The Hope Conspiracy Resurrects After 14 Years with 'Confusion/Chaos/Misery'

The Hope Conspiracy Resurrects After 14 Years with 'Confusion/Chaos/Misery'

- By Ramon Gonzales

Stream the title track of their first EP in more than a decade due out January 12th 2024 via Deathwish Inc.

Influential hardcore lifers The Hope Conspiracy haven't released music as a unit since 2009's True Nihilist. Though continuing individual pursuits in a multitude of projects including All Pigs Must Die, Hesitation Wounds, Lies, Paint It Black, Spiral Heads, Ways Away and more, The Hope Conspiracy had long remained dormant, until now. 

Debuting their first release of new music in more than 14 years, The Hope Conspiracy have confirmed a new four-track EP, Confusion/Chaos/Misery dueout early next year. Working with Kurt Ballou and Zach Weeks at God City Studios, the release also includes artwork created by acclaimed artist Alexander Heir (Death/Traitors).   

To preview the release, The Hope Conspiracy have shared the confrontational title track. Showcasing fiery instrumentation with scathing sociopolitical stanzas, the track asserts The Hope Conspiracy has made an emphatic return with serious intentions. 

The four-track EP from The Hope Conspiracy is set to arrive January 12th via Deathwish Inc. See the tracklisting and artwork below. Pre-order the release - HERE


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