David Maxim Micic is a well established name in the world of prog and djent, so it might thrill some people to hear that he announced his new album today. The musician from Belgrade has made a name for himself with his three Bilo solo records, as well as Eco and Ego and his work with Alexandra Djelmash on Destiny Potato. His newest endeavor will be titled Who Bit the Moon and will be released on the second of March. The new LP will feature some guests as well, like Aaron Marshall from Intervals, Adam Rafowitz from Arch Echo, and violin courtesy of Larissa Tereščenko. The vocal performance will be delivered by Dunja Markovic. He also released the cover art for the album, which manages to seem both playful and calm.