NewsAugust 15, 2007 8:02 PM ET7,231 views

Cursed frontman launches record label

Cursed frontman Chris Colohan has formed his own record label called High Anxiety 416. Here's the official word from Colohan: "After wanting to do it for so many years, I'm finally getting around to starting up a small record label to put out mainly (but not exclusively) 7" vinyl, of mainly (but not exclusively) Toronto-area bands and friends' bands. High Anxiety 416 records will be distributed exclusively by No Idea Records worldwide - so any store, distro or individual will be able to get it cheaply and reliably from them. The first 3 EPs in the works are: Living Darkness (Toronto) - S/T EP Our Father - (Toronto) - EP Crux of Aux (members of Cursed) EP And up ahead (this fall/winter): Cheap Tragedies - (Clevo Erba-Core) 7" Lullabye Arkestra - (Toronto, Constellation Records) Kittens (Winnipeg, 1990's) - Discography Ruination- final sessions 7" (with extras) ...and some other Cursed-related projects. Once I can get some records out and everything rolling, I'm hoping to eventually publish several of the books I've been working on for years now: 9 Lives, This Highway Never Fucking Ends, and yes, holy fuck - Other People's Girlfriends. So that's it. Most of the bands listed above have Myspace pages, check them out - but I don't use it myself. So there won't be a Myspace for High Anxiety 416, but there will be a website up this fall that you can access through the Cursed site."

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