Southern California-based independent record label Hopeless/Sub City Records will once again organize the annual Take Action Tour, which focuses on raising funds and awareness for non-profit organizations.
The seventh incarnation of the tour will kick off in February 2008, featuring EVERY TIME I DIE and ESCAPE THE FATE heading up what is sure to be the most intense Take Action Tour line-up in recent years.
In 1999 Hopeless Records founded Sub City with the mission to make a positive impact that goes beyond music. With over 30 charity releases and counting to go along with the annual Take Action Tour, Hopeless/Sub City Records has recently passed over one million dollars donated to charity.
Take Action was founded by Hopeless/Sub City Records with the mission to create a better world, one voice and one action at a time. Take Action strives to educate people about the positive difference that can be made by each of us in our community through activism and charitable work. To date over $450,000 has been raised through the efforts of Take Action.
EVERY TIME I DIE's latest album, "The Big Dirty", was released in September 2007 through Ferret Music and ESCAPE THE FATE's latest album, "Dying is Your Latest Fashion", was released in September 2006 through Epitaph Records.
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