The Rapture form record label

Plus the band confirm UK tour

The Rapture form record label
The Rapture have formed their own record label, and its first release is to be a remix of their song ‘Get Myself Into It’.

The label, entitled Throne Of Blood Records, has already secured distribution in the US and Europe, and according to a press release “some of the most influential producers in dance music” will be coming on board as remixers.

The band have also confirmed that they will tour the UK and Ireland again in February for a series of dates that includes a ShockWaves NME Awards.

The dates are:

Manchester Academy (February 2)
London Astoria (28) (ShockWaves NME Awards show)
Dublin Tripod (March 3)
Glasgow ABC (4)
Leeds Met University (5)
Bristol Academy (7)
Portsmouth Pyramid (8)
Coventry Coliseum (9)
Middlesbrough Empire (10)

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

The Rapture’s new single ‘Whoo! Alright-Yeah...Uh Huh’ or was released on Monday (December 4).

--By our New York staff.
[url="/history"]Find out more about NME.[/url]

Read More On This Artist

More News
SBTRKT streams new song 'The Light' featuring Denai Moore - listen
George Ezra covers Cyndi Lauper's 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun' - watch
Foo Fighters pay tribute to late Gwar frontman Oderus Urungus at crowdfunded gig
James Blake unveils new song on BBC Radio 1 show
David Bowie to release new album 'soon', says producer Tony Visconti
Six Iranians sentenced to prison and lashings for dancing to Pharrell's 'Happy' in...
All We Are announce January 2015 release date for debut album – hear first song now
Yorkshire artists cover Gang Of Four's 'Entertainment!' in special Cassette Store...
Guildford venue The Boileroom saved from closure
Richard Hawley to reissue first three albums on vinyl
Johnny Marr reveals new single 'The Trap'
Flying Lotus reveals new song 'Coronus, The Terminator' – listen
Former member of Tatu says she would 'condemn a gay son' in homophobic TV interview
Manchester orchestra covers Oasis, Sex Pistols and The Smiths – listen
Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson duet to feature on new Queen album 'Queen Forever'
Paul Weller backs campaign to save Guildford venue The Boileroom
Prince reveals new song 'FUNKNROLL' – listen
Guided By Voices announce split and end 'comeback run' with immediate effect
Gwar replace late frontman Oderus Urungus with new singer Vulvatron
Eminem and Sia unveil lyric video for new track 'Guts Over Fear' – watch
Musicians react as Scottish voters reject independence in historic referendum
Laura Jane Grace tweets about 'shitbag' ex-Against Me drummer rumoured to have joined...

More News


Please login to add your comment.

Featured Videos
Latest Tickets - Booking Now
Know Your NME

NME Store & Framed Prints
Most Read News
Popular This Week
Inside NME.COM
On NME.COM Today