Moon Shot, the band featuring Henri “Henkka T. Blacksmith” Seppälä (ex-Children Of Bodom), Ville Malja (Lapko), Jussi Ylikoski (Disco Ensemble), and Mikko Hakila (Disco Ensemble), have premiered a new video for their new song “Confession.” Ylikoski commented:
“‘Confession’ is such a song you don’t write every day. It’s like a gift — a beautiful, noisy thing that appears when planets happen to be in the perfect position. Feels really good to be part of the band making this kind of music.”
Moon Shot, the band featuring Henri “Henkka T. Blacksmith” Seppälä (ex-Children Of Bodom), Ville Malja (Lapko), Jussi Ylikoski (Disco Ensemble), and Mikko Hakila (Disco Ensemble), have premiered a new video for their new song “Blood Looks Cool.” Malja commented:
“‘Blood Looks Cool’ is a song for outsiders. For those who feel they don’t belong. It’s a positive fight song about social otherness.”
Ex-Children Of Bodom bassist Henri “Henkka T. Blacksmith” Seppälä has joined Moon Shot. That group also features vocalist Ville Malja (Lapko), guitarist Jussi Ylikoski (Disco Ensemble), and drummer Mikko Hakila (Disco Ensemble).
“Dearest COB-fans, friends and supporters,
Few weeks have passed now since our emotional final show in our beloved Helsinki, Finland.
Children of Bodom and all you great people I have had the pleasure to play for, work with and become friends with, will always be a big part of me.
I am – and I will always be – grateful for that.
When the decision to quit with Bodom became real in the end of spring 2019, I wasn’t determined to do anything new as a musician.
This might sound naive, but I always thought I couldn’t play anything else than Bodom, I was pretty sure nothing would inspire me enough.
But then the most unexpected thing happened; the news about my situation reached these certain three guys who were brainstorming in Helsinki to find a perfect fit for bass in their brand new group.
For me the classic “one door closing blah blah ”- quote felt now very much on point.
The idea of a new band felt scary, not only musically but also because it came so quickly after the biggest and scariest decision of my life.
At the same time I saw it as a gift, new chance to do music with friends, musicians whose careers I have had the pleasure to follow with admiration.
I didn’t wanna miss this rare chance.
Things came together quite quickly, as you might know, my plans for life after Bodom…well, actually there was no plans really…
So here I am, introducing Moon Shot to you. MOON SHOT is far from melodic death metal. It’s a blend of alternative rock, some crossover elements, lots of melodies – but like always in music; you judge it and define it yourself.
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