Album Review from Gravedigger’s Local 16

Fright Night Creep Out got a great review. “One listen and I’m sure you’ll love it as much as I do.” – Gravedigger’s Local 16

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Review of March 24 Show at Sky Bar

Photo by Bob Lee

“The naysayers proclaiming that rock ’n’ roll is dead can sod off. It was alive and kickin’ on a chill spring night at Sky Bar.” – Tucson Weekly. 

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Thanks Wild Wild West Con

Thanks to Wild Wild West Con and al lts attendees for showing us how much fun complete immersion in Steampunk Culture can be.

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Twin Peaks Fire Walk with Me

We had a blast performing as The Roadhouse Band from Twin Peaks Fire Walk with Me. Glad to live in a town where the strange is considered ordinary and everyone can be themselves and celebrate a cinematic Cult Classic film.

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Famous in Finland?

We are honored to have our performance at this year’s Tiki Oasis described by Finnish Magazine, Syvli, as one of the most interesting of the entire festival. 

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Bisbee Twilight Zone New Years Eve Black & White Ball


As usual, we ring in the New Year in our very favorite and “America’s Favorite” small town, Bisbee, Arizona. This year we share the bill with Lenguas Largas, and Shovel, excellent touring and festival bands.

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New Video!!! Not as Wicked as You

Created by H. Barragan, Jr. at Red Bennie Digital. Features James Arr, Miss Frankie Stein, George Palenzuela, Greivsley RavenHearse, and crew. Filmed on location at Trail Dust Town in Tucson, Arizona in September 2016. Not as Wicked as You is from The Mission Creeps album, Fright Night Creep Out on Refractory Records.

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Confirmed for San Diego Music Thing

The Mission Creeps are confirmed for San Diego Music Thing Festival and Conference 

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The Mission Creeps, Fright Night Creep Out Now streaming on Spotify

Check out our new album on Spotify and make sure to hit ‘follow’.

The Mission Creeps on the Cover of the Tucson Weekly

The Mission Creeps Onward The Old Pueblo’s spookiest combo celebrates a decade of musical depravity with Fright Night Creep Out. Theirs is a nightmarish playground of zombies and monsters, of skeletons and witchcraft. Songs jump listeners like haunted-house spooks.

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