Swedish death metal titans FERAL and CRAWL announce split release

Album artwork by Misanthropic Art

Swedish death metal heavyweights Feral and Crawl are making a huge comeback after COVID seriously hampered their activities, and before they unleash their full lengths that they’ve been working so meticulously on, they’ve come up with this split release containing all new songs. It’s some of the best HM-2 driven death metal you’ll hear. Check out a couple of songs on Bandcamp AT THIS LINK

Feral/Crawl – Made As Those Who Are No Longer Alive Split

After releasing landmark full length albums in the same year in 2018, Swedish death metal titans and label mates Feral and Crawl join forces for this exciting split release containing all new songs to mark their return. Feral are masters of their craft and having honed their hefty sound to perfection, they showcase their knack for writing excellent song structures and deliver them with even more force than before. Crawl meld death metal and crust effortlessly to create a violent and compelling form of music that invariably induces a whiplashing effect on your body. Even with music that is stylistically similar, the bands have their own individuality which makes this split special. It’s the perfect precursor to full length albums that are nearing completion from both the bands in the foreseeable future.

For fans of: BloodbathEntombedDismemberGraveDeath BreathVomitheistNihilistGatecreeper


Feral lineup –
Roger Markstrom – Drums
Markus Lindahl – Guitar
Viktor Klingstedt – Bass
David Nilsson – Vocals
Sebastian Lejon – Guitar

Crawl lineup –
Ragnar Hedtjärn Ullenius – Bass
Joachim Lyngfelt – Vocals
Martin Sjögren – Guitars
Ämir Batar – Drums

Track listing –
1. Feral – From the Ancient Tombs
2. Feral – Released from the Bondage of the Earth
3. Crawl – Where the Dead Flesh Whispers
4. Crawl – Vanity

Official release date – September 22nd, 2023

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