The Creepshow Life After Death – Album Review
Toronto’s masters of pyscho-punk, The Creepshow, have officially released their fourth studio album, Life After Death, via Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada) and People Like You Records (Europe).
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Formed in the dirty back alleys and dive bars of Toronto, Ontario in 2005, The Creepshow has redefined the saying “No Rest For The Wicked.” Since their inception, the band has brought their genre-defying blend of country-tinged, psycho punk rock n’ roll to over 25 countries worldwide with plans to conquer many more as soon as possible. Fronted by the vivacious Kenda (guitar/vox) and backed by the swarthy Sean “Sick Boy” McNab (stand-up bass/vox), The Reverend McGinty (sermons/organ/vox) and the righteous Sandro (skins), The Creepshow is an explosion of live energy that is a tasty treat for the ears and eyes alike.
Life After Death is the fourth full-length from Canada’s reigning heavyweight champions of macabre, horror-soaked radical punk psycho rock ‘n’ roll. Self-produced with the engineering magic of longtime friend Steve Rizun at Drive Studios (The Flatliners, Dillinger Four, Ill Scarlett, Protest The Hero etc), Life After Death is a sonic ear-gasm of debauched delights. Eleven venom-drenched bangers run the gamut of themes ranging from bloody revenge to unconventional love to the joys of cocktails to defiance in the face of insurmountable adversity and back again. This is the redefined, renewed, resurrected Creepshow at their very finest.