The Sacramento, California-based act Bestial Mouths release their new album “R.O.T.T. (inmyskin)” today via Negative Gain Productions. The whole was produced by Juno Award Winning producer Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly, Delerium) and is the band’s sixth studio album following the 2020 release of “Resurrectedinblack”.
While Bestial Mouths has seen a few line-up changes in their nearly decade long existence, Lynette Cerezo has remained consistently at the helm of the project. The “Inshroudss” EP from 2019 was the first Bestial Mouths release to be entirely written and conceived by Cerezo.
The band is today also sharing a new video for the title track “R.O.T.T.” (Road Of Thousand Tears). Of the video Cerezo says: “Singing in both English and en español, I took inspiration for ‘Road Of Thousand Tears’ from my ancestry and the suffering path of the Trail of Tears. The creation of the song that would become the album’s title went a surrealist route, because life is surreal. Is it even real? This is my journey, all of the steps I’ve taken with Bestial Mouths. It is a path that has taken me down a Carrollian rabbit hole, past lives recycled through a meat grinder. Connections are broken, strands of reality disconnected from their whole. Elements of the past bleeding into the Now, stripped of context to create only raw wounds in existence—like half-remembered fragments of melody, once pulsing with life and now devoid of meaning.”
- Aug. 26th – New Orleans, LA – NGP Presents Destination – House of Blues
- Sep. 2nd – New York, NY – A Murder of Crows Festival – Bowery Ballroom
- Oct. 26th – Chicago, IL – Sanctum Fest – Thalia Hall
- Oct. 27th – Detroit, MI – TBA
- Oct. 28th – Philadelphia, PA – Dracula’s Ball – Underground Arts
- Oct. 29th – Washington, DC – The Runaway
- Nov. 2nd – Montreal, QC – Casa Del Popolo
- Nov. 3rd – Toronto, ON – The Garrison
- Nov. 10th Los Angeles, CA – Substance – The Globe Theater
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