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Ley Lines (2022)

Somehow merging elements of modern rock with classic rock, metal, and garage rock, Ley Lines manages to fit a lot of different sounds into one concise album. It careens from one genre to the next while still sounding like it's all the same band. Perhaps that's because of the intense, prolonged songwriting process that saw the three members of Darkfold working hard to refine each song. The legendary recording process took over a decade to complete and saw each band member pressed to the limit of his endurance. Forged in the fire of pain and desperation, the album will immolate your ears from the first listen, but with enough melody and soul-bearing angst to keep you coming back for more and more listens.

Darkfold's sophomore album: Ley Lines

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Metaverse (2008)

A defiant, dynamic hard rock album, full of homegrown riffage and sophisticated melodies, Metaverse is a powerful and ominous collection of nine tight songs. Darkfold delivers a melodic punch to the head featuring deft and versatile playing as they rotate instruments and morph before your ears. This release sees Darkfold eschewing production-heavy manipulation and concentrating on delivering subtle messages amidst a ferocious sound.

Darkfold's debut album: Metaverse

Download select tracks on the music page.

Listen to Metaverse on Spotify.

iTunes (requires iTunes program installed)

Bandcamp (also has high-res formats like Ogg and FLAC)



About Metaverse

Crafted, chiseled and hewed from slabs of solid rock, Darkfold’s debut release Metaverse on UnderUtopia Records marks the beginning of what will surely become a long and fruitful musical sojourn. The nine tracks on Metaverse span the gambit of musical styles from the hypnotic Persian influenced Nomads, the hard-rocking Bottom of the World, to the blitzkrieg of thrash that is Oppressotron.