Crawl Below to release new studio album “9 Mile Square” on February 12th 2021

Crawl Below 9 Mile Square cover
Post-Metal/Doom Project Crawl Below will release new album “9 Mile Square” on February 12th, 2021.

“9 Mile Square” is a six-song LP of doom-infused post-metal focused on the history of Eastern Connecticut. The album was was mixed by Dave Kaminsky at Studio Wormwood, and mastered by Ryan Williams at Augmented Audio.

The album’s first single, “Kingdom of the Ruined”, is available for purchase and streaming here. Watch the video below.

Started in 2017, Crawl Below is Charlie Sad Eyes’ (When The Deadbolt Breaks, Sentinel Hill, Holding On To Nothing, and Banth) one-man project focused on his New England origins. Releases have ranged from punk-tinged black metal to Lovecraftian acoustic folk.

The forthcoming release, “9 Mile Square”, is based on the history and legends of Norwich, Connecticut, expressed through post-metal. Crawl Below is not limited in style and expresses its surroundings in a multitude of genres, changing from album to album.

Pre-order “9 Mile Square” here.

1. Feed the Towers Above the Trees
2. Fire on the Hill
3. Kingdom of the Ruined
4. Monument
5. Tarnished the Name
6. 9 Mile Square