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Below is our complete Crown news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Crown (not to be confused with The Crown) consists of three men and a machine who tune their neutron guitars to the Richter scale, and deliver the sound of a molten universe collapsing.
The French band's "Natron" album saw release this week via Candlelight Records, and now three tracks can be heard online. Check out opening songs "Serpents," "The Words You Speak Are Not Your Own" and "Wings Beating Over Heaven" below. The full track listing is:
2. The Words You Speak Are Not Your Own
3. Wings Beating Over Heaven
6. Tension Of Duality
7. Flames More...
Industrial doom outfit Crown will be playing at this year's edition of the Kaltenbach Open Air Festival (replacing the black metalers of Hellsaw who recently called it quits). Hailing from France, Crown (not to be confused with The Crown) consists of two men and a machine who tune their neutron guitars to the Richter scale, and deliver the sound of a molten universe collapsing.
The Kaltenbach Open Air is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and deploying following bands among many others: Marduk, Dark Funeral, Agalloch, Krisiun, Anaal Nathrakh, Rotting Christ, God Dethroned, Valkyrja, Benighted, Thulcandra, Darkfall. Tickets and all informations about the festival can be found HERE .
Hailing from France, Crown (not to be confused with The Crown) consists of two men and a machine who tune their neutron guitars to the Richter scale, and deliver the sound of a molten universe collapsing.
Candlelight Records will be releasing Crown's "Psychurgy" on June 18th, 2013 as part of the label's Cult Series. Candlelight also comments:
"Touching on early Isis, Godflesh, Floor and even Killing Joke, Crown explores the depths of slow tempos through sheer exuberant heaviness.
"The duo’s depth-charging guitars and buried melodic tendencies on latest offering, Psychurgy, snake around hissing electronics, a tribal/military percussive thwack, and the splashing cymbals of a minimal-yet-completely-effective drum-machine.
"Their sound is further emboldened by a massive bestial roar, heavy and oppressive, leading to an abyss of nothingness…. Crown's Psychurgy is dark, spiralng, and obscure and a music trip you won't soon forget."
Metal duo Crown has released a new EP, titled "The One," on the band's own label Superstrong. You can stream the tracks from the release via the Bandcamp player below. The track listing for "The One" is as follows:
2. The One
3. 100 Ashes
5. Orthodox More...