With an unprecedented 20-plus years of creating, performing, and writing music together, former DARKEST HOUR members Kris Norris and Ryan Parrish are back after a four-year hiatus, having formed a melodic death metal band entitled BLISSKILL.

While seething monstrous thrash riffs and somber, underlying layers of melody accentuate the bands overall sound, BLISSKILL encapsulates the essence of Norris' prolific writing style and Parrish's thunderous delivery on the drums.

No strangers to the genre, BLISSKILL is unique in craft and energetic by nature, giving them the ability to make their presence known to the metal world and beyond.

An as-yet-untitled full-length album is currently in the works, and, with the help of their dear friend Pacey on second guitar, nearly seven tracks are completed and ready to record.


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