Italian groove metal band CROWDEAD returns to unleash nihilism upon the masses with its new single “Everything Ends” from its upcoming EP “Tearing Your Soul Apart”. The EP will be released independently on October 27th.
“Everything Ends” displays CROWDEAD’s aptitude for groove metal and the band’s emphasis on the rhythmic part of metal. The groovy riffs will get the listener’s head moving instantly. Following the riffs, the band’s atmospheric arpeggios come into play, which instill feelings of emptiness and nihilistic dread upon listeners. “Everything Ends” features many groovy riffs that hit hard and then manage to hit even harder. The single is accompanied by a performance video of CROWDEAD as a music video in a desolate setting, perfectly showcasing the band’s nihilistic views.
Watch the video of “Everything Ends” here:
Pre-order the EP “Tearing Your Soul Apart” here: https://crowdead.bandcamp.com/album/tearing-your-soul-apart
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CROWDEAD’s upcoming EP “Tearing Your Soul Apart” is a wall of unrelenting groove metal riffs and is a treat for fans of Lamb of God, Pantera, and Sepultura. The band excels at meticulously arranging its riffs to create a fluid listening experience. While inspired by the originators of the groove metal genre, CROWDEAD adds a dark tint of nihilism to its lyrics and overall atmosphere. While bands like Sepultura cast their gazes on society, corrupt politicians, and the lies created by propaganda, CROWDEAD moves its gaze beyond that. If for Sepultura music means resistance, for CROWDEAD, the evil has already won and has taken possession of us. In other words, Sepultura fights against strong powers, while CROWDEAD sees the fight as non-existent.
CROWDEAD was founded in Mantua in 2017. Between 2019 and 2020, the band released its debut album, “Malphas”. With the entrance of frontman Roberto Renoffio in 2021, the current line-up was born. Thanks to CROWDEAD’s metal groove, with clear references to Lamb of God and Machine Head, CROWDEAD took part in many festivals and live performances, performing with bands such as Implore, Kataklysm, Sinister, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Methedras, and The Modern Age Slavery. “Tearing Your Soul Apart” was recorded, mixed and mastered at Audiocore Studio. The artwork was made by Stefano Cavazzini and Giorgia De Biasi. The band’s logo was designed by Stefano De Rossi and Giorgia De Biasi. Giorgia De Biasi took the band photo.
Roberto Renoffio - Vocals
Matteo Usberti - Guitars
Andrea Bissolati - Bass
Stefano Bertozzi - Drums