With an addicting combination of punk, horror, pop influences, rock ‘n’ roll among some others, The Dahmers create a sound that is hard to not want to listen to or stop listening to. Through Creepiest Creep, The Dahmers offer four brand new tracks that are incredibly memorable and as mentioned before, addicting. This fast four track offering goes by in the blink of an eye, but even through just one listen you will have each track mulling around in your brain for quite some time leading you to say, “just one more spin” that will eventually turn in to many. From the very first track on you are greeted with a fast paced amalgamation of genres that get your head nodding immediately.
The Dahmers do a great job of sucking you in to their vibrant world of wonders and horrors never to let you escape until you have burnt through the disc plenty of times. From the very first note you become trapped in their own world of darkness and horror from which you don’t really feel too inclined to escape from. With as dark and devilish as each track is, they are just as catchy and memorable as they leave a big imprint on your mind once you are done listening.
Each of the four tracks that appear on this offering are very well done and very well performed gifting you with an incredibly entertaining listen overall. There isn’t a track on this release that gets old or overstays its welcome as each of the four is unique in its own way. Creepiest Creep pulls you in taking you on a wild horror filled sonic punk adventure that captivates you grabbing your attention never to let it waver or wander. Creepiest Creep is one of those releases that you want to sit and listen to over and over again, and never does it get monotonous or boring as it remains just as entertaining through many listens as it did through the first.
Overall, Creepiest Creep is a very solid offering from these horror punk masters. This short but sweet offering entertains, makes your head nod and gets each track trapped in your mind for days to come.
Creepiest Creep will be released through Lövely Records April 27, 2018
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