News•July 17, 2013 4:11 PM ET•3,522 views
Victory to distribute Mutant League Records
Official press release: Chicago, IL based label Mutant League Records has entered into an exclusive, worldwide distribution agreement with Victory Records. Mutant League Records was founded in 2012 by Nate Steinheimer, longtime member of the post-hardcore outfit Rosaline. Focusing primarily on punk and hardcore releases, Mutant League aims to provide the most authentic music of its kind. "Being a teenager in Chicago during the early 2000's, Victory was always the quintessential label to turn to for aggressive, influential music" Steinheimer notes, "I'm thrilled to partner with a company that I've admired from the start." Tony Brummel, Founder of Victory Records said, "Nate and I have been speaking for some time about finding a way to work together. In an ever changing industry maximizing the number of passionate music people that we can be in business with is paramount. No one knows who will find the next great artist or where that artist will come from. Nate has a great ear and we look forward to being part of his company's future successes." The deal will commence with new full-length album releases from Seaway and Knuckle Puck in the coming months.
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