Darkhour | .ruina.

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.ruina.

by Darkhour

Darkhour's debut album that is heavy in influences from Nine Inch Nails, Pink Floyd and Stabbing Westward. It's sure to satisfy everyone who's into Industrial and Rock music.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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1. The Incoming
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2. A Time to Die
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3. Deprived
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4. The Missing
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5. Eve of Destruction
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6. Turn to Black
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7. Numb the Pain
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8. The Awakening
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9. Turning Into
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10. Losing It
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11. Anguish
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12. X
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13. The Line Easily Crossed
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
DARKHOUR is about the decline of human civilization. we are indeed entering into a time of darkness. human kind is being consumed by corruption and greed. everything that this country was founded on is in danger of destruction. .ruina. is a chronicle of world events that are forcing our lives into a time of confusion and desperation. the human race as a whole has become
complacent, ignorant and self-serving. a perversion of religion and political correctness has propagated into the bowels of world government, triggering a thick black corrosion of gluttony and deceit upon us.

DARKHOUR .ruina. is an account of these events

the record on this page is a culmination of several years of tinkering with different types of music and learning experiences. .ruina. is a record that is not designed to follow usual music composition. many of the pieces were written when certain historic events occurred. 9/11 was a major turning point in world history where certain truths about ourselves and government came to light. we all learned from our experiences, some for the good, some for bad. this record is a collection of those personal
experiences. some of it makes sense, some of it does not, effectively mimicking the current events in today’s world.


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Shawn

Excellent
This Cd is VERY good! If you like NIN and Stabbing Westward, then you will love this CD. I highly recommend.

anton kletzel

Art
This dude is a brilliant artist, buy it - you won't be sorry. I first encountered his music while going through my own "dark hour" and was captivated, its intelligent, deep, very very cool and has some really nice grooves too. A remarkable piece of work and more than worth the money.

FSA

The Darkhour Cometh!
The album conjures up a dark atmosphere, which horror and science fiction buffs like me would gladly welcome.

Red

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I give it a five, it takes from NIN as well as somewhat of A perfect circle, yet it has its own sound at the same time.

Chris

A great album! A must get, great sound scapes!
Wow, I got to say that when I bought this CD I was skeptical. However when I popped it in the CD player I was barraged by great industial soundscapes in the vain of Nine Inch Nails meets Pink Floyd. This album if marketed correctly, can be a great album. It's unfortunate that the music industry overlooks great albums like this and others because of the commercial pop crap they cram down peoples throats. This is a must listen, must buy!