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Queen Of The Night

by Vandal Moon

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SamCam1138 I've been listening to this album over and over for the last week, I love it! This sounds like it's straight out of the '80s. It would fit right in on a playlist with The Cure and Depeche Mode. Its hard to pick a favorite track but I would have to go with "Chemical Love". I look forward to listening to more albums like this by Vandal Moon. Favorite track: Chemical Love.
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MzFantasia My.mind.blown! I love this album, it’s amazing. Such a great discovery. Favorite track: Sweet Disaster.
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Venus In Furs I'm a fan of tasteful dark post punk--not "goth" or "gothic rock"--and this album by Vandel Moon delivers. The album cover and some of the band aesthetics cross the line into cheesy goth, and at times the music too, but the stellar tracks like "Sunlight", "War", "Diamonds and Pearls" and other great tracks carry the day here and dovetail with meaning that's relevant for the dark times humanity is living through--and will probably amount to humanity's total downfall... Favorite track: Sunlight.
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about

“This is a concept album about being young in a world that’s falling apart. We wrote and recorded all these songs over the past two years, while everyone was going absolutely mental. I have no doubt we all felt insane at times, and it made me wonder how fucked the kids must feel. I mean, imagine coming of age now, in high school or your early 20s, facing so much adversity. The sheer volume of information they are force fed, juggling some bizarre social media version of themselves, all while trying to do the right thing in the world with regard to gender, race, climate and everything else. What does the future hold for them? How do they respond and still protect their sanity?", asks Blake Voss, lead singer of Vandal Moon.

"We titled the new album ‘Queen Of The Night’ after a fictional character we created - a young woman living in our dystopian present-day. Each song on the record is about, to, or from the perspective of our ‘Queen Of The Night’ character. Her image is portrayed on the album cover, but she could be anyone or anything. She might listen to grunge, goth, trap, emo… she might be the prom queen, or completely, utterly alone; that’s up to the listener. We chose this album art because to us the image evokes a blank canvas upon which we might paint our hopes, our fears, our dreams, and everything in-between; be it love, loss or world war III. I’m singing for the youth of our world. Hopefully to empower them.", says Blake.

"Musically this album explores a broader landscape than our last record. It’s a true album art piece in that regard. It was important we experimented with new sounds and styles. We hope it’s empowering to those who might need it. You know who you are.”

credits

released August 19, 2022

All songs written, recorded and produced by Blake Voss.
© Vandal Moon 2022

‘Chemical Love’ written by Blake Voss & Jeremy Einsiedler

Bass Guitar on ‘Chemical Love’ by Kate Hummel
Additional Synthesizers on ‘Young. Deadly. Beautiful.’ & ‘Queen Of The Night’ by Shawn Ward (FM Attack).

Album Art by Neil Scrivin

Album Photography by Flor D’Angelo

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Vandal Moon Santa Cruz, California

Vandal Moon is inspired by the darker acts of the post-punk & darkwave scene of the early 80's.

Propagating our sound through the use of synthesizers, guitars, chant, tambourines, drum machines, vodka and psychedelics... we urge you to listen closely and open your hearts.
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