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Sacred Mother Tongue / Press

“BRAND NEW EP RELEASE ‘A LIGHT SHINES...’ OUT SEPTEMBER 3RD Tracklisting for ‘A Light Shines...’ 1. Evolve / Become 2. Seven 3. A Final Idea (acoustic) 4. City Is Crying (live from China) * FREE LONDON GIG* JULY 5TH AT THE INTREPID FOX EMI Label Services are proud to announce the release of Sacred Mother Tongue’s brand new EP, the monumental ‘A Light Shines...’. This is their debut release on EMI Label Services and precedes their second album, ‘Out Of The Darkness’, which will be released early next year. ”

“Press Release; EMI Label Services has announced a deal with British metal act SACRED MOTHER TONGUE to release their forthcoming second album. Due to be unveiled later this year in a series of releases, SACRED MOTHER TONGUE's sophomore effort, produced by Scott Atkins, is a quantum leap forward, showcasing a band coming of age in spectacular style.”

“Sacred Mother Tongue are about ten times more metal than Sylosis and about a gazillion times more metal than Bullet For My Valentine. They are metal. Very, very metal. Having already won shredder of the day, displaying precision and songwriting with great skill, SMT close brilliantly. The bass player leaps off the stage, runs through the crowd, up to the second storey of the Jager Ice Bar before coming to mosh in the crowd and never misses a beat. You need this band in your life. ”

“Sacred Mother Tongue (8) are another up-and-coming British band who have been tipped for bigger things, and with this set it’s easy to see why. The Northampton quartet might only have one long player under their belt, but you would never guess from the self-assured swagger with which they strut about and play their songs. Bassist Josh Gurner might look about 12, but he can rock with the best of them and produces a dexterous display of bad-ass bass-play.”

“Sacred Mother Tongue have been rapidly growing their fan base over the last twelve months, and despite their stage time clashing with Skindred, they had a very healthy crowd indeed. The 30-minute set on the Jagermeister stage was immaculately played, treating the crowd to favourites such as ‘The End’, ‘Numb’, ‘The Suffering’ and ‘Two Thousand Eight Hundred’, as well as a brand new track! Highlight of the set has to be the ‘Josh-Pit’ – bass player Josh Gurner, deciding the stage wasn’t big enough for him, headed into the pit with the fans via a quick detour to the top of the Jagermeister viewing platform!”

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