DARKEST HOUR To Film 'Convalescence' Video Next Week

DARKEST HOUR will be shooting a video for the song "Convalescence" with director Dale Resteghini (HATEBREED, TRIVIUM, UNEARTH, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN) on May 18 in New York City.

"Convalescence" comes off DARKEST HOUR upcoming album, "Undoing Ruin", due on June 28 via Victory Records.

A preview of "Undoing Ruin" is available online at the Victory Records web site.

The follow-up to 2003's "Hidden Hands of a Sadist Nation", "Undoing Ruin" was produced by STRAPPING YOUNG LAD mastermind Devin Townsend and features artwork by Chris Taylor of PG. 99.

"Undoing Ruin" track listing:

01. With A Thousand Words To Say But One
02. Convalescence
03. This Will Outlive Us
04. Sound The Surrender
05. Pathos
06. Low
07. Ethos
08. District Divided
09. These Fevered Times
10. Paradise
11. Tranquil


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