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About The Atlas Moth

Fusing blues, doom, and psychedelic rock, the Atlas Moth look to their hometown of Chicago, Illinois for inspiration in their post-metal experiments. With layers of rumbling guitars and synthesizers, the band takes a more textural approach to metal, creating a maelstrom of heavy riffs and swirling atmospherics that evokes Isis and Pink Floyd in equal measure. The band made its full-length debut on Candlelight in 2009 with A Glorified Piece of Blue Sky, following up in 2011 with An Ache for the Distance, which was released on Profound Lore. A split with Minnesota-based blackened sludge metal outfit Wolvhammer dropped in 2013, followed by the band's third studio long-player, The Old Believer, in 2014. The typically enigmatic Coma Noir arrived in 2018. ~ Gregory Heaney

  • ORIGIN
    Gotham, Illinois
  • GENRE
    Metal
  • FORMED
    2007

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