Prosthetic Records

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Prosthetic Records
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Founded1998 (1998)
FounderEdward "E.J." Johantgen, Dan Fitzgerald
Distributor(s)The Orchard
GenreExtreme metal, heavy metal
Country of originUnited States
LocationLos Angeles, California
Official websiteprostheticrecords.com

Prosthetic Records is an American record label specializing in heavy metal recordings, founded in Los Angeles, California in 1998 by E.J. Johantgen and Dan Fitzgerald. Prosthetic Records released the first two albums by Lamb of God and Animals as Leaders and was the North American home to Gojira and are currently home to .gif from god, Dawn Ray'd, Vile Creature, Psycroptic, Four Stroke Baron and many more artists.[1]

Artists[edit]

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Current[edit]

  • .gif from god
  • ACxDC
  • Amygdala
  • An Autumn For Crippled Children
  • Ashbringer
  • Astralborne
  • The Atlas Moth
  • Battle Born
  • Bereft
  • Bismuth
  • Blindfolded And Led To The Woods
  • Calligram
  • Cassus
  • Cognizance
  • Dawn Ray’d
  • Depths of Hatred
  • The Ditch & The Delta
  • Dryad
  • Exist
  • Fires in the Distance
  • Fool's Ghost
  • Foretoken
  • Four Stroke Baron
  • Funeral Chic
  • Gama Bomb
  • Horndal
  • Huntsmen
  • Infera Bruo
  • Jason Kui
  • Judicator
  • Junius
  • Kenosis
  • Languish
  • Leeched
  • Loviatar
  • The Machinist
  • Marty Friedman
  • meth.
  • Micawber
  • Monotheist
  • Neckbeard Deathcamp
  • Nekroí Theoí
  • Nekrasov
  • North
  • Paladin
  • Psycroptic
  • Pupil Slicer
  • Reaping Asmodeia
  • Rebel Wizard
  • Sarin
  • Schammasch
  • Sermon
  • Sorxe
  • Snowburial
  • Summoning the Lich
  • SVNEATR
  • Tempel
  • Tripsitter
  • Undeath
  • Varaha
  • Venom Prison
  • Vile Creature
  • Werewolves
  • Wildspeaker
  • Without Waves
  • Wolf King
  • Wormwitch
  • Wristmeetrazor[3]
  • WVRM
  • WuW
  • Zaius

Former[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Label Profile: Prosthetic Records". Alternative Press, January 2009, p. 44.
  2. ^ "Artists". Prosthetic Records. Retrieved August 3, 2010.
  3. ^ n/a. "Wristmeetrazor sign with Prosthetic Records, debut new song". lambgoat.com. Lamb Goat. Retrieved 2018-10-20.

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