Panzerfaust Records

Panzerfaust Records

Panzerfaust Records

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Panzerfaust Records was a Minnesota-based white power record label founded in September 1998 by Anthony Pierpont, Ed Wolbank and Eric Davidson (who had previously worked at Resistance Records). In 2000, Davidson returned to California and by 2003, Wolbank was focusing more on music production than distribution. That same year, Bryant Cecchini, alias Byron Calvert, joined the company and was instrumental in increasing the company's Internet presence. Panzerfaust Records, named after a German anti-tank rocket, distributed the music of several white power bands and organized concerts across the United States.

Anthony Pierpont was one of the most notable promoters in the white power music business, and he earned the respect of most members of the extremely violent Hammerskins, in part by supporting white power skinhead inmates in United States prisons.

Pierpont was reportedly approached in 1998 about purchasing Resistance Records but he refused, leaving it to the National Alliance to pay the $250,000 price tag. At the label's peak around 2000, it was the main competitor of Resistance Record, and they had grown close to the neo-Nazi White Revolution group, which mostly involves people who have left the troubled National Alliance.

Pierpont's relatively dark skin and vaguely Hispanic looks have caused him problems. Pierpont has repeatedly sworn that he is white, but detractors have pointed to his dark skin as evidence that he is...
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