NewsJanuary 19, 2021 12:48 PM ET1,466 views

Darkest Hour announce 'Live in Lockdown' release

Official press release: Heavy metal veterans Darkest Hour will commence 2021 with an audio and video release of their epic online performance from last September. Titled Live In Lockdown - The Complete Collection, this set will be available as a digital download in audio and video formats as well as limited edition, hand-numbered colored vinyl in March and April of 2021. Filmed on September 26, 2020 as a benefit for Washington D.C.'s legendary venue Black Cat, Darkest Hour invited guest guitarists Fred Ziomek (ex-Darkest Hour), Kris Norris (ex-Darkest Hour), Buz McGrath (Unearth), Doc Coyle (Bad Wolves / God Forbid), Fella Di Cicco (Dreamshade) and Mark Heylmun (Suicide Silence) to join them via satellite as the band performed 11 of their greatest hits (in addition to one cover song) spanning their 26-year-long career thus far. Watch a teaser video for Live In Lockdown on YouTube: Over the next few months, Darkest Hour will roll out the distribution of the Live In Lockdown - The Complete Collection audio, video, and limited 12-inch vinyl via their Patreon — subscribe now to stay up-to-date, and look for release details to surface very soon. In addition to Live In Lockdown - The Complete Collection, Darkest Hour will continue to bring their subscribers unreleased demo songs, lost treasures from their vault and exclusive video and other content. Darkest Hour comments: "To self-release a record like this to you all is a huge accomplishment for us. Thank you to EVERYONE who takes this risk with us. Adaption to industry changes is something that is not new for us, and we love the direct connection we have established via our Patreon." Live In Lockdown - The Complete Collection track listing: 01. Doomsayer (or the beginning of the end) 02. Knife in the Safe Room 03. Demon(s) 04. These Fevered Times 05. For the Soul of the Savior 06. An Epitaph 07. The Sadist Nation 08. Tunguska 09. Enter Oblivion 10. Nazi Punks Fuck Off 11. With a Thousand Words to Say But One 12. Tranquil

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