Darkest Hour

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Darkest Hour Book Headline Shows This Weekend After DevilDriver Cancel

by Andrew Tijs on May 4, 2012

in Live,News

Despite the unfortunate DevilDriver tour cancellation, Darkest Hour are still playing Australia this weekend.

Darkest Hour

Darkest Hour

DevilDriver had to cancel their Australian tour, which was to begin today, as frontman Dez Fafara is unable to fly due to pneumonia.

They were to be supported by Six Feet Under and Washington DC melodic death metal punishers Darkest Hour.

Darkest Hour is already here so they’ve decided to book headline shows over the weekend anyway.

They’ll play tonight at Brisbane’s Basement, tomorrow Saturday 5 May at Sydney’s Venom night at the Agincourt Hotel and this Sunday 6 May at Melbourne’s Northcote Social Club with Feed Her To The Sharks and Surrender.

Expect brutal melodic death metal from their latest album The Human Romance, and their crushing classics.

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