The Creep Void: Song Reviews

Posted: October 7, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

With local band The Creep Void, due to have an unleash a mammoth amount of shows across the north east over the next couple of months, it only made sense to give everyone a low down of the songs which this band had to offer,

Thanks to my fantastic right hand lady, Super Sarah, despite being unable to attend one of their past gigs, she handed me a CD of the band which they ingeniously handed out to crowds at a show.

On the CD, there were two songs which stuck out The Horror, and Inhale both unique in there in there own way.

The Horror is a pretty smooth song to chill out to. The beats are extremely catchy, and a fine example of raw grassroots talent in our area. Not wanting to put groups in a box, with the Horror, there is a somewhat grundge’y feeling about this song. I would probs ask you to imagine Nirvana, Audioslave, and a subdued Disturbed having a baby together – and well this is the result you would get with this song. Inhale has a completely different feeling to it. I don’t know why, but with Halloween approaching this would be one of the main songs I would add to a Halloween play list. Catchy lyrics, and slick vocals accompanied by some immense guitar and drum work, enable this song to leave you memorized. I am a huge AFI fan, and if you really concentrate, you can hear the similarities in the vocalist’s voice, with that of the earlier word by the legendary Davy Havok.

As an overview of the two songs, it would be fair to say that The Creep Void is a band who should appeal to all types of listeners. They have the right balance, as the music is neither too pop-punky nor too heavy. If you want to listen to music which is mature and well structured these two are definitely worth your time.

If you want to listen to some of the Creep Void, either catch them at a show during November or alternatively search The Creep Void on Facebook!

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