Listen To New DARKEST HOUR Song 'Timeless Numbers'
January 6, 2017
"Timeless Numbers", a brand new song from Washington, D.C. metalcore pioneers DARKEST HOUR, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's ninth full-length album, "Godless Prophets & The Migrant Flora", which will be released on March 10 via Southern Lord Recordings. The 12-song effort was part of a crowdfunding campaign that the band launched earlier this year, with the ultimate tally netting the band well over 100% of the initial goal and allowing them to also create an album beyond their initial expectations. The band chose producer Kurt Ballou (HIGH ON FIRE, NAILS, CONVERGE) for "his obvious genius" (as guitar player Mike Schleibaum said) and recorded the release at Ballou's Godcity Studio. Artist Shaun Beaudry was commissioned to create a custom painting, giving the album a unique visual identity.
DARKEST HOUR has partnered with Southern Lord Recordings, which Schleibaum discussed, saying: "The band has a long history of working with Greg and Southern Lord, who originally released the vinyl version of 'The Mark Of Judas'. While working with Kurt, we became reacquainted with Greg. We've always respected Greg's work ethic, creative prowess and steadfast dedication to quality."
"Southern Lord is beyond stoked to be working with longtime favorites DARKEST HOUR on their upcoming album! Their tasteful, seamless fusion of hardcore and metal as well as never ending dedication to underground music is both admirable and praiseworthy," said Southern Lord founder Greg Anderson.
"Godless Prophets & The Migrant Flora" track listing:
01. Knife In The Safe Room 02. This Is The Truth 03. Timeless Numbers 04. None Of This Is The Truth 05. The Flesh & The Flowers Of Death 06. Those Who Survived 07. Another Headless Ruler Of The Used 08. Widowed 09. Enter Oblivion 10. The Last Of The Monuments 11. In The Name Of Us All 12. Beneath It Sleeps
DARKEST HOUR is John Henry (vocals),Mike Schleibaum (guitar),Mike Carrigan (guitar),Travis Orbin (drums) and Aaron Deal (bass).
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