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Darkest Days Review

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THE DARKEST DAYS: THE TRUTH BEHIND BRITAIN’S RUSH TO WAR, 1914 by by Douglas Newton

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Darkest Days is the third album released on Columbia Records by industrial rock band Stabbing Westward. The album was recorded in L.A. in 1997 and released on April 7, 1998. Although the album didn't achieve the same level of success as Wither Blister Burn & Peel, it received positive reviews and is often considered the band's best album.[5][6] The band was dropped from Columbia Records in 2000 following this release. The track "Save Yourself" reached number 4 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart (the band's highest-placing single on that chart) and number 20 on the U.S. Modern Rock chart and remains a staple of alternative music. Darkest Days was certified gold on March 1, 2000.[7]

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Solarus firmly put themselves on the map in lovely Canada in 2017 with an impressive debut album. I know, because I reviewed it before, and I was full of praise and superlatives. In fact, it was hard for me to convey things because I didn't want to come across like a propagandist. It was "extremely impressive" but I did say they set the bar high. That album had extremely tight riffs eliciting power on tap, and incredibly versatile vocals that can flip from immensely powerful to delicately soft. The good news for returning fans is none of this has been lost.

Now with a second offering we can assess a few more variables. The listener will be introduced to the sheer power early on in "My Darkest Days". Returning listeners will simply feel at home. The guitar work is as tight as ever, but despite that it seems to flow more fluently in parts such as the intro to "Limbo" and the solo in "Arrival", among many others. I think they were buoyed by the addition of Mark Feeney on bass and the sound seems more mature and assertive. The roots of the strong riffs never leave but there is more elaboration aided by synths for even more depth.

I like that the bass is brought into play often, it complements the synths in the less thunderous parts which overall augments the listening experience. I've listened and reviewed other bands that maybe didn't quite get the balance right but this is much more on the money. The other 'new' face is Nich Longe on drums who seems to fit in seamlessly, those limbs of his complementing the aforementioned thunderous riffs.

The vocals, thankfully, are one stable variable and one of the unique selling points. I think Sarah really shines in the earlier title track as well as "My World", which is one of my picks of the album. She also shines in the ballad "Holding On" where she is more isolated and hence more of a focal point, but that just shows what she's got in her locker.

I reliably read that their first album was written about a family tragedy and that this was before Sarah joined, which explains two things: the conveying of the power and moreover why things seem more harmonious this time, even pertaining to the vocals.

The power flows more naturally, there's more blossoming melody and a lot of emotion channeled just like its predecessor. I really look forward to seeing how they progress from here, but I'll be very patient for that as you can't rush perfection.

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I kind of lost interest with Mercenary after The Hours That Remain, and their last album Metamorphosis particularly didn't impress me. I'll definitely say I've found myself outgrowing this kind of style, though on the other hand I will say that I think this is a pretty good release.

For one it's good to see Mercenary sounding more like they did back on The Hours That Remain and although I still feel they lost the majority of their talent with the exodus of Mikkel Sandager, Morten Sandager, and even Signar Petersen it's nice to see the other guys aren't the slouches I once thought. If you're at all familiar with the Mercenary sound, particularly from 11 Dreams onwards, then you'll definitely feel at home with Through Our Darkest Days. As for the uninitiated, Mercenary sport a blend of Danish progressive metal, power metal and of course melodic death metal, coming across as a nice mix between Evergrey and Scar Symmetry.

While I like that this sounds like The Hours That Remain version 2.0, it definitely feels like they're plowing well-trodden ground. There aren't any surprises across the album and it stands as both the biggest boon and flaw here on Through Our Darkest Days. Also there are a few aspects to the sound which aren't as good as they once used to be, particularly the aggressive vocals which definitely feel a little too metalcore for my liking. For the most part though, this is a solid album and somewhat of a return to form. If you like Mercenary then you really can't go wrong here, and it's good to see that they're getting back to what they did best. Hopefully they'll take this sound further next time around.

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Have you ever wondered what could happen if time travel was a reality? Have you ever thought about the possibility of going back in time to rewrite history for the better? That possibility is a reality in Darkest of Days, where players will travel back and forth through the annals of time to relive some of mankind's most dire hours.