Black Moth share artwork, singles from Condemned To Hope

Britain’s young new heavy rock heroes Black Moth recently revealed their forthcoming album’s artwork by legendary 70s artist Roger Dean, whose iconic fantasy inspired paintings for Yes, Budgie, Uriah Heep and many more had nearly come to define the era’s sleeve art. For Black Moth’s forthcoming new album Condemned To Hope, Dean drew upon vocalist Harriet Bevan’s dark lyrics for inspiration on the gatefold sleeve’s apocalyptic, bleak landscape. Read more about Dean’s process in a discussion with Classic Rock magazine HERE.
Black Moth’s haunting, heaving first single from Condemned To Hope, “Room 13” gets a fittingly dark treatment in the video clip shot in recently unlocked servants quarters of a 200 year old haunted mansion. Watch/share the video via Metal Hammer HERE. Direct YouTube HERE.
Condemned To Hope was produced by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Grinderman drummer Jim Sclavunos, who also helmed the band’s 2013 debut, The Killing Jar. Please see complete track listing below. “Room 13” is available as a digital single now, and a special low-price pre-order of the entire album via iTunes.
The Leeds, UK quintet’s 2013 debut The Killing Jar premiered previously via of LIsten to “The Articulate Dead” HERE. (Direct Soundcloud link HERE.)
Condemned To Hope will be available in North America on CD, download and limited edition gatefold vinyl on September 1h via New Heavy Sounds.
Catch them live here:
08/01  Derby, UK @ Y Not Festival