Triple Eye Industries

A Noise Rock Record Label based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Volunteer Record Release Show at Cactus Club 10/30/2014

Volunteer has just announced their record release show at Cactus Club on October 11, 2014. It’s a “school night” so they’ve opted for a lean and mean, three band bill featuring Child Bite and Like Like the the the Death.

Exclusive stream of “Nein” off the forthcoming Volunteer 10″ has posted an EXCLUSIVE stream of Volunteer’s first song off their new 10″ EP due out October 14.

Volunteer “goner” 10inch EP available for Pre-Order

The 4-song EP is pressed on both opaque red w/black swirl (only 200 available) and standard black (only 100 available), standard weight vinyl. Pre-order your copy from either Volunteer or Forge Again Records via their respective bandcamp pages.

Soup Moat joins the Triple Eye roster for upcoming 7″

Triple Eye Industries is happy to announce that we’ve worked out details with Milwaukee’s very own party-sludge trio, Soup Moat, to release a limited edition 7 inch due out early 2015. The guys have been working hard, writing a ton of new material after the addition of their latest member.

Test presses for Volunteer’s “goner” EP have arrived!

We just received our test pressings of the Volunteer “goner” 10″ today from United. Instead of adding the smokey black swirls, they’re simply translucent red. This means, not only are they test pressings, they’re also their own unique color! Can’t wait for band practice tonight. Stoked!

Triple Eye Industries secures The Black Birch for PR

We are proud to announce that we’ve secured The Black Birch freelance PR for the Volunteer “goner” EP. Bariann and Peter will be doing a full service two-month campaign prior to our our first “official” release.

The reference lacquer for Volunteer’s “goner” EP has arrived!

Can’t wait to throw this on the stereo and give a listen with the guys before band practice starts. “Lucky” Dave Eck did a superb job on the Volunteer 12″, and pretty much every other band’s record we’ve heard lately. Hearing your own band on a reference lacquer is pretty much THE BEST it’s ever going to sound.

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