MISS LAVA: Portuguese Psychedelic Outfit Issues Cryptic New Video For “Another Beast Is Born” + Tour Dates Announced


Following the Small Stone Records release of their Sonic Debris LP in May, Portugal’s MISS LAVA has just issued a new video from the record, created for the song “Another Beast Is Born.” The clip is an adaptation of 1971 French film Don’t Deliver Us From Evil (Mais Ne Nous Délivrez Pas Du Mal) by Joël Séria.


Offers vocalist Johnny Lee of the song, “In times like these is unbelievable how often we see people losing their lives by the hands of cold-hearted creatures who have no regard for human life. ‘Another Beast Is Born’ is our trip to hell to meet those creatures. It’s a song with a touch of doom and black metal, a dark place we haven’t explored before in MISS LAVA, a song with a big riff that still blows my mind, and is one of my favorites in the album.”

See MISS LAVA’s “Another Beast Is Born” video below:

MISS LAVA also begins a steady burst of Portuguese tour dates this week in support of the album, with shows booked throughout their home country from now through November, with many additional live shows to be continually announced in the weeks ahead.


MISS LAVA Tour Dates:
8/12/2016 Sonic Blast Moledo – Viana do Castelo, PT
9/03/2016 Festa Do Avante – Seixal, PT
9/09/2016 Festival Reverence Valada – Valada, PT
9/15/2016 Stairway Club – Cascais, PT w/ Mondo Generator
9/17/2016 Texas Bar – Leiria, PT
10/01/2016 Festival Bardoada e AJCOI – Pinhal Novo, PT
10/08/2016 Festival Faro Alternativo – Faro, PT
10/28/2016 DRAC – Figueira da Foz, PT
10/29/2016 Club de Vila Real – Vila Real, PT
11/19/2016 Bafo de Baco – Loulé, PT

See MISS LAVA’s previously-released videos for “The Silent Ghost Of Doom” RIGHT HERE and “In The Arms Of Freaks” HERE, and stream Sonic Debris in its entirety HERE.

Sonic Debris is available on CD and 180-gram light blue vinyl limited to 500 units at THIS LOCATION.

A true sonic voyage with a diversity beyond anything yet evidenced by the band, Sonic Debris traverses unexplored auditory landscapes. Throughout the record’s ten consuming movements, MISS LAVA manifests explosive sound textures, kaleidoscopic asteroids, and obscure beasts making for an all-consuming listen that’s difficult to overlook. Outlaws Of The Sun notes, “Sonic Debris sounds like the stoned out offspring of Queens Of The Stone Age, Kyuss, Monster Magnet, and Truckfighters all vying for musical supremacy. And for that you will be crazy to miss this superb album. Excellent and highly recommended.” Rock And Roll Fables hails the band’s fusion of, “Kyuss’ wall of sound with Monster Magnet’s psychedelia and a little of Corrosion Of Conformity’s Southern-fried jam sensibility,” further gushing, “Saying MISS LAVA could be the next Kyuss is a bold statement. I know this. That band was the one that set me on the path to my musical awakening when I was just a wee lad. If Kyuss followed up Blues For The Red Sun with another album (and not the Sky Valley concept), then they’d be lucky to have it sound as good as Sonic Debris. Yep, I said it.”

Sonic Debris was captured at Pentagon Audio Manufacturers, JDB Showroom and Estúdio Crossover in Lisbon at various times throughout 2014 and 2015, produced by Fernando Matias and MISS LAVA, engineered by Matias, José Pedro Ataíde and Ricardo Bravo, mixed by Benny Grotto at Mad Oak Studios in Boston, Massachusetts, and mastered by Chris Goosman at Baseline Audio Labs in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Sonic Debris follows 2013’s Red Supergiant and 2009’s Blues For The Dangerous Miles, which was listed among Loud Magazine’s Top Five Portuguese albums of that year, and 2008’s limited edition, self-titled EP.