The Atlas Moth Unveil Coma Noi

2018-02-06 by Robert Garland CONTRIBUTOR | 12 Comments

Chicago post-metallers the Atlas Moth are set to release their fourth full-length LP, Coma Noir, later this week. Produced by Sanford Parker (Eyehategod, Voivod), the effort marks the experimentalists' first album with new drummer Mike Miczek (also of Broken Hope), as well as their first release for Prosthetic Records.
With Coma Noir's February 9th release date quickly approaching, the Atlas Moth have kindly bestowed Revolver with a full stream of the nine-track, 48-minute epic. Listen below, and read on for their tour dates with Royal Thunder and Mirrors of Psychic Warfare. Pre-order Coma Noir here.
The Atlas Moth frontman David Kush laid out the album's themes in a recent interview with Metal Hammer. "The concept of cults and cult mentality is explored throughout Coma Noir," he said. "You could even say that we as a band and our fans are collectively a cult. The psychedelic culture is a cult of sorts. Religion can be seen as a cult. We aren't commenting on if they are good or bad, just pointing out that when people believe blindly in anything as truth, they will close themselves off to the greater cult we all fall into, which is just 'human beings'."
"We write these songs in part to inspire others to think for themselves and be entertained, but mostly to remind ourselves of the journey we all have taken to come to these realizations," Kush concludes.
https://www.revolvermag.com/music/stream-atlas-moths-cult-inspired-post-metal-album-coma-noir-full

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starboystargirl
February 6th 2018
268 Comments


My vinyl came early. Album rips.

JAV
February 6th 2018
2848 Comments


They have been pretty consistent, def gonna check this out.

BlackwaterPork
February 6th 2018
3670 Comments


Might peep this

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NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
February 6th 2018
7752 Comments


It’s pretty solid : ]

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CaimanJesus
February 6th 2018
3538 Comments


Hype

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JAV
February 7th 2018
2848 Comments


This was pretty damn good.

starboystargirl
February 7th 2018
268 Comments


Staff, fix title PLZ show respecc

NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
February 7th 2018
7752 Comments


Sorry, that’s my bad and a character limit

calmrose
February 7th 2018
2470 Comments


this riffs hard so far

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0GuyMan0
February 9th 2018
986 Comments


fucking fuuuuuck its so good

Hawks
February 9th 2018
53646 Comments


Why does the site say that it was released in 2016 if it just came out today???

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NocteDominum
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February 11th 2018
7752 Comments


Because of the defaults man... somebody got excited to add it to the database without changing it to ‘18



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