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The Atlas Moth


  1. 1.
    Coma Noir
  2. 2.
    Galactic Brain
  3. 3.
    Last Transmission from the Late, Great Planet Earth
  4. 4.
    The Streets of Bombay
  5. 5.
    Actual Human Blood
Throughout their career, The Atlas Moth, has evolved and expanded, never remaining stagnant, always throwing the listener a curve ball.
Critical accolades from the press, their contemporaries and fans are a constant. Due out 2/9/17, Coma Noir marks a few firsts for the band; the first release for LA indie metal label, Prosthetic Records, the first to feature Mike Miczik (Broken Hope) on drums and the first time the band worked with an outside producer. Longtime friend, Sanford Parker (Eyehategod, Voivod) stepped in to steer the ship, channeling the different elements brought to the table while keeping everything cohesive and concise.
Coma Noir is packed tightly with riffs and hooks. It’s the bands most rocking album by far, though it’s far from being a rock album.
The juxtaposition of two singers is prevalent as always, as heard on "Actual Human Blood", it’s sandwiched between a marching order of an intro and riffs that Hetfield would be proud to call his own. The trippy/psychedelic interlude in The Streets of Bombay, and the track, Smiling Knife, shows the experimental side hasn’t left, while the album’s closer, Chloroform, is a dense, bluesy, powerful number, rivaling anything their peers down South have done.
2018 will be the year for The Atlas Moth. It’ll be looked back as the year when underground metal first took the chance and decided to rock. It’ll be the year of Coma Noir.


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