Sweden’s MOLOKEN have teamed up with No Clean Singing to stream the entirety of Unveilance of Dark Matter. The album is set to be released tomorrow via The Sign Records.

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MOLOKEN have released their track “Hollow Caress” via The Sludgelord. The song is taken from their upcoming album  Unveilance of Dark Matter. The album will be released on 31 January via The Sign Records.

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Swedish band MOLOKEN have released their animated video for “Unbearable” via Metal Injection. The song is from “Unveilance of Dark Matter”.  The album will be released on January 31 via The Sign Records.

The band commented: 

“To see someone fall deep and struggle without getting a grip on life right in front of you. That is unbearable, but this was not my battle. To fall and surrender is the only way to rise as a human. This video embodies the song perfectly, the close distance, the frustration, helplessness and process of emotions that erupts in the end with climax. Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.”

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The year of the skulls
The year of rapture
The year of changes
The year of sacrifice…

Since the dawn of time music has been a part of human history and itís the only language that has transcended every age. Of the few fortunate that channel one of humanities oldest forms of expression is the aging colossus Moloken. Born in the bitter cold of Ume in 2007 the band has walked their own path disregarding musical conventions and genres. To change, morph and evolve restlessly is in the very fabric of Moloken and the titan above us is still on a journey into the unknown. Music is their religion and it unleashes feelings that are only understood by the heart of those who listen.

Throughout the last 12 years the band has been fusing together influences from Death/Doom/Black Metal along with 70’s progressive rock and Hardcore. The result is a unique blend of dark, moody and menacing music that manages to be both cerebral and crushingly heavy. The goal of the band has always been to create something of their own while acknowledging that they are standing on the shoulders of giants: Burn what we worshipped and worship what we burnedî.

Jakob Burstedt – Drums,
Kristoffer Bäckström – Guitar & Vocals,
Nicklas Bäckström – Bass & Vocals,
Patrik Ylmefors – Guitar & Vocals,

Moloken – Unbreakable

Moloken – Beginning Of The End

Moloken – Seventh Circle

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Band/Artist location – Umeå Sweden
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