LA psych doom trio MOAB has revealed another new song today from their forthcoming, 3rd full-length album, Trough, that’s due out on October 19th with Falling Dome Records. Partnering with RevolverMag.com, the band has released a stream for the epic doom jam “All Automatons.”
“All Automatons is a song we’ve been playing live for years but had never recorded until now. It’s one of our favorites to perform, usually gets the audience going. Getting that live feel on the album was the goal and I think we achieved it. We’re stoked with the way it turned out.” – Andrew Giacumakis
Digital – https://moabband.bandcamp.com/releases
Vinyl – https://moabband.bigcartel.com
The band’s new single, follows their previously released tracks “Into The Sea Swine” and “Skeptics Lament.”
Trough is a record steeped in loss with the passing of drummer Erik Herzog mid-way through its production. A gifted musician and founding member of the band, his untimely passing had the band considering retirement. But with encouragement from family and friends to finish the album and let Erik’s final work be heard, the band refocused and committed to the album’s completion. Remaining band members Andrew Giacumakis and Joe Fuentes, joined by Brad Davis (Fu Manchu) filling the void on drums, are set to play select shows in support of the album’s release.