Darkest Hour to Release Live Version of 2005 Album Undoing Ruin
Darkest Hour are celebrating the 15th anniversary of their 2005 album, Undoing Ruin — a modern classic! — by releasing a special, limited edition vinyl featuring the band performing the album in full on July 1, 2015 at The Black Cat in their hometown of Washington, D.C. The release also celebrates the 25th anniversary of the band.
They’re only pressing 250 copies of these bad boys, each hand-numbered and printed on a completely unique color or swirl combination, and in order to snag one you’ve got be a Darkest Hour subscriber on Patreon. Sixty vinyl copies are being earmarked for new subscribers, with shipping expected in mid July or early August. Those who sign up for the “physical tier” of the Patreon at $12.99/month will also immediately receive a copy of XXV, a 7-inch featuring the band’s never released Black Flag cover on top of a whole host of other benefits and knick-knacks from the band.
“We all miss the long nights of stage dives and high fives so allow us to hook you up with a private Darkest Hour concert of your own, on wax!” guitarist Mike Schleibaum tells MetalSucks.
Sign up here to make sure you get yours.