December 26, 2023

What the cluck?

Once more Evil Scarecrow embrace the social and political problems of our time, delving into the deepest fears of our population and summoning nightmares into being.

As life becomes more of a struggle the effects of drug abuse are amplified, we have all worried about the potential influence of too much ‘rock’ on the world, but what about our poultry? This is the allegorical tale of a chicken that’s gone too far; within their crack-induced paranoia they come to believe they have been possessed by the soul of an ancient sea monster.

Evil Scarecrow: Clucking Mental

The overriding message – don’t do drugs, not only is it a potentially dangerous waste of money, but it could turn you into a giant cock-rell.

The Krakhen Wakes Tour begins in January 2024

  • 06.01.24 – Yardbirds, Grimsby (support from Skarlett Riot)
  • 02.02.24 – Thekla, Bristol (support from InTheWhale)
  • 03.02.24 – Rebellion, Manchester (support from InTheWhale)
  • 09.02.24 – The Garage, London (support from InTheWhale & I Am Your God)
  • 10.02.24 – Rock City, Nottingham support from (InTheWhale & I Am Your God)

Tickets for all shows are under £20 each including booking fees. Links to purchase tickets and for all things Evil Scarecrow are available below.

Evil Scarecrow’s live show has been captivating, delighting and surprising audiences for many years. From the local pub to the main stage at Bloodstock Festival, it has grown bigger, louder and sillier with each year of success. More than just a metal gig, an Evil Scarecrow show is a performance, a piece of bizarre rock theatre unlike any you’ve seen before. 

Famous for their ‘Blue Peter’ props, gregarious characters and catchy metal anthems, the band have gone from strength to strength. As well as regularly touring big venues across the UK, they’ve entertained fans at HRH Road Trip in Ibiza, Wacken Festival in Germany, and Summer Breeze Festival in Bavaria. 

Everywhere they play, their cult grows – and their fans are dedicated and enthusiastic. It’s not an Evil Scarecrow crowd without a few cardboard robots, foam crabs and other hilarious homemade props raised aloft. Crowd participation is just as important as what the band does on-stage, and the whole experience is a truly immersive one that will challenge even the most cynical to not join in. 

In 2024 the band will release their as yet untitled 5th studio album and touring their new show The Krakhen Wakes, playing a mix of new tracks and fan favourites from their full catalogue.