Creepoid announce RSD 12" + Impose shares first single
Creepoid to release Record Store Day 12" Wet April 19 via Graveface Records
Share first single "Wet Bread" with Impose. "They are stale, static ghosts reliving their final hours on record, and yet it continues to achieve refreshing catharsis." - Impose Creepoid formed during a snow storm in December of 2009, born from boredom and cabin fever. The band consists of Sean Miller (guitar) Pete Urban IV (guitar) Anna Troxell (bass) and Patrick Troxell (drums). Their first 7”, Yellow Life Giver, was self-released in April of 2010, followed by their debut full-length Horse Heaven in January of 2011 (Ian Records).
After almost instantly selling out of the first pressing, No Idea Records re-released Horse Heavenin March of 2012. Their S/T sophomore LP CREEPOID, produced by Kyle “Slick” Johnson (WAVVES, Modest Mouse, The So So Glos), was released on March 4, 2014; again with No Idea Records.
They have shared the stage with Kurt Vile, Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Best Coast, And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead…, Obits, Twin Shadow, Warpaint, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Night Beats, Bardo Pond, Psychic Ills, Wooden Shjips, R Stevie Moore, Black Lips, The Love Language, Purling Hiss, Telekinesis, Cloud Nothings, Jacuzzi Boys, Kid Congo, Asteroid #4, and more.
The newest EP Wet is their debut on Graveface Records, to be released on Record Store Day - April 19th, 2014. A one sided 12”, it features 4 new songs and a B side etching. Spring Tour Dates:
March 22 · Savannah, GA – The Dollhouse (Graveface Fest II) March 28 · New York, NY – St. Vitus March 29 · Cambridge, MA – Lilypad Inman April 4 · Wilkes Barre, PA – Otherside April 5 · Syracuse, NY – Gorham Brothers Music April 30 · New York, NY – Cakeshop May 17 · Montreal, QC – Pouzza Fest May 18 · New York, NY – Death By Audio
"Not quite of the sludgy stoner breed but also not a far cry, 'Wet Bread' discovers a silver lining of pace in its dregs of downer rock." - Impose
"Bending guitar leads are reminiscent of Slowdive, brooding tempos hat-tip the recently reunited Failure, and Billy Corgan-influenced nasal croons are practically a staple..." - SPIN
"dreamy and morose" - Noisey
"Creepoid has a sad, dark sound that would definitely make your third eye cry. Think Beck and Lou Reed drinking beer at the Modern Lovers practice space listening to Mazzy Star on acid." - Philly Weekly
"Philadelphia-based band Creepoid corral elements of folk and fuzz-laden rock to create delightfully drowsy, laid-back tunes." - Consequence of Sound