- Van's Warped Tour Ernie Ball Stage in 2009 and recently 2011 Atlanta
- Sonicbids featured/spotlight artist for the week of Sept. 4-11, 2011
- Supporting act for DROWNING POOL
- Supporting act for Opiate-The Audio Visual Experience of TOOL
- Headline & support for the perpetually touring Super Bob
LUMINOTH also has released two albums:
- self titled debut album "Luminoth" 2009
- "Cabal" release 2010
They have airplay at 94.3 the Local X, WUTK, WBUZ 102.9 The Local Buzz in Nashville, and WXNR 99.5 the X in North Carolina.
LUMINOTH is a four-man alternative/progressive rock band based out of Knoxville, Tennessee. They have played the Ernie Ball Stage in VAN'S WARPED TOUR 2009 and most recently VAN'S WARPED TOUR 2011. LUMINOTH has been a supporting act for DROWNING POOL and recently for OPIATE – The Audio and Visual Experience of TOOL.
As fans and radio disc jockeys can attest to they are hard to categorize into an alternative subgenre. Luminoth’s unique sound is a result of their varied music backgrounds which include everything from metal, punk, jazz, and classic rock-n-roll. One local radio station DJ described Luminoth as “THE DOORS on metal.” Luminoth is melodic and harmonious but with a thunderous metal drive.
Luminoth’s band members have a tight integrated chemistry on stage and this is readily apparent to their audience. Their dynamic stage presence over flows into the audience and fans have often said that they feel like they had been invited to a private jam session with the band.
Luminoth’s tight chemistry stems from their long time friendship that goes back to the days before they officially founded in 2005. The band states that their self-titled debut album in 2009 was like “pieces of a complex music puzzle falling into place.”
Luminoth’s recent 2010 release titled Cabal was a three dimensional exploration of their varied music backgrounds and is a more contextualized definition of themselves as a band. Cabal brought about the usurpation of their respective genres, and as a fan stated, “Luminoth is a melting pot of every piece of music that matters.”