accumulating a coterie of those clearly enchanted by their lyrical spells. Released in 2017, their self-titled primordial offering brought forth praise from the industry of the occult; being described as a “luminary” in the British scene by Decibel Magazine, and led them to being listed in The Goat Tavern’s Best Mini-Albums and Splits of 2017. Is it no wonder, then, that the unveiling of their first full-length release is due to cause a stir within the dark recesses of the atmospheric scene?
We relish in the delight that we can now announce that Wolvencrown have revealed the
spellbinding artwork created by the very talented Joe McEvoy, along with the names of eight tracks for their long-awaited debut album which will be entitled Of Bark and Ash. Recorded at Stuck on A Name Studios in their hometown of Nottingham, the album is currently in the final stages of being mixed and mastered at ViterMusic Studio by members of the hauntingly inspirational Drudkh. Nick Horton, frontman for Wolvencrown, states that the album primarily focuses on themes such as nature, suicide and our dying world but also pays homage to the historic city of Nottingham with a chilling tale based on the siege of Nottingham Castle in 1194. As of yet, an official release date has not yet been announced but is due in the forthcoming weeks.
Wolvencrown – Of Bark and Ash
Earth’s Eternal Dawn
Of Bark and Ash
Towards Broken Depths
To quell your hunger for more whilst we patiently await more news on this highly anticipated forthcoming release, we would recommend lending an ear to Wolvencrown’s debut EP which is currently available in physical format through Clobber Records, or digitally via Bandcamp.