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Sound Riot Records

Sound Riot Records
Founded 1994
Founder Gilson Rodrigues
Louis Rodrigues
Genre Black metal
Death metal
Doom metal
Power metal
Country of origin Brazil
Official website http://www.soundriotrecords.com/

Sound Riot Records is an independent record label founded in March 1994 in Brazil. The company started as a small mailorder service for demo-tapes and 7"EPs. In the same year, the CD distribution started and Sound Riot Records became the official distributor for European record labels such as Displeased, Misanthropy, Holy, No Fashion, Cold Meat Industry, Avantgarde Music, and among others.

The idea to running an own record label came during 1995 and the debut release came out in March 1996. In March 1999, they decided to move to Europe. Since then, the company is based in Portugal and they have signed various European black, doom, death and power metal bands such as Tristwood, Requiem, Chain Collector, Excalion, Infernum, Frostmoon and Svartsyn.

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External links

  • Official website
  • Sound Riot Records at Myspace.com
  • Sound Riot Records at Discogs
  • Sound Riot Records at Rate Your Music
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