King’s Hill Records is proud to announce the release of the powerful debut EP from Crow Eats Man. This self-titled studio release brings the excitement and energy from their live performances to the CD format and all popular online music services.
Pre-Order one of the limited run Crow Eats Man CD’s or download the album today.
Also available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal and Bandcamp.
About Crow Eats Man
The five members of Crow Eats Man met in April 2016 and immediately discovered their shared influences of ‘90s rock bands such as Alice in Chains, Rage Against The Machine and The Stone Temple Pilots. Their live performances and EP reflect these influences with a thick, riff-laden sound and sophisticated arrangements featuring Sebastian’s soaring vocals, the heavy riffs of Reku and Elliot on guitar and the driving rhythm section of Ricky and Nick on drums and bass.
Crow Eats Man – Recent Posts
Crow Eats Man @ Facebook Festival May 12th (3/20/2018) - Crow Eats Man will be performing at the Facebook Festival on May 12th. The band was selected as one of a handful of competitors in the Battle of The Bands. Check back for more information as we get closer to the date. Learn more about Crow Eats Man and Facebook … Crow Eats Man Review : Sleeping Bag Studios (1/31/2018) - Jer at Sleeping Bag Studios wrote a wonderful, in-depth review of the Crow Eats Man EP: Crow Eats Man is genuinely like a bold return to a lot of the sounds that are distinctly absent from today’s scene – hearing the way that Crow Eats Man has come about all this … Crow Eats Man Review : Soundscape Mag (1/22/2018) - There is something undeniably refreshing about any musician stepping onto the scene with this much machismo. It takes a driven, 90’s inspired musical act, like that of Mountain View, CA’s, Crow Eats Man, to really bring us back to the roots of why we call it Hard-Rock in the first place. Another great review of the Crow Eats Man EP! (1/4/2018) - Alex Faulkner at the Faulkner Review wrote a great review of the new Crow Eats Man EP. This is a highly impressive debut E.P. from a rock band who have hit the ground running and found their own style. Combining elements of old-school grunge with more modern influences and production …