Video – Jord by MØL

Danish Blackgaze powerhouse MØL have premiered their new video for the title track of their album Jord via Kerrang! Magazine. Check it out below –

You can also watch the full video on YouTube here. You can read our review of Jord at this link.

Following a busy year with their debut album release (Jord), summer touring and festival appearances, the band now see out the rest of 2018 by hitting the road as support for atmospheric black metallers Ghost Bath on their forthcoming Luminescence · Europa · MMXVIII European Tour. Tickets are on sale now.

Dates are as follows:

01.11.18 Belgium Brugge – Villa Bota [Tickets]
02.11.18 UK Birmingham – The Flapper [Tickets]
03.11.18 UK Leeds – Damnation Fest [Tickets]
04.11.18 UK Bournemouth – The Anvil  [Tickets]
05.11.18 UK Manchester – Satans Hallow  [Tickets]
06.11.18 UK Glasgow – Audio  [Tickets]
07.11.18 UK London – Boston Music Room [Tickets]
08.11.18 Netherlands Arnhem – Willemeen  [Tickets]
09.11.18 Germany Cologne – MTC  [Tickets]
10.11.18 Germany Hamburg – Hafenklang  [Tickets]
13.11.18 Germany Hannover – Mephisto   [Tickets]
14.11.18 Germany Berlin – Cassiopeia    [Tickets]
15.11.18 Germany Jena – Rosenkeller  [Tickets]
16.11.18 Germany Leipzig – Naumanns  [Tickets]
17.11.18 Austria Vienna – Escape   [Tickets]
18.11.18 Austria Graz – Explosiv  [Tickets]
19.11.18 Germany Munich – Backstage  [Tickets]
20.11.18 Germany Trier – Exhaus   [Tickets]
1.11.18 Germany Wiesbaden – Schlachthof  [Tickets]

Debut album Jord was released on the 13th of April to worldwide critical acclaim by Holy Roar Records in the UK/EU. Grab your copy here.  It was released by Deathwish Inc in the USA so grab a copy from here.

Find out more at these links – Facebook || Instagram || Bandcamp || Spotify || Holy Roar Records


  • Brendan Fisher

    Owner/Editor/Writer/YouTuber - Heavy Metal and reading, two things I have always loved so they are the two areas you will find most of my reviews. Post apocalyptic is my jam and I always have a book on the go and have for decades now. From a metal perspective, age has softened my inadequacies and I now operate with an open mind, loving many bands from many sub genres but having a particular admiration for the UK underground scene. In my other time, when not focused on Dad duties and work, I try to support the craft beer movement by drinking as much of it as I can and you will also find me out on the streets, walking. I love walking, I love exploring new places and snapping nature photos as I go.