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The Atlas Moth Streaming Hooray For Earth Cover Song "Black Trees"

The Atlas Moth released the skull-jarring opus "An Ache For The Distance" (reviewed here) last year via Profound Lore Records.

Known for pushing the boundaries of metal and experimenting with outside influences, the Chicago band recently covered "Black Trees" by experimental/synth rock band Hooray For Earth. The track has now premiered online through Pitchfork.com and can be heard at this location.

The Atlas Moth is also preparing to descend upon Austin, TX for South by Southwest next week. No strangers to SXSW, the band has several shows planned that will see the group share the stage with Nachtmystium, Andrew W.K., All Pigs Must Die, Rwake and more. Surrounding SXSW, The Atlas Moth will join forces with Nachtmystium and Bruce Lamont for a short run of shows. Dates are listed below.

All shows with Nachtmystium & Bruce Lamont except *
3/11 - St. Louis, MO - Fubar
3/12 - Little Rock, AR - Downtown Music (featuring Rwake & Zoroaster)
3/14 - Austin, TX - ND Studios (SXSW Pitchfork Show No Mercy Showcase)*
3/15 - Austin, TX - Club 1808 (SXSW)*
3/16 - Austin, TX - Longbranch Inn (SXSW CVLT Nation Showcase)
3/17 - Austin, TX - Lovejoys (SXSW BrooklynVegan Showcase)
3/19 - Dallas, TX - Queens Music Hall (featuring Alcest, Hull & Mutilation Rites)
3/20 - Oklahoma City, OK - TBA
3/21 - Columbia, MO - Cafe Berlin

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