Mourn The Light release music video for new single “Lost All Control”

Mourn The Light Death is Lurking split album cover
U.S. Doom outfit Mourn The Light have released an official video for “Lost All Control”, a track from forthcoming split album with Oxblood Forge.

Mourn The Light with hit the road with Boston’s Firstbourne for a string of U.S. and Canadian shows in October. Dates are as follows.

North American Live Dates 2019:
Oct 2 Allston, MA @ Obrien’s Pub
Oct 3 Ottawa, ON @ Cafe Dekcuf
Oct 4 Montreal, QC @ Piranha Bar
Oct 5 Toronto, ON @ Duffy’s Tavern
Oct 6 Saratoga Springs, NY @ Putnam Place

Mourn The Light will play its CD Release show on September 13 at Altone’s Music Hall in Jewett City, CT. The band will play Altone's again on October 19 for Haunts for the Homeless, along with Shadow Witch.

Mourn The Light will release a self-titled split album with Massachusetts Trad-Metal/Doom crew Oxblood Forge on September 13th, 2019, on CD and digital formats. The split album comes in two versions, each with a different cover. The Mourn The Light version also includes a bonus digital download of Candlemass cover “Bewitched”, featuring a guest solo by Joey Concepcion (The Absence, Sanctuary), available as a bonus download for the MTL version of the split. A special treat is the album’s inclusion of the piano version of 2018 single “Carry The Flame”, featuring Sean OrcAdams (Orcumentary, Virus Of Ideals).

Pre-order the split album here.

There’s no arguing that Connecticut doom outfit Mourn The Light has hit the ground running since its inception in early 2018. Focusing on catchy sing-a-long hooks to deliver tales of hopelessness and despair, Mourn The Light released their debut EP “Weight of the World” that year, followed by the CD single “Carry The Flame”. Both were incredibly well-received by the underground metal community, but the Mourn The Light boys were not ones to rest on their riff-hurling asses. The band embarked on a U.S. tour throughout March of 2018, taking them on a 4,500 mile trek with stops including SWSX Stoner Jam 19 and New England Stoner and Doom Fest 2.

Clearly, Mourn The Light shows no signs of stopping their hostile audio takeover. With a distinctive sound and indomitable work ethic, this band will continue to deliver a unique mark upon the metal landscape for years to come.

Andrew Stachelek - Vocals
Dwayne Eldredge - Guitars and vocals
Kyle Hebner - Drums
Daniel Jackson - Bass