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The Creeps (punk) stream new song “Even”

Ontario punk band The Creeps are streaming a brand new song off of their upcoming album, Beneath The Pines. The song is called “Even” and you can give it a listen here.

The group last released a split with No Marks in 2016. Beneath The Pines is scheduled for release on May 4th via It’s Alive Records.

The Creeps (punk) stream new song “Shimmer”

Ontario punk band The Creeps are streaming a brand new song off of their upcoming album, Beneath The Pines. The song is called “Shimmer” and you can take a listen to it below.

The group last released a split with No Marks in 2016. Beneath The Pines is scheduled for release later this year.

Stream new installment of All In Vinyl Split Series (The Creeps, The Kimberly Steaks, Dead Bars, The No Marks)

UK label All In Vinyl is streaming the next installment in Volume 4 of their split series, which will eventually encompass six 7″ records featuring two bands each. The first installment included Stay Clean Jolene, Does It Float, Future Virgins, and Good Grief while this new installment includes Dead BarsThe Kimberly SteaksThe Creeps, and The No Marks. Stream the entire second installment below.

The last 2 splits (the 3rd installment) have yet to be announced but we’ll keep you posted.

Stream two split 7-inches from “All In Vinyl Split Series Vol .4”

UK label All In Vinyl will be releasing Volume 4 of their split series.  Volume 4 consists of six 7″ records which will each feature two bands, including Stay Clean Jolene, Does It Float, Future Virgins, Good Grief, Dead Bars, The Kimberly Steaks, The Creeps, The No Marks, and four other bands that will be announced soon.

Currently, the first two 7-inches featuring Stay Clean Jolene, Does It Float, Future Virgins, and Good Grief are being streamed, and you can give them a listen here.

Video: The Creeps perform “Everything Makes Sense” at Fest 14

Ottawa-based punk band The Creeps performed their song “Everything Makes Sense” at Fest 14 in Gainesville.

You can watch their performance below.

The Creeps’ last release was their 2014 album “Eulogies,” which was released through It’s Alive Records.

Black Tower (Crusades, The Creeps) to release debut album on No Idea and Unspeakable Axe records

Ottawa punk/metal outfit Black Tower (featuring  members of Crusades, The Visitors, and The Creeps) have just announced that their debut album The Secret Fire will be released as a joint effort between No Idea Records and Unspeakable Axe Records.  Unspeakable Axe will be handling the CD version of the album, while No Idea will be taking care of the vinyl release.  The band is aiming to have the album released sometime before the summer solstice, so look out for it in June.

We’ll be sure to keep you updated as new details come to light.  If you haven’t given the band a listen yet, you can check out a demo they released a few years back here.

Black Tower (Crusades, The Creeps) announce debut LP “The Secret Fire”

Ottawa punk/metal outfit Black Tower has just been formed from members of Crusades, The Visitors, and The Creeps. They have recently announced that they are wrapping up their work on their debut LP, The Secret Fire. While that is all the information we have on the group and their ongoing work with the LP, we will keep you updated as more details come to light.

Full Album Stream: The Creeps – “Eulogies”

Ottawa-based punk band The Creeps are streaming their upcoming album Eulogies in full. Check it out here.

The album — their first full-length release in seven years — will drop July 15 via It’s Alive Records. The band last released the EP “Our Time” in 2013.

The Creeps announce “Eulogies,” first full-length in seven years

Ottawa-based punk band The Creeps have announced details for their first full-length in roughly seven years. It’s called “Eulogies,” and it’s due out on “pretty soon” on It’s Alive Records.

Limited vinyl copies will be available at the band’s upcoming Pouzza Fest gig. Further information will be available shortly. To get you pumped for the release, The Creeps are streaming the album’s lead single, “Everything Makes Sense,” right here. Check it out.

The Creeps’ last release was their 2013 EP “Our Time.”

The Creeps (pop-punk) offer free download of new EP “Our Time”

Seemingly out of nowhere Ottowa pop-punk act The Creeps have released a brand new EP titled “Our Time” and as if that wasn’t groovy enough, they’re also offering it up for free download.  You can stream/download it right here.

The EP was apparently recorded last Summer.  Here’s what the band had to say about it:

Shortly after recording the ‘These Walls’ 7”, we started writing what at the time I envisioned would be the second of a three part series of records, begun by ‘These Walls’. The goal with these records was to tell a story that is a bit of a departure from our typical fare. I honestly have no idea if we’ll ever complete the trilogy as I’ve sort of lost the thread along the way, but after sitting on this batch of songs for a while, we are releasing part two. It’s called ‘Our Time’.

Much like for ‘These Walls’, we decided to record the songs ourselves and did so over a single weekend last summer. Our friend and co-conspirator Dave Williams ( handled the mastering, while our pal Mike Haddad ( took care of the cover art.

Sometime later this year we’ll have been a band for 14 years, which seems kind of crazy. Crazy that we’re still friends. Crazy that we still love making music together. But we are and we do, so here we are. Part of still wanting to do this thing is that there are people out there who actually care that we do, so instead of releasing this new record traditionally we’ve decided to give it away. Consider it an early birthday present from us. There’s an option on the Bandcamp page to pay what you want, so if you’re the type who enjoys supporting bands directly, feel free. But, honestly, we don’t care. Thanks for listening after all these years.

New Song: “Cold Feet” off upcoming The Creeps 7-inch “Follow You Home”

You can stream a brand new song from The Creeps over on the It’s Alive Records MySpace page.  The song is titled Cold Feet and it will appear on the band’s upcoming 7″ Follow You Home being released on It’s Alive July 14th.  Here’s what the label has to say about the release:

he Creeps have been doing their thing for the better part of a decade now. They get better and better with each release. They’ve been ruling these past couple of years. Follow You Home is The Creeps’ sound perfected! Incredible lead and backing vocals, bright and shiny guitar leads over driving rhythms, thick clean bass lines over precision drum beats… it’s all there. It’s hard to imagine them getting any better than this, but then again it has been and upward trend ever since their beginning. We’re super excited to finally have a record out with these creeps!

You can listen to an additional 2 songs from the 7″ on the band’s MySpace page.  I must admit that until today I hadn’t given these guys a listen but I’m really digging the songs I’m hearing.  Check them out if you aren’t familiar with them.