MOON TOOTH ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM PHOTOTROPH OUT 13TH MAY VIA PURE NOISE RECORDS
“Carry Me Home” is the third preview of the forthcoming Phototroph, with the band unveiling the life-affirming clip for “Nymphaeaceae” (https://youtu.be/R3ZolNyLfN0) in October, followed by the blistering, psychedelia-infused video for “The Conduit” (https://youtu.be/5bc6mxJYk9U).
Album pre-orders (https://smarturl.it/MoonTooth), which are available now, include several limited edition vinyl variants.
Moon Tooth is vocalist John Carbone, guitar player Nick Lee, drummer Ray Marte, and bass player Vincent Romanelli. The Long Island-based band self-released their debut album, Chromaparagon, in early 2016. Metal Injection, in one of Moon Tooth’s earliest reviews, said the foursome “establish a riveting precedent of what can be created within the wide parameters of modern progressive music.” The band went on to catch the attention of heavy music fans, critics and labels alike, leading to Pure Noise Records signing Moon Tooth and re-releasing their widely-praised album, Crux, in 2019. The 11-song collection, co-produced by Machine (King Crimson, Every Time I Die) and Lamb of God’s Mark Morton, led to the band being championed by Rolling Stone and Pitchfork, leading to placements on both outlet’s Best of 2019 year-end lists.
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