Employed To Serve Share New Single – “Mark Of The Grave”

Employed to Serve has dropped a new single. “Mark of The Grave”fromtheoir upcoming new album. Conquering is due for release on September 17th 2021, will be Employed To Serve’s second full-length album on the Spinefarm label. Fresh off of their stellar performance at Download Pilot Festival, Employed To Serve has announced their new album Conquering via Spinefarm Records, due out September 17th. Pre-orders are live now at the link below. Check out “Mark of The Grave” now!

“This song is about people who’d rather put other people down, instead of getting on with their own lives,” says Employed To Serve frontwoman, Justine Jones. “When writing this song we wanted to try our hand at writing a positive metal anthem for people to blast when they’re having a shitty day. Hope you all enjoy it as much as we had fun recording and writing it! Stay kind \m/ ”


Pre-order the album here: https://employedtoserve.lnk.to/ConqueringPR

Conquering Track Listing:

Universal Chokehold


Twist The Blade

Sun Up To Sun Down

The Mistake

We Don’t Need You

Set In Stone

Mark Of The Grave

World Ender


Stand Alone

Employed To Serve are:

Justine Jones – Vocals

Sammy Urwin – Guitar & vocals

David Porter – Guitar

Nathan Pryor – Bass

Casey McHale – Drums







Following this appearance, Employed To Serve were swiftly announced as support to Gojira on their extensive UK, Ireland & European tour.



UK & Euro 2022 tour dates in support of Gojira:


January ‘22


17 Finland, Helsinki, Black Box

19 Norway, Oslo, Sentrum Scene

20 Sweden, Stockholm, The Annex

22 Denmark, Copenhagen, Forum Black Box

24 Germany, Berlin, Huxleys

25 Czech Republic, Prague, Forum Karlin

27 Poland, Wroclaw, A2

28 Poland, Krakow, Tauron Arena

29 Hungary, Budapest, Barba Negra Music Club

31 Croatia, Zagreb, Culture Factory


February ‘22


2 Austria, Vienna, Arena

4 Germany, Munich, Neue Theaterfabrik

5 Switzerland, Zurich, Komplex

6 Italy, Milan, Alcatraz

8 France, Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier

9 France, Bordeaux, Arkea Arena

20 The Netherlands, Tilburg, 013

22 Germany, Wiesbaden, Schlachthof

24 Germany, Oberhausen, Turbinhalle 2

26 France, Paris, Accor Arena

28 Belgium, Brussels, Forest National


March ‘22


1 Luxembourg, Rockhal

4 UK, London, Alexandra Palace

5 UK, Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena

6 UK, Newcastle, City Hall

8 UK, Glasgow, O2 Academy

10 UK, Belfast, Ulster Hall

11 Ireland, Dublin, National Stadium

13 UK, Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse

14 UK, Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena