News Records New EP from Dust Moth in March

New EP from Dust Moth in March

Posted Feb. 15, 2014, 9:58 a.m. in Records by Loren

On March 25, The Mylene Sheath will release Dragon Mouth, the debut from Dust Moth--featuring Mark Holcomb, Jason Craig, Irene Barbaric, Ryan Frederiksen, Andy King, and Matt Bayles, members who have played with such groups as These Arms Are Snakes, Minus The Bear, Undertow, Aeges.


The project, described as "closer to Minus the Bear" than the other "ex" bands, previously released a split 7" with Aeges in October.

Dragon Mouth Track List:*
1. Pounding
2. Cusp
3. Selector
4. Casual Friends
5. Months
6. Redbone

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