Victory Records is a Chicago-based record label founded by Tony Brummel. It is a privately held corporation with several imprint labels, as well as a music publishing company called "Another Victory Publishing."
Originally focusing on hardcore punk bands, Victory later sold out on metalcore, indie rock, post-hardcore, ska punk, and pop rock. The label has had multiple records exceeding the 250,000 sales mark, including one platinum record The Silence in Black and White by Hawthorne Heights, and three gold certified records Hawthorne Heights' If Only You Were Lonely, and Taking Back Sunday's Tell All Your Friends and Where You Want to Be.
In early 2002, 25% of the label was announced to have been sold to Universal Music Group. However later that year the deal was terminated by Victory. Victory is currently distributed by Sony BMG's RED Distribution.
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