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One Win Choice announce break-up, final tour to come next month

One Win Choice are calling it a career.

The Philadelphia melodic hardcore act have announced today that their upcoming tour (dates coming soon) that culminates with their appearance at FEST 11 will be their lost. Here’s the official statement from the band:

After roughly ten years of One Win Choice being a band, those of us who remain have decided to call it quits.  Recently, Justin, our guitar player and one of the founding members relayed to us that it was time for him to bow out and focus on other aspects of his life.  Given all the changes we have had in the last three to four  years, we saw that it was time to put One Win Choice to rest and move on.  Our final tour will be at the end of October down to the Fest in Gainesville, Florida and we could think of no better way to celebrate it than with our best buddies in Astpai from overseas.  Final dates are coming soon.

We cannot possibly thank everyone enough for all the support over the years, from releasing records, booking shows, cooking meals, sleeping places, kind words, and good conversations.  

Keep an eye out for new music from the remaining four in the not so distant future.  

See you on the road, at The Fest, or in our daily lives.  

-Dan, Justin, Justin, Pete, and Phil 

We’ll keep you posted on official farewell tour dates.

One Win Choice’s last release was “Conveyor,” released last year through Jump Start Records.



One Win Choice and Astpai announce US/European dates

Melodic hardcore act  One Win Choice Austrian punk act Astpai have just announced a string of US and European tour dates. Check them out here.

One Win Choice last released “Conveyor” on March 1st, 2011 throughJump Start Records. Astpai released their last full length “Heart To Grow” in September of 2010.



Jump Start Records posts free compilation: “Sugar 2, Volume 3”

Philadelphia based Jump Start Records have posted a new label sampler for free download, which features brand new tracks from 28 label artists and friends including Aspiga, One Win Choice, and Astpai.

Check it out at the label’s bandcamp.



One Win Choice announce East Coast tour culminating with Fest 10

Philadelphia melodic hardcore act One Win Choice has just announced a slew of 17 shows over the next two months, in support of their most recent album, “Conveyor”, which was released last March on Jump Start Records. The band will be playing a series of weekend tours and has also confirmed a 10-day East Coast trek beginning on October 18th and culminating with an appearance at FEST 10 in Gainesville, FL.

Joining One Win Choice along the way will be the likes of Caleb Lionheart, Attention, and label mates Astpai. The band will also be sharing the stage with Strike Anywhere, Smoke Or Fire, The Riot Before, The Copyrights, A Wilhelm Scream and more.

For a complete listing of all One Win Choice’s tourdates, go right here.



One Win Choice announce European tour with Astpai

Melodic hardcore act  One Win Choice will be hitting the road with labelmates Astpai in Europe starting April 1st. You can check out the dates right here.

One Win Choice last released “Conveyor” on March 1st, 2011 throughJump Start Records.



Free Album Download: One Win Choice – “Conveyor”

Melodic hardcore act  One Win Choice recently gave away a couple of songs off their upcoming album “Convener.” Now they are offering up their entire album as a “free” donation-based download. Grab your download here.

If you’ve never heard of this band, make sure to check them out if you’re a fan of Strike Anywhere, No Trigger, Good Riddance.

“Conveyor” will be released on March 1st, 2011 through Jump Start Records and will be a follow-up to 2009’s “Define / Redefine”



Free Music: One Win Choice giving away free dowload of 2 songs off upcoming album “Conveyor”

Sweet! Melodic hardcore act One Win Choice are offering free downloads of their songs “Who Threw Out The Itinerary?” and “Frame Your Favorite Pictures” which will appear on their upcoming album “Conveyor”.

Grab your downloads here.

“Conveyor” will be released on March 1st, 2011 through Jump Start Records and will be a follow-up to 2009’s “Define / Redefine”



One Win Choice – Canadian Tour + shows with Strike Anywhere & Sainte Catherines

Philadelphia, PA’s One Win Choice have announced a series of upcoming dates for Canada and the US. The band will be performing with Strike Anywhere, The Sainte Catherines, Junior Battles, Make Do and Mend, Captain We’re Sinking and more.  Check out the dates and locations here.

You can check out a stream of the bands new album “Conveyor” (set to be released March 1, 2011) over at AMP Magazine.



One Win Choice streaming upcoming full-length “Conveyor”

Melodic hardcore act One Win Choice just sort of came out of nowhere with this one.  The band announced today that they will be releasing their second full-length album, titled “Conveyor,” March 1st on Jump Start Records.  The album will be preceded by a 7 inch split with Natural Disasters due out January 18th on Bermunda Mohawk Productions.

Despite the fact that we’re roughly 4 months out from the release date, you can actually stream “Conveyor” in its entirety, and read an interview with the band, right here.



Natural Disasters / One Win Choice releasing split 7-inch

Michigan punk act Natural Disasters are teaming up with New Jersey hardcore act One Win Choice to release a split 7 inch via Bermuda Mohawk Productions.

The album will be released January 18th (artwork by Craig Horky) and according to Natural Disasters, the band is heading into the studio this month to record two new songs for the release.



Free comp download from Pastepunk featuring unreleased and rare tracks

In celebration of Pastepunk’s 12th Anniversary, they have teamed up once again with Beartrap PR to present a 17 song free MP3 compilation. The offering includes a number of previously unreleased songs, rare material, demo recordings for upcoming releases and several exclusive songs recorded just for the compilation. The download includes artwork and a document featuring information about each song and band.

Download it here.



Video: One Win Choice studio update

New Jersey hardcore act One Win Choice headed to the studio in late June to record their next release. They have created a short video for their fans to check out their progress, and it can be viewed here. According to them, guitars and drums have finished tracking, and bass is next.

One Win Choice released their last 7″ Define/Redefine on Jump Start Records in February 2009.



One Win Choice recording plans

one-win-choiceFresh off a six week tour New Jersey melodic hardcore band, One Win Choice, have announced that they will be hitting the studio in February/March to record a new full-length before hitting the road yet again.

The band’s last release was a 7″ titled “Define/Redefine” put out on Jump Start Records in February 2009.



Listen to One Win Choice’s “To Be Loved”

jumpstartlabelNew Jersey melodic hardcore band, One Win Choice, posted a new song called “To Be Loved.” The song was a product of the summer as well as a sample of what they’ve been working on for the last couple of months.

Show the band what it means to be loved by heading over to their MySpace page to listen to their new single.

Also the band will be on tour and you can check the dates here.




One Win Choice welcomes new bass player Dave Aon and is planning upcoming tour

jumpstart2One Choice Win has happily announced they have a new bass player, Dave Aon. To their old bass player Ryan Tierney, we bid you adieu. Dave’s very first show is this Saturday in Hopatcong so to any fans living in New Jersey, go check out their Dying Scene Shows page to see if you’ll be able to go and make him just a little more nervous.

In other news, the band is currently booking a full US tour with their buddies ASTPAI and Junior Battles. We don’t know all the details yet, but the tour should start October 20-something and end in early December.

One Choice Win is currently signed to Jump Start Records and put out a 5 song EP “Define Redefine” in February 2009.