New Heavy Sounds are extremely pleased to announce that Black Moth will be hitting the road in September and October on their first headline tour, to promote the release of their long awaited 2nd album 'Condemned To Hope'.
Black Moth rose from the Leeds underground scene, taking their kaleidoscopic heaviosity and their love for Stooges squalor, Sabbath sulphur and stoner vibes, to create an onslaught of monumental riff sorcery and serpentine grace.
Their debut 'The Killing Jar' effortlessly transcended its influences to arrive at a nefarious and turbulent brew, equal parts horror movie atmosphere, thunderous drive and maverick spark, with Harriet Bevan's biting and beguiling voice leading the charge.
It was a hit with fans and critics alike, even making it onto Kerangg's top 50 albums of the year, leading to a tour with Turbowolf, and stonking sets at Download and Desertfest amongst others.
The 2nd album, produced like their first by Jim Sclavunos (Grinderman, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, The Cramps) takes their kaleidoscopic heaviosity and sepulchral style to a whole new plateau of riff-driven dementia.
They are a mesmerising proposition live too, as showcased by their recent stint as support on the Uncle Acid European jaunt. Catch them now while you can.
Fri 26 Sep, Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
Sat 27 Sep, Liverpool, Kazimier
Sun 28 Sep, York, Duchess
Wed 01 Oct, London, Underworld
Thu 02 Oct, Birmingham, Asylum 2
Fri 03 Oct, Manchester, Roadhouse
Sun 05 Oct, Glasgow, The Attic
Mon 06 Oct, Sheffield, Corporation
'Condemned To Hope' is released by New Heavy Sounds on September 15th.
Angelina Jolie has been appointed as a visiting professor at the London School of Economics...
Sony and Universal are apparently both desperate to keep/take on Harry Styles.
Former child actor and Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood has claimed that Hollywood has an extensive...
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton brought their love to the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday...
The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.
The musician passed away while performing with his band OHM in LA.