July 17th 2012 – NEW YORK CITY, New York – Reform The Resistance’s (p/k/a “Justifide”) “Tonight We Ride” continues to gain momentum, receiving 104,308 plays across 2000 gyms and fitness centers across America!

Club Com, the streaming content aggregator, reports RTR’s top markets as NYC with 14,000 plays, Chicago with 10k plays, and LA with over 6000 plays.

“Tonight We Ride” has been getting a lot of exposure including adds at MTV.com, VEVO, JCTV, TVU, JBTV, and CMC (California Music Channel), in addition to countless blog placements.

The video was also added to Screenplay’s ‘Nightlife’ programming seen in over 260 locations nationwide including Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Rock Resort & Casino, Saddle Ranch, Hooter’s Las Vegas and Trump Plaza Atlantic City.

Watch their music videos “Tonight We Ride” and “Kill Lies” on MTV:
http://www.mtv.com/videos/reform-the-resistance/743111/tonight-we-ride.jhtml#artist=2553510
http://www.mtv.com/videos/reform-the-resistance/734985/kill-lies.jhtml

Follow RTR :
http://www.reformtheresistance.com
http://www.facebook.com/ReformTheResistance
http://www.twitter.com/RTRband

About RTR :
Reform The Resistance is comprised of former Justifide members Jason Moncivaiz (vocals/guitar) and Sambo Moncivaiz (bass) of Phoenix, AZ and drummer Ryan Dugger (drums) of Nashville, TN. The creation of Reform The Resistance represented freedom within their songwriting, as well as the ability to be themselves. With the skill to mesh influences, all while creating a new sound and speaking their minds, Reform The Resistance offers a breath of fresh air amongst carbon-copy bands.

About WuLi Records
Louis Svitek and Ryan T. McGuire founded WuLi Records in 2004 in Chicago, Illinois and are signed on INgrooves Fontana for national and global distribution since 2010. Wuli, which is Mandarin for “patterns of organic energy”, represents the philosophy of the Owners who aim to channel talent by providing full– service artist development. Svitek and McGuire each have over 25 years audio engineering, production and live performance experience. Svitek was a member of Ministry, M.O.D., Mind Funk and Revolting Cocks. McGuire is known for playing in Big Foot Sex Slave and The Virginia Gentlemen. Artists featured on their label include: Reform The Resistance, Stoop Goodnoise, Young Inno, The Redd, Cycotical Genius, The Waking and International Star-Lee DeWyze. WuLi has no limit to their artistic capabilities as they have successfully produced all genres of music.

About ClubCom
Club Com provides content to over 2000 US locations: Health Clubs including Bally’s, Gold’s Gym, Powerhouse, and Lifestyle Fitness; Brunswick Bowling Alleys (200); and Skating Rinks. Clients customize programming by streaming videos from server, or use one of the monthly Mix channels. Formats: A/C, Alternative, Country, Dance, Hard Rock, Latin, Pop, Progressive/Indie Rock, Rap, Urban, and Jazz.

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