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Firing on all eight, Creepin Cadavers came rippin up a storm the summer of 2007. Creeping out of the depths of Western MA, Scott Cadaver, Handsome Al Cadaver, and Jeff Desperado decided to make music that wasnt typical and boring. Having backrounds in the Punk and Psychobilly scene, they set out to make a sound that is both melodic, and intense.

Three Months after forming, and 5 shows played, the Creeps decided to hit the studio with long time friend Chris Daniele. At"The ATTIC STUDIOS" , "Welcome to Arkham" was recorded over a weekend in September. From start to finish it is an adrenaline rush of loud guitar, in your face drumming, Ear Tearing double bass slapping. Produced by Al Liptak and Jason Romani (Kirby Productions) and released on Ghost dog records in the fall of 2007, it was released with great reviews. Many do not believe that they were a band for three months when they recorded it…

Creepin’ Cadavers scour all over the east coast, playing shows non stop all over New England. Playing along side acts such as Sasquatch and the Sickabillys, The Phantom Rockers, Al and the Black Cats, Zombie Ghost Train, and The Koffin Kats. Creepin’ Cadavers fan base is ever growing and their CD’s are flying off the internet and local record shelves all over New England. Creepin Cadavers just finished playing a spring 08 eastern coast tour playing shows up and down the east coast. Plans to hit the road again soon are in the works…

This Spring, Creepin Cadavers will be releasing their first full length ,filled with songs about getting even,Westerns, suicide, betrayal, and the afterlife. Feel like having the creeps play your show? Well, send us a message on myspace, or email scott at CreepinManagement@gmail.com

Oh yea, one more thing…. WELCOME TO ARKHAM

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