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New Video: GraveFest 2012 - Creepoid

Below is the recent video recording of Creepoid’s set at GraveFest on October 27, 2012 in Savannah, GA with Black Moth Super Rainbow. This performance occurred the day after they played at The Fest in Gainesville, FL.


Take Comfort in Creepoid’s Eerie Calm at The Barbary July 29

A dark undercurrent pulls in Creepoid’s music. As electric guitars whine along the exterior issuing a warning cry, Sean Miller’s menacing vocals lay their groundwork placing the listener in a troubled reality. However, these somewhat dreary circumstances also provide comfort, hitting home, in the earnest plucked straight from the gut approach, which they exude. The guitars thrust forward in a jaded screaming manner as the drums continuously crash. When Miller and Anna Troxell’s vocals combine the resulting force is an eerie calm. Creepoid, who recently re-released their first LP Horse Heaven on No Idea Records that also included their debut EP Yellow Life Giver, shifts the lens digging at the dungeon-like core emerging with songs that much like their guitars deeply resonate with brutal honesty. The Barbary, 951 Frankford Ave, 7:30pm, $12, All Ages - Michael Colavita


Check It: Record Store Day in Philadelphia Apr. 21

I don't have to tell you that you should go to every record store you can today to check out local and visiting bands in support of Record Store Day. I also don't have to tell you that a day like this is important, especially since the number of record stores have been diminishing since the advent of mp3 and digital services. It's a day that honors those joints that helped us increase our vinyl/CD/tape collections, exposed us to obscure artists, and acted as a home-away-from-home for many of us latchkey kids. It's a day of remembering that buying and enjoying music is so much more than downloading the latest single from the latest buzz act--it's about a community, a movement, a connection. So go get yourself connected. 


Record Store Day Performances:

AKA Music: The Spinto Band (3pm)

Main Street Music: Shark Tape, Cheers Elephant, Megan Reilly, John Wesley Harding, Anthony D’Amato, Jesse Malin and The Spinto Band (Set Times TBA - store opens at 10am)

Siren Records: Creepoid and Cheers Elephant (around 3pm)

Hideaway Music: The Lux (1pm) and Scot Sax (2pm)

The Marvelous!: The Robert (around or after 5 pm)

Borderline Records: Watery Love and Willie Lane (9pm)


New Music Video: “Golden String” - Creepoid

Check out the new music video for Creepoid’s track “Golden String,” which will appear on their Record Store Day split with No Idea labelmates Shores. They’ll be doing an in-store performance tomorrow at Siren Records as well as a set later that evening at Road To Ruin Fest II. The video was directed by David Kain and edited by Joshua Pannepacker from BITBY.  


New Track: “Golden String” - Creepoid

Creepoid premiered a new song today called “Golden String” via CMJ. The track is off their 7” split with No Idea labelmates Shores for Record Store Day (April 21). You can check it out below. Creepoid will also be performing at Siren Records in Doylestown, PA for Record Store Day. (Photo by David Turcotte)


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