TWO HIT CREEPER Line Up First Gig Of 2002

February 12, 2002

Los Angeles-based TWO HIT CREEPER will perform their first show of 2002 at The Gypsy Lounge in L.A. on Saturday, March 16th with CHEVA. As previously reported, TWO HIT CREEPER recently collaborated with SOULFLY/MEDICATION drummer Roy Mayorga on a three-song demo with a view towards possibly working together on the band's forthcoming debut album, a deal for which has not yet been secured. ORGY frontman Jay Gordon was due to co-produce TWO HIT CREEPER's debut CD for his Division One imprint, but due to his ongoing activities related to the third full-length ORGY CD, he has not been able to secure distribution for the label, thereby allowing the band to seek out other opportunities.

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