Newcastle metalcore quartet CREAK have released a video for their brand new single ‘Eyes Without A Face’. Reminiscent of Alpha Wolf, Loathe and Vein, CREAK create their unique sound by blending elements of groove metal, nu-metal and post-hardcore.
Check out the video for ‘Eyes Without A Face’ here: https://youtu.be/S2RIo_kCCWw
Since forming in early 2019, CREAK have cemented themselves as ones to watch in the Newcastle metal scene and beyond. The band’s debut single ‘(W)RETCH’ has surpassed 15,000 streams and has been championed by numerous Spotify playlists, including ‘Metal United’ which boasts over 12,000 subscribers. This was followed by second single ‘Recluse’, which has exceeded their debut release with over 16,000 streams, as well as landing them the cover of Crowded Music’s ‘This Is Hardcore’ playlist.
CREAK have also brought their onslaught of a live show to venues up and down the country, sharing the stage with Lotus Eater, GroundCulture, Spawn of Disgust and, most recently, finishing up an eight-day UK tour supporting God Complex.
Between performances over the last year, CREAK have been busy writing and recording their debut EP with Connor Sweeney of Loathe. The four-piece have also been working on the visuals for the EP with Zak Pinchin of Modern Error, who has previously worked with Mallory Knox, Holding Absence and Lotus Eater. With plans to release the EP in the coming months, keep your eyes peeled for more details.