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The Crawling to play BLOODSTOCK 2016


We are pleased to announce we won the M2TM competition, and will be playing BLOODSTOCK 2016!!!!!

All the bands played strong sets tonight, and shows the wealth of talent in Northern Ireland.




Sincere thanks to everyone involved; the bands for getting together and supplying gear, the sound guys for making it heavy, Simon Hall from BLOODSTOCK for coming over to personally watch the bands, the crowd support from day one, and finally to James Loveday for making it happen.


Stay miserable. Bloodstock; we are coming...

photo: Kerri Clarke
photo: Kerri Clarke

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