I held out with hope for Nitro for a while, but I think their last release that gained any kind of significant response was A Wilhelm Scream in late 2007. And beyond that, there's been either nothing or maybe one or two obscure releases. And I think they randomly signed one band "Stormy California" a year or two ago, but that's the only band they've signed recently. And even that signing appears to have gone nowhere. At this point, just forget Nitro Records.
Nitro's legacy is nothing more than a label that did okay at supporting mostly the skate punk-ish scene that extended out of the 90s. It seemed promising for a time, but looking back, it kind of tanked quickly.
Last edited by bighead384; 04-15-2013 at 11:24 AM.
When they said "sit down", I stood up.