Origin: Long Island, New York, USA  
Genres: Progressive Metal
Page online: August 12, 2019
Last update/review: August 12, 2019

Moon Tooth

Long Island's Moon Tooth is an oddity, and like many left-field bands, this manifests itself in the band name, album and song titles, and of course the music itself. Chromaparagon, the band's 2016 debut full-length following an EP a few years earlier, can only be slotted as progressive metal, but this is no Dream Theater clone, rather this is more akin to a 90's alterna-metal act careening off the rails songwriting-wise. The songs are varied and quirky, with little regard for airplay or mass appeal, and the musicianship is tech-metal quality, and topping it off are the clear, melodic, yet completely unmetallic vocals of one John Carbone. This is the type of album that takes several listens to absorb, and even then one may not really get what the band is going for. It's bands like Moon Tooth who really deserve the label "progressive".

Current Members

John Carbone

vocals

Nick Lee

guitars (Riot)

Vincent Romanelli

bass

Ray Marte

drums



Discography


Freaks  EP
2013 independent
  1. Ebb/Flow
  2. Goon
  3. Storm Pill
  4. Silver Gallows
  • John Carbone
  • Nick Lee
  • Vincent Romanelli
  • Ray Marte



Chromaparagon  
2016 independent
  1. Queen Wolf
  2. Offered Blood
  3. Igneous
  4. Little Witch
  5. Bats in the Attic
  6. Forgive Me Snake Ryder
  7. Chroma
  8. Vesuvius I
  9. Vesuvius II
  10. Belt Squeezer
  11. Death and the Vibrant Architecture of Rebirth
  12. White Stag
  • John Carbone
  • Nick Lee
  • Vincent Romanelli
  • Ray Marte



Crux  
2019 independent
  1. Trust
  2. Omega Days
  3. Through Ash
  4. Musketeers
  5. Thorns
  6. Rhythm & Roar
  7. Motionless in Sky
  8. Thumb Spike
  9. Awe at All Angles
  10. Crux
  11. Raise a Light (Epilogue)
  • John Carbone
  • Nick Lee
  • Vincent Romanelli
  • Ray Marte




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