CDN Records started its onslaught back in 1990 from a bedroom, trading demos with other music fans and demo traders around the world. Originally, the label was named Civilian Death Network, but was forced to change its name due to the evolving political climate of the world. Still operating from a home office, CDN Records manages to actively stock around 1400 titles under the distro and has released over 100 full-length CDs from artists signed to the label. CDN Records is proud to be in the ranks of one of Canada’s longest-running extreme music labels.

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