DARKEST HOUR have posted the following update on their official web site:"Well, dudes, we're about a month into the writing of the new record and we are stoked with the outcome. We have about six songs and expect to have three or four more. We are headed to the studio in Vancouver, B.C. on Feb. 25th, it should be completed April 4th or so. Definitely expect some different shit on this next record, this is not going be 'Hidden Hands of A Sadist Nation' Part 2! (It will definitely be as good of a sequel as 'Caddy Shack 2' though, and we all know how good that was, except for the no Rodney Dangerfield thing, so think of our new record as 'Caddy Shack 2' with Rodney!) "If you missed the big ad when you got to the site, the DVD ['Party Scars and Prison Bars, A Thrashography'] comes out Feb. 22nd. We should have a trailer up soon so you guys can check out a little of it. It will definitely shed some light on the history (10 years this year!) of DARKEST HOUR!"
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