Conjuring Fate are a highly energetic classic heavy metal band from Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. The band was originally formed in 2005 by guitarist Phil Horner and vocalist Tommy Daly. Alongside Phil and Tommy, the band features guitarist Karl Gibson, bassist Steve Legear, and drummer Niall McGrotty. Their style of heavy metal has been compared to bands such as Iron Maiden, Elixir & Helloween.
In June 2014 the band released their debut EP, the "House on Haunted Hill EP", alongside a music video for the title track – filmed at the former Harland & Wolff Titanic Drawing Offices in Belfast.
November 2016 saw the release of the band's next music video, "Dr Frankenstein", filmed at the abandoned Kirkpatrick Brothers Mill in Ballyclare and shot by award-winning horror director, George Clarke.
Conjuring Fate signed with Germany's Pure Steel Records in March 2017, and released their highly-anticipated debut album "Valley of Shadows" in June 2017 to much acclaim. The album release coincided with the band's third music video for "Trust No One", filmed at a former Cold War nuclear bunker in the Co. Armagh countryside!
The Vault Arts Centre is located in the former bank building at 40 Victoria Street, Newton Stewart, between Boots Chemists (to the right) and Avocet (to the left).
A regular bus service (X75/500) runs through Newton Stewart, with stops on Victoria Street just a short walking distance from the venue.
Parking is available on Victoria Street, however we would recommend parking at Riverside Car Park, on Riverside Road, in order to reduce congestion. Riverside Car Park is within a short walking distance of the venue.