On March 17, 2010 the Metro Spirit published an article featuring local band Veara just as they were signing on with Epitaph Records. The following year MS contributor Bryan Allen shared what Epitaph Records called Veara’s “southern mosh-pitality”. Read the articles then catch drummer Harrell’s newest awesomest hobby-playing along to hip hop. Makes for pretty […]
Last week I wrote about my long-held tenet that Augusta has almost zero appreciation for the music that vibrates within throwing distance of its own ears. I submitted an Exhibit A in Julia Easterlin. For the two of the one-two punch I present Veara. What a ride it has been for Veara so far. A […]
For hometown pop-punk outfit Veara, their days of small, DIY tours and playing in front of 20 people have to come to an end. Last week, the band signed a deal with Epitaph Records, an L.A.-based record label founded by Brett Gurewitz, guitarist of pioneering punk band Bad Religion. An announcement for the release date […]
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