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Nascar Aloe Signs With Epitaph Records

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Nascar Aloe has signed with Epitaph Records.

    Epitaph Records welcomes enigmatic hardcore rapper Nascar Aloe to the roster. Nascar Aloe has been pioneering a new wave of rap with his unique and captivating blend of punk energy, raw 808s, and alarming visuals.
    Nascar Aloe continued to blur genre lines with his new single “IRAQ (IWRECK).” You can watch the music video here.

    Originally from Lexington, North Carolina, Nascar Aloe began making music in 2013 as a way of self-expression. In 2018, he moved to Los Angeles and began cultivating a die-hard fan base by self-releasing music on SoundCloud and taking over LA’s underground live circuit. In 2019, he released his groundbreaking Find Me EP and his debut full-length project, ShIthead.

    Nascar Aloe will embark on a headlining tour with support from Kb3ach, Bob Vylan, KidsNextDoor, and Death Tour beginning tomorrow in San Diego, CA and wrapping in Los Angeles at the Lodge Room. Tickets are on sale now. For more information visit,

  2. Orville


    How disappointing
  3. joey-wan kenobi

    Happiness is a warm gun mama

    It took me a while to muster up the courage to click to learn more about who NASCAR Aloe is.

    I am wildly disappointed with this not being some super southern rock.
  4. KyleK

    Let's get these people moving faster! Supporter

    A headlining tour starting in San Diego and ending in LA doesn't sound like much of a tour?... Labels gotta do what labels gotta do to stay in business these days, but wow, Epitaph has been really going all-in on rappers these days, no shots to that, but I find it interesting how these artists who admittedly are getting a lot of listens self-releasing music are choosing to sign contracts.
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