Craft Recordings, a record label owned by Concord, recently welcomed Victory Records into their fold. Victory Records was formed in 1989 as an independent label for punk, hardcore, emo, metal, and alternative by 17-year-old Tony Brummel. The Chicago label, whose catalogue includes A Day to Remember, Hawthorne Heights, Thursday, and Silverstein, was acquired by Concord in 2019.
Over 30 years, Victory had sold 15 million records, six RIAA gold-certified full-length albums, six RIAA gold-certified singles, one RIAA platinum-certified single, two BPI silver-certified albums, one Canada Music gold-certified album, and billions of streams as of 2020. To celebrate their 30th anniversary, Victory launched a new website and are set to release special reissues of their music soon.
Visit Victory Records here.