Produced by Jack Shirley at Atomic Garden Studios in Oakland CA.
Vinyl released by Ivory Antler.
8-Track released by H8-Track Stereo (coming soon)
CD is self released.
Front Cover Art: Nicole Boitos
Back Cover Art: Johnny Ryan
"A consistently tense and angular hybrid of black and doom metal... sounds every bit as massive as possible without polishing away the ugliness that makes Crowhurst so unsettlingly addictive."
"With their feet firmly planted among post-industrial roots, Crowhurst is one of the few projects who have survived a full-on expansion while retaining their experimental integrity."
- Heathen Harvest
"Each track is beautifully constructed and disgustingly executed. A dark, melancholy contained within the post-black metal-esque riffs that create a wonderful atmosphere for the pained, harsh vocals to cut through, assuring you that there is no escape from the dizzying haze you’ve stumbled your way into. It is entrancing, confusing, and alienating, but you will be made to love it."
- CVLT Nation
"With a revolving door of collaborators and an expansive catalog that stretches beyond Gambit's original harsh electronics ... Crowhurst has morphed into a full-fledged metal band, doling out blackened doom that’s cut with post-rock and occasional noise."
"The sound blends influences of noise, post-black and even psychedelic in a unique way. It’s hard to pick out a track that I enjoyed most on this upcoming self titled release because each one encompasses its own darkness."
- Black Metal Mother
"One facet remains steady across their catalog: static-blasted death."
- Tiny Mix Tapes
"Certainly hypnotic by how the guitars and bass create a maze of sound in which you lose yourself... Crowhurst seem like a band who have mastered their sound."