Indiana’s CONJURER New Album ‘SIGILS’ Out This Friday April 5th; Hear The Advance Full-Stream on Ghost Cult Magazine.
CONJURER premieres an advance full-stream of their upcoming album ‘Sigils‘ at Ghost Cult Magazine. Check out the new album here:

“…it’s chock full of brooding doomy riffs, beastly grooves, and a gritty bleakness that can only be born out of mid-western discontent.” ~ Ghost Cult Magazine

Nearly three years since their last music release, Indianapolis, Indiana’s CONJURER are back leaner, meaner, and ready to call forth immersion into their new album ‘Sigils‘. A seven-song offering of immense tonal density and sprawling gloom to express the current weight of the collective world mood.

The new ‘Sigils‘ album is available for pre-order now, for both digital download and physical CD formats, via the Conjurer Bandcamp page. Full album release date is set for Friday, April 5th, 2019.

‘Sigils’ – Tracklist:

01. Will Of The Hag
02. Rusted Crown
03. Incantate
04. At Last
05. Across The Void
06. Light Of Death
07. Servitor

Formed in 2010, the band released their self-titled EP in March 2013, following it up with their debut full-length album ‘Old World Ritual‘ in June 2015, and a split 7” vinyl release on Small Hand Factory in November 2016. ‘Sigils‘ was written, recorded, and produced by Conjurer. The album was mastered by Mammoth Sound Mastering.

“…from the start, prepare to be crushed, not under the great weight of Earth, but in the vacuum of space. This is the best kind of aural punishment, one for both the mind and body alike.” ~ No Clean Singing


John Rau
Brian Wyrick
Gabe Whitcomb
Dustin Mendel
William Boswell


‘SIGILS’ is available April 5th on CD, Cassette, and Digital Download.
Pre-order at:
CONJURER will celebrate the release of ‘Sigils‘ with a live show on April 20th in Indianapolis. –

May 4th – Indiana City Brewing – (w/ Mound Builders) –


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