The name of the record label is an acronym of From Enslavement to Obliteration, the title of Napalm Death's second album.
Kenney and Embury founded the label in Birmingham but are often away with their respective bands; they manage the day-to-day running of the label from wherever they are on tour, with additional assistance from a UK-based press officer.
In January 2008, FETO Records announced the lineup of their first FETO Obliteration Festival. The festival took place in London, England on 2 May 2008 and was sponsored by Terrorizer Magazine. The line up featured headliners Anaal Nathrakh, and supported by Ramesses, Deadweight and Theoktony.
- 324 - Grindcore
- Anaal Nathrakh - Industrial black metal / Grindcore
- Burning the Prospect - Hardcore punk / D-beat / Crust punk
- Chronocide - Grindcore / Black metal / Crust punk
- Cripple Bastards - Grindcore
- Deadweight - Deathcore
- Exploder - Heavy metal / Hard rock
- Frost - Black metal
- Fukpig - Black metal / Crust punk
- Lock Up - Deathgrind
- Mistress - Sludge metal / Grindcore
- NYIA - Grindcore
- Professor Fate - Dark Wave
- Ramesses - Sludge metal / Doom metal
- Seizures - Hardcore punk
- Theoktony - Death metal
- Venomous Concept - Crust punk
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