Christoff from Baltimore's 98Rock radio station conducted an interview with guitarist Mike Schleibaum of Washington, D.C. metallers DARKEST HOUR on Thursday, June 4 about the band's fifth full-length record, "The Eternal Return", and the kick-off of the 2009 Summer Slaughter Tour. The chat is now available for streaming below.
"The Eternal Return" will be released on June 23 via Victory Records. The CD was produced by Brian McTernan (SENSES FAIL, THRICE, FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES) at his Baltimore, Maryland studio, Salad Days.
"The Eternal Return" track listing:
01. Devolution Of The Flesh
02. Death Worship
03. The Tides
04. No God
06. Blessed Infection
08. A Distorted Utopia
09. Black Sun
10. Into The Grey
Check out the cover artwork below.
The band's last CD, "Deliver Us", was released in July 2007 via Victory Records. The follow-up to 2005's "Undoing Ruin" was recorded at the Warehouse in Vancouver, Canada.
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