Darkest Hour stream latest album

2014-08-01 by Lelle | 19 Comments
Melodic death metal outfit Darkest Hour's upcoming self-titled studio album is now streaming
on Youtube, via label Sumerian Records' Youtube channel. As well as being their first album
on Sumerian Records, the album is also their first release with new drummer Travis Orbin and
new bassist Aaron Deal. The album is due to be released 5th August 2014.


The full album can be heard using this Youtube playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLH22-xSMERQqkR-wAwCrWG5zpoQdqMruY

Tagged: Darkest Hour

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Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
August 1st 2014
24007 Comments


lame album

OwMySnauze
August 1st 2014
1590 Comments


Didn't know Orbin joined the band.

barbietattoo
August 1st 2014
17 Comments


the production could not be more uninspired on this. gonna go listen to undoing ruin and feel cool.

Lelle
August 1st 2014
2227 Comments


The production as in how the instruments are recorded and mixed etc are all good but I don't like the generic choruses

Dummit
August 1st 2014
369 Comments


It's not...baad.
It's very hit or miss.
Solos are good, though.
I feel a lot of the past foundational sound is in there, just mixed in with whatever the fuck they're
experimenting with.

FuzzyxPickles
August 1st 2014
91 Comments


lame brb listening to the mark of judas

reflectingeuphoria
August 1st 2014
13 Comments


This is such a sad effort when compared to their former efforts. I bloody loved Undoing Ruin, an album that greatly aided my collegiate experience.

Scoot
August 2nd 2014
18507 Comments


kris norris was this band

Durrzo
August 2nd 2014
1307 Comments


Well that's just bullshit.

HarryBoBerry
August 2nd 2014
239 Comments


kris norris was this band [2]

Shuyin
August 2nd 2014
12986 Comments


human romance and eternal return were good albums tho

PorcelainRain
August 2nd 2014
536 Comments


Undoing Ruin is my favorite DH album, but I must say that kris norris released a boring solo album after leaving this band.

decline84
August 3rd 2014
6 Comments


Darkest Hour may have been best with Kris Norris, but yeah he honestly was only relevant when he was in DH. The Kris Norris Projekt was boring, A Cancerous Affair and Blisskill never got going and Scar the Martyr sucks too.

So after all Darkest Hour have been a great band since The Mark of the Judas with Norris only being the cherry on top and there is no way that "Kris Norris was this band".

Durrzo
August 3rd 2014
1307 Comments


^ Well said.

Shuyin
August 3rd 2014
12986 Comments


pree much

Daedus
August 3rd 2014
105 Comments


How can a band that was capable of Deliver Us release this shit on purpose?

Progger6009
August 5th 2014
1135 Comments


This shit is fucking catchy, deal with it.


HarryBoBerry
August 5th 2014
239 Comments


That's true, Kris hasn't done jack since DH

decline84
August 6th 2014
6 Comments


Haha, just stumbled across this: http://bazinga666.bandcamp.com - Kris Norris on Guitar.



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