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Darkest Hour: The Eternal ReturnThe Eternal Return (2009)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: thirtysecondsthirtyseconds
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I got on the Darkest Hour bandwagon pretty late. The first time I heard them was “Sound the Surrender” from PROTECT: A Benefit for the National Association to Protect Children. Usually, I wouldn’t have given a band of that ilk a chance, but I’d heard sufficient good things, and to this day, I’m very happy about that. So, despite not being too up on the wealth of material on offer, even I was a little gutted when Kris Norris announced his departure from the band. Reading various reviews and user comments, it seemed that the guys from D.C. were going to struggle to extend their long-running trend of releasing solid stuff.
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