In their growing list of independent label additions, Concord have taken on Chicago-based label Victory Records as the latest acquisition to their roster.
Founded by Tony Brummel in 1989, Victory‘s current roster includes the likes of Broadside, Jungle Rot, and Like Torches, and an alumni of now established names like Taking Back Sunday, A Day To Remember, Emmure, and Silverstein.
As part of the acquisition, Concord also acquired the Victory name, the company’s bulldog logo, and took on the Another Victory Publishing catalog too.
Though further terms of the deal haven’t been disclosed, Billboard estimates that Concord paid somewhere in the range of $27 million-$34 million.
You can read further details on the deal via the initial article published by Billboard (here).
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