Creepdust were surprisingly awesome when I saw them open up for Monotonix back in July-- some real old-school late-70's/early-80's punk rock, in fact they kept making me think of a bunch of West Coast bands from that era, like The Flesh Eaters and the Germs and Crime and the Avengers and so forth. Creepdust are the genuine article, too; they've got Malcolm Tent on bass, who's about as old school as it gets, a real no-bullshit frontman (Tony), and a well-tuned sense of punk rock showmanship, all of which makes them a great band to watch.
They hadn't recorded anything yet back when I first saw them, but they've since opened up a MySpace page a couple of months ago (www.myspace.com/creepdust) and put up a bunch of cool songs-- like "Dark Entry", which has some rockin' guitar parts and then a spaced-out middle section that reminds me a bit of Burnversion (dunno if anyone's ever heard of them)... then there's "New Shade of Black", which is probably the one I like the most.
I need to make a point to see these guys again; they had a show last night in Danbury, but I blew it off, thinking I'd go see Oiltanker at Whitney House instead. Of course, I ended up staying home and not doing much of anything, which figures.
"New Shade of Black"
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