Brand new websites for Perris Records and affiliate Rocknation in 2020

Brand new websites for Perris Records and affiliate Rock Nation in 2020

Perris Records has been in business for over 26 years and has recently unveiled its new website for 2020 along with a new website for its affiliate company Rocknation.

Perris Records‘ press release indicates (with slight edits):

Perris Records has started off with a big bang in 2020 with two brand new websites for Perris and its affiliate company Rocknation.

Perris Records website: www.perrisrecords.com

Rocknation website: www.rocknation.us

Perris Records is a premier 80’s independent label that has been in business for over 26 years distributing and promoting hard rock bands such as Helix, Stephen Pearcy, L.A. Guns, VainBang Tango, Enuff Z’Nuff, Heaven’s Edge, Slik Toxik, Moxy, Di’Anno, Roxx Gang, Love/HateBabylon A.D., Dirty Looks, Zan Clan, Beautiful Creatures, Dynazty & many more. Perris Records has launched new bands featuring members of: Iron Maiden, Dangerous Toys, Britny Fox, WarrantCircus of Power, David Lee Roth, Ozzy, Dio, Dirty Looks, Ted Nugent, KIX, Quiet Riot, Slash’s Snake PitHelix, Black Sabbath, Ratt, Lynch Mob, BulletBoys and AC/DC.

Perris Records affiliate company Rocknation

Rocknation online magazine has featured notable names and up and coming artist the music scene. Past issues have had interviews with Judas Priest, Heaven And Hell3 Doors Down, Halford, Hinder, Joe Perry, Shinedown, Puddle Of Mudd, Enuff Z’NuffDirty Looks, Queensrÿche, Triumph, Sebastian Bach, Warrant and many more. ‘Rocknation‘ has featured exclusive concert photos of KISS, Alice Cooper, Night RangerMetallica, Sammy Hagar, Judas Priest, KIX, Scorpions, Warrant, Tesla and many festivals including Rock On The Range, South Texas Rock Fest, Buzzfest in Houston & Rock The Bayou. In 2006 to 2009, Rocknation printed newspaper was a bi-monthly issue carried in over 750 CD stores nationwide. Rocknation TV was a 30 minute music video TV show was carried in over 250 cities on Time Warner and Comcast Public Access cable. The music video TV show featured 55 episodes including video interviews with Judas Priest, Ronnie James DioDuff McKagan, Shinedown, Buckcherry by west coast and east coast VJ’s.”

99 Crimes‘ “Coming Down Like Rain” video:

99 Crimes – “Coming Down Like Rain”

Austin original hard rock band, 99 Crimes, performing “Coming Down like Rain.” Filmed and produced by Steve Miller @ AustinVideoSpecialist.com Filmed at the “1885 Gonzales County Jail” Special thanks to Sandra Wolf for use of the jail. Contact Sandra Wolff for jail dates and ticket information: 830-263-4663 or jail@gonzaleschc.org