The album was recorded in . in 1997 and released on April 7, 1998. The band was dropped from Columbia Records in 2000 following this release. The track "Save Yourself" reached number 4 on the .
Darkest Days (HDCD, Album). outstanding album that is an exercise in depression and loathing. its so heavy and dark. still, to this day, the album is effecting. very dark, depressing. but rewarding in its own way. the best thing Stabbing Westward ever did, by a long shot, in my opinion. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Stabbing Westward relocated to Los Angeles, California where they began work on the 1998 album, titled Darkest Days. Darkest Days was envisioned as a four-act story by the band (but never marketed as such). This is the only release featuring studio work by Mark Eliopulos. The first single "Save Yourself" had success yet the album failed to sell as well as its predecessor. Stabbing Westward continued to tour with bands like Placebo, The Cult, Monster Magnet, and Depeche Mode, while playing numerous summer festivals
Stabbing Westward – Darkest Days. Label: Sony Records – SRCS 8678. Format: CD, HDCD, Album. Producer – Dave Jerden (tracks: 1 to 6, 8, 10 to 16), Stabbing Westward, Ulrich Wild (tracks: 7, 9). Vocals, Guitar – Christopher Hall (2). Written-By – Stabbing Westward. Sticker reads: "Including MTV Japan Buzz Clip 'Save Yourself'.
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It is their first and only album to be produced by Ed Buller and released on Koch Records. The album was released on May 22, 2001, and the band later broke up on February 9, 2002. The album shows a change in direction for the band.
Is Darkest Days the best album by Stabbing Westward? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Darkest Days by Stabbing Westward (1998) Overall rank: 22,909th. Accolades: Top albums of 1998 (459th). Top albums of the 1990s (4,434th). Best albums of all time (22,909th).