No Bragging Rights has announced they have signed to Pure Noise Records. The band will be entering the studio next month with Will Putney (The Amity Affliction, Like Moths to Flames, Texas In July) to record their follow up to Cycles (2012), their most successful album to date.
No Bragging Rights, a melodic hardcore band from Riverside, CA, was the first band to ever be signed to Pure Noise Records in 2009 and has now returned to the label. They will be playing the Pure Noise Records 5-year anniversary show in Oakland, CA on March 21st at Oakland Metro. No Bragging Rights is also currently on tour with Rotting Out. For a full list of tour dates, please see below.
Mike Perez, vocalist of No Bragging Rights, had this to say about signing with Pure Noise Records:
"It's crazy to think we were Jake's first release with Pure Noise. It was literally just us and Jake. Watching Jake build the label to what it is today is something we all have had a pleasure watching. We are very excited and very proud to be coming back home to the Pure Noise family."
No Bragging Rights US Tour Dates:
March 12 - Q Bar - Darien, IL
March 13 - Triple Rock Social Club - Minneapolis, MN
March 14 - Czar Bar - Kansas City, MO
March 15 - Bluebird Theater - Denver, CO
March 16 - Shred Shed - Salt Lake City, UT
March 17 - The Shredder - Boise, ID
March 18 - The Vera Project - Seattle, WA
March 19 - Branx - Portland, OR
March 20 - Klamath County Fairground - Klamath Falls, OR
March 21 - Oakland Metro (Pure Noise Records Show) - Oakland, CA
March 29 - Desert Breeze Park - Las Vegas, NV
May 2 - Recess Studios - Santa Ana, CA
May 3 - The Underground - Mesa AZ
May 4 - Gary's Place - Tucson, AZ
May 6 - Red 7 - Austin, TX
May 7 - Tomcats West - Ft. Worth, TX
May 8 - The Compound - Tulsa, OK
May 9 - Fubar - St. Louis, MO
May 10 - Three Kings Bar - Covington, KY
May 11 - Double Happiness - Columbus, OH
May 12 - Ottawa Tavern - Toledo, OH
May 13 - Planet Trog - Allentown, PA
May 14 - Champs Bar - Trenton, NJ
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