Posted in metal | music on June 24, 2013

Mouth of the Architect

Post-metal favorites Mouth of the Architect are back with a new LP, Dawning, out tomorrow (6/25) via Translation Loss Records. Stream the record in its entirety below and make sure to head to InvisibleOranges to check out an interview with the band.

If you missed them, MotA are currently on a jaunt supporting Intronaut, which recently hit Saint Vitus during Northside. All remianing dates are listed, along with the LP stream, below.


6/24 Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn*
6/25 Orlando, FL @ The Social*
6/26 Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum*
6/28 Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald's*
6/29 Austin, TX @ Red 7*
6/30 Dallas, TX @ Club Dada*
7/1 Lubbock, TX @ Jake's^
7/2 Santa Fe, NM @ Warehouse 21^
7/3 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater^
7/5 San Francisco, CA @ Slim's^
7/6 Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy^
* w/ Mouth of the Architect
^ w/ Castle



Comments (4)

Ass of the Architect

Posted by Anonymous | June 25, 2013 2:34 AM

One day out of.every week i spend looking for new bands from different genres(metal,hardcore, black metal,under ground rap etc..) and when i find a band like this it makes me extremely happy and fills my body and mind with inspiration for my life and my.own music projects. Music is truly the only.form of freedom in this world.

Posted by Cameron | September 26, 2013 2:14 PM

Seen them live twice so far. Amazing both times. Unfortunately, did not play this song either time.

Posted by Dylan | May 30, 2014 5:03 AM

I do enjoy enjoy instrumental tracks though. I, personally, just prefer them as part of a record, rather than as the whole. I mean, look at Quietly! I love "Medecine" cus of the wistful yet childish emotion I feel from that song. Since most of the vocals are rough and indiscernible, they merely compliment the instrumentation with a raw texture. However, upon further and focused inspection, the vocals become profound words. Therefore, the instrumentation becomes a large part, but not the whole.

Posted by Ferenc | October 5, 2014 5:30 PM

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