The Crawling – Anatomy of Loss Cassette Release Show

The Crawling LIVE

Friday 10th Dec : Limelight 2, Belfast : 7PM


Death/doom trio, THE CRAWLING, are set to reissue their highly successful debut album “Anatomy of Loss” on limited edition cassette via Grindscene Records. To celebrate the event, and easing of live music restrictions, a one off ‘Anatomy of Loss’ set is scheduled for Friday 10th December at Limelight 2, Belfast 7PM, with support form black metal act Neamnhí.

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The limited edition cassette, and anniversary shirt will be an exclusive for the event.

Vocalist / guitarist Andy Clarke commented;

“We had this show planed for April 2020, but obviously that all fell apart. Restrictions in Belfast lifted a few weeks ago, and in a world of unpredictability we want to do something special, and do it while we can. It’s been a very difficult couple of years, and i for have not enjoyed any of it.

Revisiting Anatomy of Loss has provided the challenge we needed. It’s been a process of rediscovery, and a way to get the band back onto the live circuit; we simply can’t wait to pay for the Belfast crowd again!”

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The Crawling – Anatomy of Loss (Full Album Stream)

Formed in the winter of 2014 in Lisburn city, Northern Ireland, The Crawling use a guttural vocal to combine melancholy with weight, churning out a heavy, doom/death ensemble.

January 2015 saw the debut single ‘Choking On Concrete,’ followed in October 2015 by the critically acclaimed In ‘Light of Dark Days‘ EP. April 2017 the bands debut album ‘Anatomy Of Loss‘ was released via Grindscene Records, accompanied by five music videos, receiving excellent reviews worldwide, and was streamed exclusively by Metal Hammer UK. November 2018, ‘Wolves and the Hideous White’ features six tracks, building on the sound of their debut. The album did well with media and fans alike, increasing the fan base.

With live music on hold, and gatherings being kept to a minimum, and rehearsals being limited; The Crawling concentrated efforts on their most depressive track to date – “Sparrow,”  coupled with an interpretation of the Bjork track “Play Dead.”

The Crawling have spread the misery drenched album through a strong live performance, with support from a loyal fan base; most notably appearing at Inferno Metal Festival (Norway), Bloodstock Open Air (UK), Seige of Limerick (IRE), Metal Days (SLO), Shellshockfest (Malta), Uprising (UK), Incinerationfest (UK), Mammothfest (UK) and Full Metal Mensa (GER).

The Crawling are highly active on all social media platforms, and have continued support from Grindscene Records.

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