MØL release instrumental version of Diorama album along with guitar playthrough video8th November 2022
Danish blackgaze masters MØL return with an instrumental version of their stunning second studio album Diorama, which was released via Nuclear Blast in November 2021. Diorama (Instrumental) is available on all digital platforms and as a special vinyl edition to celebrate the anniversary of Diorama’s original release date. The band have also released a brand new guitar playthrough video for ‘Itinerary’.
Watch the guitar playthrough video for ‘Itinerary’ here: https://youtu.be/MFv4a-P0diI
Guitarist Nicolai Hansen comments: “We are very excited to present the instrumental version of Diorama to our fans. A lot of work and creativity goes into making our sound. That is why we feel that the music deserves a release of its own where it is possible to immerse yourself entirely in the soundscapes.”
Pre-order / stream Diorama (Instrumental) here: https://bfan.link/diorama-instrumental
Watch the band’s music videos of the latest studio album Diorama here:
‘Tvesind’ official music video:: https://youtu.be/diHh9lHJdmE
‘Vestige’ official music video: https://youtu.be/x2vjkHI2CJQ
‘Photophobic’ official music video: https://youtu.be/ooY2JtQ6NXc
‘Serf’ official music video: https://youtu.be/T2l2tvw2n7c
Undeniably one of the most exciting and unique groups to set the metal landscape alight in recent years, MØL mix elements of black metal with the contrasting sub-genre of shoegaze. Meandering dreamy soundscapes intertwine with hellspawn vocal rasps and lush melodies to create an exceptional collision of beauty and wretchedness.
Inspired by bands such as My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Drop Nineteens, Lantlôs and Alcest, MØL released their self-titled debut EP in 2014. A year later they perfected their sound with their second EP II, produced by Jacob Bredahl and released in 2015. Both EPs were well received and drove them on to do some emphatic live shows which were praised by press. In 2018, MØL made an international breakthrough signing with Holy Roar Records (UK) who released their debut album Jord to worldwide critical acclaim. The record was recorded at Grapehouse Studios and mixed and mastered by Chris Kreutzfeldt. The album was also released as an instrumental version and in 2019, the band re-released their two first EPs, remastered for CD and vinyl.
In November 2021 MØL returned with their second studio album, Diorama, the group’s first for Nuclear Blast Records. Recorded and mixed by Tue Madsen (Gojira, Meshuggah, Heaven Shall Burn), the album once again captivated critics worldwide.