News•February 3, 2021 7:38 PM ET•959 views
Conjurer signs worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records
Sludge/doom/post-metal outfit Conjurer have signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The band's sophomore album will arrive later this year. Frontman Brady Deeprose comments: "Conjurer are extremely excited to partner with Nuclear Blast worldwide for the forthcoming release of our second album. Having spent the last year or so getting to know Monte Conner, we count ourselves lucky to be working with not only a true legend in the world of heavy music but one who continues to champion exciting, forward-thinking art. We've now also been introduced to Barley and the rest of the international team at NB and it's evident that they understand our mentality and want nothing more than to support and nourish our creativity. In what has been an awful year on so many levels, we are grateful to have found the right home for our music. We look forward to working together with NB to bring you our sophomore album in 2021, and much more in the years to follow." Nuclear Blast's A&R veteran Monte Conner states: "I am thrilled to welcome the mighty Conjurer to the worldwide NB family. I must stress 'worldwide' because I originally signed them just for North America, but due to a change in circumstances I got to sign them again, and this time for the world! So, I guess you could say I liked these guys so much that I signed them wtice! When COVID finally lifts, be sure and see them live as they will absolutely blow you away." European A&R at Nuclear Blast, Nathan Barley Phillips, adds: "My first experience of Conjurer playing live was during a cold and miserable night in Milton Keynes in 2016 - I didn't think there was a band capable of radioactively reheating my bones whilst also matching the utter bleakness of the weather outside. Conjurer achieved it in droves, and I've been a fan ever since. Absolutely stoked to serve as European A&R for the band during the next chapter of their career."
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