Timber Timbre - Creep On Creepin' On (2011)




A beautiful follow-up to their self-titled, this record is heavy on providing it's title's promise - creep factor.

A lone and unusual male voice croons over especially sparse arrangements, mixed and mastered in such a way that it sounds unlike anything else I've listened to as of late. Couple this with unidentifiable sound effects - creaks, drones, thumps - and you've got the makings of seriously eerie ambiance. Tracks like the opening 'Bad Ritual' retain enough catch to get in your head, where others as 'Obelisk' depart from songwriting entirely and sound like old horror soundtracks, there only to enhance the scary atmosphere of the work. Eerie, spooky, chilling, scary, awesome.

I've listened and listened, you should too. It's a great lead up to all hallows eve.

6 Responses so far.

  1. Polytron says:

    By my count this is Timber Timbre's fourth album at least.

  2. ward says:

    Damn I love this album. Been listening to this all summer.

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  4. Thanks for this album, I'm enjoying it.

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