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The Moth Gatherer to Premiere New Track on BBC Radio 1

THE MOTH GATHERER to Premiere New Track on BBC Radio 1

Swedish sludge, doom, electro, post-rock visionaries, THE MOTH GATHERER, are going to premiere a new song, “Attacus Atlas”, exclusively on BBC Radio 1. It will be the final song of Daniel P. Carter‘s Rock Show, which airs this coming Sunday (November 8th) at 7PM GMT (8PM CET). The show can be listened to live via internet broadcasting, at this link:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/player/bbc_radio_one

After the show, the program will be archived and available for streaming here.

“Attacus Atlas” features guest appearance by David Johansson (Kongh). The song comes from the band’s upcoming new album, “The Earth Is The Sky”, set to be released on November 27th on Agonia Records.

Besides David Johansson, the album features other notable guests, including: Wacian (Code), The Cuukoo (Terra Tenebrosa) as well as Thomas Jäger(Monolord).

Last month the band released their first single, “Pale Explosions”, which also made it to BBC Radio 1‘s playlists. The song can currently be listened to here:https://youtu.be/cplLvJ1J_XY

Commented by the band: “The Earth Is The Sky is an album where we tried to take everything as far as we could. There where points during the recording where we honestly spoke about giving up and calling it a day, it felt like we would crumble under the album. But we suffered through. The result is a desperation about how humanity drags it all to the end. Where A Bright Celestial Light was an introvert journey into decay, The Earth Is The Sky is a journey to the highest point on Earth where you sit down and contemplate about our existence while watching the flames from the burning world”.

“The Earth Is The Sky” was recorded over a period of two years in three different studios. Mixing & mastering duties were taken care by Karl Daniel Lidén (Dozer, The Old Wind, Switchblade, Terra Tenebrosa). The artwork has been made by SCG, while Swedish printer, EJG, prepared the layout, creating an exclusive painting for each of the six tracks on the album.

Available formats:
– CD,
– black LP,
– green LP,
– blue LP,
– yellow LP,
– digital.

Pre-orders are available at:
https://www.agoniarecords.com/index.php?pos=shop&lang=en

Trackslist:
1. Pale Explosions
2. Attacus Atlas
3. Probing The Descent of Man
4. Dyatlov Pass
5. The Black Antlers
6. In Awe Before The Rapture

Line-up:
Alex – Bass and Vocals
Victor – Guitars, Electronics and Vocals
Svante – Drums

Listen to the first single, “Pale Explosions”, at:

About Louise Swift

I first went to a gig in 1981, Gillan at Leeds University. I've been a regular gig goer ever since. I haven't kept count of how many gigs I've been to over the intervening years, but it's a lot! My favourite bands are AC/DC then, in no particular order, Anti-Nowhere League, Slaughter and the Dogs, Towers of London and Dirt Box Disco. I tend to like Glam/Punk and rude offensive lyrics, not sure what that says about me but as Animal would say 'So What!' The question was recently put to me - did I write for any online publications? My reply - No, but I'd like to! Planetmosh was suggested and I found myself offering to review Aces High Festival. Easy peasy I thought! Well not quite, if a jobs worth doing it's worth doing well! I had sixteen bands to research. I found I actually enjoyed that and it kept me too busy to be making lunatic comments on Facebook! ;) Then I felt a bit inadequately qualified. I mean, who am I to comment on others, when my musical expertise extends to being able to play a mean Greensleeves on the recorder and a passable Annie's song on the flute! Haven't picked up either instrument for years! What I do have, however, is over 30 years of experience as a gig goer, so I can comment on what I like and what I don't! It's only my opinion and, if I don't like a band it doesn't mean they are bad, just not to my own liking. I admire anyone who has the guts to get up on that stage and have a go!
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