Lots of the pre-release whispers have suggested the upcoming album from Danish metal outfit MØL is something special. Blending elements of black metal with a shoegaze wall of sound, the band create music that isn’t always easy, and yet there’s something about its coldness that’s both cinematic and captivating.
A perfect fit for their epic sound, the new video for ‘Bruma’ has a scope and coldness that could really draw you in.
The official press release, along with the full video, can be found below.
Danish Blackgaze Powerhouse MØL Release Stunning New Video ‘Bruma’
Jord to be released via Holy Roar Records 13th April
“Glacial post rock collapsing into icy black metal blasts. It’s epic and stirring stuff. Absolutely crushing.” – Daniel P Carter, BBC Radio1 Rock Show
Danish powerhouse MØL have set the Blackgaze landscape alight with their refreshing new take on the sound and today have released the stunning new video for their track ‘Bruma.
First premiered by Invisible Oranges, you can now watch the video here
Comments MØL on Bruma: “As human beings, we fear the expiration of life and avoid the topic if confronted with the question of death. In modern culture we struggle to let go of our youth, as if we would go on living forever, and avoid the hard truth that everything eventually will come to an end. We all strive to make a mark that will last past our own lifetime — to make something that will make us timeless. However, in doing so we lose sight of the present. This is what the song challenges.” MØL are set to release their unyieldingly stunning and cathartic debut album Jord via Holy Roar Records on 13th April. Taking the shimmering tropes of Slowdive and seamlessly blending them with a sharp strain of Black Metal to create an exceptional collision of beauty and wretchedness – this instantly deems them as one of the best in their genre.
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