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Shows complete; debut album underway

It's been a busy year for The Crawling; ironically a lot busier than we intended! It's been a fantastic experience - Inferno Festival Norway, Bloodstock Festival UK, a plethora of Irish shows and finishing off the year with Siege Of Limerick Ireland. It has been a blast, and thanks to everyone that has come to support us over the last 12 months; not only fans, but also the radio stations, magazines, promoters, webzines, journalists, and sound engineers that have worked with us, and helped us do what we love to do.

Behind the scenes, bedsides constant rehearsals, we have been working hard on our debut album. Tracking is well underway and sounding very well. The touring schedule has slowed us a bit, but we are focusing on getting the album completed by the end of the year, for release early 2017.

There will still be plenty of updates here, and on all our social media pages. Those that follow us know we always have something going on!

Stay miserable people and stay in touch.

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