Thursday, January 7, 2016

MOON TOOTH + Revolver

Moon Tooth has teamed with Revolver to premiere new song "Offered Blood," off upcoming debut album Chromaparagon.

A shining slab of the Long Island, New York band's soaring rock-metal-blues, "Offered Blood" sits in a progressive, aggressive realm between The Mars Volta and Between the Buried and Me. Moon Tooth displays creativity and chops in spades, and a soulful vibe that is often absent from music this techy.


Stream "Offered Blood" here:

http://www.revolvermag.com/news/moon-tooth-premiere-new-song-offered-blood.html

Pre-order Chromaparagon ahead of its February 5th release date, here:
https://moontoothny.bandcamp.com/

Moon Tooth tours the East Coast in January and February, ending with a slot of WSOU's 30th anniversary show with Candiria and Old Wounds.


Jan 14 - Amityville, NY @ Revolution
Jan 15 - Naugatuck, CT @ Cook's Cafe
Jan 16 - Florence, MA @ 13th Floor Music Lounge
Jan 17 - Philadelphia, PA @ Connie's Ric Rac
Feb 2 - Providence, RI @ News Cafe
Feb 3 - Easthampton, MA @ The Ohm
Feb 4 - Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus Bar
Feb 5 - Boston, MA @ House Show
Feb 6 - Kingston, NY @ BSP Lounge
Feb 7 - Shepherdstown, WV @ House Show
Feb 8 - Harrisonburg, VA @ The Golden Pony
Feb 9 - Atlanta, GA @ Union EAV
Feb 10 - West Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
Feb 11 - Greensboro, NC @ Loud Room
Feb 12 - Norfolk, VA @ Taphouse
Feb 13 - Philadelphia, PA @ Ortlieb's 
Feb 20 - Hoboken, NJ @ Maxwell’s (WSOU 30th anniversary w/ Candiria, Old Wounds)


Check out the video for Chromaparagon's first single, "Queen Wolf," here.

"Top-notch musicality, crafty songwriting, and mesmerizing live show. They have my vote for best new band..."

–Metal Injection

"They're heavy, they're melodic, they're intimidatingly skilled musicians, they're great songwriters, and holy shit, wait 'til you see them live."

–MetalSucks

"Moon Tooth leads the wolfpack... with shred. Nick [Lee] plays the guitar like his fingers are trapeze artists..."

–Gear Gods

"Technical, melodic, and shreddy without being wanky... The band's bio compares vocalist John Carbone's voice to Jeff Buckley, and he certainly has one hell of a range."

–Metal Insider