Denmark’s Blackgaze masters MØL have recently unleashed DIORAMA, Described as “a blackgaze masterpiece” by Metal Hammer UK and Blabbermouth predicting “an extremely bright future”, the band’s sophomore album has been lauded worldwide.
The Everblack Podcast sat down with MØL frontman Kim Song Sternkopf for an in depth talk about their new album ‘Diorama’ and it’s very personal lyrical subjects as well as the influence the horror movie Hereditary had on it, experimentation with melodic vocals, touring, his love of the band Cult Leader and more!
Watch/Listen to the interview here:
The band comments:
“We are relieved to finally send our second album out into the aether for each and everyone to experience, feel and hopefully make their own.
We are thankful for the collaboration with Tue Madsen who really helped bring out the essential MØL-sound out into the production. A huge appreciation to our excellent vocal features by our manager Mirza Radonjica (SIAMESE) on ‘Photophobic’, and Katherine Shepard (Sylvaine) on the concluding title track ‘Diorama’. And also thanks to our friend and visual wizard Jon Gotlev / noheroes.dk for once again accompanying our sound with a strong visual identity. All your contributions have helped us to fully realize this work as it was intended. MØL are what we are today, because of the sum of our parts.
We hope you allow music to take up a bit of time and space, reserved for itself in your lives. It might just end up bringing you a healthy form of emotional escapism, introspection and reflection during a time of great change. Hope to see you live and alive somewhere very soon.
Grab your copy for DIORAMA here: https://møl.bfan.link/diorama
Order Local Physical HERE
For those who can’t make it, you can catch MØL in February next year on their European tour, and here’s a foretaste of what’s to come – watch the band’s live performance of ‘Vestige‘ here (video by Tobias Scavenius):