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THE DAHMERS – ‘Creepiest Creep’ EP Review

THE DAHMERS – Creepiest Creep

The DahmersOn April 27th 2018, Lövely Records will release Creepiest Creep by horror punks The Dahmers. The band confess influences like garage punk, classic rock, and 60’s pop.

The Dahmers released their debut album Demon on Farsot Records in 2014. The album quickly sold out and got an international release through Lövely Records in 2015.

This EP opens with the title track, Creepiest Creep and after a telephone ring is answered with some heavy breathing, the band launch into what can only be described as a catchy, glam-rocker akin to 1970’s bands like The Sweet. It’s great fun musically and dark lyrically and that is a fine package.

The 85 seconds of Reoccuring Dreams is faster, heavier but continues to deliver the melody and hooks and then Without A Face returns to that glam-rock ambience with a super hooky vocal over some punky guitars.

The fourth and closing song is Kiss Of Dario where the band drive home the package with yet another harmonious horror punk track. The harmonious vocals are supplemented with backing vocals and the whole package has a hint of the New York Dolls meeting the Cramps…great music and great fun throughout.


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