Latest The Darkness Stories

2014-04-30 23:13:29

Stroke Victim Tells of Her Inspiring Survival McLean, VA (PRWEB) April 30, 2014 Imagine being conscious but unable to move or speak. Allison O’Reilly has experienced this “locked-in” feeling firsthand and survived to tell her story. In 2010, O’Reilly suffered from a brainstem stroke that left her in a rare state identified as locked-in syndrome. “Out of the Darkness” is an inspiring story of O’Reilly’s fight for survival and determination to regain her independence....

2013-11-05 10:29:47

Muggers in London strike around two and half times more often during hours of darkness then in daylight, a new study shows. The first study to look at the hourly pattern of street robbery in London found a 160% rise in the rate of muggings during the hours of darkness in the capital. Lisa Tompson and Professor Kate Bowers, from the Department of Security and Crime, University College London, studied crime statistics over two years in order to calculate how much more at risk people were...

2006-08-21 18:01:55

By Jonathan Cohen NEW YORK (Billboard) - U.K. glam rock act the Darkness has denied rumors it has been dropped by its label. In a statement on its Web site, the group also revealed that frontman Justin Hawkins entered a rehab facility last week to address unspecified substance abuse issues. "We would however like to make it clear that this emphatically does not signal the end for The Darkness nor are their label Atlantic Records considering 'dropping' them," said the site...

2005-09-21 02:43:10

By Jonathan Cohen NEW YORK (Billboard) - British retro hair-metal act the Darkness has christened its new album "One Way Ticket To Hell ... and Back." The set is due November 28 in the United Kingdom and a day later in North America, via Atlantic Records. The first single, "One Way Ticket," will be released commercially November 14 in the United Kingdom. The album is the follow-up to the Darkness' 2003 debut "Permission To Land," which has sold more than 680,000 units in the United...

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