DARKEST HOUR's Behind-The-Scenes Footage From SUMMER SLAUGHTER Tour

Washington D.C.-based metallers DARKEST HOUR have posted behind-the-scenes footage from the Summer Slaughter tour, also featuring the likes of SUFFOCATION, BENEATH THE MASSACRE, WINDS OF PLAGUE and more. The seven-minute clip, which can be viewed below (courtesy of MetalInjection.net), is an entertaining look into what life is like on the road with the most extreme tour of the summer. You can watch DARKEST HOUR goofing around with Frank Mullen of SUFFOCATION and then see him be very serious on stage a few minutes later.

"The Eternal Return", the fifth full-length record from DARKEST HOUR, will was 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.


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