Cleveland shoegaze-y doom band Frayle released 1692, their debut album, via Aqualamb Records and Laybare Recordings, back in February. You can read our review of the album in our May issue, and now you can get a glimpse into the making of the record with a new mini-documentary, Behind the Doom, which we’re premiering today.
“We created the Behind the Doom mini-doc,” says vocalist Gwyn Strang, “because we wanted to dig deep into some of the themes, gear, and sounds that served as inspiration for our album 1692.”
The band has been keeping plenty busy besides getting this mini-doc ready, releasing a free design/pattern for a DIY face mask (check it at frayleband.com) and also performing a stay-at-home live show from their Cleveland HQ:
But today the main event is Behind the Doom, which you can now watch below. Get doomed: