Moloken Streams Full New Album “All Is Left To See”

“All Is Left To See” – the third long player from Swedish progressive sludge bringers Moloken – is now streaming online in its entirety.

A monolithic wall of dread and despair shrouded in sulfuric atmospheres and an overwhelming sentiment of desolation, Moloken’s “All Is Left To See” centers itself around a lyrical concept called mörkrets kärna (Swedish for “darkness core”), and serves as a veritable soundtrack to falling into a pit of misery.

“All Is Left To See” is Moloken”s first studio offering in four years, recorded mostly live by Pelle Henriksson at Tonteknik Recording (Refused, Breach, Cult of Luna, Meshuggah, Entombed) and featuring the cover renderings of Costin Chioreanu (Bloodbath, Paradise Lost, My Dying Bride, Ulver etc). The album will officially drop in Europe on October 23, with North America getting the album on November 13, 2015.

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Moloken Streaming New Album’s Opening Track “Subliminal Hymns”

“All Is Left To See” is the third long player from Swedish progressive sludge metal unit Moloken, due out on CD and digitally in Europe on October 23, 2015 followed by a North American release on November 13, 2015.

Centered around a lyrical concept called mörkrets kärna (Swedish for “darkness core”), the record serves as a soundtrack to falling into a pit of misery, depression and paranoia, dragging down loved ones and trying desperately to make sense of it all. Check out the new track “Subliminal Hymns” below. The full track listing is:

1. Subliminal Hymns
2. All Is Left To See
3. I Can’t Hear You
4. Burst
5. Seventh Circle
6. Wreckage
7. I Dig Deeper
8. Beginning Of The End

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Moloken Reveals New Album “All Is Left To See”

Swedish progressive sludge/post metal collective Moloken will undrape a third full-length this fall via Temple Of Torturous.

Titled “All Is Left To See,” the band’s first studio offering in four years was recorded mostly live by Pelle Henriksson at Tonteknik Recording (Refused, Breach, Cult Of Luna, Meshuggah, Entombed) and boasts thirty corrosive minutes of some of the band’s most eclectic compositions to date.

Expanding upon the harsh, dejected air of the 2009 debut, “Our Astral Circle,” the eight-track “All Is Left To See” is a monolithic wall of torment and despair shrouded in sulfuric atmospheres and an overwhelming sentiment of desolation.

Centered around a lyrical concept called mörkrets kärna (Swedish for “darkness core”), the record serves as a soundtrack to falling into a pit of misery, depression and paranoia, dragging down loved ones and trying desperately to make sense of it all. Could this be the end? All is left to see…

1. Subliminal Hymns
2. All Is Left To See
3. I Can’t Hear You
4. Burst
5. Seventh Circle
6. Wreckage
7. I Dig Deeper
8. Beginning Of The End

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