DARKEST HOUR Films 'The Tides' Video

Washington D.C.-based metallers DARKEST HOUR recently shot a video for the song "The Tides". The clip was helmed by the band's "close buddy" Joseph Pattisall and will make its online debut soon.

DARKEST HOUR is currently writing material for the follow-up to this year's "The Eternal Return", which was released through Victory Records. The band says, "Things are already coming together and as crazy as it sounds we can't wait to get back in the studio and bang out some more jams!"

DARKEST HOUR's next album will be released through an as-yet-undetermined new label following the group's split with Victory.

"The Eternal Return" was produced by Brian McTernan (SENSES FAIL, THRICE, FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES) at his Baltimore, Maryland studio, Salad Days.

DARKEST HOUR recently completed a tour with TRIVIUM, DIRGE WITHIN and WHITECHAPEL.


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