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Regain Records

Regain Records
Founded 1997
Founder Per Gyllenbäck
Distributor(s) Various
Genre Heavy metal
Death metal
Black metal
Thrash metal
Country of origin Sweden
Location Hjärup, Sweden
Official website

Regain Records is a Swedish based independent record label. The label predominantly releases death metal and black metal albums. Regain Records was founded from what remained of the former label, Wrong Again Records, by Per Gyllenbäck in 1997. Wrong Again Records had such bands as In Flames, Cryptopsy, Arch Enemy, and Naglfar among its ranks.

Regain Records' first two releases were Deranged's High on Blood and Embraced's Amorous Anathema, in late 1997. In the first two years of operation, business for the label was slow, due to lack of proper distribution. It was not until Regain Records re-released the first two In Flames albums, Lunar Strain and Subterranean, which were previously released under the name Wrong Again Records, that the label began to prosper.

In 2008 the label was involved in a legal dispute with the band

  • Regain Records - official website

External links

  1. ^ Regain Records Issues Statement Regarding GORGOROTH 'Live In Grieghallen' Dispute., July 29, 2008.
  2. ^ Regain Records Regain Records Profile


See also

Current and former acts


  • Current and former acts 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


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