleased 28 January 2014
Ryan Alexia – Bass and Vocals
Keith Britt – Vocals
Matthew Edwards – Guitar and Vocals
Jay Miller – Drums
Franco Pecorelli – Guitar and Vocals
All Lyrics and Music written by Matthew Edwards;
Except Lyrics to Guilty Accusations by Keith Britt
Recorded in July and August 2013 at Rhythm 11 Studios in Chesterfield Township, MI.
Mixed and Mastered by Vin Strockis and Will D’Anna at Rhythm 11
Produced by: Vin Strockis, Will D’Anna and Arm Your Enemy
The Whoapocalypse is coming, where do you want to be when it does?
Don’t worry, the world isn’t going to end, but it may feel like it if you miss this show. Could you live with yourself if you missed the premiere of The Mizzerables video for their new single, Bottoms Up? Of course not, so get to the Token Lounge in Westland on July 13.
While you’re there, you’re going to see some kick ass punk rock from Bottle Kids (Chicago), Due North, Cruise Italy, Wrist-Rocket, The Mizzerables and P.T.’s Revenge.
So get your tickets now, or spend the rest of your life listening to your friends talk about how amazing of a time you missed. Trust us, that’s not a disappointment that you want to live with.
Doors at 7:00PM music at 7:30PM SHARP!
Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door
Order tickets via Eventbrite:
The 2011 Whoa! Records Benefit Show, the first in what will hopefully become an annual tradition, was an overwhelming success! With all of your help, we were able to have a rocking time while raising over $700 and nearly 400 pounds of food for Gleaners Community Food Bank in Detroit.
Well over 200 fans showed up to watch the P.T.’s Revenge, Slo-Poke, Wrist-Rocket, Blindshot and Ten Ninety Dec. 30 at Small’s in Hamtramck. Those of you attending the show were asked to bring $6 or two cans of food. Many of you brought entire bags of food, and in doing so, helped us exceed all of our wildest expectations. Because of you, many Detroit families won’t go hungry.
Keeping it all together wasn’t easy, and there are many people – Mike, Melody, Jeff, Anthony, and everyone else working at Small’s that night – that kept the whole thing running smoothly.
We would also like to thank Liquid Chaos Tattoos, Jeff Gaydash and InkAddict for donating items for the raffle.
Most importantly, a big thanks goes out to all the fans for showing up to watch some great bands and to support a very worthy case.
Photos by Anna Murray (except Kevin’s, someone took that, we don’t know who):
Whoa! Records is happy to announce our first Whoa! Records Benefit Show with a whole bunch of Metro Detroit band reunions in support of Gleaners Community Food Bank.
Friday, December 30th, 2011
P.T.’s Revenge, Slo-Poke, Wrist-Rocket, Blindshot, 1090
Doors will be at 8pm and the first band will start at 8:45pm sharp.
All proceeds and donations will go to Gleaners Community Food Bank. The cover charge is $6 or two cans/bags/packages of non-perishable food.
Remember, you can purchase records from http://store.whoarecords.net. All proceeds from sales will go to Gleaners Community Food Bank through 12/30. Please help us reach our goal of $500 in proceeds from sales for Gleaners. We have currently raised about $75 toward our goal.
Today we posted three records, two of which were previously released and one that was never released in the old catalog.
- Wrist-Rocket “The Makeshift Revolution”
- P.T.’s Revenge “…And What About the Rest of Us?”
- The Halifax Notion “S/T”
The records are available on Bandcamp (click the store link, or go to http://whoarecords.bandcamp.com). Through 12/30 (the tentative reunion show date, more details soon), all net proceeds will go to Gleaners Community Food Bank.
I want to thank all the people who have been helping get the old catalog back together. It’s been great to reconnect with everyone.