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New masked hard rock act THE NEW DEATH CULT have released their fourth single 'Moon', out now via Indie Recordings. The track is taken from the band's self-titled debut album The New Death Cult, which is due for release through the label on 6th September 2019.

Premiered via Dead Press, check out 'Moon' here:


A new force in rock, the masked group present themselves as otherworldly, a group arriving with fresh music and important messages for humanity. The four members ALPHA (vocals, guitar), BETA (lead guitar), GAMMA (bass), and DELTA (drums) combine with music centred around true love, peaceful activism, and an anti-war and anti-destruction ethos.

Bandleader ALPHA comments on the new single:

"'Moon' is about the power to speak up and let your voice be heard, even if you feel small. It's about the freedom to be yourself and let nobody tell you who or how to be.

The moon may seem small and insignificant compared to the Earth, but without its magnetic pull, the tides would seize and it's axis would be tilted to haywire. It's essential and overlooking the revolving Earth.

'Moon' is also about the failed war on drugs, and the way it's waged on human consciousness, having people imprisoned and impoverished over what would be considered relatively harmless recreational drug use, while the distribution of hard drugs like heroin flourish behind the scenes.

The dinosaurs are fading away. Younger generations are taking over. It's time to re-think. Time to speak up. Time to revolt. Time to howl at the 'Moon'."

A crossover between the likes of Queens of the Stone Age, Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro, and Pink Floyd, the group drive heavy rock in a new direction whilst giving a nod toward the greatest 90s rock acts. Desert rock collides with a tinge of psychedelia and cosmic grandeur, creating a scintillating new sound.

'Moon' follows THE NEW DEATH CULT's previous singles 'Light Spills Over', 'Zeitgeist' and 'True Eyes', which collectively have garnered over 200,000 streams currently, official Spotify and Deezer playlist support, and support from Dan P Carter's BBC Radio 1 Rock Show.

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