Sworn In is an American metalcore band from Grayslake, Illinois. The band was formed in 2011 and consists of vocalist Tyler Dennen, guitarist Eugene Kamlyuk, bassist Derek Bolman, and drummer Chris George. They are signed to Razor & Tie since May 2013.
Prior to Sworn In, vocalist Tyler Dennen played guitar in a local Grayslake band named Shift Into Focus along with drummer Chris George and guitarist Eugene Kamlyuk. When the group disbanded, these three sought to start a new band. Sworn In was birthed while the members were still attending high school and played their first show in March of 2011. The following month, the band released their first EP titled Catharsis, after this release Dennen left the band. Guitarist Kamlyuk then fronted the band at this point and recorded vocals for the band's second EP titled Start/End, which was released in 2012. That same year, Dennen returned to the band as vocalist and recorded a single titled "Let Down" featuring Chad Ruhlig of For the Fallen Dreams.
Sworn In released their debut album The Death Card in 2013 after releasing the single "Three Cheers". The album charted at number 184 at the Billboard 200 charts.
They toured USA and Canada several times and played as support for bands like Hundredth, Thy Art Is Murder, For the Fallen Dreams, I See Stars, Upon This Dawning, Emmure, and Escape the Fate. In May 2014 they toured Europe for the first time. In November 2014, they were on the Monster Outbreak Tour with Attila, Crown the Empire, and Like Moths to Flames.
On February 12, 2015, Sworn In released their first single from their sophomore album, titled "The Lovers/The Devil". On March 3, 2015, Sworn In premiered the song "I Don't Really Love You", which will also be on the new album. The band released their single "Oliolioxinfree" on March 17, 2015. Their second album, titled The Lovers/The Devil, was released on April 7, 2015.
Starting from March 2015 Sworn In toured with The Plot In You, I Declare War, and Gift Giver.
Sworn In was included on the 2015 (and final) Mayhem Festival, which was headlined by Slayer.