KREEP, the brainchild of vocalist Brett Pirozzi, a former member of Long Island, N.Y. techno metal pioneers BILE, have been busy filming new footage for a re-edited version of the video "Carpetride". The new footage, which is being filmed on location by the band's guitarist Kevin Delaney (OUT'VE THE BOX, SUGAR LOVE HONEY, GRAYSON MANOR), will include scenes shot in Long Island, Queens and Brooklyn. Shooting will continue over the next few weeks in Manhattan. The video is based on the guitarist's near-death experience which occurred in Hollywood, CA back in March of 2001. You can read more about the "Carpetride" video shoot in Kevin Delaney's weblog here.The re-edited "Carpetride" video will be available on the forthcoming KREEP DVD, "Kreep...The Medication isn't Working", due out later this year. KREEP toured the U.S. twice with SKID ROW over the last year promoting their debut CD, "Spooky Chick", which is available through Manic Records. The band's latest video, "Go", can be viewed at www.kreeponline.com.
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