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Darkest Days

by Solarus

This album is a dark and melodic effort, packed with energetic riffs, stunning vocals and staggering variety that promises to provide something for every listener. A compellingly dark album about facing darkest days and persevering through the night...
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. Overture (In Tenebras)
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2. My Darkest Days
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3. Limbo
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4. Holding On
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5. Arrival
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6. Dear Saviour
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7. Embers in the Rain
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8. My World
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9. Requiem for the Fallen pt. II
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10. The Final Hour
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11. In Memoriam (Immortal)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
‘We make the music we love, with the people we love, for the people we love.’ This is the core of Solaru' music philosophy. Founded by Guitarist Lucas McArthur, this humble passion project has been pushed from height to height in the hopes that one day the world will know this motto. Hailing with Symphonic elements reminiscent of European power metal and vocals akin to bands as prevalent as Evanescence, this band has been steadily trying to merge the boundaries of 'heavy' and 'approachable' for broad appeal. It is what they love because it brings people together under the Universal language that is music. There newest album Darkest Days is already seeing highly acclaimed reviews and is expected to be a worthy successor to their debut effort, 'Reunion':
"I was expecting a great album, but Darkest Days is on another level; it’s taken everything that I loved from the first record and made it exponentially better." - The Metal Observer 2019
Despite being an independent effort, the work ethic here is nothing to scoff at, and their careers are only just beginning. You will not be disappointed by this album, it is dark, it is musical, but most of all, it is for you...

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