Malacoda share “Crawling Chaos” guitar playthrough video

Malacoda streams a guitar playthrough for their single and title track “Crawling Chaos.” Filmed at Old Haunt Recording Studio- the bands HQ. Wes MacDonald’s demonstration on the guitar provides a glimpse of the atmosphere where the band crafts their songs.

The video premiere can be viewed at these sites [the video is also embedded below]:

Alternative Control – North America: [LINK]
The Independent Voice – UK / Europe: [LINK]

Bio:
With music described as “dark, foreboding and with lyrics to enjoy as well as unsettle.” (Powerplay Mag UK) being a constant in the band’s sound, the next step would be to write a follow up to Restless Dreams. While looking for a drummer, the band recorded throughout the rest of 2019/2020 with friends behind the drum kit.

Malacoda adds – “The song is based on the movie, It’s one of the better horror movie remakes that’s come out recently. We really tried to capture the emotion from the film with this one.” – Lucas Di Mascio

Artwork – Yeganeh Ghasemi/model – Goddess Ov Death

Tracklisting:
Crawling Chaos
Deadlights
From The Depths (Feat. James Delbridge)
The Harsh Law

Malacoda is:
Lucas Di Mascio : Vocals & Keys
Wes Macdonald : Guitars
Zachary “Zak” Stulla : Bass

Recording info:
Crawling Chaos recorded and mixed by Lucas Di Mascio at Old Haunt Recording Studio in the Winter 2019 – Spring 2020.
Mastered by Dan Dubois at Schematic Sound in the summer of 2020.
Guest vocals on “From the Depths” – James Delbridge (Lycanthro)
Guest Vocals on “Crawling Chaos” & “The Harsh Law” – Beth Wilson
Drums on “Crawling Chaos” and “Deadlights” – Victor Boechat
Drums on “From the Depths” and “The Harsh Law” – Elie Bertrand. (Scarlet Sins)

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Press release courtesy of Infecting Cells PR

Also Check Out: Malacoda “Crawling Chaos” bass playthrough (premiere)





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