DARKEST HOUR: Footage From Mexican Tour Posted Online

Washington, D.C. metallers DARKEST HOUR have posted a webisode featuring highlights from the band's recent tour of Mexico. Watch the seven-minute clip below.

DARKEST HOUR will headline the Thrash and Burn Tour beginning on July 29. Support on the trek will come from PARKWAY DRIVE, MISERY SIGNALS, WINDS OF PLAGUE, STICK TO YOUR GUNS, ARSIS, LIGHT THIS CITY, ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS and AFTER THE BURIAL. Special guests scheduled to appear on select dates include SUICIDE SILENCE, AS BLOOD RUNS BLACK, EMMURE, VEIL OF MAYA, BROTHER VON DOOM and more.

The tour will showcase a diverse mix of underground metal bands who draw from decades of thrash, punk and hardcore to mold their 21st century sounds.

DARKEST HOUR's latest album, "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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