Tooth and Nail Records is an indie record company that was founded by Brandon Ebel in 1993 in California, United States. It has moved to Seattle, Washington, and has released records by popular bands such as Underøath, Thousand Foot Krutch and Anberlin. EMI Christian Music Group owns a 50% stake in Tooth & Nail Records. It is widely known as a Christian label as all the bands it hosts confess the Christian faith.

Tooth & Nail records has many sub-labels for different genres of music:

Solid State Records - , , . (Haste the Day, Underøath, August Burns Red)

BEC Recordings - , . (Kutless, Hawk Nelson, KJ-52)

Uprok Records - . (Manafest)

Plastiq Musiq - .

Several Tooth & Nail albums have been RIAA-certified as Gold:

Jeremy Camp:
Carried Me: The Worship Project
Stay
Restored
Beyond Measure

Underøath:
Define the Great Line

Kutless:
Strong Tower

MxPx:
Slowly Going The Way Of The Buffalo

Underøath’s album Define the Great Line debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 in 2006.

Edited by thejcchavez on 2 Dec 2010, 22:26

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