FRAYLE Premieres New Video “All The Things I Was” at Revolver Today

European Tour Kicks Off November 1

“This song is a reminiscence of the things I was and the regrets I had. The video shows how any rebirth or transformation can be painful and often times isn’t pretty or comfortable but results in a more learned and wise self.” – Gwyn Strang

As is their way, it’s a bloody, skin-crawling affair perfect for the Halloween season. – Revolver

Watch “All The Things I Was” here:

In support of Frayle’s album Skin & Sorrow (released September 23), the band embarks on a European tour beginning November 1 at the Willemeen in Arnhem, Netherlands. The tour includes two festival appearances, Damnation in Manchester, UK November 5 and Gloomaar Festival in Neunkirchen, Germany November 19, in addition to the legendary venues to which Frayle will bring their doom magic.  

Tour dates:

Nov 1 Willemeen – Arnhem NL

Nov 2 Patronaat – Haarlem NL

Nov 3 VII – Rotterdam NL

Nov 5 Damnation Festival – Manchester UK

Nov 6 Black Hear – London UK

Nov 8 Simplon – Groningen NL

Nov 9 Alte Meierei – Kiel DE

Nov 10 Stengade – Copenhagen DK

Nov 11 Plan B – Malmo SE

Nov 13 Revolver – Oslo NO

Nov 15 MTC – Cologne DE

Nov 16 Backstage – Munich DE

Nov 17 Heinrichs Club – Gera DE

Nov 18 Zolkatine – Bremen – DE

Nov 19 Gloomaar Festival – Neunkirchen DE


About Frayle:

Frayle makes music for the night sky. The group was formed in 2017 by guitarist Sean Bilovecky (formerly of now-defunct Man’s Ruin recording artists Disengage) and vocalist Gwyn Strang, a singer with an alluring voice and an equally compelling flair for imagery. Frayle’s “lullabies over chaos” approach to songwriting allows the group the freedom to explore what is possible with heavy music; its gorgeously ominous sound a result of complex layering and tone stacking while simultaneously overseeing the perfectly delicate balance between heaving, heavy riffs and haunting vocal melodies. With its full-length debut, ‘1692’, Frayle pushes the immense intensity and gorgeous ache of its unique sound and style through to uncompromising new plateaus. While there is much darkness on the record, it’s also contrasted superbly with beauty, both fragile and fierce, in a way that feels weightless rather than plummeting, as if release truly is a possibility.

Skin & Sorrow

on Aqualamb (USA) & Laybare (EU)

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