TOMB MOLD: Enraptured By Fate’s Tangled Thread North American Summer Tour With Horrendous Begins...

photos by Colin Medley

Ontario death metal unit TOMB MOLD launches their massive North American tour this Thursday.

Following festival performances at the Decibel Metal & Beer Fest, the inaugural Austin Deathfest, the inaugural Prepare The Ground Fest, and the annual Sled Island gathering, TOMB MOLD now begins their most extensive tour in the band’s history on the Enraptured By Fate’s Tangled Thread Tour. Joined by their allies in Horrendous, the three-week trek begins in TOMB MOLD’s hometown of Toronto this Thursday, July 4th, and ends in Brooklyn on July 27th. See all confirmed dates and ticket links below.

TOMB MOLD Enraptured By Fate’s Tangled Thread Tour w/ Horrendous:
7/04/2024 Lee’s Palace – Toronto, ON [tickets]
7/05/2024 Les Foufounes Electriques – Montreal, QC [tickets]
7/06/2024 Middle East / Downstairs – Cambridge, MA [tickets]
7/07/2024 Underground Arts – Philadelphia, PA [tickets]
7/08/2024 Cattivo (Downstairs) – Pittsburgh, PA [tickets]
7/09/2024 Ace Of Cups – Columbus, OH [tickets]
7/10/2024 Sanctuary – Detroit, MI [tickets]
7/11/2024 Black Circle – Indianapolis, IN [tickets]
7/12/2024 Reggies – Chicago, IL [tickets]
7/13/2024 Turf Club – St Paul, MN [tickets]
7/14/2024 The Record Bar – Kansas City, MO [tickets]
7/16/2024 The Lost Well – Austin, TX [tickets]
7/17/2024 Club Dada – Dallas, TX [tickets]
7/18/2024 Siberia – New Orleans, LA [tickets]
7/19/2024 Boggs Social & Supply – Atlanta, GA [tickets]
7/20/2024 Will’s Pub – Orlando, FL [tickets]
7/21/2024 Gramps – Miami, FL [tickets]
7/23/2024 New Radio Room – Greenville, SC [tickets]
7/24/2024 Chapel Of Bones – Raleigh, NC [tickets]
7/25/2024 The Canal Club – Richmond, VA [tickets]
7/26/2024 Metro Gallery – Baltimore, MD [tickets]
7/27/2024 The Brooklyn Monarch – Brooklyn, NY [tickets]

After releasing three albums in three years and then spending the next four years in the wilderness, TOMB MOLD has been reborn on their fourth album, The Enduring Spirit, a thoroughly unabashed step into vast new territories. Yet for all its frenetic daring and audacious exploration, The Enduring Spirit is never anything other than unmistakably TOMB MOLD. The album overwhelmed year-end lists as one of 2023’s most acclaimed albums with media and fans alike, including a cover feature for the esteemed Decibel Magazine. A band with boundless creative energy, as TOMB MOLD is, was certain to expand the scope of their vision, and on The Enduring Spirit they’ve shaped a record with a cinematic environment that offers unlimited avenues of exploration, both for themselves and the listener.

The Enduring Spirit was recorded at Boxcar Sound Recording by Sean Pearson (Tomb Mold, Dream Unending), and mixed and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Tomb Mold, Dream Unending, Kommand, Gravesend, Power Trip). The album’s artwork was handled by Jesse Jacobi who was also responsible for the Planetary Clairvoyance artwork, with additional artwork by Karmazid, layout and design by Chimère Noire, and photography by Colin Medley.

Stream TOMB MOLD’s The Enduring Spirit everywhere including YouTube HERE and Bandcamp HERE.

The Enduring Spirit is now available on CD, MC, and both LP and the label’s first picture disc LP ever – both vinyl versions including a four-panel insert and huge 36×24-inch poster – at the label webshop HERE and Bandcamp HERE.

“This album delivers on a promise made to themselves. Colorful, brighter, and all-around more technically and compositionally advanced than we ever dreamed possible, the astonishing return of the once-prolific purveyors of weird death metal lands like a gift from the gods of death metal.” – Decibel Magazine

“Like Cynic, TOMB MOLD are seekers, fascinated by metal’s transcendental potential as much as its flesh-and-blood physicality. On The Enduring Spirit, they frequently sound ecstatic, as though they’re a riff away from discovering the music of the spheres. Trollish black metal kids in Scandinavia used to take the piss out of death metal bands by calling their music “life metal.” For TOMB MOLD, that epithet would likely come as a compliment.” – Pitchfork

“The main business is killing, of course, and business is very good. It’s one of the reasons why TOMB MOLD are among the most respected names in the new school of old school. But by allowing their own ideas to run wild atop it all, they’re also comfortably one of its most creative. 4/5” – Kerrang!

“It is way out there—not here on Earth—where TOMB MOLD sounds most at home.” – Bandcamp Daily Album Of The Day

“The Enduring Spirit is a comet, delivered from somewhere deep within the cosmos and channeled through this unassuming band of musical iconoclasts. Artistic, intelligent (but not overly intellectualized), and executed with a skill and care many of us can only hope to comprehend, The Enduring Spirit is this year’s best metal album, and one of the best albums of 2023, period, full stop. 10/10” – Exclaim!

“…The Enduring Spirit is less concerned with death metal’s reality. On it, TOMB MOLD repackage their ferocity into the ethereal and experimental, meaning the album is as blissful as it is crushing.” – Consequence

“…TOMB MOLD actually do deserve the hype. And, more importantly, they keep on proving it – pushing their own boundaries and challenging themselves to grow and evolve with each new release, no matter how long, or what form, it may take.” – No Clean Singing

“The Enduring Spirit feels like a cataclysmic event, and while first impressions (or sixth or seventh impressions, depending on how many times you’ve listened so far) can feel so important, there’s a veritable onslaught to take in, rewarding a deeper connection, guttural disgust, cosmic evaporation, and all that lies between.” – Post-Trash

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