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Moon Tooth

Moon Tooth is the new project of long-time friends and collaborators Nick Lee & Ray Marte. The band formed after the breakup of their previous endeavor, Exemption, which released several albums and made many friends touring the east coast during their seven year run from 2005 - 2012. Determined not to let that band’s dissolve slow them down, they immediately began work on a bigger, bolder, more aggressive project that became known as Moon Tooth.

Moon Tooth finds the pair at a new plateau of focus and energy. They quickly found kinship and camaraderie with vocalist John Carbone and bassist Vin Romanelli who both bring a great deal of personality to the band’s sound. Their first EP entitled simply "FREAKS" was released July '13 & recorded, mixed, and mastered by Ray Marte & Moon Tooth at Westfall Recording Co. in Farmingdale, NY from Winter - Summer 2013 and the band is currently back at Westfall recording their first full-length LP to be released early 2015.

"Gut-thumping prog and punk influenced metal that effortlessly blends the high-adrenaline and technical virtuosity of The Dillinger Escape Plan with the snarl of Mastodon." - GOOD TIMES MAGAZINE

"This band rocks a flawless show with so much style I can’t help but grin ear to ear while watching them do their thing. They’re incredibly fun, super talented, and excellent song writers. You may hear a little influence from the likes of DEP and Mastodon, but Moon Tooth brings it all together in a unique way that makes it their own." - METAL INJECTION

"Moon Tooth draw heavy influence from Torche, Mastodon, Baroness and the luck, but they somehow manage to make it sound completely original while feeling so, so familiar." - METAL SUCKS

My Bands Sessions

Thursday, March 19

7:30pm CDT

Saturday, March 21

7:00pm CDT