Dark Ages

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Dark Ages may refer to:

In history and sociology[edit]

In astrophysics[edit]

  • Dark Ages, in Big Bang cosmology, the period between roughly 150 million and 800 million years after the Big Bang, about which we have little information because photons could not easily move through space at that time.

In music[edit]

  • Dark Ages (album) by Soulfly
  • The Dark Ages, an EP by Andrea Parker
  • "Dark Ages", a song by Jethro Tull on their 1979 album Stormwatch
  • "Dark Ages", a song by Yngwie Malmsteen on his 1986 album Trilogy
  • "Dark Ages", a song by NoMeansNo on their 1988 album Small Parts Isolated and Destroyed
  • Dark Age (band), a German death metal band
  • Dark Ages (band), a Ukrainian dark ambient band
  • "New Dark Ages", a song by punk rock band Bad Religion
  • "Dark Ages", a song by heavy metal band Scar the Martyr
  • "The Dark Ages", an EP by American indie rock band Bedhead

In entertainment[edit]