Black Moth ‘s second album ‘Condemned To Hope’ out now.
Now New Heavy Sounds are super stoked to present, ‘Condemned To Hope.’ Black Moth’s long awaited second album, produced like their first by Jim Sclavunos (Grinderman, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, The Cramps).
A turbulent brew with just as much 60s garage rock bite, head-spinning psychedelia and ‘1991-The-Year-That-Punk-Broke’ grit to offer as Vinum Sabbathi riffage. ‘Condemned To Hope’ is where Black Moth truly render themselves a glimmering presence in the firmament of 21st century rock.
A band just as comfortable sharing the Temples festival bill with the likes of Electric Wizard and Neurosis as they are alongside Nick Cave, Iggy Pop and Deborah Harry on the forthcoming Jeffrey Lee Pierce Sessions album ‘Axels And Sockets’.
Having laid waste to Europe as the main support on Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats latest live outing, it looks like this uniquely potent and poleaxing proposition are set to spread their wings to oblivion and beyond.
As with all NHS releases the album package will be something very special. We are super stoked to welcome on board a truly legendary name in album cover illustration. The one and only Roger Dean has created a brand new painting to adorn the cover of the album.
Designer, architect and artist, his iconic work for Yes, Uriah Heep, Budgie, countless Vertigo sleeves and much more, has almost come to define 70’s sleeve art. rogerdean.com
The album will be packaged in a gatefold American-style tip on sleeve in heavy duty card. Heavyweight 180g black and cream vinyl, lyric insert and free download of the album. The vinyl is limited to 500 copies. It will also be available on CD and Download.