I, The Breather (Sumerian Records) announces endorsement with Define You Apparel
“We are now endorsed by @Defnyouapparel go hit them up and check out their sick gear!!”
-Post from the band, announcing our relationship
Define You Apparel announces endorsement with I, The Breather of Sumerian Records, The band recently had completed the Scream The Prayer tour with Norma Jean and most recently on the Crush Em’ All 2 Tour with After The Burial and Veil of Maya.
Define You Apparel was founded in 2011 by Nick Litrenta as a way to tie his love for music and helping other’s recently announcing a partnership with Know.Think.Act. The company encourages people to dare to be different,creative and orginal to Define Yourself while spreading a positive message.
Matt Greiner Interview
Interview also talks about Matt and Kaleb making handmade snares while home from Tour, completely amazing peices and hand done.
YouTube Video included as well

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