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Konstruktivists - Their Darkest Hour flac album
  • Performer Konstruktivists
  • Title Their Darkest Hour
  • Date of release 2014
  • Country UK
  • Style Experimental, Dark Ambient, Industrial
  • Other formats ASF MMF AUD MP2 AC3 DXD WAV
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1594 mb
  • Size FLAC 1149 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 955

A collection of unreleased and rare pieces from the Konstruktivists archives. Track 1 recorded in 2010 Track 2 recorded in 1992 Track 3 recorded in 2012 Track 4 originally recorded in 1994, vocal retained and music re-recorded in 2014 Track 5 recorded in 1994 Track 6 recorded in 2012 Track 7 recorded in 1993 Track 8 recorded in 1981.

Darkest Hour is the eighth album by American metalcore band Darkest Hour. It was released on August 5, 2014 through Sumerian Records. It is the first album to feature bassist Aaron Deal and drummer Travis Orbin. The album marks their significant departure from their usual melodic death metal sound, instead having a more mainstream approach with elements of metalcore more prominent, with a more upbeat style. The band's next release would see a return to their original style.

A collection of unreleased and rare pieces from the Konstruktivists archives.

Following 2014's Their Darkest Hour, a digital collection of rare and unreleased recordings, Konstruktivists released two albums in early 2015, both featuring returning member Crumby: the CD Anarchic Arcadia (on Germany's E-Klageto) and LP Destiny Drive (on Austrian label Bleak). In 2016, Dark Entries reissued the group's debut album, A Dissembly, on vinyl.

Darkest Hour is the eighth album by American melodic death metal band Darkest Hour. The album marks a significant departure from their usual melodic death metal sound, instead having a more mainstream approach with elements of metalcore more prominent, with a more upbeat style.

Darkest Hour, the self titled album by the band, has been more difficult to digest than any record I have ever listened to. The band has gone through a lot of changes over the years, and each shift in sound, small or large, has been relatively easy to just go along with. Even the loss of Kris Norris could be accepted. In the end Darkest Hour still sounded like Darkest hour. But now, on album number eight, with only two original band members remaining and a shiny new record deal with Sumerian Records, the band has moved in a direction that many fans may not want to follow. My first listen told.

Darkest Hour fans are a devoted, long-suffering lot. Since the band's inception in 1999, the Washington, . unit has undergone numerous personnel changes, each one shifting its root sound - death metal that firmly embraced hardcore, but remained committed to both. Until now, that is. On their self-titled debut for Sumerian, Darkest Hour enlisted producer Taylor Larson (best known for his success in working with Periphery) to help them craft a more expansive sound.

Tracklist

The Master 4:30
Second Sight 3:25
Incognito (2012 Version) 4:37
K Karoon - Ciggies And Sweets 10:25
Time Yet To Come 5:20
Out Of Order Order 4:03
Learn Lessons Of Love 5:53
Monsiur Y 5:31
K Karoon - A Dark Night 2:32

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Konstruktivists Their Darkest Hour ‎(9xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Konstruktivists Self-released) none UK 2014
none Konstruktivists Their Darkest Hour ‎(9xFile, MP3, Album) Not On Label (Konstruktivists Self-released) none UK 2014