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Mama Doom released a music video for the new single »Blood Moon« taken their sophomore album »Ash Bone Skin N Stone«

New York’s rising occult rockers Mama Doom have released a music video for the new single »Blood Moon« taken their sophomore full-length album, »Ash Bone Skin N Stone«, out on July 23rd, 2021 via Majestic Mountain Records.

The band comments on video: “»Blood Moon« was a blast to film because we were deep in the woods at a family member’s property. It was like having a big party with friends and family while shooting a music video. Dave from Gratuitous Productions outdid himself once again with props galore and our new drummer Anne was behind the camera capturing some truly amazing shots. With the help of Joey Diabolic, the whole thing came together wonderfully. The song/video is a gathering of like-minded individuals calling out the hypocrisy of religion. Fun, fire, freedom, and Satan.”

Courtesy of Sheltered Life PR:

Formed in Newburgh, NY in 2016, last year the trio become the first US band signed to the Swedish label Majestic Mountain Records, joining the ever-growing ranks of impressive acts like Grand Cadaver, Saint Karloff, and Electric Hydra.

With the release of their exceptional 2018 debut, »From Blue To Bone«, Mama Doom traded their guitars in for keyboards and ethereal vocals, and in doing so drove deep grooves into dominions below. Forming a perfect union with crushing bass and drums, their sound might be at once familiar to fans of doom rock, but at the same time it offers a strangely unfamiliar and unique tone, given its impressive component parts.

Traversing a spectrum that spans traditional blues, doom, and ego-death metal, and fronted by the supremely gifted High Priestess, D. Lolli, make no mistake that Mama Doom are a serious force to be reckoned with.

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Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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