Overdose On Records Bio:
First and foremost, I would like to personally thank you for taking the time to check into Overdose On Records. Below is a brief history of why we do what we do and what we’re all about. Enjoy!
The idea for the label all started in 2004, when the rest of the members of Common Enemy and I started helping DRP Records with the release of our album, “Late Night Skate”. We had a lot of fun with the promotion and distribution of this album and along with touring and talking to so many great people through out the world we decided we wanted to start a label ourselves. Since we have been working closely with DRP Records on our own release, we decided to start a hard working DIY punk division to support great music everywhere.
Officially starting in 2005, with the release of The Twats vs. Common Enemy split 7” and The Twats “Hell in My Pants” CD, Overdose On Records was off to a great start! The Twats played a huge part in the start, structure, and future ideas of how the label was to be laid out. For this we truly thank them and miss them as a band!
Through out the years we have released many great releases and in the summer of 2010, with the new collectively run partnership of Devon, xBrucex, Vivian, and myself, new sparks of ideas are igniting and a new found appreciation of music is reborn. With the extra help of the new partners, we hope to work more hands on with the bands, work more with people having the same beliefs, release more great albums, and do more for the local area music scene.