DARKEST HOUR Announce New Album Title, Release Date
DARKEST HOUR have posted the following message on their official web site:
"So another day closer to the end of the record and another day closer to the end of the world. DARKEST HOUR's new record will no longer be called 'TBA', 'Untitled', 'Dude We Don't Know Yet', 'Dudes get Brutal', 'Tito's is Mike DH's Favorite Dude in The World!', 'Brian Mcternan is the Mr. Miyagi of Hardcore', 'Devin Made Me Us Do', 'Ryan Parrish is Hot!', or 'Dudes Done Done Some Shit!' instead we have opted for a more simple title: 'Undoing Ruin'. In case you can't read right below you it will hit stores June 28th! You have been warned.
"In a related recording tragedy, we are sorry to announce that Shaun Thingvold who is mixing the record has been hospitalized for injuries received doing back up vocals on the new DARKEST HOUR record. According to sources he is receiving treatment for injuries to his throat as well as to his balls (a slight hernia has been reported). We will miss him but Devin [Townsend, producer] will continue to finish the mixes.
"We will post the track listing, more tour plans, as well as hopefully a new track soon!"
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