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The Creepshow release music video for new song “Sticks & Stones”

Canadian psychobilly band The Creepshow have released a music video for track off their upcoming album Death At My Door.

Check out the video for “Sticks & Stones” below.

Death At My Door is set to release on September 15th through Stomp Records and Concrete Jungle Records. It will follow 2015’s Life After Death.



The Creepshow announce new album, North American tour with Sammy Kay

Toronto psychobilly band The Creepshow have announced they will be releasing a new album titled Death At My Door on September 15th through Stomp Records and Concrete Jungle Records. They will be supporting the release by touring North America with Sammy Kay.

Check out the tracklist and tour dates below.

The Creepshow’s latest LP Life After Death was released in 2015 through Stomp Records, Sailor’s Grave Records, and People Like You Records.



The Creepshow announce Canada tour with Brutal Youth

Toronto psychobilly band The Creepshow will be bringing Newfoundland punks Brutal Youth in a tour across Canada over the next few weeks. Details on tour dates and locations can be found below.

The Creepshow’s latest album “Life After Death” was released last October through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe), and Brutal Youth’s latest album “Sanguine” was released on September 23rd through Stomp Records.

Montreal punk band BOIDS and Alberta based psychobilly act Raygun Cowboys will join as supports for a single show each.



The Creepshow announce European tour dates

Toronto psychobilly veterans The Creepshow will be spending their fall touring Europe. Details on when and where you’ll be able to catch them can be found below.

The Creepshow’s latest album Life After Death was released last October through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe).



The Creepshow embark on US summer tour

Toronto psychobilly band The Creepshow will be making their way around the states for the next few weeks. Details on when and where they’ll be playing can be found below.

The Creepshow’s latest album Life After Death was released last October through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe).



The Creepshow announce European tour dates

Toronto psychobilly band The Creepshow will be heading out on a month-long European tour next week and you can find details on when and where they’ll be playing below.

The Creepshow’s album Life After Death was released last October through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe). It’s the band’s first album featuring new singer Kenda “Twisted” Legaspi.



The Creepshow announce US/Canada tour dates

Toronto psychobilly band The Creepshow recently wrapped a few weeks of US tour dates, and they are headed right back out on the road next month.

Their latest jaunt will kick off March 26th in Buffalo and finish in Montreal on April 26th, but not before circling most of the US and Canada in the process. Check out details here. A UK/EU tour is set to follow…stay tuned!

The Creepshow’s album “Life After Death” was released last October via Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe) and is the first album featuring new singer Kenda “Twisted” Legaspi.



The Creepshow announces East Coast US tour dates

Toronto psychobilly band, The Creepshow, have announced a run of East Coast US tour dates kicking off on January 14th in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Check out all the dates and locations below.  And don’t worry, West Coaster’s, the band will be heading our way in March/April.  We’ll let you know when the band posts those dates.

The band released “Life After Death” on October 22, 2013 through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe) and is the first album featuring new singer Kenda “Twisted” Legaspi.



Cover Art Battle (October 22nd): Koffin Kats, The Creepshow, Pentimento & more

In this week’s Cover Art Battle, we have brand new releases from Koffin Kats, The Creepshow, AFI, Motörhead, Signals Midwest, Pentimento, The Ratchets, Old Lines, and Sainthood Reps.

Check out all of the artwork for these releases and cast your votes in the poll below!

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Album Review: The Creepshow – “Life After Death”

Can we all throw a hi-five up at the ceiling for Canadian Psychobilly for a moment? For a genre that began (perhaps should have stayed) and primarily operates in the U.K., Canada’s got a half dozen really high quality acts within its borders: Montreal’s The Brains, Edmonton’s Raygun Cowboys, Victoria’s Switchblade Valentine and Vancouver’s legendary Dead Cats are all Psychobilly rockabilly’s of the highest order. But the genre’s best Canadian torch bearers are undoubtedly Toronto’s The Creepshow.

Strutting since 2005, The Creepshow is unfortunately most famous today for being the former band of Walk Off The Earth’s Sarah Blackwood. She left the band a couple years ago when her new band’s viral video turned into a real life career on the pop charts and she found herself with little time left for her former punk rock tribe. But fear not! For what better way to replace a highly talented lead singer, than to replace her with another highly talented lead singer. And one who, conveniently, sounds exactly like the last one.

Yes, new singer Kenda Legaspi, the band’s third in its lifetime, is not only gorgeous and talented, she’s a dead vocal ringer for Sarah Blackwood. That makes the transition for the fans pretty easy to swallow.

‘Life After Death,’ out this week on Stomp Records, is the band’s first album since 2010’s ‘They All Fall Down’ has the same sound as all of their previous albums, if you were worried the singer change would affect the flavor in any way. The only slight songwriting change comes in the way of the songs ‘Born To Lose’ and ‘Last Call’ which have a more punk n’ roll/rockabilly sound than anything they’ve done before. ‘Last Call’ in particular helping to fill the punk rock R&B void left by the tragic passing of The Kings of Nuthin’s Torr Skoog. Which, as it turns out, was a good call as, as far as I’m concerned, they’re the best songs on the record.

The sound on ‘Life After Death’ is certainly their most polished to date. Things are tighter in regards to the band as a whole, which does differentiate it somewhat from the comparatively grittier feel of their previous records, but isn’t necessarily a criticism, unless you go for that lower budget sound. Besides, at the end of the day, you could still realistically take any one of these songs and throw them on any of their older records and not think twice about the placement.

Lyrically the album is also in perfect correlation with the rest of Creepshow’s discography. The horror punk content and themes that much of Psychobilly has embraced throughout its lifetime are here in full force: vengeance, sin, highways to hell, hanging with the devil and forms of abandonment peppers the album for a fairly depressing experience. Luckily the supremely catchy aesthetic and appeal of the music itself offsets this and you’ll find yourself skipping to work with the refrain ‘we’ll see you in hell’ ringing in your ears regardless.

‘Life After Death’ is a fantastic record, one of the band’s best releases thus far. It should completely dispel any questions about whether the absence of Blackwood would affect the quality or stamina of Canada’s best Psychobilly’s, like a nail in the lid of a coffin.

4.5/5 Stars



The Creepshow streaming new song “Born To Lose” off upcoming album “Life After Death”

Toronto psychobilly band, The Creepshow, are streaming a new song called “Born To Lose.”

You can check it out here.

“Life After Death” is due out on October 22,2013 through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records(Europe) and is the first album featuring new singer Kenda “Twisted” Legaspi.  Legaspi was brought in to replace former vocalist, Sarah “Sin” Blackwood. Blackwood, had been brought in to replace her sister, Jen “Hellcat” Blackwood.



The Creepshow releases “The Devil’s Son” video

Toronto psychobilly band, The Creepshow, have released a video for their song “The Devil’s Son”. The song will appear on their upcoming album, Life After Death, due out on October 22nd on Sailor’s Grave Records, Stomp Records, and People Like You Records, in the U.S., Canada and Europe, respectively.

You can watch the video here.



The Creepshow stream preview of upcoming album “Life After Death”

Toronto psychobilly outfit The Creepshow are streaming a teaser of their upcoming album “Life After Death” featuring clips from all the songs on the album.  You can check it out below.

The album is due out on October 22,2013 through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records(Europe) and is the first album featuring new singer Kenda “Twisted” Legaspi.  Legaspi was brought in to replace former vocalist, Sarah “Sin” Blackwood. Blackwood, had been brought in to replace her sister, Jen “Hellcat” Blackwood. Whoa.



New Song: The Creepshow – “Take It Away” off upcoming album “Life After Death”

Toronto psychobilly outfit The Creepshow have posted a new song called “Take It Away” off their upcoming album “Life After Death.”

You can give it a listen here.

The album is due out on October 22,2013 through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe).

 

 



The Creepshow detail upcoming album “Life After Death”; embark on Canadian tour

Toronto psychobilly outfit The Creepshow have revealed the cover art and tracklisting for their upcoming album “Life After Death,” which is being released on October 22nd through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe).

The album’s tracklisting, along with details on the band’s Canadian tour that kicks off tonight in Edmonton, can be seen below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details surrounding “Life After Death” surface. The Creepshow last released a 7-inch entitled “Sinners and Saints” on July 16th via Sailor’s Grave.