NewsFebruary 11, 2006 3:53 PM ET9,647 views

The Hope Conspiracy sign w/ Deathwish Inc.

Official press release (Deathwish Inc.): Deathwish Inc. is proud to welcome The Hope Conspiracy to our affiliated family. Hope Conspiracy have been a brute force in the aggressive music community since their inception. Through years of relentless touring and now classic releases on the Equal Vision ("Cold Blue" 2000, "Endnote" 2002) and Bridge Nine ("File 03" 2001) labels, Hope Con's impact and influence is undeniable. Boasting a musical intensity and lyrical honesty that screams louder than nearly all of their musical contemporaries combined. Hope Conspiracy's "Death Knows Your Name" will be released by Deathwish later in 2006. "Death Knows Your Name" was recorded and engineered by Kurt Ballou (Converge, Modern Life Is War) at Godcity Studios. "Death Knows Your Name" marks the first recorded appearance of Tim Cossar (American Nightmare, Bars) with Hope Con, as well as the return of guitarist Neeraj Kane (The Suicide File) to the song writing fold. "Death Knows Your Name" is a stark and mesmerizing chapter in the Hope Con legacy. From the haunting first notes of "They Know Not", to the earth shaking "Stolen Days", the unforgiving heaviness and rage of the album is awe inspiring. The songs lunge and writhe with immeasurable emotion and inner turmoil like all great art does. Serving as a true amalgamation of their classic piss and vinegar approach and a new found epic maturity. As a precursor Hope Con will release a limited EP later this Spring on Deathwish. This release feature an exclusive song not featured on the upcoming "Death Knows Your Name" album. A fitting re-introduction to those who have anxiously awaited the bands triumphant return to the community that they've helped shape and influence for over half a decade.



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