Belarus darkwave act MOLCHAT DOMA sign to Sacred Bones- UK tour next month + Reissue first two sold out LPs

January 29, 2020
Photo credit: Larisa Novak


– Belarus-based darkwave act sign to Sacred Bones
– Announce reissue of first two albums
– ‘S Krysh Nashikh Domov’ & ‘Etazhi’ out March 27
– UK & European live dates start later this month

– New album due later this year

Sacred Bones is proud to announce the signing of Belarusian darkwave act Molchat Doma and the reissue of their first two records, as well as UK and European live dates throughout the next couple of months.
Molchat Doma (translated as “Houses Are Silent”), founded in 2017 in Minsk, Belarus, stands at the intersection of post-punk, new-wave and synth-pop. Dark yet danceable, and with a heavy dose of goth ethos.
The band is comprised of Egor Shkutko, who sings the Russian lyrics in his deep monotone, Roman Komogortsev on guitar, synths, and drum machine, and Pavel Kozlov on bass and synths. 
When ‘S Krysh Nashikh Domov’, the debut album, was released in 2017, it announced a bold new voice in underground music. The album found a passionate audience on Bandcamp and other streaming services, and was released on CD and cassette. Sacred Bones Records is proud to present the album on vinyl for the first time.
Their second LP, ‘Etazhi’ (pronounced Etazhi, meaning “Floors”), was first released in 2018 on Berlin-based Detriti Records. It became a viral hit, garnering over one million views on YouTube and becoming a legitimate phenomenon on Bandcamp. The band may fly under the radar in their native Belarus, but they’ve reached huge audiences across Europe and beyond. Six separate vinyl pressings of the album have sold out in quick succession, and Sacred Bones Records will bring the record back in print for good.
Both are available for pre-order now and release on March 27th. Find details below, and expect a new full-length album to be released this Autumn on Sacred Bones. 
Molchat Doma – ‘S Krysh Nashikh Domov’
March 27 release via Sacred Bones Records

1. Doma Molchat
2. Kryshi
3. Ludi Nadoeli
4. Mashina Rabotaet
5. Neobychniy Chelovek
6. Pryatki
7. Technologia
8. Tishina
9. Ya Ne Kommunist

Molchat Doma – ‘Etazhi
March 27 release via Sacred Bones Records

1. Na Dne
2. Tancevat
3. Filmy
4. Volny
5. Toska
6. Prognoz
7. Sudno (Boris Ryzhy)
8. Kommersanty
9. Kletka

Molchat Doma live dates:
Jan 30 – Oslo, NO – Blå
Jan 31 – Aalborg, DK – Northern Winter Beat
Feb 02 – Košice, SK – Východoslovenská Galéria
Feb 03 – Vienna, AT – Venster 99
Feb 04 – Brno-Město, CZ – Kabinet Múz
Feb 05 – Linz, AT – Kapu
Feb 07 – Zagreb, HR – KSET
Feb 08 – Bratislavia, SK – Kulturak Klub
Feb 09 – Budapest, HU – Dürer Kert
Feb 10 – Cluj-Napoca, RO – Form Space
Feb 11 – Bucharest, RO – Control Club
Feb 12 – Belgrade, RS – Elektropionir
Feb 13 – Sofia, BG – Mixtape 5
Feb 15 – Athens, GR – Temple
Feb 18 – Savona, IT – Raindogs House
Feb 19 – Bologna, IT – Freakout Club
Feb 21 – Palermo, IT – Splinter Club
Feb 21 – Bern, CH – ISC Club Bern
Feb 22 – Karlsruhe, DE – Alte Hackerei
Feb 23 – Brussels, BE – La Botanique
Feb 24 – London, UK – Studio 9294
Feb 25 – Bristol, UK – Lanes
Feb 26 – Manchester, UK – The Peer Hat
Feb 27 – Sheffield, UK – Record Junkee
Feb 28 – Chelmsford, UK – Hotbox
Feb 29 – Lille, FR – La Bulle Cafe
Mar 01 – Nijmegen, NL – Merleyn
Mar 02 – Wiesbaden, DE – Kulturzentrum Schlachthof
Mar 04 – Hamburg, DE – Hafenklang
Mar 05 – Dresden, DE – Chemiefabrik
Mar 06 – Poznań, PL – Klub U Bazyla
Mar 07 – Wrocław, PL – Pralnia
Ticket links at

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