Victory Records has announced the signing of San Antonio's DARKNESS DIVIDED. The four-piece is quickly making a name for itself through heavy DIY touring — including major festivals such as Cornerstone and Sonshine.DARKNESS DIVIDED vocalist Gerard Mora comments: "We are incredibly stoked to be a part of the Victory Records family! "We've always been fans of Victory's roster, and it's a blessing to be included with the many talented bands that Victory has worked with over the years. "We are currently writing our debut full-length, and we have some really cool tour opportunities on the horizon. "We can't wait to show everyone what we've been writing and playing in a ton of new places very soon!" DARKNESS DIVIDED will hit the road this spring before entering the studio to work on its Victory debut. A late summer release is expected.
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