From the debut single on Output Recordings to the limited edition 7" on Alpha-Ville in Japan - Kreeps has consistently proved never to be a one trick pony and nothing underlines this better than the debut album Belly Full Of Razor Blades. From doom surf to horror punk, tripped out blues, psychedelic punk funk and creepy anti-folk lullabies - Kreeps continue refusing to be pigeonholed on this bizarre and dark journey into a B-Movie nightmare.
"Kreeps are the best of the 'dressed in black' bunch - this is one band which will influence your innocent cousin into becoming a 'child of the devil" - Dazed and Confused
"This doomed surf pop is the best soundtrack to a Pulp Fiction that was never made or David Lynch's next surreal feature. Goths, burn your "I'll only wear black until they invent a darker colour" tees. This band are blacker than black." - Loud and Quiet
"Nobody really knows where they come from, but apparently Faris Rotter discovered them and thinks they're one of the best bands in the world. -NME
"The title Everyone I Went To School With Is Dead reminds me of that jolly sing-along Billy Jones Is Dead by MJ Hibbett which explores a similar theme. Although in Hibbett's case he is singing about the results of random life events, whereas Kreeps probably killed their classmates in a foul game of ever more ingenious and twisted design. Buy Kreeps records and then buy them for your black hearted boyfriend so that they can tour the world. Everyone should see this spectacle." - Thisisull