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2nd June 2014 – Navigator Records

The Moulettes return with their third studio album, and their first for the Navigator Records, ‘Constellations’ on June 2nd. Recorded in studios, churches, tunnels, workshops and bedrooms around Brighton and Lewes in the summer of 2013, the album features a host of guest performances from legends Arthur Brown (“God of Hellfire”) and Herbie Flowers (Lou Reed/David Bowie) and contemporaries Blaine Harrison (Mystery Jets), The Unthanks  and Emma Richardson (Band Of Skulls). Brighton dub troubadour Faye Houston and dubstep producer Mike Dennis (Dface) complete a supporting cast that emphasises the band’s desire to blend musical styles and experiment with sound in a way that has been a hallmark of their recordings to date. Thus ‘Constellations’ crosses varied and expansive musical territory over its ten tracks. As songwriter, cellist and front singer Hannah Miller notes, “People can listen to Moulettes and hear Shostakovich, Miles Davis, Pentangle, Pink Floyd, Bjork and Skrillex. That is where we’ve all come from…everyone shares in over 80 years of recorded music history”.


‘Constellations’ contains the headrush pop folk of ‘Glorious Year’, the psycho-drama of the title track and the noir trip hop of ‘Lady Vengeance’ in an opening salvo that is unlikely to be matched in scope by many, if any, albums released this year. An album criss-crossed with stories and imagery, ‘Constellations’ can accommodate the 20’s belle époque waltz of ‘The Night Is Young’, the progressive folk of ‘The Observatory’ and the death disco dub of album closer ‘Keep It As A Memory’ whilst remaining a cohesive piece that sparkles with inventiveness and creativity throughout.


Few bands have the musical range of The Moulettes. Containing a mix of self taught and classically trained members who have shared the stage and studio with the likes of Mick Jagger, Nick Cave, Seasick Steve, Bonobo and Dave Gilmour, their significant initial period was spent playing live and promoting the Den Of Iniquity nights in London that brought a host of acts to public prominence.  After seven years of being a live band it was only in 2009 that their eponymous debut was released. This was followed in 2011 by ‘The Bear’s Revenge’, an album that saw MOJO hail them as “complex and beautiful…intriguing and unique”Moulettes have constantly been on the road for 4 years and have played festivals as varied as Cropredy  to End of the Road. They continue their busy gig schedule throughout April and May prior to a host of summer festival dates (see below).
‘Constellations’ is released by Navigator Records on June 2nd.


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New Album Rented World Is Out Now on Epitaph and streaming in full on YouTube:
The Menzingers premiered a new video for their single ‘I Don’t Wanna Be An Asshole Anymore’ via Stereogum here and you can now watch it on YouTube. The track is off their new album Rented World which is out this week on Epitaph and streaming in full on YouTube. According to Pitchfork, “Menzingers excel in desperate, earnest melodic punk.” Noisey called the new album “one of the best records of the year.” and SPINrecognises Rented World for its “honest, vulnerable declarations.” Kerrang! have called it “A rock’n’roll monster” and Rock Sound recognise the band as “one of the tightest songwriting units in the indie punk scene.”

No longer housemates in Scranton, PA, the title Rented World, mirrors the band’s lifestyle since moving to Philly in 2008. The band was renting separate spaces around the city, but maintaining a practice space in North Philly where the majority of the record was written. Faithfully archetypal Rust Belt punk, Rented World is an album concerned with maintaining a sense of self, the softening of posture, and the burden of harsh realities.

The Menzingers kept it Philly-local for Rented World and enlisted Jonathan Low to engineer the album at Miner Street Recordings. Low’s distinctively rich Americana sound resonates through the careers of The War On Drugs, Sharon Van Etten, Kurt Vile, and The National.

The Menzingers didn’t write the answers into Rented World. The record admits to an in medias res that comes with one’s late 20s, old enough to know better, but still seeking greater wisdom.

In support of the new album, the band are touring the UK and mainland Europe from next week, kicking off with a special show at the Old Blue Last which sold out in five minutes flat. Full dates are listed below and tickets are available at

April 30 – Old Blue Last – London (UK) – SOLD OUT
May 02 – Groezrock – Meerhout (BE)
May 03 – Monster Bash – Munich (DE)
May 04 – Pirate Satellite Festival –  Stuttgart (DE)
May 05 – Chez Heinz – Hannover (DE)
May 06 – MTC – Cologne (DE)

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 new album “Cursed Redeemer” out now!

New song launched online 

“Cursed Redeemer”, the brilliant new album of MIASMAL from Gothenburg, is now available in Europe! The album, which was recorded at Studio Fredman, contains eight tracks of relentless death metal ferocity in a traditional yet stunningly fresh style. The cover artwork was done by Mattias Frisk (Ghost, Vampire etc.).

For another preview of “Cursed Redeemer”, check out the album track, “Call Of The Revenant”, here

The previously launched track, “Until The Last”, can be heard here:

“Cursed Redeemer” has been released on CD, LP and as digital download. The clear vinyl is strictly limited to 200 copies worldwide, so better grab it fast!

Head over to CM Distro to order your copy:

“Cursed Redeemer” track-listing:
1.     Cursed Redeemer
2.     Call Of The Revenant
3.     Whisky Train
4.     Excelsior
5.     A Veiled Remembrance
6.     Until The Last
7.     Frozen In Time
8.     2013

And if you are in the mood for some more Swedish darkness, get a copy of the strictly limited MIASMAL/VAMPIRE split 7inch, that features one exclusive song by each band:

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“Nær Sólen Gar Niþer For Evogher” and
“The Eternal Forest – Demo Years ’91-‘93” out now in Europe!

The eagerly awaited official re-issues of DAWN’s classic debut album “Nær Sólen Gar Niþer For Evogher” as well as the band’s demo material collection “The Eternal Forest – Demo Years ’91-‘93” are now available in Europe!

The band has reworked the entire layouts, adding unseen photos to the releases as well as refreshing the covers, while consciously staying close to the original versions. The sound of both releases has been carefully remastered by Dan Swanö. The band comments:

“DAWN want to thank Dan Swanö who recorded, mixed the album back in 1994. Dan also helped us remaster the re-issues in November 2013. Check out Dan Swanös legendary guest book from 1994 at: http://www.unisound.seAlso thanks to Paul Thind of Necropolis Records (RIP) who lit a torch in the darkness 1993 and knew what real metal was. And according to tradition, Century Media Records has taken the torch worldwide and let it burn on!” – DAWN

Both albums have been released as LP (on black & strictly limited colored vinyl), mid-price CD and digital download. Get your copy at:!

DAWN’s gigantic masterpiece “Slaughtersun – Crown Of The Triarchy” as well as the legendary Mini-album “Sorgh På Svarte Vingar Fløgh” will be released on June 9th. Preorder options will be announced in early May.

DAWN “Sólen Gar Niþer For Evogher” track-listing:
1.     Eyesland
2.     The Ethereal Forest
3.     Diabolical Beauty
4.     In The Depths Of My Soul
5.     Ginom Rinande Lughier
6.     As The Tears Fall
7.     Svarter Skiner Sólen
8.     Everflaming

DAWN “The Eternal Forest – Demo Years ’91-‘93” track-listing:
1.     In The Depths Of My Soul
2.     Incantation Of Unholiness
3.     Spawn Of Evil
4.     Thirst Of The Dead
5.     In The Depths Of My Soul
6.     The Eternal Forest
7.     As The Tears Fall
8.     Thirst Of The Dead
9.     Dawn Of Torture

Tracks 1 to 4 are taken from the “Apparition” tape (demo, December 1992)
Tracks 5 to 7 are taken from the “Promotional demo” tape  (demo, October 1993)
Tracks 8 and 9 are taken from the “Demo 1” tape (demo, March 1992)

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launches new track “Black Heart Rebellion” online

INSOMNIUM’s much-awaited new album “Shadows Of The Dying Sun” is about to be released on April 28th (Europe) and April 29th (North-America). For a preview of “Shadows Of The Dying Sun”, a new track, “Black Heart Rebellion”, can be heard online:

INSOMNIUM’s Niilo comments on “Black Heart Rebellion”: “Black Heart Rebellion is maybe the most brutal song we have ever done. Violent, epic and massive are the words that come to mind when describing the atmosphere here. Surely this is something different for us, and personally one of my favourite songs on the album!

INSOMNIUM’s “Shadows Of The Dying Sun” is available in the following formats (all pictured above!):

Deluxe CD box set (including the album on CD Digipak plus Bonus CD incl. 4 bonus tracks + enhanced booklet)
CD Jewelcase
Gatefold black 2LP on 180gr. vinyl (incl. 4 bonus tracks)
Ltd. Gatefold white 2LP on 180gr. vinyl (incl. 4 bonus tracks, limited to 200 copies)
Digital Download

All physical formats plus a special T-Shirt Bundle are available here:

“Shadows Of The Dying Sun” track-listing:
1. The Primeval Dark
2. While We Sleep
3. Revelation
4. Black Heart Rebellion
5. Lose To Night
6. Collapsing Words
7. The River
8. Ephemeral (album version)
9. The Promethean Song
10. Shadows Of The Dying Sun

If you want to check out the video “While We Sleep”, click here:
The band also launched a lyric video for “Revelation” here:


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