Watch DARK ANGEL Perform At Houston’s HELL’S HEROES Festival


Fan-filmed video of DARK ANGEL‘s entire April 22 performance at the Hell’s Heroes festival at White Oak Music Hall in Houston, Texas can be seen below.

DARK ANGEL guitarist Jim Durkin was unable to make the Hell’s Heroes show and was replaced at the gig by Laura Christine, wife of DARK ANGEL drummer Gene Hoglan.

DARK ANGEL is continuing to work on material for its long-awaited comeback album. The band’s first CD since 1991’s “Time Does Not Heal” will feature the lineup that has performed sporadic live shows since reuniting in 2013: Hoglan, Durkin, Eric Meyer (guitar),Ron Rinehart (vocals) and Michael Gonzalez (bass).

This past February, Hoglan said during a Twitch livestream from his home that he and his DARK ANGEL bandmates were “in the process” of making a new album. “That’s actually one of the reasons I can’t be doing TESTAMENT stuff this year. Because, [with] DARK ANGEL, we are writing a record, we are moving forward,” he said. “Just a week and a half ago, two weeks ago, I just had Mr. Eric Meyer from DARK ANGEL in this room. We were jamming it out, we wrote a new DARK ANGEL song.

“I’ve been moving forward with writing. We have gigs coming up, so this year, it won’t be heavily, heavily, heavily DARK ANGEL, but now that my schedule’s open, I can commit a little harder to some DARK ANGEL gigs,” he explained. “We do intend to be in the studio before the end of this year. So I have a lot of work ahead of me, and so does Jim Durkin. He’s been sending over songs, riffs, stuff like that, [which has been] super exciting. We’re all of the same mindset of making this just the most absolutely kick-ass DARK ANGEL record that we can.”

DARK ANGEL released two albums with Don Doty on vocals — 1984’s “We Have Arrived” and 1986’s “Darkness Descends” — before he exited the group and was replaced by Rinehart (after a brief stint with Jim Drabos in 1987). The band issued two more studio LPs — 1989’s “Leave Scars” and the aforementioned “Time Does Not Heal” — before calling it quits in 1992.

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