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Post Profit Sign With SharpTone Records, Launch “Cancer Culture” Video


Post Profit have newly signed with SharpTone Records. The Texan alternative metallers have dropped a music video for their single “Cancer Culture” below.

Vocalist/guitarist Matt Jackson commented of the song:

“It’s all about cancel culture. People watch you and wait for you to make the wrong step so they can cross you out. This song was born from our frustration with the feeling of being overlooked and pushed aside, and us trying to overcome that and stay determined in our path.”

The band also commented on their new label home, offering:

“We’re beyond excited to announce that we have joined the SharpTone family! Their roster is stacked full of bands that we have looked up to for years such as Loathe, Holding Absence, Don Broco, and Boston Manor, just to name a few.

We feel right at home with these amazing bands and the welcome we’ve received has felt more like a homecoming. We’re looking forward to working closely with SharpTone on our upcoming releases, and ushering in a new era of rock music alongside the label’s very talented and accomplished roster.”

The band will be joining Nothing More & Dead Poet Society on the road this fall, playing the following run of shows together:

09/08 Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works
09/09 Little Rock, AR – The Hall
09/11 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
09/12 Wichita, KS – The Cotillion Ballroom
09/14 Dallas, TX – The Factory In Deep Ellum
09/15 Houston, TX – House of Blues
09/16 San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theatre
09/18 Mobile, AL – Soul Kitchen Music Hall
09/19 Huntsville, AL – Mars Music Hall
09/20 Knoxville, TN – The Mill & Mine
09/22 Fort Lauderdale, FL – Revolution Live
09/23 Lake Buena Vista, FL – House of Blues
09/25 Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore Charlotte

Notably the aforementioned trek will be Nothing More‘s first run back since word of a shocking 2021 domestic incident involving the band’s frontman Jonny Hawkins and his girlfriend at the time.

After a verbal dispute turned physical, Hawkins was found to have run over his significant other. While labeled an accident, Hawkins went on to plead guilty to negligent vehicular injury and served three days in jail, while also serving probation and community service.

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