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Bombworks Records
Bombworks Records
Information
Founded:

January 2004

Founder:

Rob Colwell

Genre:

Extreme metal, Black metal, Thrash metal, Death metal

Country:

United States

Location:

McKinney, Texas

CBombworks Records is a record label that originated out of the United States in McKinney, Texas. The label began in January 2004, created by Rob Colwell.[1]

The label has been host to several bands, including Antestor,[2] A Hill to Die Upon,[3] Crimson Thorn,[4] and Deliverance.[5]

Current Artists Edit

Former Artists Edit

Active Edit

Disbanded Edit

  • Amos
  • Armageddon Holocaust
  • Asher
  • Bealiah
  • Dark Endless
  • Dark Lay Still
  • Darkness Before Dawn
  • Encryptor
  • Fearscape
  • Hope Has Failed Us
  • I Am the Messenger
  • Luminaria
  • Penny for the Old Guy
  • Royal Anguish
  • Seven Angels
  • Skies
  • The Souls Unrest
  • Евроклідон
  • Xnihilio

Hiatus Edit

  • Adiastasia
  • Century Sleeper
  • Common Yet Forbidden
  • Nocturnal Faith
  • Usynlig Tumult

References Edit

  1. "Bombworks Records Interview". The Whipping Post. January 18, 2006. Retrieved on December 21, 2019.
  2. JoshIVM (February 18, 2013). "Antestor - Unchained". Indie Vision Music. Retrieved on December 21, 2019.
  3. C., Taylor (April 1, 2012). "A Hill To Die Upon - Omens". Indie Vision Music. Retrieved on December 21, 2019.
  4. thrashboy (December 30, 2016). "'Bombworks Records' to Re-Release All 'Crimson Thorn' Albums Next Year". The Metal Resource. Retrieved on December 21, 2019.
  5. Peterson, Doug (January 2018). "Deliverance - Weapons of Our Warfare". Down the Line Zine. Retrieved on December 21, 2019.
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