Moon Tooth Shares an Guitar Playthrough Video for their Single “Nymphaeaceae”


Moon Tooth has shared guitar playthrough video for their recent single “Nymphaeaceae” from their upcoming new album due in 2022 via Pure Nosie Records. The band has released two singles so far, including “The Conduit.” Produced by Josh Wilber, we are looking forward to tthe new album in 2022!

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CONCERT REVIEW: Moon Tooth – Johnny Booth – Astronoid: Live at The Gramercy Theatre

The Christmas season is upon us and you know what that means…HOLIDAY SHOWS! Long Island locals Moon Tooth recently put on their holiday bash at the Gramercy Theater in Manhattan and boy, did they sleigh it!

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Moon Tooth Shares a New Single and Music Video – “The Conduit”

Moon Tooth has shared another new single from their new album due in 2022 via Pure Nosie Records. Produced by Josh Wilber, “The Conduit” their second new single from the album, might be one of the coolest, heaviest songs ever by the band and you can watch the clip, and stream the track right now!

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Moon Tooth to Release “Violent Grief Sessions” EP This Week

Long Island progressive music group Moon Tooth has announced they will be releasing Violent Grief Sessions on November 12, 2020 via Pure Noise Records. The EP features live versions of both covers and original songs, the audio for the upcoming release was taken from their recent premiered intimate acoustic event of the same name, which can be streamed today on YouTube.

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Mark Morton Shares New Single – “All I Had To Lose” ft. Mark Morales

Mark Morton (Lamb of God) has shared a new single from us upcoming mostly acoustic Ether EP, due next week on January 17th via Rise Records. ‘All I Had To Lose’ ft. Mark Morales is a soulful unplugged jam. In addition to his work in Lamb of God and his soundtrack work, Ether looks to be a much more personal and intimate bunch of songs compared with 2019’s Anesthetic record. Watch the visualizer for the track now! Continue reading

Ghost Cult’s Album of the Year 2019 – Part 1 (75-41)

Carcass with Surgical Steel (Nuclear Blast) in 2013, Behemoth and The Satanist (Metal Blade) in 2014, Ghost in 2015 and 2018 with Meliora and Prequelle (both Loma Vista), Magma (Roadrunner) by Gojira in 2016, and 2017’s Emperor of Sand (Mastodon Reprise) is our legacy. Those incredible, scene-enhancing, ear-destroying releases are the standard-bearers by which Ghost Cult‘s albums of the year are to be judged. These are the albums of our times; and following another sensation year of great alternative, rock, and metal, the pantheon cries out for more, for another slab of wax, another Album of the Year to join them… the very best of 2019.

With a fully democratic poll of the views and votes of the length and breadth of Team Ghost Cult (including our photographers, reviewers, newshounds, podcast and YouTube contributors) taken, with no editorial steer or amendment, we present to you Part 1 (75-41) of the Official Ghost Cult Albums of the Year for 2019, for your vulgar delectation…Continue reading


A three-day music festival in the woods with rock, punk, metal, copious amount of drinking, and an undying sense of community… throw that all in a blender with some camping and yard games and you get RPM Fest. The “Heaviest Party of the Summer” and the unofficial end to the summer in the New England metal scene. This was my 2nd year at RPM Fest so I knew what to expect, but at the same time, I didn’t know what to expect. As it is never a repeat of the year prior at this loud and dirty circus.Continue reading

Moon Tooth Shares New Video – “Musketeers”

Moon Tooth released their stellar new album CRUX back in March and it is definitely an album of the year contender type release! Impressive, considering they are still a bit of an underground band despite just touring with Animals As Leaders. The band just shared the video for their new single ‘Musketeers’, which has a theme of inclusion and unity for all in the scene. Check it out now! You can buy and stream their album and merch below as well. Continue reading