On the wave of their first U.S.
have been voted favorite up and coming band in the 2003
year in review issue of Metal Edge magazine.
Inimitable showmanship and a fundamental metal approach make
checking out vocalist Brett Pirozzi and his band a sure bet,
says Metal Edge
scribe Roger Lotring of Manic Recording Artists Kreep
upon the release of their debut CD, Spooky
This past fall, while touring
North America in support of famed 80s metal band, Skid
pummeled audiences into submission night after night with an
explosive 30-minute Heavy Metal onslaught built upon one
simple strategy: hammer out one killer tune after another and leave
the unsuspecting masses begging for more. From Bangor, Maine to
Minneapolis, Minnesota, each nightly performance was topped off with
recurring chants of Kreep, Kreep, Kreep, from people who
had never even seen the Los Angeles based quartet before.
Songs like Go, What, and The Way That I
Am quickly became fan favorites.
is the brainchild of vocalist Brett Pirozzi, a former member of Long
Island, N.Y. Techno
Metal pioneers Bile.
In an effort to bridge the gap between the industrial evil that
characterized his former outfit with something a bit more musically
viable, Pirozzi enlisted the formidable production and songwriting
skills of guitarist and childhood friend Kevin Delaney (Out've
The Box, Sugar
Love Honey) whom would produce
the first Manic Records release Spooky
Chick as well
as the bands recently issued EP Carpetride.
An accomplished performer in his own right, Delaney's diverse body of work is characterized by indelible song
craftsmanship, a quality evident throughout the entirety of Spooky