Black Moth Tour Dates w/t L7

Following their storming performance at Desertfest 2018 plus a one-off appearance with stoner rock legends Sleep, Black Moth return to touring action with a vengeance!

The Leeds / London outfit, a dark and heady swirl of garage rock, mind-blowin’ psychedelia and amplified over-drive, have announced shows with ground-breaking US riot rockers L7 – a run of dates in June hitting both the UK and Europe.

Black Moth previously guested with L7 at a London outing back in 2015, and L7’s Donita Sparks recently commented about ‘Anatomical Venus’: “Black Moth is heavy with tunefulness. That is really rare these days. ‘Anatomical Venus’ is the bonus pack, you get both!”

The full list of shows is as follows:-


12 – Electric Ballroom, London (with L7)

13 – La Cigale, Paris, FR (with L7)

15 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, NL (with L7)

16 – Gebaude 9, Cologne, DE (with L7)

17 – So36, Berlin, DE (with L7)

19 – Grunspan, Hamburg, DE (with L7)

Hailed by Mojo Magazine as ‘Black Moth’s best album yet’, ‘Anatomical Venus’ (out now via Candlelight Records) sees the five musicians – vocalist Harriet Hyde, guitarists Jim Swainston & Federica Gialanze’, bassist Dave Vachon and drummer Dom McCready –  further honing the various elements of their sound to make the hooks more barbed and the focus more collective.

A new single from the album, ‘Pig Man’, is currently being lined up for release, spotlighting the love that dare not squeal its name. A video has been shot to accompany the track.

Recent singles from ‘Anatomical Venus’:

Moonbow –

Sisters Of The Stone –

‘Best album yet’ – Mojo

‘Utterly unstoppable stuff’ – Kerrang!

‘If you’re searching for a soundtrack to these dog-end winter months, look no further’ – Planet Rock Magazine

‘Anatomical Venus is a driving, pulsating, furious, invigorating trip and if Hyde is thinking of starting a coven, she can start recruiting right here’’ – The Quietus

‘Riffing hardcore rock gothery’ – Rhythm Magazine

‘Exude all the hallmarks of a classic band’ – Metal Hammer

‘West Yorkshire’s earthly conduits for diabolical decadence make great strides on this confident third album’ – Classic Rock

‘Leeds is rapidly becoming the UK’s capital of alt-heavy, and Black Moth are one of the city’s shining lights’ – Total Guitar

‘Among metal’s sedimentary layers of sub-genres they lie closest to stoner metal, in which grinding riffs and subterranean grooves are leavened by slacker irony’ – Financial Times

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