No one may take pictures of the drummer but that hasn’t stopped Heavy New York talking to MOL percussionist Ken Klejs (Intig, ex-Sunken, ex-Antennas to Nowhere) about the five pieces new album “Diorama“, which is out now via Nuclear Blast of course, the evolution of their style and more. February will see the Post Black
How many metres of cable does it take to put on a live performance? Just one question that is answered by the music video for “Vestige” from MOL as the Denmark Post Black Metal outfit unleash “Diorama” upon an unsuspecting World. They will be joined by the award winning Ithaca for a European tour trek in
Hailing from a crushing void also known as Aarhus in Denmark, Nuclear Blast signings Mol have dropped a third single in “Vestige” from their upcoming 5th November album “Diorama“. Hopefully Ithaca will enlighten the Black Metal meets Blackgaze act as to the meaning of the date here in the United Kingdom ahead of shows together
Returning to the stage Mol have announced a European tour for February 2022 with Ithaca for their 5th October releasing new record “Diorama” via Nuclear Blast. That will follow a string of October shows in their native Denmark as the band follow travel restrictions and limit their mileage until things open up a bit more.
It isn’t just Carlsberg that gets exported from Copenhagen Denmark. Forward thinking Emotional Progressive Metallers Cold Night For Alligators continue to promote 2018’s “Fervor” with a music video for “Black Swan”. The album was produced by Miraz Radonjica-Bang who has also worked with Ghost Iris, Mol and Siamese.
Rivers Of Nihil will be bringing Black Crown Initiate, MØL and Orbit Culture on a headline European Tour that includes four UK dates in September and October. The shows are in support of the bands current release “Where Owls Know My Name” out now via Metal Blade Records. 09/29 Birmingham, Mama Roux 09/30 Bristol, The Fleece 10/01 Manchester, Rebellion
Taking place in Cologne Germany over the weekend of 27-29th September will be the 15th Annual Incarnation of Euroblast! Interestingly with the first wave of bands announced are The Haarp Machine. Having sort EJ Shannon to manage them having saved The Faceless and having suffered a humbling crowd funding campaign, it may mark a new
The Weekend of 11th July will see the 2019 incarnation of 2000 Trees Festival at Upcote Farm in Cheltenham take place. Aside from todays massive 33 band announcement, perhaps the most interesting news is that Every Time I Die will be playing their seminal “Hot Damn!” in full followed by a set of hits! The Festival
Minot, North Dakota Black Metallers Ghost Bath will be joined by Mol for a run of UK dates in November around their previously announced Damnation Festival appearance. They are currently touring their 3rd and highly critically acclaimed album “Starmourner” released in April 2017 via Nuclear Blast. 2nd Birmingham, The Flapper 3rd Leeds, Damnation Festival 4th