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“Crawl Space” – Seattle hardcore punks FILTH IS ETERNAL share new song & video

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Seattle-based band, Filth Is Eternal, is all set to drop their new album, Find Out, on September 29 via MNRK Heavy. With the album recording taking place in Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 and Dave’s Room, the production credentials boast the expertise of Paul Fig, known for his work with Slipknot, AFI, and more.

The album’s first single, “Crawl Space“, is a raw, adrenaline-fueled punk ripper, sounding like an intriguing amalgamation of The Distillers and Cursed, both cited as influences by the band.

Immerse yourself in the visceral energy of “Crawl Space” by checking out the Marcy Stone-Francois-directed video below.

The song, as vocalist Lis Di Angelo describes, explores the fleeting feeling of everything falling into place, yet a nagging sense of impending disarray lingers.

“It’s about that small window of time when everything feels like it’s working- the band- relationships- work- mental health- the meds- everything- but something still feels off, like it’s destined to fall apart no matter what choices you make.”

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