Vocalist Yishai Sweartz comments on the new single:
“Words will not be enough to express how grateful I was to record such a personal song as “Misery Rain” with dear people as Fernando and Mikko, growing up in the early 90’s underground scene and especially as a Mediterranean country metal band I felt close to Moonspell since the “Under The Moonspell” release, me and Fernando grew up with the same musical and cultural influences, we are the generation who mixed the 80’s gothic and dark rock style with the strong influence of the first releases of Paradise Lost/My Dying Bride and the 91-94 black metal explosion and of course Bathory…, “Wolfheart” for me was an album that perfectly mixed all these influences so having Fernando recording with us this song here in Tel Aviv was a great experience.
Swallow The Sun… one of the best doom metal acts in my opinion and a bunch of great guys, Mikko is a brother, we met so many times here in Tel Aviv, we played with them, we had “few” beers with them, always a pleasure, always a click, also Swallow The Sun is a great example of a band who suffered a huge tragedy and had the strength to continue and carry on, choosing life, art, love and faith, with great albums and being such a fantastic guys they are simply one of the best bands around.”
Moonspell’s Fernando Ribeiro adds:
“Tomorrow’s Rain’s new album will take the metal scene by storm, I am sure. It sounds amazing and it does remind me of all the great things this kind of doom, death, dark metal must present to get on the radar of many music lovers. I was blessed enough to do a small feature of the song Misery Rain and you can check the result on the YT link below. It was a pleasure to participate on such a great record, alongside with so many of my friends and people I admire on the scene and this also a token of a great time spent in Tel-Aviv on the studio with Yishai and his amazing band and then on stage with Moonspell. Enjoy it!”
More from “Hollow”:
“IN THE CORNER OF A DEAD END STREET” Feat. Greg Mackintosh (Paradise Lost), Sakis Tolis (Rotting Christ) & Kobi Farhi (Orphaned Land) – https://youtu.be/waQSLPXAmOg
“FEAR” Feat. Aaron Stainthorpe (My Dying Bride) – https://youtu.be/kQ5MBRtFdko
TOMORROW’s RAIN’s new album, “Hollow,” will be available on 3 different vinyl colors, limited to 99 copies each, and a wooden box set only available at the locations below.
AOP Records Red/ black splatter LP (lim.99) https://bit.ly/38fSDNI
Napalm Records Glow in the Dark red LP (lim.99) + lim.300 Wooden Box https://bit.ly/2O3zqFC
EMP Glow in the Dark blue LP (lim.99) + lim.300 Wooden Box https://bit.ly/2NHV6qK
Nuclear Blast lim.300 Wooden Box https://bit.ly/2VR7yJ1
TOMORROW’S RAIN was formed by Yishai Sweartz and The L.A Mastering Engineer Maor Appelbaum (Mayhem, Sabaton, Cynic, Abbath), present and past band members have previously played in acts such as Nail Within (Listenable), Distorted (Candlelight), Salem (Morbid Rec/System Shock) and Orphaned Land (Century Media).
1. Trees feat. Shlomi Bracha (Mashina)
2. Fear feat. Aaron Stainthrope (My Dying Bride)
3. A Year I Would Like To Forget
4. In The Corner Of A Dead End Street feat. Greg Mackintosh (Paradise Lost), Sakis Tolis (Rotting Christ) & Kobi Farhi (Orphaned Land)
5. Misery Rain feat. Fernando Ribeiro (Moonspell) & Mikko Kotamaki (Swallow The Sun)
6. Into The Mouth Of Madness feat. Jeff Loomis (Nevermore/Arch Enemy) & Kobi Farhi (Orphaned Land)
7. Hollow feat. Spiros Antoniou (Septicflesh)
8. The Weeping Song feat. Kobi Farhi (Orphaned Land), Anders Jacobsson (Draconian) & Lisa Cuthbert (Live Female vocals of The Sisters Of Mercy)
9. Fear (Acoustic Version)