Indianapolis’ Christian hardcore outfit Conquerors is pleased to announce their signing with Hotfoot Records. The band is currently working on their Brian Thorburn (Haste The Day) produced debut album Dark Days//Sanctuary which will be released in January. In the meantime, the band has released the lyric video for their lead single entitled “” on YouTube and for free download on Facebook.

Conquerors will be heading out on the United States/Canada Apocalyptour with Corpus Christi (Victory Records) and Behold! The City (Red Cord Records). This stint will be followed by with a tour with From The Eyes of Servants (Red Cord Records) and Hotfoot Records label mates xHONORx.

APOCALYPTOUR

(with Corpus Christi and Behold! The City)

December 26th – Terre Haute, IN — THMV

December 27th – Indianapolis, IN — The Hoosier Dome

December 28th – Fort Wayne, IN — Broadripple

December 29th – Goshen, IN — The Note Venue

December 30th – Steger, IL — Another Hole In The Wall

December 31st – Kalkaska, MI — Kalkaska Civic Center

January 1st – Detroit, MI — The Rack & Roll

January 2nd – London, ON — TBA

January 3rd – Peterborough,ON — The Spill

January 4th – Toronto, ON — TBA

January 5th – Buffalo, NY — Broadway Joe’s

January 6th – Canton OH — The Auricle

January 7th – Columbus OH — Crossroads Church

January 8th – Newport KY — Thompson House

Forming together from the different regions of Indianapolis, Conquerors is an alternative hardcore band with visions of hope and positivity for every person they come into contact with. Their fast-paced drums are intertwined with dark, melodic, and groovy guitar riffs; accompanied by heartfelt vocals and lyrics portraying their personal testimonies of life. “There is only one sole purpose that this band exists. We’re here only to tell you that you are not invisible; That someone cares, and that we have been through some of the similar struggles you have been through. We want to know you and be actual friends,” says the vocalist, Michael Sugars. Conquerors was officially formed in early 2012 and has hit the road running, playing every show they can get on.

LINKS

http://www.facebook.com/ConquerorsHC

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