Someone once said, “live is where it’s at” and Clergy are no exception. Their meticulous attention to detail and energetic performances have made them a highly talked about band on the live music scene.


Recently home from a self-funded East Coast American tour where they supported the mighty Fear Factory and ex House Of Pain frontman Everlast Clergy have been preparing plans for an all out assault on Irish audiences. During this thirty-day tour the band played some twenty plus shows including venues as prestigious as CBGBs, Don Hills and the Acme Underground in New York, The Webster Theatre in Hartford Connecticut and Fat Cats in Springfield Massachusetts. In each venue Clergy were described as a breath of fresh air and were told they would be welcome back any time that suited the band,
Clergy are no strangers to this hard work ethic however as recent history facts show, In the bands relatively short two year career they have created a quite impressive CV having previously sent themselves to the U.K. on a self financed stint.
Back home where they have opened for U.S. metal giants Machine Head in The Ambassador Theatre Dublin they have played countless numbers of live shows and are gaining a lot of ground along the way. Clergy also claimed first place in Hot Press Magazines demo dip and received an excellent review in both Metal Hammer Magazine. (UK) and ISH Magazine (Eire).
Clergy’s music is comprised of a mixture of full on hardcore elements twinned with moments of trippy atmospheric fusion and pure raw nineties alternative grit. Naturally the band have influences though they are so wide and varied that the music does not seem seeped in already worn out riffs and styles thus giving the band a unique edge.


nursery crimes 4 track ep
live on the judas cradle live six track live mini album recorded during scottish tour
colouring outside the lines debut album available soon

Set List

temper temper
crecendo on deaf ears
the catalist
dead but dreaming
christopher robin grows up

no covers in set