Tag: Creak

NEWS: Creak. A Rabbit caught in the headlights again?!

Having previously streamed the track in advance of their album “Depth Perception“, the volatile mix of Nu-Metal, Hardcore and Metalcore that is Creak have allowed label Prosthetic Records to share a music video directed by Murry Deaves for “Hare In The Woods“. It goes off like popping candy as the band recover from the shock

NEWS: Creak. A Rabbit caught in the headlights?

…with just seven days and seven deadly sins to go before the arrival of “Depth Perception” from Creak, the bands label Prosthetic Records have let another rabbit out of the hat. They’re streaming “Hare In The Woods” cut from the record, which was recorded live in order to capture the chaotic frenetic energy of their

Bootleg: Creak at Anarchy Brew Co!

Those Underground Metal scene legends that are Greg Hall, Kathryn McBride and David Tan have been working their magic once more and shared a pro-shot full set from the almighty Nu-Metalcore aggressors Creak at Anarchy Brew Co in Newcastle on 22nd April. June saw them drop a new single in “Restless Dreams“, their second of

NEWS: Creak sign with Prosthetic Records for “Depth Perception”!

Continuing their exponential growth and perpetual forward motion, Newcastle natives and connoisseur of volatile Hardcore infused Nu-Metal Creak have signed on the dotted line with Prosthetic Records. The label will distribute “Depth Perception” on 18th August, an album produced, mixed and mastered by former Loathe guitarist Connor Sweeney (Pulse, fromjoy), with “Restless Dreams” the first

Live Review: Tech-Fest: Day #2: Friday!

Ignore talk about Friday being the first day proper of Tech-Fest because there were capacity crowds for Deathcore brutes Bound In Fear and Progressive Metal masters Exist Immortal last night. This morning starts of painfully early because having been a freezing cold night in Newark, come the morning it’s roasting hot in the tent. Still, a

Bootleg: Creak at Zanzibar in Liverpool!

When a last minute replacement was needed for this year’s incarnation of Tech-Fest, who should step up but Northeast  Grove orientated Nu-Metalcore act Creak. If you’re heading to the event and unfamiliar with their talents then this perfectly timed release of a pro-shot full set courtesy of David Tan is all that you need to know.

NEWS: Pulse open Layne Staley’s jar…

Just a day after their first home town show saw them share a stage with with In Fear and Creak at Subside in Birmingham, Midlands Nu-Metalcore quartet Pulse have returned with “Flies“, their second single of 2022. Both follow debut EP “ourpulseisyours” which was released in deluxe 8 track edition in November with a trio