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Crawl Below to release fourth full-length album »Its Ministers On Earth« in January 2022

New England’s one-man blackened death doom band Crawl Below announce fourth full-length album, »Its Ministers On Earth«, which will be released on January 14th, 2022 via Lawnmowerjetpack Records.

Listen to the first track »Yet Foul From Their Eyes«!

01.The Daemon Damned Season
02. Red Fell The Vapours
03. Summoning Rite
04. Yet Foul From Their Eyes
05. Will Rot The Base Chains
06. O Great Priest
07. And Deep In The Worm

Written in 2014.
Recorded in November 2020 at Black Mold Studio.
Re-amped and mixed by Dave Kaminsky at Studio Wormwood.
Mastered by Ryan Williams at Augmented Audio.
Interior album photography (CD only) by Ye Olde Gothick Wife.

Courtesy of ClawHammer PR:

Crawl Below’s fourth album comes in the form of blackened death doom, New England style. After the one-man-band’s foray into doomgaze on 2021’s »9 Mile Square«, and previous offerings featuring punked-out black metal and Lovecraftian pub songs, »Its Ministers On Earth« goes back to Crawl Below’s creepy, witchy metallic New England roots – and serves as a summoning to aquatic nightmare gods.

»Its Ministers On Earth« will be out January 14 on digital and limited-edition CD. Pre-order the album at

»Its Ministers On Earth« was mixed by Dave Kaminsky at Studio Wormwood and mastered by Ryan Williams at Augmented Audio.

Crawl Below is a one-man band from eastern Connecticut that explores different realms of dark music on every release. Featuring a member of When The Deadbolt Breaks, Animal Schoolbus, Low Moments, Charlie Sad Eyes & The Diminishing Returns.

Crawl Below mastermind Charlie Sad Eyes is one the most prolific and diverse musicians in underground metal. In addition to two Crawl Below albums over the course of a year, 2021 also saw Charlie release albums with Animal Schoolbus – a grindcore project featuring his 9-year-old daughter Princess Beast – and Connecticut doom band When The Deadbolt Breaks.

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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