· By Mattias Forsgren

The Brides of the Black Room joins forces with Dallas hailing duo NITE for an electronica-infused rock-remix of ‘Mother Mother’.

The Brides of the Black Room is an artistic collective existing for the sole purpose of serving our eternal Mother. The harder the outside world has tried to destroy, the harder the collective has become. For every blow, they have grown stronger.
After releasing their debut full-length 'Blood and Fire' to much praise from both fans and critics, The Brides of the Black Room now adds to the album by dropping a thrashing hardrock/electronica remix of 'Mother Mother' by the rock/electro twin-duo NITE from Dallas, Texas.
Kyle and Myles Mendes are the masterminds behind the electronica- infused dream rock project NITE, dominating musical and lyrical soundscapes with their swooping industrial undertones and electric guitar overtones.
NITE has already garnished bigwig accolades and praise, having shared stages alongside Small Black, The New Division, DREAMERS, The Griswolds, Clean Bandit, Midge Ure (Ultravox), and Modern English. Their album ‘Sleepless’ dropped in 2020 (Cleopatra), followed by an album remix in 2021. Their dark wave cover of Alice in Chains’ “Would?” foreshadows what they call a new darker direction for the band’s intended musical journey to come. And as we wait for NITE to come with a dream-packed punch of dark, hard, industrial rock, we’re able to dance, groove, and embody this new remix of The Brides of the Black Rooms latest single “Mother Mother”.
“We´ve been a bit reluctant to remixes but when we heard NITE’s take on “Mother Mother” we really felt that it was interesting to us. I think that the music of The Brides is a good fit to the dancefloors. As for “Mother Mother” it has a kind of Abba-esque quality to it that really comes into play here.”
//Coyote (The Brides of the Black Room)
"Mother Mother (NITE Remix)" from The Brides of the Black Room will be available on all major plattforms on November 25 via Icons Creating Evil Art.
Beatrice Lindholm

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