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Black Moth - The Killing Jar mp3 download

Performer: Black Moth
Title: The Killing Jar
Style: Heavy Metal
Location: New Heavy Sounds Records
Duration: 38:26
Size MP3 version: 1148 mb
Size FLAC version: 1396 mb
Size WMA version: 1798 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 166
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Genre: Pop Rock

Black Moth - The Killing Jar mp3 download


Artist: Black Moth Album: The Killing Jar Release year: 2012 Country: UK Genre/Style: Stoner Rock, Stoner Metal.

Black Moth reminds me of my misspent youth he said. And judging by the all out assault that he’s crafted with the Moth, he must have been a very bad boy indeed. The Killing Jar is their debut from New Heavy Sounds and it rocks like a bastard.

Listen to The Killing Jar by Black Moth on Deezer. The Killing Jar. Black Moth 07-05-2012. Total duration:38 min.

The Killing Jar. Black Moth.

Band Name Black Moth. Album Name The Killing Jar. Type Album. Released date 07 May 2012. Labels New Heavy Sounds Records. Music StyleStoner Doom. Members owning this album3. 1. The Articulate Dead. The Killing Jar Tracklist. The Articulate Dead Lyrics. 2. Blackbirds Fall Lyrics. 3. Banished but Blameless Lyrics.

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The Killing Jar, 2012. Blackbirds Fall, 04:03. Banished but Blameless, 05:15. Spit Out Your Teeth, 03:39. The Plague of Our Age, 03:26.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Articulate Dead Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 2:54
2 Blackbirds Fall Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 4:03
3 Banished But Blameless Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 5:15
4 Spit Out Your Teeth Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 3:39
5 Plague of Our Age Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 3:26
6 Chicken Shit Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 2:51
7 Blind Faith Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 3:46
8 Plastic Blaze Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 4:09
9 Land of the Sky Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 3:08
10 Honey Lung Harriet Bevan / Dominic McCready / James Sclavunos / Jim Swainston / Dave Vachon Black Moth 5:15

Credits

Harriet Bevan - Composer, Group Member, Vocals
Black Moth - Primary Artist
Kirsty Garland - Photography
Keith Haynes - Design
Dominic McCready - Composer, Drums, Group Member
Manu Millot - Illustrations
Jeff Mortimer - Mastering
Dave Sanderson - Engineer, Mixing
James Sclavunos - Composer, Mixing, Producer
Jim Swainston - Composer, Group Member, Guitar
Dave Vachon - Bass, Composer, Group Member
Vania Zouravliov - Cover Illustration
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Heavy. That’s the way to describe English five-piece Black Moth (not to be confused with enigmatic Black Moth Super Rainbow). On their debut, The Killing Jar, (released in the UK by hard rock label New Heavy Sounds) Black Moth melds pummeling metal (femme fatale opener “The Articulate Dead”), sludgy Black Sabbath-ish rock (contorted basher “Plastic Blaze”) and riot grrrl-styled punk-metal (mosh pit-ready “Chicken Shit”). Throughout, vocalist Harriet Bevan sounds like a mix of L7’s Donita Sparks and the Gits’ Mia Zapata: snarling one moment, ferociously and darkly charismatic the next. The music has a dirty, distorted approach similar to bands like Grinderman (no surprise Grinderman drummer Jim Sclavunos is the listed producer). There’s very little let-up as hefty riff follows crushing riff from twinned guitars and snarling drums and bass, and that’s a good thing. Listeners who appreciate the dirtier side of grunge, stoner rock and proto-metal will certainly get a ferocious rise out of this degenerate and ballistic ten-track salvo.