DARKEST HOUR Guitarist Offering Video Lessons

Starting in November, DARKEST HOUR guitarist Kris Norris will be offering online video lessons for $50 per each one-hour lesson. However, due to time constraints he will only be accepting a limited number of students. The first 100 to e-mail him at kris@darkesthour.cc will be accepted and sent their invitation code. Please post the subject as "Video Lessons Submission." The lessons will be based upon a lesson plan that the two of you will devise together before the actual lessons start. Requirements for the video lessons are a cable modem connection or greater and a webcam with software to render video.

DARKEST HOUR's new album, "Deliver Us", was released on July 10 via Victory Records. The long-awaited follow-up to 2005's "Undoing Ruin" was recorded at the Warehouse in Vancouver, Canada.


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