Our Darkest Days have released a music video for their song “Ceaseless,” taken from their latest album A Common Agony, available now on CD/Digital through Bird Attack Records.
The video takes you along for the ride on the often overnight drives from city to city while touring. Hop in the van and check out the “Ceaseless” video here:
A Common Agony Track Listing:
1. Now My Days Are Numbered
2. The Book
4. Time Has Come (ft. Denis Buckley from 88 Fingers Louie)
5. Dying Flames
6. Razorblade’s Fury
8. Still The Same
9. By The Sweat Of My Brow
10. Homesick & Bookmarks
11. A Shelter For Your Comfort
12. The Burden Of My Sins (ft. Michel Garcia from FORUS)
13. A Common Agony For A Common Cause
Our Darkest Days is a 5-piece Canadian melodic fast punk rock band formed in Quebec City in 2012, by the former members and old friends, singer Vince Fournier, guitarist Dann Greene, followed by guitarist Russ Almond and drummer Matt Leclerc. Bassist Jam Gosselin joined the next year. Most of the members have been around playing punk rock fury for about 20 years, and still keep their flame as strong as always. After years of work, Matt Leclerc has been replaced by new drummer Guillaume Fortin in 2015 who increased the songs speed, and Russ replaced by Claude Plamondon who left in 2016, which the line up has finally been completed by the missing piece of the puzzle John Leblanc, later in the same year.
While working on music, they came to define a unique and original sound that would stand apart among any other bands. However, they have been influenced a lot by the 90s punk rock such as Ignite, Propagandhi, Lagwagon, Good Riddance, Strung Out etc. Their first demo has been released in 2013, followed by a split in Fall 2014 with Set It Back. They played several shows in the Eastern Canada.
After two years of live performance, they moved forward to a new writing process, and entered in studio for their first full length A Common Agony, with Fréquences Productions (Pierre Lemire & Michael Fontaine) and has been mastered by Daryl Phenneger. The album is fueled with thirteen mindblowing tracks, and a very energic and technical “unleash the beast” sound with fast drums, solid bass and guitar riffs, flawless pickings and solos, powerful and harmonious vocal melodies, many sudden stops, and an instant ear-catching throughout the whole album that leaves you wanting more.