Album artwork for The Harvest by MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)

There has been some speculation amongst fan circles that the final part of the trilogy of albums that preceded this, marked the end of Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard’s five-year mission. Not so. We can categorically confirm that having officially slimmed their name down to the acronym, MWWB are continuing their voyage through the far reaches of the galaxy. The first phase of that journey is their new album The Harvest.

The Harvest is the band’s fourth album, and of course it is a record shot through with the trademark heavy MWWB sound, and their unique blend of metal and shoegaze. However it also sees the band adding more experimentation, a progressive approach, and going a bit more left field conceptually. To some extent, it shares similarities with Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon. Not only by having the mix of experimentation and melodicism as that seminal record, but also in the way that it has been engineered and constructed as a seamless piece. Nine tracks flowing into one another. Space age riff monsters segueing into shorter musical interludes, where John Carpenter, rubs shoulders with Pink Floyd and a maelstrom of moog and mellotron.

MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)

The Harvest

New Heavy Sounds
Album artwork for The Harvest by MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)
CD

£10.99

Released 25/03/2022Catalogue Number

NHSCD033

Album artwork for The Harvest by MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)
LP +

£19.99

Indies Only

Blue/Cherry twisted stripe

Limited to 750 copies
Includes download code
Released 25/03/2022Catalogue Number

NHSLP033X

Album artwork for The Harvest by MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)
LP +

£19.99

Aquamarine/Green

Limited to 750 copies
Includes download code
Released 25/03/2022Catalogue Number

NHSLP033C

Album artwork for The Harvest by MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)
Tape

£9.99

Released 06/05/2022Catalogue Number

NHSMC033

MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)

The Harvest

New Heavy Sounds
Album artwork for The Harvest by MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)
CD

£10.99

Released 25/03/2022Catalogue Number

NHSCD033

Album artwork for The Harvest by MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)
LP +

£19.99

Indies Only

Blue/Cherry twisted stripe

Limited to 750 copies
Includes download code
Released 25/03/2022Catalogue Number

NHSLP033X

Album artwork for The Harvest by MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)
LP +

£19.99

Aquamarine/Green

Limited to 750 copies
Includes download code
Released 25/03/2022Catalogue Number

NHSLP033C

Album artwork for The Harvest by MWWB (Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard)
Tape

£9.99

Released 06/05/2022Catalogue Number

NHSMC033

There has been some speculation amongst fan circles that the final part of the trilogy of albums that preceded this, marked the end of Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard’s five-year mission. Not so. We can categorically confirm that having officially slimmed their name down to the acronym, MWWB are continuing their voyage through the far reaches of the galaxy. The first phase of that journey is their new album The Harvest.

The Harvest is the band’s fourth album, and of course it is a record shot through with the trademark heavy MWWB sound, and their unique blend of metal and shoegaze. However it also sees the band adding more experimentation, a progressive approach, and going a bit more left field conceptually. To some extent, it shares similarities with Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon. Not only by having the mix of experimentation and melodicism as that seminal record, but also in the way that it has been engineered and constructed as a seamless piece. Nine tracks flowing into one another. Space age riff monsters segueing into shorter musical interludes, where John Carpenter, rubs shoulders with Pink Floyd and a maelstrom of moog and mellotron.