Finally, the successor of the brilliant “Gin” has a release date! It feels particularly good to write a good piece on Cobalt after last year’s shitstorm that lead to the unavoidable dismissal of Phil McSorley from the band and consequent replacement by former Lord Mantis vocalist Charlie Fell. The new record, fourth LP in the band’s career up to this point, is called “Slow Forever”. Its artwork, designed by Jimmy Hubbard can already be seen below.

The first Cobalt record in seven years will see the light of day through Profound Lore this March. Before that, on February 9th, NPR is bound to debut a song from the record, so we’ve got something to look for in the meantime.