That’s right, ladies and gentlejackoffs.
Darkest Hour have signed a worldwide deal with Sumerian Records.
The band have been working as of late on their forthcoming, non-crowdfunded album. How refreshing — a record you’ll actually go to the store to buy, after it’s been pressed!
“To say that Sumerian Records and label owner Ash Avildsen are big supporters of this band would be a huge understatement,” says the band.
“We have been proud to call Ash our friend since our early years and this friendship has flourished greatly since then via our relationship with his sister company, The Pantheon Booking Agency.
“When you start a band you dream that one day you can do what you love with great friends and family around you. Now it all seems to have come full circle. With the good people at Outerloop Management, Sumerian Records and the Pantheon Agency we finally feel right at home. Every aspect of the group is being handled by long-time trusted friends and is in reliable hands. This safe haven has given us the shelter we need to put together a life-changing new album.
“Before we could see it coming, we’ve been thrust out of Oceanic Studios (where we’ve been working with producer Taylor Larson) and back out on the road,” says Darkest Hour.
“Please come see us live with Killswitch Engage (dates listed below) if we’re coming to your city and it will also be our first tour with new drummer Travis Orbin. As soon as we get home we’ll be back to the hermit life in the studio where we can finish up this album. To our brother Ash, Sumerian and all of you out there here’s a huge cheers to 2014, a new Darkest Hour album and the future.”
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