Crowhurst - Crowhurst

7.5 | 6 votes |
Release date: 1 April 2015
Style: Experimental black metal, Noise

01. Penumbra
02. A Precipice Of Stone
03. Judgement
04. It Is The Mercy
05. Black Oceans
06. Languorous Void
07. Luna Falsata

Guest review by
Alex F
Crowhurst are one of those bands with a frighteningly prolific discography. With so many albums, EPs, collaborations, and splits I was fairly dubious as to whether any of the actual music would hold substance or quality. Fortunately, Crowhurst prove with this self-titled full length that they mean business and should be judged by the same standards which we place on all other professional groups. While the stylistic approach varies quite heavily throughout the band's discography, this album falls quite nicely within the classification of "black metal." However, Crowhurst's varying influences do make appearances on this record, with quite a few post-metal elements seeping through the cracks along with hints of psychedelic roots.

published 07.05.2015 | Comments (2)

Staff review by
Crowhurst begins and ends with feedback and fuzz. In between lie crushing riffs, pounding drums, and an overarching sense of futility and misery.

published 30.07.2016 | Comments (0)

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07.05.2015 - 04:34
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
The band's ambient and noise influences really shine through on this album and make it highly enjoyable.

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03.09.2016 - 09:53
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God damn, these guys are talented. Good to see someone who understands how to properly mix an album. Awesome stuff.

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