The Creepshow debuts bone rattlin’ new song ‘Take It Away’

By on October 5, 2013


Toronto based punk rock ‘n’ roll band The Creepshow has premiered a new song titled “Take It Away” today at  The track is featured on their forthcoming album, Life After Death, which is scheduled for release on October 22nd via Sailor’s Grave Records (U.S.), Stomp Records (Canada) and People Like You Records (Europe).  Fans can pre-order the album now from Sailor’s Grave Records:


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The Creepshow’s fiery new boot stompin’ anthem is a catchy yet fierce middle finger to all the double crossing charlatans in the world.   Filled with angst and attitude, the band’s newly appointed singer Kenda leads the charge with backing from Sean “Sickboy” McNab’s mean thumping bass, The Reverend McGinty’s rollicking keys, Daniel Flamm’s  jangly guitar riffs and Sandro Sanchioni’s galloping drums.


“As a band, we’ve always loved playing music and touring all over the world,” says McNab.  “Getting to meet fans and making new friends is really important to us.  We’ve had some tough times in the past, but NO ONE is going to take away what we’ve built with this band.  I think the lyrics really speak for themselves in this song.”


“Take It Away” follows The Creepshow’s recent video for “Sinners & Saints,” also featured on Life After Death.  The new record features 11 tracks that defy genres, blending country, pyschobilly, punk rock and rock ‘n’ roll for a horror-soaked good time.


Follow The Creepshow now on Facebook for an upcoming tour announcement and updates regarding Life After Death.


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Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.