If you’ve not yet listened to Chicago-based The Atlas Moth‘s new album Coma Noir, then you’re missing out on what will easily be one of the best albums of 2018. The Moth has always been an incredibly solid band, particularly their 2011 sophomore full-length An Ache for the Distance, but their new album outpaces anything else the band has ever done. On the day of the album’s release, The Moth embarked on a short run of dates with Royal Thunder and Mirrors for Psychic Warfare (feat. Scott Kelly of Neurosis and Sanford Parker). They were joined at Atlantas 529 by Minneapolis-based Buildings on an off night from their current run with Big Business, and our Jeri Mize (who also co-owns Nocturnal Euphony International) was there to capture it all.