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Danish heavy-hitters MØL have unleashed their latest single Bruma; their first under the Nuclear Blast banner.
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“I am absolutely delighted to welcome MØL to the Nuclear Blast family!” says Nathan Barley Phillips, the label’s European A&R.” On a trip to Denmark a couple of years back, I was lucky enough to see the band play live and was instantly taken aback by a band that manages to combine some of the blackest vocals and heaviest riffs with visceral moments of pure melodic beauty. I am over the moon that they have chosen Nuclear Blast as their new home, entrusting us with their previous records and laying plans for new music in the very near future.”
MØL released their self-titled debut EP back in 2014, taking influence from the likes of My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Drop Nineteens, Lantlôs and Alcest. In the following year, they released their second EP II, produced by Jacob Bredahl. Their debut album Jord dropped in 2018 through Holy Roar Records (UK). It was recorded at Grapehouse Studios and mixed and mastered by Chris Kreutzfeldt.
MØL plan to drop their second studio album this year. “We are excited and humbled to be working with Nuclear Blast, after a year of writing the follow up to Jord”, they said. “We feel that we are in very safe and competent hands, and we can’t wait to show our new songs to the world.”
Bruma is available to stream now, catch all the details right here.