Saturday, November 17, 2012

MOS GENERATOR Celebrate Release of Nomads LP with Limited Edition Package

“Lying down, headphones blasting in the dim light of a laptop, one word kept coming to mind, over and over: excellent. That’s Pacific Northwest metal legends Mos Generator’s new album Nomads, their first in five years.”  --  New York Music Daily

And, on Tuesday, October 23rd, Nomads became available to the masses world-wide!

After being built up for months now, Mos Generator’s Nomads is flying off the shelves and is becoming the type of album that defines moments in time; where listeners remember exactly where they were the moment the album spun for the first time; a fingerprint in time. The band also recently played a monumental show in Seattle opening for the godfather's of doom, St. Vitus, drawing accolades from folks such as John Perez, guitarist for the legendary and massively influential band Solitude Aeturnus who stated, “Mos Generator is the real deal when it comes to genuine heavy and hard rock in the States. They should be and deserve to be HUGE!”

To celebrate the world-wide release of the album, Mos Generator and Ripple Music have put together a special limited LP package that includes a signed 11 x 17 poster, exclusively available at the Ripple Music Store. Nomads is available through Nail Distribution in North America, Code 7 in the UK, and Clearspot International thoughtout Europe

Video for "Lonely One Kenobi": Here

Video for "Cosmic Ark": Here

Here's what the press has to say:

“Hooks for miles and grooves for longer than that, Nomads is a heavy rocker’s chorus-loaded paradise.”  --  The Obelisk

“With its bad-ass, balls-out, no-bullshit mix of classic, stoner, and cosmic rock, Nomads is unrelenting and packed with pure power, a bigger, bolder, modern day Never Say Die! and, really, how appropriate is that?”  --  Broken Beard

“Just might be the hard rock/metal album of the year!” --Rock Guitar Daily

“Mos Generator and Ripple Music have another winner on their hands. Nomads is a brilliant album”-- Sludgelord

Check out Nomads: Here

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