DARKEST HOUR: Hard At Work On DVD

DARKEST HOUR have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We have been hard at work on the DARKEST HOUR DVD that is coming out next year, tentatively titled 'Party Scares and Prison Bars: A Thrashography'. It is going to include tons of unseen live stuff, audio commentary, interviews with the band as well as many of our road dogs, an unseen music video, and some special surprises! We are working on editing it so that it is rated (way more brutal then R). Lastly, we have not forgotten that bands put out new records. We will be back in the lab with a pen and a pad this winter to finalize the new DARKEST HOUR record. So make sure to come out to the shows as it will be the last time DARKEST HOUR will be playing a lot of these places for a long time."

DARKEST HOUR will be teaming up with BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, CATTLE DECAPITATION, KYLESA and FEAR BEFORE THE MARCH OF FLAMES for a U.S. tour beginning in early November. A list of currently confirmed tour dates can be found at this location.

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