The new millennium has opened new doors for Ignite, California's premier hardcore band, as they're now signed to TVT Records (Sevendust, Buck-o-Nine, Nine Inch Nails) and have a new full length due out this spring. The past six years haven't been too bad for Ignite either. The four-piece outfit from Orange County, California have had tremendous college radio success across the country and touring triumphs including several headlining stints as well as support spots for Sick Of It All, Pennywise and dates on the U.S. Warped Tour. Ignite has also experienced huge mainstream success in Europe since they began in 1994. In their years of touring on the other continent, which they were supporting their first two releases Call On My Brothers and Past Our Means, Ignite has played the main stage of some of Europe's largest rock festivals and were also a main stage attraction on the European Warped Tour '99. Now after nearly two years of being out of press, Revelation Records is re-releasing Ignite's debut full-length cd, Call On My Brothers. Originally put out by Conversion Records, the remastered 17 song classic will finally be available, giving new fans the opportunity to hear why Ignite has achieved such a large worldwide following while allowing old fans to hear the album as it was intended to be.