All-Female Danish Metal Band IVY CROWN Release Playthrough Video for “Lonesome And Cold”!

Hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark is the female metalcore band IVY CROWN. The band has just released a playthrough video for their track, “Lonesome and Cold.” The song is off of their latest album, Echo, which is available now on Long Branch Records. Take a listen to the playthrough video below to get a feel for their sound and get more details on the band.

From The Press Release

The Danish all-female Metalcore band IVY CROWN has released a playthrough for their single “Lonesome and Cold”. The track is taken from their debut album “Echo”, which was released on October 25th, 2019 on Long Branch Records.

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Ivy Crown about the idea behind the playthrough video:
“‘Lonesome and Cold’ is a song that has a lot of meaning to us, by being the start track on ‘Echo’, the first single we released from the album and the start riff Natasja wrote 12 years ago. We decided to strip it down to an instrumental song along with making a playthrough video. In addition to that, we hope that everyone does not get lonesome in the cold times ahead of us.”

Ivy Crown is a melodic metalcore quartet hailing from the cold streets of Copenhagen, Denmark. Captivating vocals, tight compositions and a heavy sound are all in the formula of their debut album, Echo. These girls are geared to take on the world, and make some necks hurt.

Ivy Crown has risen from the ashes of Taras which was a well-known Danish all-female punk rock band that played shows all over Denmark and the UK, with arena shows and their own episode on Danish national television, DR.

“Echo” is a captivating record about breaking free from poisonous relationships and standing up for yourself, but also about growing with every defeat you encounter.

The debut album was recorded and produced by Chris Kreutzfeldt (Cabal) with assisting vocal production by Mirza Radonjica-Bang (Siamese). The album includes featuring performances by Kadeem France (Loathe), Kim Song Sternkopf (MØL) and Jesper Gün (Ghost Iris) – all talented people who complement the bands vision for the album very well.

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About Michael Juvinall (6145 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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