Immortal Records

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Immortal Records
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Founded1994 (1994)
FounderHappy Walters, Amanda Scheer Demme
Distributor(s) Virgin, Epic
Genre Punk, alternative rock, alternative metal, hip hop
Country of originUnited States
LocationLos Angeles, California

Immortal Records is an imprint record label, formerly an independent record label/imprint based in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 1994 by Amanda Scheer Demme and Happy Walters, [1] the company had helped launched the careers of such influential acts as Korn, Thirty Seconds To Mars, and Incubus over the years. The label had also released soundtracks, including Judgment Night , Spawn , Blade II and Masters of Horror .[ citation needed ]



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