One-man project Crawl Below to release a new concept album, »9 Mile Square«, on February 12, 2021
New England one-man black metal/dark hardcore/acoustic/post-metal project Crawl Below announce a new concept album, »9 Mile Square«, which will be self-released on February 12, 2021.
01. Feed The Towers Above The Trees
02. Fire On The Hill
03. Kingdom Of The Ruined
05. Tarnished The Name
06. 9 Mile Square
Written in 2013, re-recorded in April 2020 at Black Mold Studio.
Re-amped and mixed by Dave Kaminsky at Studio Wormwood.
Mastered by Ryan Williams at Augmented Audio.
A music video for »Kingdom Of The Ruined« can be streamed below.
Courtesy of ClawHammer PR:
Connecticut’s Crawl Below will release »9 Mile Square«, a six-song LP of doom-infused post-metal focused on the history of Eastern Connecticut, on February 12, 2021.
Mixed by Dave Kaminsky/Studio Wormwood, mastered by Ryan Williams/Augmented Audio.
FFO: Type O Negative, Woods Of Ypres, The Cure, Katatonia
Started in 2017, Crawl Below is Charlie Sad Eyes’ one-man project focused on his New England origins. Releases have ranged from punk-tinged black metal to Lovecraftian acoustic folk. The newest release, »9 Mile Square«, is based on the history and legends of Norwich, Connecticut, expressed through post-metal. Crawl Below is not limited in style and expresses its surroundings in a multitude of genres, changing from album to album.
Charlie Sad Eyes is also in When The Deadbolt Breaks, Sentinel Hill, Holding On To Nothing, and Banth.
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well