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CD review: 'In Light of Dark Days' - Hell Is Open

The chic cover artwork inspired me directly, on the back, however, is what Grind Scene Records. And Grind is nunmal so not mine. 
So I won all my courage together and promoted the disc into the player, and what comes out of the speakers has nothing at all to do so with the scab. Best bad-tempered with doomy death metal inserts serving Northern Ireland on their 3.Track EP. 
For the The Crawling were not founded until the end of 2014 has the part of an incredibly high quality with which you must be behind nix and hide anyone. If you do not grade edit the guitars like millstone and grind then they massively grooving and pushing out of the speakers. The medium-fast character changes it perfectly between crawling Parts and frenzied explosions. For this purpose a Growlgesang hintendran with neat power and volume, purely from the vocal it sounds like someone with whom you want to fight at night not alone in Northern Ireland hinterland to the last sip of whiskey. 
Sonically I can locate somewher…

CD review: 'In Light of Dark Days' - Hateful Metal

That it does not take much to convince me to prove The Crawling from Northern Ireland with elegant ease. "In The Light Of Dark Days" is the new EP, which was founded in 2014 tape. Is touted as the whole, Slow Death ', which you can let it go, and I use the term Death Doom appropriate since established, find.

The Crawling do absolutely nothing new. The three compositions provide clean produced and powerful Death Doom represents the melancholic melodies with a haunting, throaty and deep vocals combined. I've often heard so beautiful, yet succeeded in Northern Ireland immediately to convince me of it.

As I mentioned in the first sentence, it took for not much. After all, what has THE CRAWLING immortalized on the Silberling substance, is from beginning to end simply convincing. First, there are the very good melodies. On the one hand to play the guitar is very clear, however - or perhaps because of it - very concisely and effectively. The doomy not rampant and despite the…

CD review: 'In Light of Dark Days' - Dead Rhetoric

Northern Irish trio The Crawling dig deep into the doom/death well for this debut three song EP In Light of Dark Days. Early Entombed, My Dying Bride, Paradise Lost and a pinch of Katatonia comes into play for the thick riff rumbling meets turn on a dime tranquil passage of “The Right to Crawl”( love the dual growl/blackened scream approach). Sparseness sets the tone for “End of the Rope”, while the 8 minute plus closer “Catatonic” contains echoing chords that almost chime and creep sideways during the verses as the vocals growl beneath the surface. A great 20 minute look at an act that could develop into something special considering their under two year tenure together – they have the right attitude, songwriting, and environment to channel the best doom/death tracks.
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CD review: 'In Light of Dark Days' - Crossfire

Because you like your Death Metal slow him play so, one talks of Slow Death. Without naming the term Doom, but these sentiments are expressed in slower and faster sections available, even if not in epic depth.2014. The trio of The Crawling founded their first sign of life was the one-track single "Choking On Concrete", but the song is not included on this EP. The Ulsterman offer here three new and clean produced songs that burrow with growls lazily through the cerebral cortex. A whole album would have been but really horny because of this sound can be tolerated more.

CD review: 'In Light of Dark Days' - Suffissocore

They are from Northern Ireland like Gama Bomb but to thrash prefer a slow death obsessive who does not bode well. The title of this is rather prophetic because of the lights and bright The Crawling do not seem to want to hear about. Three tracks, which follow the single 'Choking On Concrete', are not sufficient to be able to express an opinion but the full impact with saturated riff of hatred, dirty basslines and the guttural voice is definitely good. 
'The Right To Crawl' is the piece more atmospheric or at least the one that sets the standards of release and 'End Of The Rope' to more direct and lethal. It is up to eight minutes of 'Catatonic' close an ep that could attract the attention of some record label's first band. 
Experience with other bands like Honey For Christ and Zombified allowed members to leave ahead of much of the competition but to establish itself in this kind is not enough to cite Entombed, Bolt Thrower and My Dying Bride. And t…

CD review: 'In Light of Dark Days' - Iye Zine

Active for a year in the extreme scene, the Northern Irish The Crawling fired the first job, this great EP of three songs, which will weep blood to deathsters old school, especially those who prefer slow and cadenced rhythms on the edge of doom.

The trio of Andy Clarke (guitar and vocals), Stuart Rainey (bass and vocals) and Gary Beattie to the skins, in about twenty minutes presents his sound, very addictive and dark hues, dramatic and evocative, a slow pace who does not mind beautiful acoustic interludes, monolithic party death in a dark and melancholy very impressive. 
The opener The Right To Crawl goes right to the heart of the group's proposal, which does not hesitate darkeggiante metal extreme short acceleration and severed in two by a beautiful acoustic interlude. The two voices, a cavernous growl, and a scream abrasive, accompany us in ghostly landscape drawn by the music of the group, while End Of The Rope smacks of Katatonia, and the cold winter embraces us, including the …

CD review: 'In Light of Dark Days' - El Comenta Mierda

The Crawling is a band from Northern Ireland, which raises an interesting and Death Doom catatonic, not without its most intimate moments, with soft shades, technical and very much in line with the bands of the nineties, how were the Disembowlment and Morgion. 
In the late nineties a style called Death / Doom was created, but that was the prelude to the metal post, a technical style, mixing the two styles but with progressive touches, and above all intended to create or recreate a more atmospheric metal much more intense, and without a typical pattern in the structure of matter, that is not the obvious structures of the issues, something that is very typical of post metal band and the founder of this genre, the Neurosis. 
The first cut is very interesting, "" The Right to Crawl ", presents two different but perfectly basted parts. An acceleration death sounding stale and old school, old school Swedish through and through, combined with an atmospheric riff, that was what…