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CONVICTIONS - promo shot - 4-11-16Ohio based Convictions have signed with InVogue Records and will release their debut full-length on April 29, 2016. The album was recorded with producer Nick Ingram (Hotel Books, Before Their Eyes, Dayseeker). Convictions will be playing So What!? Music Festival this weekend.

Convictions self-released an EP last year titled, “Hallowed Spirit | Violent Divide” produced by Joey Sturgis. In support of the release they have launched a new music video for the single “The Dahlia Disease” that you can watch now at the InVogue Records Youtube channel.

Bassist/vocalist John Fleischmann says, “‘The Dahlia Disease’ contains content reflecting on the innocence we all once had when we were younger. Looking back on life, one can only acknowledge the ugly portrait that is Greed. It molds and changes us into this imperfect being we never once saw ourselves becoming.

At the end of this week, we will be starting 2016 strong by entering the studio to record our first full length album. We’ve been working non stop to bring everyone the music and message that they need to hear. Not enough people or Christians for that matter, are being real with their music, and we intend to be completely transparent with this new material.”

Hailing from Fremont, OH, the five piece Christian metalcore act known as Convictions is starting to make an impact on the world. Dubbing themselves “Aggressive Worship,” the band is not your everyday Christian band. Setting out to write lyrical content based on their own “convictions,” the band covers topics that push the boundaries.

“We feel that, just because you are a Christian, doesn’t mean you are exempt from the struggles of this world.” With an infectious live show, one can never predict what will happen when seeing the band live. On stage and off, Convictions never fails to draw you in and capture your emotions.

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