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So Sedated, So Secure holds promise, its ambitions indicating a penchant for gruff death and thrash balanced by melodic turns and solos. Darkest Hour don't always do their ambitions justice, though. The tones, production, and vocals — a wonderful evil sneer fighting a throaty growl — are all right-on, but their simple guitar riffs, which stylistically may have peaked with Exodus in the late '80s, are what hangs them up. The album is solidly written, though, and new melodic takes on death metal are always welcome. No one is expecting the next Carcass, but if Darkest Hour upped the technical ante some, they could definitely enter the big leagues. [The CD was also released with bonus tracks.]


Formed: 1995 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Washington, D.C.'s Darkest Hour are supporters of the death metal/hardcore merger, founded in the early '90s by such outfits as Carcass and Entombed. Comprising members Mike Schleibaum (guitar), Billups Allen (bass), John Henry (vocals), Fred Ziomek (guitar), and Ryan Parrish (drums), the band formed in the mid-'90s, inking a deal with the New York-based underground metal label MIA Records in 1999. The quintet issued its debut recording a year later, The Mark of the Judas, and was ready to support...
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