the darkness


The Darkness Maybe Predicted that News Story About Octopi Being Aliens

How dare you tell me to "get a real job"???
Lauren O'Neill

The Darkness Want to Be Rockstars Again

They were once Britain's biggest rock band, even if they had to fight against the "joke" tag. Now, they're charting their own strange path back to fame. It begins on a boat.
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey News

The Darkness' "Southern Trains" Penetrates the Dark and Petty Heart of Britishness

I'm not saying this is a good thing.
Lauren O'Neill
Objectively Correct Lists

Songs to Listen to As Your Eyes Are Fried by the Eclipse

We'll see you on the dark side of the moon.
Phil Witmer
Jabbari Weekes
New music

The Darkness Are Back and They Want You to Shit Yourself

And Justin Hawkins wears a gold lamé catsuit in the new video for "Solid Gold."
Alex Robert Ross
the darkness

Mike Patton’s the Best Rock Star to Have Ever Rolled Into Video Games

The Faith No More frontman lit up 'The Darkness,' now celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Mike Diver

What I Learned Growing Up as a Very Serious Fan of The Darkness

“The song, ‘I Believe In a Thing Called Love’ has changed my life. I am now a full on rocker!” read my diary on 20th September, 2003.
Angus Harrison

How to Survive Rock 'n' Roll with Justin Hawkins from The Darkness

This year marked The Darkness' triumphant return—they survived band bust-ups, drugs, egos, and many a too-tight jumpsuit. So we asked Hawkins to serve us some life lessons.
Karen Ruttner

Yes, This Is Actually Happening: The Darkness Have a New Throwback Xmas Single Called "I Am Santa"

Once upon a time, they were the biggest band in Britain.
Joe Zadeh
VICE vs Video games

Video Gaming's Most Beautiful Moments

Some of the scenes and sounds that have made us swoon over the years.
Chris Scullion

I Entered Over 1,000 Competitions in a Month and This Is What I Won

I was trying to emulate the success of a "professional comper" who says she makes thousands a year from entering competitions.
Sam Tahmassebi
VICE vs Video games

‘Max Payne’ Was the Game That Understood My Depression

Remedy's neo-noir romp rippled with Norse mythology proved an unlikely companion when life was at its darkest.
Ed Smith