We will feature, alongside many other great British black metal acts, on an upcoming documentary regarding the scene. We've also put a track on a download compilation to help raise funds towards the project. The campaign has just 17 days left so we urge you all to check out the link below and do what you can to support this great project. Our thanks to Andy Horry for his dedication to the project and to the scene.
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'The Cauld Lad of Hylton' features on a new online compilation available on the Global Metal Apocalypse Bandcamp page.
This superb release compiles tracks from bands across England covering each county and we of course are representing County Durham!
Check it out here:
The download is "Name Your Price" but we ask that you donate whatever you can as all proceeds go to the Animal Health Trust (UK).
Last year we were interviewed by BBC Radio Tees' Bob Fischer regarding the tale of Hob Headless as part of a documentary regarding local folklore. You can check out the whole piece at the link below and we feature around an hour and a half in. We'd like to thank Bob for including us in this great piece!