Darkest Hour have released the video below for their new single “Societal Bile“. The track is featured on the band’s upcoming tenth studio album Perpetual | Terminal, which is set for a February 23rd release through MNRK. Mike Schleibaum, the band’s guitarist, offered: “This song is for survivors. While we all have our own special
Darkest Hour have announced their upcoming North American headlining tour to support the release of the band’s tenth studio album Perpetual | Terminal. The album is set to drop on February 23rd, with the tour starting in Richmond, VA on February 29th. Support will be provided by I AM and Somnuri, with Mouth For War
Darkest Hour have announced their new album is called Perpetual | Terminal, and will be released through MNRK Heavy on February 23rd. The title track for the album serves as the first single from it and the Mirko Witzki-directed video for the song is available below. The band offered the following on the song itself:

Darkest Hour Sign With MNRK Heavy

Darkest Hour have announced that they have inked a deal with MNRK Heavy to handle the worldwide release of their upcoming tenth studio album, which the band plans on having out in early 2024. Mike Schleibaum, the band’s guitarist, offered the following regarding the news: “We are beyond excited to announce our partnership with MNRK Heavy!
In Flames has announced more U.S. tour dates that will find the band joined by Born Of Osiris, Darkest Hour, and Hammerhedd. Tour dates include: 10/17 Tampa, FL – Jannus Live10/18 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room10/20 Richmond, VA – The National10/21 Warrendale, PA – Jergels10/22 Cleveland, OH – TempleLive at Cleveland Masonic10/23 London, ON
  Darkest Hour has announced they will hit the road to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their 2007 album Deliver Us. The tour will see the band performing the album in full each night and will find Darkest Hour supported by Toxic Holocaust, Zao, and Bloodlet. Tour dates run as follows: With Toxic Holocaust: 06/30 San Francisco, CA – Bottom Of
  Darkest Hour and Misery Signals have cancelled their December West Coast tour due to COVID-19 complications. The bands have decided not to reschedule the tour. Darkest Hour offered the following statement: “For those of you who are asking about our winter tour in the USA: Due to complications from the continuing COVID pandemic Darkest Hour and Misery Signals are saddened to announce
  Darkest Hour has announced that guitarist Michael “Lonestar” Carrigan has left the band. The band issued the following statement on July 28th: “After over a decade of touring the world with us and contributing to 4 of our full length records Darkest Hour announces the departure of guitarist Michael “Lonestar” Carrigan. We are sure you will be hearing
Darkest Hour will be celebrating their 25th anniversary out west in April and they’re bringing MIsery Signals and SECT along with them. Darkest Hour offered the following regarding the run: “West Coast USA! We are coming back to party with you all! We will be brining our best BUDS in Misery Signals (who are working on some FUCKING BRILLIANT new music)
Darkest Hour have launched a Patreon and are sharing previously unreleased music through it, including a cover a Black Flag song. The band commented on their decision to start such a campaign: “We are now on PATREON! It’s our 25th anniversary this year and we will be celebrating by allowing you even more access into