CAILLEACH CALLING – video unveiled


Following the sublime aesthetics of the cover artwork, US Black Metal band CAILLEACH CALLING created a video for their song ‘Bound By Neon‘. The ethereal vibe and demure melodies combined with the aggressive and soul-stirring Black Metal elements are perfectly captured in the clip. The video was filmed out in the cold streets of beautiful Seattle and during the late night hours on the property of vocalist Chelsea Murphy. Directed by Rob Watkins of Watkins Media.

Dreams Of Fragmentation” continues to receive great reviews from all over the world:

Not quite like anything else out there, CAILLEACH CALLING manage to create a very cohesive and engaging style that feels 100 % unique and their own.” (Infernal Masquerade)

California based CAILLEACH CALLING engaged with their subconsciousness and unburied “Dreams Of Fragmentation“, an album to drown and lose yourself!” (Metal Hammer Germany)

The album was released on March 11th and can be ordered via the label’s EUUS and Bandcamp shops.


CAILLEACH CALLING was inceptionalized in the Spring 2021 by long term music partners Tony Thomas (DAWN OF OUROBOROSBOTANIST) and Chelsea Murphy (DAWN OF OUROBOROS). They had a desire to create a project that was both rooted into the more traditional style of atmospheric Black Metal, while incorporating the more modern and progressive sensibilities they are known for in their other projects. With Tony handling guitars/synths/bass, and Chelsea on vocals, they then enlisted Yurii Kononov (ex-WHITE WARD) on drums to complete the line-up. With a solid line-up they completed their debut “Dreams Of Fragmentation” by late summer of the same year. The album features furious atmospheric Black Metal, with both traditional and post-black sounds mixed with melodic, ethereal, and highly emotional touches to create something that is dynamic, intense and dripping with passion.

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