Pizza of Death Records

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Pizza of Death Records
Parent company Fat Wreck Chords (1994–1999)
Founded 1994
Founder Ken Yokoyama
Distributor(s) Toy's Factory
Genre Punk rock
Country of origin Japan
Location Tokyo, Japan
Official website

Pizza of Death is a Japanese record label based in Tokyo, Japan, and was founded by Hi-Standard front man Ken Yokoyama. It was created in 1994 as a record label inside a record label (Fat Wreck Chords), and officially established itself as fully independent in 1999 with the release of Hi-Standard's Making the Road.[1] The label currently holds 19 bands, 5 of which are based in The United States and Europe. One of these is Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, which is associated with several well-known American punk musicians from the United States, including producer and bassist Fat Mike of NOFX.[2]

Toy's Factory currently distributes this label.

Current Bands[edit]

Japanese bands:

North American and European bands:



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