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LIVE review: The Voodoo - Planet Mosh

"Openers The Crawling are already on stage by the time your humble PR scribe climbs the two flights of stairs to the club room. 
Playing only their second ever gig – and their first with this line up – the experience of the constituent members nonetheless shines through immediately. 
Their dark, growling, grunting blackened metal has a rock ‘n’ stroll groove, and is deeply melodic and atmospheric, centred around Stuart Rainey’s thick bass sound and Andy Clarke’s impactful minimalistic guitar riffs."


Cheers to Mark Ashby (PLANET MOSH) for the live review: original text here.

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