We told you the other day that it was coming... and now it's here! Death/doom trio The Crawling have released their new single "Sparrow", and accompanying live-action lyric video. The song tells a haunting tale of isolation, misery, and the emotional outcome of living a pointless life; amplified by the fact so many 'spectate' a … Continue reading The Crawling release new single with video: “Sparrow”
Northern Irish death/doom trio have announced plans for their new single, "Sparrow", set to be released via Grindscene Records on April 2nd. Pre-orders can be made right now. "Sparrow" was recorded over the lockdown period, produced, mixed and mastered by vocalist/guitarist Andy Clarke. The song is a haunting tale of isolation, misery, and the emotional … Continue reading The Crawling announce new single – pre-order now!
I'm here at Limelight Belfast again. Tonight will be the first time I have seen the headline act Primordial. It's been 9 years since this Dublin-based band have played in Northern Ireland. First up on stage, though, are Dublin doom merchants Death the Leveller, and they are every bit as misery laden as their name suggests. … Continue reading Gig Review: Primordial / The Crawling / Senzar / Death The Leveller – Limelight, Belfast (9th March 2019)
Irish band The Crawling have been making waves recently in their local / national scene and beyond with their brand of doom/death metal. In November, The Crawling will release their second album entitled Wolves and the Hideous White through Irish label Grindscene Records which I am sure will garner some followers from overseas and take the … Continue reading Interview: Andy Clarke of The Crawling
Dirty Irish noisemakers The Crawling are back to batter mercilessly on your eardrums with a new release. Wolves and the Hideous White will be out on Friday 16th November 2018 via Grindscene Records and is available to pre-order right now, with a variety of merch deals. To ensure you're all excited, they've just dropped an album … Continue reading The Crawling – new album on pre-order, check out the trailer
Despite a price increase from last year, the lure of a great atmosphere at the festival along with some quality bands, including Taake, Abbath and Rotting Christ, was strong enough to get me to London for the second year in a row. Once again the festival did not disappoint and the lack of clashes saw … Continue reading Gig Review: Incineration Fest, London (12-13 May 2018)